FY 2013

Outline of the event

Many people think of Yasunari Kawabata’s “The Ancient Capital” when they think of novels set in Kyoto, and “Rakuchu Rakugaizu” when it comes to paintings that depict Kyoto. However, it is not only literature and paintings that represent (draw/draw) Kyoto. There are many different types of things, such as old maps, music, crafts, old photographs, movies, dance, games, architecture, etc. In the 2013 Kyoto Studies Course, we will take the plunge and take a look at a wide variety of media, each of which will give an overview of what time, where, and what kind of place Kyoto represents.


“Kyoto Studies Course” Miyako’s Representation of a City Designed

Saturday, May 25, 2013 ~ Saturday, November 2, 2013 10:50~12:20
* 10 lectures + 2 hands-on lectures
Campus Plaza Kyoto 4th Floor, Lecture Room 2
University Consortium Kyoto Kyoto Skills Training Course Kyoto Studies Course Pamphlet [Click here for details]