ENJOY TRAVELING HANDS FREE
WITH HANDS FREE KYOTO
In Kyoto, visitors can make use of a service that carries their luggage from the station to their accommodation,
while there are also many locations where they can store their luggage.
Discover and use the service ideally suited to your needs!
Bringing suitcases or other large luggage onto buses or trains can cause crowding and even prevent local residents from using their own transportation systems. Please refrain from bringing large pieces of luggage onto city buses.
Go "hands-free sightseeing" whenever possible so everyone can get around comfortably!
For visitors to Kyoto, this service carries luggage between Kyoto Station and their accommodation, as well as between their different accommodation facilities. If visitors complete the required procedures during open hours, they can drop off and pick up their luggage on the same day.
This service allows visitors to store luggage that doesn’t fit in lockers in various locations.
A convenient option that can be used whenever the station is open.
Kyoto Station Area Map
Sightseeing with large bits of luggage can be a hassle for both you and those around you.
Give hands-free travel a go to ensure a more enjoyable Kyoto sightseeing experience for all!
If you don't drop off your luggage…
You take up more space
It's harder to go sightseeing or shopping
Your luggage makes a lot of noise
If you drop off your luggage…
You free up space in vehicles
You can go hands-free sightseeing
You can pick up your luggage at your hotel
Why is HANDS FREE KYOTO so reliable?
This website is owned and operated by Kyoto City.
In collaboration with private corporations, Kyoto City is promoting HANDS FREE KYOTO, which is a program to encourage more visitors to enjoy hands-free sightseeing.
Please be assured that the services described on this website are provided by selected service partners with good track records.
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Camera” (15 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Getting on the Bus” (15 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Getting off the Bus” (15 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Nijo Castle” (15 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Souvenirs” (15 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Camera” (6 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Getting on the Bus”(6 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Getting off the Bus” (6 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Nijo Castle” (6 second version)
HANDS FREE KYOTO “Souvenirs” (6 second version)
- I want to know my options for hands-free tourism.
- See this flowchart
- I am unsure if my hotel offers delivery service.
First, inquire at your accommodation.
You can also check the website of facilities offering delivery service.
- I found an error on the HANDS FREE KYOTO site. How should I contact the site about it?
- Contact us through this form. We appreciate your feedback.