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If you come by public transport

Please come while enjoying the scenery of the countryside seen from the train window.


We recommend going from “Kyoto Station” to “JR Hiyoshi Station” (about 44-52 minutes), then taking the Nantan Municipal Bus from “JR Hiyoshi Station” to “Kayabuki no Sato” (about 56 minutes). ).

Please see the timetable below for train transfers.


If you come by car or motorcycle

There are narrow roads and curves in some places near the village, so please be careful and come slowly.


Kayabuki no Sato Address:

Miyama-cho Kita, Nantan-shi, Kyoto, 601-0712, Japan


For vehicle parking, please use the parking lot in front of the village.

The parking lot usage cooperation fee will be used effectively for the preservation, repair, and landscaping of the historic buildings and townscape of “Kayabuki no Sato”.

The use of one car and one motorcycle will be a great help for the landscape preservation of the village.

We would be happy if we could protect the Important Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings of Japan together with everyone who visits us.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.


Parking lot usage cooperation fee:

Large bus/medium bus 2,000yen

Microbus 1,000yen

Passenger car 500yen

Motorcycle 200yen (There is a dedicated motorcycle parking lot 100 meters from the parking lot entrance.)


Parking lot opening hours:

April to November.  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

December to March. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Click here for reservations for large buses, medium-sized and microbuses



*There are no other parking spaces in the vicinity other than this parking lot. Please do not park in front of the village or in the neighborhood without permission.

*Vehicles (cars and motorcycles) are not allowed into the village except for residents and related parties.


Gas station nearby:

There is “ENEOS Chii SS” about 500m from the village.


Tourist information

It’s fun to stop by on the way to the village.

“Kyoto Miyama Navi” introduces various kinds of Miyama.