Accomodates up to 4 guests
1 of the 4 Nishi-rokkaku homes, near Karasuma Oike station. Western architecture mezzanine meets a Japanese traditional town house.
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 first Machiya from the right is Kiraku Nishi-rokkaku Biwa, named after a traditional pear-shaped, short-necked lute.
Biwa's first floor has a tatami room overlooking a private garden as well as an open-ceiling living space with a sofa.
The bathroom also boasts a traditional "Hinoki" (Japanese cypress) bath, and up the stairs is two semi-double beds.
If you are a larger group, futons 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
2 Semi-double beds
2 Tatami room
1 Dining room
Services & Amenities
Laundry Machine (Public space)
Skin Care Products
Shampoo / Conditioner
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Kiraku Kyoto Nishi-rokkaku Biwa (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.