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Bullet train - which JR stations in Tokyo to go to Kyoto

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Hi. Is it true that Tokyo and Shinagawa stations are the only two stations where you can take the shinkansen to Kyoto? I am in the process of finding an apartment to rent in Tokyo for our stay in late March 2016. We will be taking the Shinkansen to Kyoto and wonder which areas I should be particularly looking into that would not require a lot of transfers on the trains. Ideally, walking to the station is our preference, or a short cab ride. Thanks in advance for any input!

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