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I spent this ryokan only 1 day.
But I felt longer coz very silent this ryokan during my stay.
i could experient Japanese sauna called "KAMABURO"
It was very rare and very comfortable.
Dinner was Japanese "Kaiseki" its taste was delicate.
We chose this hotel on our arrival in Kyoto to experience something more local than an international hotel.It is situated near Shungakuin train station on the outskirts of Kyoto and lies between the Kamo river and a busy road.Once inside however you are relatively protected...More
We arrived at 5pm not really knowing what to expect.
From the moment we entered through the 450 year old gates, we were transported into another world. Two female staff greeted us and escorted us through the beautiful gardens and up to our room on...More
We booked here as part of a trip around Japan having stayed near fugi in a traditional Onsen. Following that experience we were really excited about staying here however on arrival we realised that we were quite far from 'the action" in Kyoto.
I have been here four times for dinner. CHoose the most expensive course you can afford, but you'll not be disappointed with anything. take time to look at the garden, walk through it. You have a private toom all to yourself, very traditional. The kaiseki...More
US$373 - US$916 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#10 Top resorts Hotel in Kyoto
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Hot springs and historic temples characterize the leafy landscapes of Northern Kyoto. Acres of tranquil residential streets are interrupted by some of Kyoto's most gorgeous architectural gems, including the majestic Golden Pavilion of Kinkakuji, the serene artistry of the Ryoanji Temple rock gardens, and the bold red paint across the structures of Enryakuji Temple. Once a religious core of the city, the
district now boasts some of its most remote and peaceful hot springs, as well as a few of its best family-run mom-and-pop restaurants. A blend of extremely local at its outskirts, and highly peopled at its tourist centers, Northern Kyoto nonetheless retains a halcyon air in harmony with nature.