Having bliss time in shop with history.
”BUNHAKU-TEN” is the Important Property inside of the Annex of the Museum of Kyoto. The room was vault of a former Kyoto Branch of the Bank of Japan and built in 1906 and has heavy light and door so you could see that the room as vault. Enjoying your bliss time in historical building.
About Annex of the Museum of Kyoto
The Annex of the Museum of Kyoto is the symbol of Sanjo-dori。In 1906, the building was built as Kyoto Branch of Bank of Japan by Kingo Katsuno who designed Tokyo station and Uheji Nagano who was a disciple of Katsno. It is designated the Important Property as representing Western-Style architecture of Meiji in 1969. The annex was built by thick bricks and there is heavy door in the entrance so you can see it was bank. There were officers’ desks and the echo of ring of phone and typing. The former office area is open to public as a hall to be used for concerts and lectures.
- Opening hours / Closed day
- 10:00-19:30(LO19:00) / Monday(For Monday holidays, the next day is closed) / No smoking in the cafe
- Phone number
- 1F Annex of the Museum of Kyoto. 623-1 Sanjo-Takakura, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
- 5 minutes walk from “KARASUMAOIKE STATION” on the subway, Karasuma-Line.