Kyoto Station (Kyōto-eki in Japanese) is a major railway station and transportation hub in Kyoto, Japan. It has Japan’s second-largest station building (after Nagoya Station) and is one of the country’s largest buildings, incorporating a shopping mall, hotel, movie theater, Isetan department store, and several local government facilities under one 15-story roof.
This was first built and my second third attempt on the train station creation. It was being displayed in
Bricks Adventure 2011, Hong Kong.
Lets took a look around the lobby first.
The station was a trial version because the real one was really really huge. So I only made the former part (normal train) of the station. The lobby included the ticket machine, the entrance gate, and some shops nearby.
There were two elevators on the left and right side of the station which the visitors could go up to the observation deck to have a good view of Kyoto station. In reality, the observation deck was built on the top of the Isetan Department Store, and there were escalators connection.
Once you crossed the entrance gate, there were several platforms which led you to go the different parts of Japan. You could go across the platforms by the pedestrian bridge.
There were also JR trains parked in the platforms. The shinkansen was parked in another special platform in real life, but I let it parked here, was it really nice? It was a 500 series Shinkansen and built by Tong Fong (a.k.a. TF2)
I also put my Kiha 40 and E233 series EMU, HK 100 together.