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Esteemed Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa stayed here and so can you. Tucked amidst the mystery of Kyoto lies Ishihara Ryokan where authentic Japan awaits you. There is nothing quite like being greeted by the open and friendly smiling faces of owners Mr and Mrs Ishihara...More
Stayed here with our two kids and we all very much enjoyed the experience. Wonderful warm hospitality and a fabulous Japanese breakfast. The futons were surprisingly comfortable. It is very well located and a comfortable stroll to the Nishiki Markets and Pontocho Alley.
We stayed one night at Ishihara in February 2017 and it was a really special experience. Hiroko made us feel so welcome. The ryokan is in a fantastic location with lots of lovely shops and restaurants to explore in the neighbourhood, but it is also...More
I stayed three nights with my two teenagers. We were so well looked after. The Japanese breakfast was amazing - the dishes just kept coming and coming! I'm not sure I'd rush back for the pillows, but otherwise it was a lovely break from bland...More
Our experience at Ishihara was truly enjoyable. Hiroko and her husband, Mr. Ishihara are both very kind and hospitable. Ishihara is a small Ryokan that is not advertised a lot, hence, it is more inconspicuous than the rest of the more well-known Ryokans. But that...More
US$183 - US$338 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#78 Top resorts Hotel in Kyoto
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