10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere

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  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere
  • 10.Great place! Feel Kyoto atmosphere

民宿介绍

This is Japanese traditional house. Located on the strategic place (Gion area) the old-fashioned streets of Kyoto which famous with the old Japanese atmosphere. This place is very spacious, it`s perfect for 7 people but can accommodate until 15 people. It`s equipped with private shower room, toilet, kitchen with cooking set and table set, and it has a small garden too. Strategic place, located in the old-fashioned streets of Kyoto city. If you are lucky you will be able to meet with Geisha and Meiko on your way home. It is close to the downtown like Kawaramachi Street. which famous shoping center in Kyoto. Don`t forget to walking around at Kiyamachi Street and Pontocho Street which is great place to spend your night because there has a lot restaurant, pub, bar, and karaoke. And you can get relax at Kamo river, which a lot of japanese and foreigner enjoying their time to sit, enjoying their meal, hang out with their friends especially at summer. - Only 6 minutes by walk to Kiyomizu gojo station (Keihan main line), you can go to Kyoto station which is just 4 minute by trains for more access. - Near with a lot of famous attractions place such Kiyomizu-dera, and Fushimi Inari temple which as know as world heritage. I`m running my own company in Japan. My hobbies is soccer. the reason i rent my place, i want more people come to Japan so they can more to know about Japan. Hope you can enjoy to stay in my place. Thank you.

注意事项

Check in 15:00 Check out 10:00 We need to be on time!!! if you would like to early check in for put the your luggage, please tell us before 3days ago with check in date and please keep the valuable to yourself. We fine you, if not punctual without previous notice. ※Please keep the valuable to yourself.

订房说明

入住前30天,全额退款
入住前30至20天,退款50%
入住20至入住当天,不可取消

交通咨询

Only 6 minutes by walk to Kiyomizu gojo station (Keihan main line), then you can go to Kyoto station which is just 4 minute by trains for more access. Miyagawa-chō (宫川町) is one of the hanamachi (花街, "flower towns") or geisha districts in Kyoto. Miya-gawa means "Shrine River", referring to the nickname of the Kamo River just south of Shijō. During the Gion Festival the mikoshi (divine palanquin) of Yasaka Shrine used to be purified here in the waters of the river. Chō means "town", "block", "neighborhood". Miyagawa-chō has three interconnected rings as its trademark, symbolizing the unity of the shrine/temples, the townspeople, and the teahouses. What is now Miyagawa-chō was a place where entertainers gathered. Kabuki was performed in many small theaters on the banks of the Kamo River. Some of the teahouses were even boats that operated in the river. As Kabuki was just then developing into a mass entertainment spectacle as known today, the area was very popular and Miyagawa-chō quickly grew into a full town of teahouses. The association with Kabuki has gone, but the Minami-za kabuki theatre of Kyoto still stands on its historical spot on the east bank of the Kamo River. Today, Miyagawa-chō has its own kaburenjō or theater where geisha dances are performed.

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