If you’re a manga fan, you’d probably enjoy this place. I still wonder why is it named a “museum” when it is more like a cafe. There are no exhibits if you want history about how manga started, however, there are plenty of dated comics.
There are even comics from before World War II.
The main segment of the Museum is paid. Place your belongings in the locker and get a ticket!
If you’re not much of a manga fan and will like somewhere to sit while waiting for someone, pop over to the Manga Cafe
|Attraction||Kyoto Manga Museum|
|Address||Karasuma-Oike, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto 604-0846 Japan|
|Opening hours||1000 – 1800 (Closed on Wed or Thurs if Wed is a public holiday)|
|How to get there||Nearest train stations: Karasuma Oike station and walk|
|Google Map||Kyoto Manga Museum|