ACCOMMODATIONROOM TYPES

Enjoy traditional Japanese style in an elegantly

  • (Haru) Spring

    Facing east, this is the brightest of Tsukito’s rooms.

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  • (Natsu) Summer

    In this simple room we hope that you can relax and focus on slowing down.

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  • (Aki) Autumn

    A room with a “good old” traditional feel.

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  • 美術 (Bijutsu) Art

    The Japanese illustrator, Atsushi Murata, was commissioned to paint his interpretations of winter here.

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  • (Hoshi) Star

    As this is our only room on the first floor, we recommend it for elderly people and families, particularly those with babies and children.

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RESERVATION

FREE SPACE

This space is available to use for lessons, workshops and exhibitions.
If you are a guest and feel like eating a meal in this traditional room,
we can accommodate on request.

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FLOOR GUIDE

Within the walls of this 120 year old Kyoto Machiya we hope you will unearth something unexpected.
Take your time to slowly ponder and find something special an encounter, an idea or even a dream.

  • SALON

    A shared space for guests and sometimes opened as a café to the public. Who knows what you will learn, or who you will meet here.

  • LIBRARY

    Filled with guidebooks for your trip, rare old Japanese books, and modern ones too. Use this space to relax with your travelling group, eat a meal, have a hot drink or catch up on some work.

  • BATH ROOM

    Our impressive bathtub is from neighboring Shiga prefecture. Called “Shigaraki” this style of pottery and stoneware has a long history; the perfect place to relax and reflect on your day.

    *We also have a shower available.

SERVICE INFORMATION

LOCATION

  • The Heian Jingu Shrine
    5 min. walk

  • Nanzen-ji Temple
    20 min. walk

  • Philosophers' Walk
    20 min. walk

  • Kyoto Imperial Palace
    (Kyoto Gosho)
    15 min. walk

  • Maruyama Park
    30 min. walk

  • ROHM Theatre Kyoto
    5 min. walk

  • TSUTAYA BOOKS
    5 min. walk

Google Map

ACCESS

*Please check the map previouly as much as possible.

From JR Kyoto Station: 30 minutes by city bus 206 lines (via Gion) at D2 Terminal. Get off at "Kumano Shrine." and walk for 1 minute eastward.

From Keihan Line “Jingu Marytamachi” Station: From Exit 4, 10 minutes walk along Marutamachi St. eastward.

Although we do not have parking lot, there is a paid parking lot within 3 minutes on foot. It cost 1,400 yen for 24 hours.