It is one of the cities in Japan. It is also known as the capital or Kyoto, and historically it was the capital city of Heiankyo, which was designated as the capital of Japan in 794, and at that time it was the center of Japanese politics and culture. The city leaves a grid-like section in Heiankyo, including the Kyoto Imperial Palace, rich in historical sites and cultural assets, and designated as an International Culture and Tourism City, and has been subjected to the Ancient Town Conservation Act. Traditional industries such as Nishijin Ori, Kyoto Yuzen, food industry such as sake and Kyoto sweets, and crafts such as Kyoto puppets. In addition, there are many historic annual events, and there are scenic spots such as Arashiyama. The Tokaido Shinkansen, Tokaido Main Line, San-in Main Line, Meishin Expressway, etc.