Accomodates up to 5 guests
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In a back alley near Shirakawa river in the Higashiyama area, stands Kiraku Kyoto Higashiyama, a "Washi" (Japanese traditional paper) themed private villa.
Up the stairs of Kiraku Kyoto Higashiyama is a lounge where you can enjoy complimentary drinks while overlooking a Japanese garden created by the famous garden architect, Jihei Ogawa VII, hidden across the street behind the walls of the former residence of cloisonné master, Yasuyuki Namikawa.
Just 3 minutes walk from Higashiyama station and surrounded by highlights of Kyoto such as Heian Shrine, Nanzenji, Chion, and Shorenin and a walking distance to Gion, Kiraku Kyoto Higashiyama is found in an district that gives visitors a glimpse of Kyoto's quiet, time old elegance.
Unwind at Kiraku Kyoto Higashiyama after a day of exploring the hallmarks of old Kyoto.
*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 10:00
2 Semi-double beds
1 Tatami room
1 Dining room
Services & Amenities
Semi Open-air Bath
Skin Care Products
Shampoo / Conditioner
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Kiraku Kyoto Higashiyama
379-2 Horiikecho, Higashiyama-ku Kyoto 605-0038
Nearby Stations & Airports
3 minutes on foot from Higashiyama Station of Subway Tozai Line
18 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: 5 guests
Room charge is subject to change.
No charge under 5 years old up to 2 people. (No bed, No breakfast)
6 years old or more will require the same room charge as adults.
"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.