If you are in Kyoto now (October 15th – November 27th 2016) and interested in Japanese history, then go to Kyoto National Museum.
During this period, Kyoto National Museum will hold a special collection dedicated to Ryoma Sakamoto, who was one of the most important figures behind Japan’s modernization.
There are many valuable items including a letter written by him and his sword. You might be able to know why he has so many fans.
Kyoto National Museum opens at 9:00 and closes at 18:00 (at 20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays). The ticket is 1300 yen/adult, 1100 yen/college student, 800 yen/high school student and free/under middle school student.
Or if you rather want to read the guidebook on your Kindle e-book reader or application, then get our Kyoto e-Guidebook on Amazon instead.