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Sawaya Honten

25, Kawahara-cho, Shogoin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8397 Kyoto Prefecture
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4.5
#15 of 191 ryokans in Kyoto
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Looking for a place to stay in Kyoto? Then look no further than Sawaya Honten, a quaint ryokan that brings the best of Kyoto to your doorstep.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Sawaya Honten Hotel features newspaper and baggage storage.

Nearby landmarks such as Ginkaku-ji Temple (1.3 mi) and Sannenzaka Ninenzaka (1.5 mi) make Sawaya Honten a great place to stay when visiting Kyoto.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Sushi no Musashi JR Kyoto Station 8-jo Entrance, Gion Matsudaya, and Beer Komachi, all of which are a short distance from Sawaya Honten Hotel.

Should time allow, Nishiki Market, Gion, and Philosopher's Walk are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Sawaya Honten as you experience everything Kyoto has to offer.

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Property amenities
Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Wifi
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Adults only
Baggage storage
Clothes dryer
Currency exchange
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
Shared bathroom
Shared lounge / TV area
Umbrella
Room features
Air conditioning
Desk
Housekeeping
Safe
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Bidet
Bath / shower
Telephone
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Laptop safe
Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
Room types
City view
Non-smoking rooms
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Residential Neighbourhood
Quaint
Languages Spoken
English, Japanese

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25, Kawahara-cho, Shogoin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8397 Kyoto Prefecture
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Good for walkers
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Diego M wrote a review Jan 2020
Houston, Texas59 contributions30 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We loved our stay at Ryokan Sawaya. The rooms are very spacious, which is rare in Japan, we had a lot of space! The ryokan amenities are great, especially the public baths, excellent to relax after a day of touring Kyoto. The building is clean and well preserved. The attention to details is fantastic, as everyday you get little treats like tea and cookies. The staff also was very friendly and polite.
The location is convenient, close to a subway station and bus stops, and there are several restaurants nearby, but still in a quiet neighborhood. Maybe a bit distant from the most important Kyoto's landmarks, but still easy to move in the city using public transportation.
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Date of stay: November 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Friends_of_Furby wrote a review Mar 2017
London, United Kingdom12 contributions24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Summary: excellent, clean, hospitable, quiet, traditional.

Room: we stayed in a Japanese-stytle room with two single futons (I loved it but not good if you cannot deal with hard mattresses). The room was large (approx 6m x4m), but that's just the bedroom. In addition there is an entrance area with a fridge (empty, but helpful for any food/drink you bring) of about 2m x 2m, and the private bathroom off this of about 2m x 2m again (inc. typical Japanese bathtub (short but deep) with shower, basin, toilet). Simply and traditionally furnished. There were also two built-in wardrobes, a desk, 2 chairs, a low Japaese-style dining table and two floor-chairs for it.

Onsen: this Ryokan features a public bath (separate male and female baths) in the traditional Japanese style. As a guest you naturally have unlimited use of it. It is open in the morning 6-8am, and evening 5-11pm. You may be alarmed that it is public, but most onsen are. However, the Ryokan is quiet and of the many times I used it, only once did someone else enter (as I was leaving), otherwise it was just me in it.

Location: it is in the North-East of Kyoto, in a relatively untouristy part. This means the hotel and immediate surroundings are relatively quiet (non-busy onsen; no long queues for the bus), but that you need to get the bus to go anywhere. However, I did not find this to be anywhere near a major drawback. Buses are reliable, frequent and not too crowded and are the main way you will get around in Kyoto (I got a seat from the local stop every time but once or twice). They sell the Kyoto day bus pass in the Ryokan, and have a supply of good and detailed bus maps, which make life easy.

Staff: I get the impression it is family-run. As you may expect from Japan, they are very friendly, and although some do not have great English, I got everything I needed to across just fine (sending luggage on to another hotel; directions to bus stop; where to buy a replacement charger for my phone near the station).
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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liyin58 wrote a review Feb 2015
San Francisco, California150 contributions122 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I booked our accommodations to Kyoto literally days before our trip and I had been disappointed as many of the top rated Ryokans were booked so that I only had 2 choices left. But we were set on having the Ryokan experience, so I ended choosing Sawaya Honten and am very glad that we did.

