Kitamura Museum (wiki, map), comprises some 1,000 works including thirty-three Important Cultural Properties and nine Important Art Objects, with a particular focus on tea utensils.
The Kyoto International Manga Museum (wiki, map). Collected materials include Edo period woodblock prints, pre-war magazines, post-war rental books, and popular modern series from around the world.
National Museum of Modern Art (wiki, map) The gallery exhibits selected works of Japanese-style painting (nihonga), Western-style painting (yōga), prints, sculpture, crafts (ceramics, textiles, metalworks, wood and bamboo works, lacquers and jewelry) and photography from the museum collection, rotating the works on display approximately twenty times a year.
Kyoto National Museum (wiki, map) is one of the major art museums in Japan. The museum focuses on mainly pre-modern Japanese works (it is said to have the largest collection of Heian period artifacts) and Asian art. The museum is also well known for its collections of rare and ancient Chinese and Japanese sutras.
The Kyoto Botanical Garden (wiki, map) is a major botanical garden, it contains about 120,000 plants representing some 12,000 species.
Sen-oku Hakuko Kan (wiki, map) houses a large collection of Chinese bronze vessels, Chinese and Japanese mirrors, and a few Chinese bronze Buddhist figures.
Toei Kyoto Studio Park (wiki, map) is a theme park and film set modeled after the Edo period located in Kyoto, that opened its doors in 1975. It is situated in Toei Company’s Kyoto Studio where movies have been produced.
Nomura Art Museum (wiki, map). The collection, based on that built up by financier Tokushichi Nomura II, comprises some 1,700 works (paintings, calligraphic works, Noh masks, Noh costumes, and tea utensils), including seven Important Cultural Properties and nine Important Art Objects.