Toei Kyoto Studio Park

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Toei Kyoto Studio Park is a theme park and film set modeled after the Edo period located in Kyoto, Japan that opened its doors in 1975. It is situated in Toei Company's Kyoto Studio where movies have been produced. [Wikipedia]

Overview

Address

10 Uzumasa Higashihachiokachō, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto (Directions)

Phone Number

075-864-7716

Website

https://www.toei-eigamura.com/global/en/

Access

Train: From Kyoto Station take JR Sagano Line to Uzumasa Station or Hanazano Station and walk for another 13-15 minutes

City Bus: No.75 from JR Kyoto Station to Uzumasa Eigamura Mae and No.11 from Sanjo Keihan to Uzumasa Eigamuramichi

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