|Number of guests||2〜10people (Max 10)|
|Kitchen||※Cooking is permitted
Water filter / Electric hot water pot / Microwave / Refrigerator / Rice cooker / Induction Cooking / Oven Toaster/ Fry Pan / Pot / Draining basket / Cooking bowl / Coffee cups / Glasses / Small dishes/ Medium sized dishes / Large plates /Teacups / Soup bowl / Forks / Spoons / Kitchen scissors / Knife / Chopping board / Capopener / Wine opener
|Bathroom||Washlet / Hair drier / Shampoo / Conditioner / Body soap / Tooth brush / Tooth paste / Bath towel / Face towel / Yukata(night wear) / Hanten(over jacket---Winter only)|
|Japanese style room||TV / Air-conditioner / Electric heater(Winter only) / Kerosene fan heater(Winter only) / Electric hot carpet(Winter only) / Full-length mirror / Coffee / Tea / Japanese tea /|
|〈1F〉||・Japanese style room（4.5 tatamis）
・Living room（6 tatamis）
|〈2F〉||・Japanese style room（6 tatamis＋4.5 tatamis＋6 tatamis）|
Please visit our check-in counter 12:00~17:00. Enter the house from 15:00.
Explore Nishiki Market. Known as Kyoto's kitchen. You will find delicious food.
Try some local restaurants or take a short trip to Gion or Ponto-cho. Bento, Japanese boxed meals, can be delivered. (Reservations required)
Relax in the "Shigaraki ware" tub. It has a far-infrared effect. The water is scented with our original herbal mix.
At end of the day, enjoy a sound sleep on hand crafted bedding filled with soft down.
The morning service
Everyone is free to join the morning service at Bukkou-ji Temple.
Morning walk & Breakfast
Enjoy an early morning walk along the Kamo River. Afterward why not enjoy breakfast at the popular Inoda Coffee shop?
After you checkout enjoy strolling in Gion, one of the most picturesque areas of the city, or admire the garden at Kennin-ji Temple. You can try Zazen or Syakyo here.
Kimono・yukata rental plan
Staffs will help you to get dressed during the check-in procedure then you can go for sightseeing by leaving the luggage to staffs. You can enjoy the kimono all day long. （kimono dressing hour from 10am to 17pm）
Its main hall is famous for its big stage. From its 18m height you can have a panoramic view of Kyoto. The classical itinerary is to go from Kiyomizudera, go through Kodai-ji, then walk to Yasaka Shrine, Gion.
From the Muromachi area (14-16th century), the Kinkakuji Temple was established by the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. No matter how much you have admired its shining gold, it is as magnificient as the first time. The Kinkakuji under the snow, though a rare sight, is particularly stunning. The site is said to be really big but you can visit it including the garden in around one hour.
Fushimi Inari Taisha Sanctuary
Famous for its thousand vermillion torii gates. Going through its many torii gates you can choose to go to the main spot and go back, then it will take 30 minutes, but you can also choose to do the course that will lead you up to the Inari Mountain. It takes 2 hours but it is appreciated for the stunning view of Kyoto landscape that you can admire.
Kyoto Aquarium and Railway Museum
On the site of the Umekoji Park, there are two places to enjoy. The Kyoto Aquarium, one of the largest inland aquariums, has the giant japanese salamander typical of the Kamogawa ecosystem. The Kyoto Railway Museum has a train driving simulator, experiences of different jobs, from kids to adults everyone can enjoy it.
|Address||502-4 Kamiurokogata-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8058|
|Parking||* There is rental parking.|