The whole Ryokan, the outside (look and feel like old Kyoto), to the front desk and reception area, the halls, the miniature zen gardens, the onsen, and your rooms are very authentic. And we loved it all. Also, one benefit of this ryokan is that your rooms are large so that there are space for your tatami beds and the seating area simultaneously. Some other ryokans have smaller rooms so that they put out the bed at night and the tables during the day. You also have a private bathroom with shower and bathtub. Again I had read a lot of ryokans only have shared bath and bathhouse.

Another plus is that this ryokan had little "gifts" which were these Japanese socks and Japanese pouches. They gave you a pair of socks each day for walking around the tatami, but they are a cool souvenir.

The bath is also fantastic. We had the bath to ourselves every time we were there.

The only downside for us was that the Japanese kaiseiki meals are served in a common dining area and not in your rooms. And also I was not too used to sleep on the tatami pads which are smaller than a twin size bed. But I think these did not take away from having an authentic experience.

I also highly recommend a restaurant called Kakinuma just a block away. The guy at the front desk recommended it. It turned out to be a kaiseiki place that was very meticulous, delicious, classy and affordable. Kind of like a gem that hadn't been discovered. But you can tell the chef cared even about the chopsticks his guests are using. We had a lunch set here for 2000 yen and I'd day the quality was better than the kaiseki dinner we had on Pontocho for 8000.
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Tominthailand wrote a review Apr 2014
Bangkok, Thailand48 contributions60 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This Ryokan is super clean and cute with very friendly staff. Our room was very spacious and felt very homey and traditional as you'd expect. However, be mindful that when you book a ryokan, you get a ryokan, along with the slightly uncomfortable futon beds. It was a bit of a fun novelty at first, but it was a bit of rough going on the back after a couple of nights (especially after a full day of sight seeing around the city). The room has heating but most of the areas of the hotel outside the room were lightly heated, which was ok for us coming from a tropical country. Our room came with a private bath, which I learned to appreciate more after seeing other patrons timidly sneaking out of their rooms to use the public bath facilities.
Inside our room we had loads of space, and the room could easily sleep 6-7 people comfortably and the wifi is free of course, if not a bit sketchy, which brings me to my biggest complaint of all. The walls between rooms are very, very, very thin. We could here every single word of the ongoing conversation of the family next door until well into the night. We could here the father happily playing with the child till 11:30 at night, and the coughs and sniffles of the same child all night a couple of days later. Unfortunately for them, they could also here our symphony of snoring, which no doubt, would have provided a less than restful sleep for the occupants of the room next door. Also, this Ryokan is right across the Kyoto University Medical Hospital and Its a little remote from any transportation especially JR or subways. Not a lot of stuff around. Basically have to walk 5-10 minutes to find anything interesting, which wasn't a problem for us as we were enjoying the weather.
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Date of stay: April 2014
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Get the private bath....you'll thank yourself later!
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Cambridg02138 wrote a review Nov 2012
New York City, New York26 contributions62 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Only stayed here one night but got the deluxe room -- the living area was large, private bathroom and shower were huge relative to the other ryokan we stayed in, and our window overlooked a pretty little garden. futons and tatami mats were clean and warm.

Basically no complaints...except for one about the neighborhood - this area is not a tourist hub and it gets quiet at night (the main business is the kyoto hospital across the street). Plenty of food options exist, you just need to ask the hotel manager for a map and he has good restaurants marked for you to try.
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Date of stay: November 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Katie B wrote a review Sept 2019
Austin, Texas10 contributions14 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed here for four nights and it was the perfect base for a few days visit to Kyoto. The rooms are spacious, clean, and comfortable. The staff is beyond accommodating and speak multiple languages. Handy phones are provided in the room so you can navigate the city without turning on your data while abroad. It feels like an upscale home stay, perfect for tourists looking for a traditional Japanese experience without the sometimes rigid formality. The ryokan is conveniently located to both train and bus routes in a quiet neighborhood near some beautiful temples. There are not as many restaurants near by but the Quatre Saison Boulangerie around the corner makes delightful little pastries to start off your day.
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Date of stay: October 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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William L wrote a review May 2019
Dallas, Texas18 contributions25 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here for six nights while visiting Kyoto, Nara, and Osaka. We stayed on the second floor during the Cherry Blossom Season. It was amazing waking up in the morning, looking out our windows, and seeing cherry blossom trees. This hotel has 13 guest rooms and and a community bath. Although I am not used to taking community baths (our room also had a private bath), I definitely enjoyed it after walking an average of 12-13 miles per day...The elder and younger gentlemen inn keepers provided some of the most professional services I have ever received at a hotel. Will definitely stay here again next time we visit Kyoto!
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Date of stay: April 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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hanchettm wrote a review Aug 2017
Thousand Islands New York, New York2 contributions4 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is the second year I've been in Kyoto and stayed at different Ryokans in each stay. From that experience, Sawaya Honten has exceptional facilities. The rooms are spacious and beautiful. The are kept in pristine condition. That is the reason to stay here. You can put away the futon during the day, but there is plenty of room to keep it out. There are plenty of closets to put away your luggage. (In some Ryokans, there is not place to put luggage away so the lovely setting of the Japanese room ends up looking like a storage area.) The space and upkeep of this place makes for a lovely stay.

