This is a fairly traditional city ryokan. It is very well located, just around the corner from a subway station and an easy walk to many of the hot spots of central Kyoto. They will get you a taxi in a few minutes to help get you to the various temple areas. While not everyone speaks English, some are extremely... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 200-year-old historical ryokan invites you to the nostalgic sentiment of the days of Samurai period. Great place to soak up the Kyoto atmosphere. During summer guests can enjoy authentic Kyoto Kaiseki meal on open-air restaurant called "Yuka", which is highly popular as well. ... more less
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