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Junior Audioguide

The Kyoto National Museum now features multilingual audioguides for young people in addition to those for the general public. The Junior Audioguide features two characters, Grandpa Meta (named after the giant Metasequoia tree in the museum garden) and Wakaba-chan ("Little New Leaf"), who talk lightheartedly about objects on view in the museum. We hope these guides make your next museum visit fun and informative for the whole family.

Audioguide Rental for Thematic Exhibitions (Permanent Collection)

Fee
550 yen (includes tax) (choose either Audioguide or Junior Audioguide)
Languages
Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean
Rental Start Times
9:30 a.m.–4:15 p.m.
Note
Junior Audioguides are not available during special exhibitions or when galleries are closed. They may feature different objects than audioguides for the general public. Audioguides may not be taken outside the museum.


Grandpa Meta and Wakaba-chan
(c) Acoustiguide Japan Ltd.

Updated:February 5, 2021

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