The public bath is very well kept and, as always in a Ryokan, a pleasure at the end of a long day. It is public by gender so you don't have to make a reservation it use it, as you do in some Ryokans. For a public bath the actual bath is smaller than ideal, and the aesthetic within the bath area is a little more Colorado mountain lodge than Japanese Onzen.

The proprietor and some of the staff speak English well which can be very helpful, and the facility is near major bus routes. (A 250 yen day pass that they sell at the Ryokan can get you anywhere.) That said, the location is less than ideal. Last year I stayed in Gion, and it was nice to be able to come out the door and be in the old Japanese architecture of Gion and then walk to lots of restaurants. From Ryokan Sawaya Honten, you will need to take a taxi or bus or walk 30 min or so. (There is, however, a lovely tea/ramen shop with beautiful gardens on the north side of Kawahara-cho in the block east of Higashioji. Be sure to check it out.) You can get taxis easily on Higashioji dori. You can walk to Shijo Dori (Gion) in about 20 min and to Ginkakuji in about 30.

They also allow you to do your laundry at the facility without charge – very convenient if you are on a long trip.

In the end, there is so much to see in Kyoto, you have to take transportation (subway, bus or taxi) not matter what. Here you have a really beautiful space to come to afterward. I would definitely stay at Sawaya Honten again.
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Date of stay: August 2017
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Sunny W wrote a review Jul 2017
Fremont, California10 contributions11 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
I was so lucky to book this place about two to three days before I arrived in Kyoto. It's a gem. This place is so clean and well manicured. It is very obvious that the owner takes great care of the property. All the decorations were beautiful and fits well in the ryokan. I really like the layout of the ryokan: the rooms are not all lined up in a hallway, minimizing disturbance between guests. As a previous reviewer said the atmosphere is very quiet and people are very respectful of each other (no talking loudly in the hallways). No noise issue. The walls were thick enough. Cannot hear the neighbors.

The owners were fantastic people and seem to respond to reviews and criticism on TripAdvisor. They are always improving the experience. I think I read that the staff barely spoke English in some reviews; however, all the staff I met spoke English and communication was never an issue. In addition, I arrived around 2pm but was allowed to check in early w/ no additional costs. The owners also carried my suitcases upstairs both for check in and check out which I cannot thank enough. Incredibly nice people. The koi pond has big koi very beautiful. I watched them on a rainy day. You can also borrow umbrellas which is so useful for the summer(rain everyday).

I booked a room with a bathroom, and I think because it is was a corner room the shower and toilet were separate. Both were very spacious. The shower also had a tub and was very modern and chic in design. The room itself was huge with plenty of seating as well as a HUGE closet for storing luggage. There's also another closet with towels and other amenities that you could use to hang cloth. Again, this place is very well kept. No chipped off paint, weird smells, etc. Everything feels organized and clean. A nice touch was a jug of hot water ready for tea as well as different local snacks for each day. There is also free water (so important for summer). My room faced the main street (across from Kyoto university hospital) but was pretty quiet at night (occasional trucks passing by). The location is very convenient: close to jingu marutamachi station and various bus stops. Heian shrine is also close by, and the imperial palace is within a walkable distance.

Although I had a bathroom attached to my room, I looked around the shared bathrooms, and they were definitely not college dorm bathrooms. There are single occupancy stalls on the second floor and near the koi pond. The main one w multiple stalls is on the first floor. The bath is the public bath(many pictures on this website). Everything is clean and not many people use the public bathrooms (probably because most have private bath). This is probably a good option for a bigger family or group.

Overall just a wonderful experience. I stated in the hotel more than I anticipated bc it was so nice.

Cons: the window screen diffused but did not block out the light from the street. I like to sleep in pitch darkness so I had to wear an eye mask. My mom used the wifi and it was spotty but didn't affect my trip since I got a portable wifi (very much recommend).

