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Cool Sites : Secret Kyoto

Thursday, December 2, 2004 Posted: 03:22 PM JST

It is the time of year to plan little getaways around New Year's. Here a selection of sites with information about Kyoto. Both newcomers and oldtimers will find loads of helpful tidbits here.

GeoLink Kyoto
Shows an overhead Kyoto map with webpage links and ability to search for shops, restaurants, schools, and sightseeing areas. (ENG JPN)

Historic Architecture in Kyoto
Photographs, basic historical facts and visitor info on the notable historic buildings of Kyoto. (ENG)

Info Kyoto
Kyoto guides, general information, and city district specific information. (ENG)

Kyobunka
Kyobunka aims to preserve cultural assets, traditional events and arts in Kyoto. Features list of historic sites with photos. (ENG JPN)

Kyoto City Tourism and Culture
Information on getting around, sightseeing, famous areas, suggested tours, restaurants, and geography. (ENG)

Kyoto City Web
With guide to Kyoto, tourism and events information, internet magazine, webcams, news, and links. (ENG)

Kyoto Fun Guide
An English-language guide to restaurants, bars, shopping, events and sight-seeing in Kyoto. (ENG)

Kyoto Visitor's Guide
Monthly update guide to life in Kyoto, sightseeing, restaurants, accommodation, tourism, schools, and archived articles. (ENG)

Find more sites related to Japan at Japan Links.

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