Kyoto: Quiz


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  • the 430-foot-tall (131 m) Kyoto Tower (pictured) is the tallest man-made structure in the city of Kyoto, Japan?
  • in 1686, at the Tōshiya archery contest in Kyoto, Japan, Wasa Daihachiro successfully fired a record 13,053 arrows in 24 hours, averaging nine arrows a minute and hitting the target 8,133 times?

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Question 1: In addition, ________ has its own Japan Center in Kyoto.
Stanford UniversitySilicon ValleyPalo Alto, CaliforniaSan Jose, California

Question 2: Osaka Airport Transport buses connect ________ and Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit in an hour and cost 1,280 yen for a one-way trip.
Osaka International AirportKobe AirportNarita International AirportKansai International Airport

Question 3: The Keihan, Hankyu, Kintetsu, and other rail networks also offer frequent service to other cities in the ________ region.
TokyoKansai regionJapanNara Prefecture

Question 4: ________ selected the village of Uda, at the time in the Kadono district of Yamashiro Province, for this honor.
Emperor HeizeiEmperor KammuEmperor SagaEmperor Ninmyō

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Question 6:
What type is thing is Kyoto?
Human and cultural history
Cultural and educational organization
Gallery, Museum and Cultural Pavillion

Question 7: For an entrance fee visitors are able to view exhibitions and read as much ________ as they desire.
Manga outside JapanShōjo mangaYaoiManga

Question 8:
What is the metropolitican population of Kyoto?

Question 9: The Yamashiro Basin is surrounded on three sides by mountains known as Higashiyama, Kitayama and Nishiyama, with a height just above 1,000 ________ (3,281 ft) above sea level.
10 megametres1 decametreMetre100 megametres

Question 10: Many ________, action films featuring samurai, were shot at Toei Uzumasa Eigamura.
JidaigekiKagemushaAkira KurosawaSeven Samurai

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