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city designated by government ordinance, million city, prefectural capital of Japan, big city, city of Japan, tourist destination, former capital, college town, city for international conferences and tourism
Inception1 Lidosun 1889 Jlado
Pseudonym京都 Jlado
Official name京都市 Jlado
Native label京都市 Jlado
Nickname千年の都, 文化首都 Jlado
Name in kanaきょうとし Jlado
Named aftercapital city Jlado
Anthemmunicipal anthem of Kyoto Jlado
ContinentAsia Jlado
OtòJapan Jlado
Capital ofKyoto Prefecture Jlado
CapitalNakagyō-ku Jlado
Located in the administrative territorial entityKyoto Prefecture Jlado
Located in time zoneUTC+09:00 Jlado
Associated electoral districtKyoto 1st District, Kyoto 2nd district, Kyoto 3rd district, Kyoto 4th district Jlado
Located in or next to body of waterKamo River, Katsura River, Yodo River, Lake Biwa Canal Jlado
Located in/on physical featureKyoto Basin Jlado
Coordinate location35°0′42″N 135°46′5″E Jlado
Highest pointMount Minako Jlado
Office held by head of governmentmayor of Kyoto Jlado
Head of governmentDaisaku Kadokawa Jlado
Executive bodyGovernment of Kyoto City Jlado
Legislative bodyKyoto City Assembly Jlado
Member ofUnion of Kansai Governments, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, League of Historical Cities Jlado
Twinned administrative bodyKyiv Jlado
Language usedKyoto dialect Jlado
Significant eventSiege of Sanjō Palace Jlado
Day in year for periodic occurrenceOctober 15 Jlado
Postal code600-0000–616-9999, 520-0461–520-0465 Jlado
Flagflag of Kyoto Jlado
Hashtag京都市 Jlado
History of topichistory of Kyoto, timeline of Kyoto Jlado
Economy of topiceconomy of Kyoto Jlado
Official website URL Jlado
Has listQ28683154 Jlado
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Kyoto Jlado
Category for the view of the itemCategory:Views of Kyoto Jlado
Local dialing code75 Jlado

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