In the Ohmiya campus of Ryukoku University, there is a construction listed as Japanese national important cultural properties.
As you enter the gate which is also a national important cultural property, you will see a retro building in front. Completed in 1879, the building was called a "copy of Western style". In fact, it was built by Japanese carpenters who learned Western construction only by taking a deep look at it. What an excellent work! The building is called as an "wooden architecture with stone panel attached". Its gorgeous columns with stone panels make the building look absolutely like a construction of reinforced concrete. YUMEYAKATA KIMONOs will perfectly match this retrospective scenery. In order to go into the campus, please call the guard, and take a look from the outside.
5 mins on foot from Nnanajo Ohmiya, Kyoto city bus
20 mins Nanajo station, Keihan line
10 mins from Kyoto station, JR or Kintetsu line