Thanks Shot, for your previous help-I now have more questions!
The 3 Raku buses look very useful, are they still operating? and I can't find anywhere that says how frequent they are.
Are there taxis at most subway stations?-you mentioned that small ones were cheaper, are there usually both types in the same place?
The train line going through Nishioji, Tanbaguchi, Nijo and Hanazono stations-the map calls it 'JR Tokaido' at the Nishioji end and 'Sagano' line at the other end-where does it change name?
The Keifuku railway through Uzumasa.......Sanjoguchi, does it then go to Sai and Shijo-omiya stations or Omiya, Karasuma and Kawaramachi stations?
Are there usually toilets at most of the major tourist temple sites, or if not are there cafes etc closeby?
Is it obvious from street level where the subway stations are in Kyoto and Tokyo?
I think i've read about Tourist Information Centres on the 9th and also 2nd floors of Kyoto station- is the 9th floor better?
Is there a similar one at Shinagawa station in Tokyo?
Thanks alot for any answers.