Accommodates up to 4 guests
Nestled in Gion, Kyoto’s most famous “Geisha” district, Kiraku Kyoto Gion is a private villa offering two contrasting types of traditional Japanese baths.
On the ground floor, through the tatami living room, you will encounter a garden with a outdoor ceramic bath.
Cross through the garden and open the door to find a “Goemon” or traditional iron bath with origins in Kyoto.
Wander upstairs to find a king size bed, as well as room to lay futons if you are traveling as a group.
Enjoy a leisurely stay in Kyoto’s festive yet serene, ancient center of traditional entertainment.
* This is a private villa style stay. For Ryokan style stays, please see stays that indicate “Ryokan.”
CHECK-IN & CHECK-OUTCheck in 3:00PM - 9:00PMCheck out by 11:00AM
BEDS1 King Bed2 Futons
ROOMS1 Bedroom1 Tatami room2 Bathrooms1 Dining room
SERVICES & AMENITIESIndoor BathRefrigeratorshower capFree Wi-FiAir-conditioningTVOpen-air BathShowerToiletriesBody soapSkin Care ProductsShampoo / ConditionerHair dryerTowelsCleaning serviceSafety boxHairbrushToothbrush SetRazorCotton swabsIron & ironing boardMicrowaveElectric kettleTeaHumidifierbody towelClothing hangerFlashlightSlippers
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Kiraku Kyoto Gion
46-10 Bishamoncho, Higashiyama-ku Kyoto 605-0812
NEARBY STATIONS & AIRPORTS
11 minutes on foot from Gion-shijo Station of Keihan Main Line
16 minutes by taxi from Kyoto Station
*We do not have on-site parking facilities. Please kindly use paid parking lot nearby if you are travelling by car.
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Accommodates up to：4 guests
Room charge is subject to change.
Children under 5 years old are free up to 2 people(No beds, no meals). Children who are 6 years old or more will be charged as an adult.
"Kiraku" was established to provide travelers a means of experiencing an assortment of undiscovered destinations by staying at a spectrum of traditional Japanese homes, while offering a solution to preserve and revitalize traditional structures across Japan.