京都職人の家 - Kyoto Craftsman House

Location

Zip code: 603-8224
Murasakino Kitaku Kyoto

Bus stop (Daitokuji Temple) 5 minute walk
Kitaoji station : 20 minute walk
Between Kitaoji and Kyoto station : 15 minutes by subway

If you wish to reserve the room or questions about the guesthouse, please e-mail us.

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Greeting

We have been running a traditional Japanese Kimono factory since the 1950’s.

Our ancestors started making Japanese traditional Kimono about 300 years ago, and still we are carrying on their art. We have a Master of Traditional Kimono Craftsman license.

Now we have partially rebuilt our factory and have included a new guest house. We would like to introduce Japanese traditional culture and the original folk habits of our town, Kyoto.

We would like to give you an opportunity to experience heartfelt traditional family hospitality with excellent service. It would be a great pleasure for us if you are interested in staying in our guest house. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely yours, Mikio Yasui

If you have any comments, please e-mail us.

Facilities

Location : The house is surrounded by a lot of famous Temples and Shrines.

  • DaitokujiKinkakuji(Golden Pavilion)Imamiya Shrine can be visited on foot.
  • Funaoka hill park, and Kamo River are both quiet locations, perfect for morning walks.
  • Since our home was at one time a Kimono factory, we can show you how Kimonos are designed.

Facilities : Japanese style room ( Smoke Free Facility ).
Air conditioned.
Private use of a toilet room.
Without bath tub and shower, restroom only. However there are four Japanese historical SENTO (public bath facility) available in close location.

Price

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One 5,000 yen
Two 9,800 yen
Three 14,400 yen
Four 18,800 yen


Breakfast : Japanese style meal (Rice ball, Miso soup, and Japanese tea) 300 yen.

Check in 3:00 PM Check out 10:00 AM

If you wish to reserve the room or questions about the guesthouse, please e-mail us.

Funaoka Onsen

Photo of Funaoka OnsenThree of our Sento baths are sauna baths and the other, an Onsen, is a natural hot spring bath. If you would like to experience another Onsen, we have some famous ones in our town. Funaoka Onsen is the one closest from our guesthouse.

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