Kyoto Computer Gakuin (京都コンピュータ学院) is an educational institute at Kyoto, Japan. I visited their campus on Apr-15-2017 and took pictures of computers that were displayed in the entrance hall. Disclaimer: I attended the Unreal Fest 2017 that was held there. No illegal activities were conducted during this visit.
I often see people misunderstanding about the VAX computers so let me make it clear: Norsk Data's NORD-1 implemented virtual memory in a commercial minicomputer earlier than VAX.
The VAX 11 780 displayed at the KCG is beautiful nevertheless.
DEC PDP-15 1, PDP11-05, and PDP-8/1 stands next to the VAX.
The control panel and status LED panel on the PDP-15 1:
I'm not sure if this System 360/40 is the full system or only the processor and control panels of the system.
The control panel looks nice though.
This System 370/138 also seems to be missing other racks to make it work.
A 3270 was standing in front of it.
The System 370/158 seems to be in a rather complete set of equipment, with several I/O subsystems next to it.
The System/3 is a rather minor computer compared to the glory of the 360 and 370, and it was hiding behind the stairs.
The IBM 5110's BASIC microcode is said to emulate System/3 instruction set.
The front panel says
OKITAC-4300 DATA COMMUNICATION SYSTEM.
The description panel says that this NEAC 2206 was used in the Osaka University.
The Osaka University still buys large NEC computers from time to time.
The TOSBAC 3400 has its own room.
There were a number of microcomputers from late 1970s to early 1990s in the hall.
There were some artifacts that were of strong interest.
The light blue must have been the color of choice for a computer chassis.
Altair 680 is also painted in the same color.
The prequel of the NEC PC-8001 that comes with NEC BASIC.
There were other then-popular computers like this FM-8 alongside oddities above.