Thank you to the owners for providing such a quality experience.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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R S wrote a review Apr 2015
4 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We visited Kyoto at the end of March.We chose to stay in a ryokan because we couldn't have imagined otherwise.And it was totally worth it..tatami and fouton..everthing so simple but designed with very good taste.The owner is very nice and helped us couple of times with directions, explanations and even reservations.The ryokan is very close to the Kyoto Handicraft center which I would totally recommend if someone is searching for good quality souverniers.Also there are couple of restaurants near by.We went to MarC..is kinda fusion cousine..totally delicious.Fpe those who like walking many of the main touristic spots can be done walking, as we found Kyoto pretty logical as regards the streets and because unlike Tokyo or Osaka there are not so many tall buildings orientation on the surface really works.
The room was very spacious and cosy, nice bathroom, everything spotless clean.Each new day new toothbrush, new socks, new bathrobe.And also some small candies from Kyoto area..so nice! I would also recommend the breakfast there.Although is almost 20 dollars per person worth to try at least once..wonderful culinary experience.Otherwise there are several supermarkets near by, everything you need is there.
Bottomline it was my best experience in Japan and if I ever return to Kyoto this will be where I d like to stay!
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Date of stay: March 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Answer from さわや本店
Kyoto, Japan
Dear Ruatravel Thank you for asking about Sawaya Honten. If you have a tattoo, it is possible to take the onsen , no problem! Many Australian guests stayed our hotel. We will gladly wait for you! Best regards.
silk asked a question Mar 2018
Leeds, United Kingdom60 contributions27 helpful votes
We are due to arrive before check in time, do you have luggage storage facilities before check in time?
Answer from さわや本店
Kyoto, Japan
Dear Ms.Siddga We will keep your luggages safety , and bring them in your room. Nowadays, there become many Indian guests visiting to Kyoto, and some Indian guests stayed in this hotel from the UK , the US and more. Best regards.
Soph851 asked a question Aug 2017
San Jose, Costa Rica64 contributions26 helpful votes
Any kaiseki restaurants nearby?
Answer from さわや本店
Kyoto, Japan
There is Japanese Kaiseki restaurant near Ryokan Sawaya Honten. It takes only 5 minites from the hotel to the restaurant by walking. The restaurant 's name is kakinuma. It costs from about 51 to 93 US dollars at Japanese traditional course dinner for one person. The regular holidays are every mondays.
Soph851 asked a question Aug 2017
San Jose, Costa Rica64 contributions26 helpful votes
Any kaiseki restaurants nearby?
Answer from さわや本店
Kyoto, Japan
Thank you for asking about Ryokan Sawaya Honten. It costs within ¥2000 from JR Kyoto central station to the hotel by taxi. It takes about 20 minites by taxi. It is not convenient to take the subway to the hotel. Because the guests need to walk more than 15 minites from JR kyoto central station to near Keihan subway station. Best regards From Nakamura
Rolf E wrote a tip Nov 2019
4 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get a room with private bath on the second floor facing the pond."
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Econoclast1785 wrote a tip May 2018
Sydney, Australia106 contributions35 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"have a room with a bath. Very good bathrooms!"
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bruntem wrote a tip Sept 2017
Saint Louis, Missouri7 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Quiet, clean, very comfortable. "
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Peggy R wrote a tip Aug 2017
Wall Township, New Jersey3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The beds are traditional Japanese mats so make sure you take that jnto consideration if yiu have any type of back problems."
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Ellen W wrote a tip Feb 2017
Hong Kong, China7 contributions9 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Staying on 2nd floor which is even more tranquil. "
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£94 - £146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sawaya Honten
Which popular attractions are close to Sawaya Honten?
Nearby attractions include Kyoto Handicraft Center (0.2 miles), Shogoin (0.2 miles), and Club Metro (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Sawaya Honten?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, baggage storage, and a clothes dryer.
Which room amenities are available at Sawaya Honten?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Sawaya Honten?
Guests can enjoy complimentary tea and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Sawaya Honten?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sawaya Honten?
Conveniently located restaurants include Arash's Kitchen, Rokusei, and Cenci.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Sawaya Honten?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Sawaya Honten?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine (3.6 miles), Kiyomizu-dera Temple (1.7 miles), and Sanjusangendo Temple (2.1 miles).
Does Sawaya Honten have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.
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