You can now pray at the Kyoto Museum of Traditional Arts

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There is now a new place you can pray in Kyoto, a tourist attraction representing Japan.
It is “the Kyoto Museum of Traditional Arts,” where you can see the traditional arts and crafts made in Kyoto for free. The building is located close to Heian Jingu shrine.
http://www.miyakomesse.jp/fureaika/index_eng.php

Although there is no room dedicated just for praying, you can use the following places to pray

Traditionally Japanese tatami space

You can use prayer mat of “Nishijin brocade” which is a traditional craft of Kyoto.

Meeting rooms when not in use

Please contact the Kyoto Museum of Traditional Arts office at the first floor underground when you want to use the room.(TEL075-762-2670)

You can also experience textile dyeing at “the Kyoto Museum of Traditional Arts.” Why not try it out when you are there for praying?

Please enjoy your trip to Tokyo without having to worry about praying.

Kyoto Museum of Traditional Arts

Tel
075-762-2670
OPEN
9:00~17:00
Address
B1F Miyakomesse, 9-1, Okazaki Seishoji-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, 606-8343, Japan
Website
http://www.miyakomesse.jp/fureaika/index_eng.php
Map
http://www.halalmedia.jp/prayer-space/kyoto-traditional-industry-foundation-kyoto-museum-of-traditional-crafts/

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