1-15 Suwabirakichō Shimogyō-ku, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu 600-8832
Nishi Honganji Temple (founded in 1591)
A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Shimogyo Ward, this beautiful temple is decorated with intricate and colorful carvings.
“Aoshida” machiya lies a few streets over from Nishi Honganji, which is home to numerous historical temples and modern-day entertainment areas.
- Complimentary WIFI Internet
- Plasma TV
- Washing machine
- Washing detergent
- Air conditioner
- Induction Heating Cooker
- Rice cooker
- Hair dryer
- Iron & ironing board
- Toilet x 1
- Bathroom (Separate shower & bathtub)
- 1 Double bed, 2 Twin beds & 1 sofa bed
- Plates, cups & cutlery (enough for 4 guests)
- Kitchen cloth & sponge
- Kitchen detergent
- Green Tea leaves, Black Tea bags & Coffee
- Bath towel & face towel
- Shampoo, conditioner & body soap
- Cotton set
- Hand soap
*No pajamas/yukata will be provided. Please bring your own sleepwear for a pleasant night’s sleep
|From Kyoto Station to Aoshida by bus|
|-Approximately 13 minutes by bus:
|From Kyoto Station to Aoshida by taxi|
|– Approximately 10 minutes (about 2 kilometers)
*You can get to Kyoto station from Kansai International Airport by JR Express HARUKA line (approximately 80 minutes by train)
|1-15 Suwabirakichō Shimogyō-ku, Kyōto 600-8832|
|Address (in Japanese)|
|050 3786 2009 (10:00am-19:00pm)|
|+81 50 3786 2009 (10:00am-19:00pm)|
|Check in: 15:00-20:00
Check out: -10:00
Guest service time: 10:00-19:00
Please inform us in advance if you are due to arrive after 9pm.
① Le bac a sable
Serving breakfast from 7am to 11 am, they also sell organic vegetables and eggs from Kyoto.
② Cafe Rocca
Popular with the locals, the salad served with their morning set is very popular. They serve breakfast from 10am.
KyotoFeaturing Japanese sweets made with kinako roasted and ground there inside the store, they also have matcha dessert plates for the matcha lover.
With the only menu item during lunch their “Oyako-don” using fresh eggs, this is the place to visit if you’re looking for somewhere reasonably priced to enjoy a meal in the Gion area.
⑤ KYOCA Food Laboratory
A space dedicated to enjoying food and sharing knowledge. The 1st floor is filled with restaurants that use the fresh produce from the nearby market, while the 2nd floor houses specialty shops. They also periodically host events on the 3rd floor, ranging from cooking classes to workshops.
⑥ Gion Yata
Yata is a machiya-style establishment, with the first floor dedicated to the restaurant, and the bar located on the 2nd floor. They have both course menus and a la carte menus.
⑦ Kyoto Kougetsu
You can enjoy Kyoto-style Kaiseki courses with seasonal vegetables. We recommend the sashimi and nabe dishes using hamo, or pike congers.
⑧ Gion Emon
Not only can you enjoy sushi and other seafood cuisine here, they also offer a variety of Japanese sake and shochu, including local ones made in Kyoto, that would compliment the fish dishes.
⑨ Kyoto Railway Museum
Owned by the West Japan Railway Company, the original museum was built in 1972, but was expanded upon and reopened on April 29th, 2016. It is the largest railway museum in Japan, boasting the most number of trains with a total of 53 vehicle exhibits.
|Per night||Per guest|
|From 20,000 yen per night||From 10,000 yen per guest|
|From 23,000 yen per night||From 7,667 yen per guest|
|From 26,000 yen per night||From 6,000 yen per night|
This machiya house can accommodate up to 4 guests.
Rates will vary depending on season, date, and number of guests.
(Children who do not require bedding will not be included within the total number of guests.)
*Certain restrictions will apply. Please ask our staff members for more details.