Accomodates up to 3 guests
1 of the 4 Nishi-rokkaku homes, near Karasuma Oike station. Furnished with fine and luxurious leather furniture.
Kiraku Nishi-rokkaku is comprised of four adjacent, yet completely independent, "Kyomachiya" (traditional Kyoto-style townhouse) turned into luxury private villas in an alleyway hidden within a walking distance of Karasuma Oike station.
The Nishi-rokkaku villas are named after the traditional Japanese string instrument that are on display in each respective villa.
Entering the Nishi-rokkaku alleyway and the second Machiya from the left is Kiraku Nishi-rokkaku Kinsou, named after a long Japanese board zither that first appeared in the Japanese court in the 8th century.
Slide open the door of Kinsou to be welcomed by an expansive,traditional Japanese stone entranceway, that blends into a living room with sofas and lounge chairs overlooking a private Japanese garden, The bathroom boasts a traditional "Hinoki" (Japanese cypress) bath, and up the stairs is a queen bed.
If you are a larger group, a futon may also be prepared.
※ "Machiya hotel FUKUNE" is the former name of "Kiraku Kyoto Nishi-rokkaku"
※ This is a private villa style Stay. For Ryokan style Stays, please see Stays labeled "Ryokan."
Check-in & Check-outCheck in 3:00PM - 9:00PMCheck out by 10:00AM
1 Queen Bed
1 Tatami room
1 Dining room
Services & Amenities
Laundry Machine (Public space)
Skin Care Products
Shampoo / Conditioner
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Kiraku Kyoto Nishi-rokkaku Kinsou (FUKUNE)
105-3 Nishi-rokkakucho, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto 604-8217
Nearby Stations & Airports
8 minutes on foot from Karasuma Oike Station of Subway Tozai and/or Karasuma Line
9 minutes on foot from Karasuma Station of Hankyu Kyoto Line
15 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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Room charge is subject to change.
Kindly note children below 6 years old are not allowed.
"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.