N E W S
- The renovation of the exhibition hall has been completed and the museum will reopen on September 23.
A D M I S S I O N
|Hours of Operation||9:30 a.m. – 4:30p.m. (Entrance until 4:00 p.m.)|
|Closed||The museum will be closed on the following days.
(The Media Library is free)
|Junior High and High School Students||300JPY|
|Elementary School Students||200JPY|
A C C E S S
From JR or Kintetsu Kyoto Station: City Bus No.50
From Nijo JR or Subway Station: City Bus No.15 or 55
From Kitaoji Subway Station: City Bus No.204 or 205
From Keihan Sanjo Station: City Bus No.15 or 59
From Hankyu Karasuma Station: City Bus No.51 or 55
From Hankyu Saiin Station: City Bus No.205
From JR Enmachi Station: City Bus No.15, 204 or 205
5-minute walk from Ritsumeikan Daigaku-Mae bus stop (City Bus Nos.15, 50, 55 or 59)
10-minute walk from Waratenjin-mae bus stop(City Bus Nos.204 or 205)
＊Please refrain from coming by car.
C O N T A C T
56-1 Kitamachi, Toji-in, Kita-ku, Kyoto
F L O O R M A P
Peace Dialogue Agora
NAKANO Memorial Hall
Kyoto Annex to the Mugonkan
Kyoto Museum for World Peace Libray
M I S S I O N
The twentieth century saw two world wars, in which tens of millions of lives were lost. Nonetheless, conflicts have not stopped, and many lives are still in danger today.
Moreover, humanity is plagued by hunger, poverty, human rights violations and environmental disasters.
We need to eliminate not only the causes of conflict, but also all barriers to human development so that we can build a peaceful society in which human potential can blossom.
As a university, Ritsumeikan felt that it had a social responsibility to promote the development of a peaceful society, and therefore established the Kyoto Museum for World Peace to foster the understanding necessary to build a peaceful world.