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Where to stay near Doshisha University

Exploring Doshisha University

This private university goes all the way back to its establishment in 1875. it has campuses spread across Kyoto and is also part of Japanese "Global 30" universities.

Accommodations near Doshisha University

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Kamigyo is the Estate Tokyu Nishikyogoku, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Gagakuan in Kamigyo as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Doshisha University

- Kamogawa Park

The beautiful Kamogawa Park surrounds the banks of the Kamogawa River extending around the flowing river and is a favorite among tourists and locals alike.

- Iwatayama Monkey Park

As its name suggests, this is a park where over 170 Japanese macaque monkeys live and can be visited by tourists. It is located on Mt. Arashiyama and once there, visitors can even feed them with food available on site.

Transportation near Doshisha University

Kyoto has an excellent and efficient public transport network, plus it is okay for getting about on foot outside of the summer months. Many of the main attractions are contained within small districts where the best way to get around is on foot or by bicycle. There are bike rental places all over.

The Kyoto subway system is excellent for inner-city travel, with over two-dozen stations making travel between districts less time consuming than taking a bus. Tickets are quite expensive one-way, yet daily zoned passes can be had. You can also make use of cheaper Kyoto buses. The Chin-Chin bus is the best option for visitors, leaving the main Kyoto Station every 10 minutes and taking in the main Kyoto attractions. Taxis are metered and efficient, yet expensive, and can be flagged or hired from stands at tourist spots.