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Tucked away in the backyard of Sanjusange-do temple and the Kyoto National Museum, Kiraku Kyoto Honmachi is a "Kyomachiya" ( traditional Kyoto-style townhouse) renovated into a tea-themed, luxurious private villa with an indoor and outdoor garden, featuring an open-air bath.
Entering Honmachi, and to the right is a traditional tatami room, but venturing further in, you will encounter a peculiar blend of old and new, with a large bed set within a indoor Japanese rock garden.
Behind the indoor garden is a private, outdoor garden with an open-air bath.
Up the stairs, is a lounge area featuring a transparent floor, where you may have the unique experience of enjoying an indoor rock garden from above, while indulging in a cup of green tea from Wazuka, a small town that has been producing tea for over 800 years.
※ This is a private villa style Stay. For Ryokan style Stays, please see Stays labeled "Ryokan."
入住資訊入住時間： 3:00PM - 6:00PM退房時間： 11:00AM
Check-in reception is open from 3:00PM to 6:00PM. Please kindly contact us in advance if you are arriving after 6:00PM.
2 Tatami room
1 Living Room
2 Toilet rooms
Skin Care Products
Kiraku Kyoto Honmachi
187-1 Honmachi 5-chome Higashiyama-ku Kyoto 605-0981辦理住宿的接待處"Kissako Wazuka", 182 Honmachi 5-chōme, Higashiyama-ku Kyoto 605-0981
Check-in counter is at "Kissako Wazuka", a cafe located by the small ally to the house "Kiraku Kyoto Honmachi".
Opening hours is from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.
If you are arriving later than 6:00PM, please kindly let us know in advance.
※Since "Kissako Wazuka" is closed on Monday, check-in will be done over the phone for guests arriving on Monday. Please call our front desk upon your arrival using the telephone outside of "Kissako Wazuka".
3 minutes on foot from Shichijo Station of Keihan Main Line
11 minutes by taxi from Kyoto Station
Accommodates up to: 5 guests
Room charge is subject to change.
Children under 5 years old are free (No beds, no meals). Children who are 6 years old or more will be charged as an adult.
Kiraku is commited to preserving and revitalizing traditional Japanese structures across Japan, as well as creating and maintaining the neccesary technology infrastructure for such an endeavor.