We have spaces to meet your various needs.
Our facilities are excellent for symposiums, international conferences, concerts, exhibitions, presentations, lectures, tea ceremonies, etc. We are situated in a convenient and accessible location.
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Offering services to develop a multicultural environment, especially information necessary for international cultural exchange
We hold events to support and help foreign students and foreign residents in Kyoto area in their everyday lives, including Japanese language classes and enjoyable cross cultural activities to increase mutual understanding.
Kyoto International Community House (kokoka) promotes “encounters” across borders.
The Information Service Corner, library/reference room, exhibition hall, outdoor square, restaurants and more are available for visitors.
Offering help and assistance to make your days easier
Feel free to contact us when you have legal, visa, medical or other critical concerns, as well as communication issues and worries.
For a safe and comfortable living experience
This guidebook is a collection of easy-to-understand information concerning everyday living for those who have just moved to Kyoto. Available in Japanese and several other languages, use it to easily look up any questions you may have.
We appreciate your financial contributions to help establish a more multicultural society.
*Kyoto International Community House is approved as a public interest incorporated foundation. Your donations will be used to help fund the projects and activities held by the International Community House to establish an even more multicultural society.
You can read books and documents collected by Kyoto International Community House and enjoy original works of art.
Why don’t you join our team to meet people from different backgrounds and get to know more about other countries and cultures?
Collecting and organizing information coming from international exchange groups, as well as allocating grants for groups and projects that provide multicultural activities.