Kumashu-an | 熊秀庵
347-3 Furushirochō Nakagyō-ku, Kyōto 604-0045
Kyoto — the former capital of Japan — is not only known for its unique history, but the cityscape and layout of the city itself.
When exploring the streets, and navigating your way through the city, you will notice that the streets have of Kyoto have been designed in a grid pattern. Each road runs North & South, or East to West, with the Imperial Palace located within the heart of the city.
Hidden amongst these streets is Kumashu-an machiya house, a private & quiet retreat during your stay in Kyoto.
- 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)
- 2 Twin beds & 2 Futon mattress
- Plates, cups & cutlery
- 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 Kumashu-an by Subway|
|-Approximately 15 minutes by train:
|From Kyoto Station to Kumashu-an by Taxi|
|-Approximately 15 minutes (Taxi fare is between 1200 yen to 1,500 yen)
*You can get to Kyoto station from Kansai International Airport by JR Express HARUKA line (approximately 80 minutes by train)
|347-3 Furushirochō Nakagyō-ku, Kyōto 604-0045|
|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 Furuta ふる田
Having a classical Japanese house as the setting, you can enjoy charcoal grilled dishes carefully cooked on the owner’s specialty grill, along with authentic Kaiseki. Keep in mind that a reservation is required (only open from 17.00pm to 20.30pm).
② 鉄板ななめ焼 KOKKO
The owner of this Yakitori (skewered chicken) restaurant used to be a bartender, thus they offer an excellent drink menu. The atmosphere is casual and this is a great place to go when you want to be satisfied with delicious foods that suit your budget. Opens at 18.00pm – closed on Tuesdays.
③ Alpha foods&drink
Opened in October 2015, this café has been featured in a lot of magazines due its popularity and uniqueness of their “cotton candy raincloud coffee” and “flowerpot cake”. It is not rare to find a long queue in front of the café on weekends.
④ しろはとベーカリー Shirohato Bakery
This bakery opens at 07:00am and is highly popular among locals. The owner uses mainly brown-rice flour in his bread. We recommend trying their bagel sandwiches. Closed on Sunday and Monday.
⑤ 岩さき Iwasaki
A Michelin ranked restaurant just a few minutes from your machiya house. Watch Chef Yoshinori Iwasaki masterfully prepare your kaiseki from the comfort of your counter seat, but be sure to make a reservation ahead of time as space is limited and demand is high. Lunch courses start from 5000 yen, dinner courses from 10,000 yen. Closed on Sundays.
⑥ 丸久小山園 Marukyu Koyamaen
Marukyu Koyamaen ranks among the foremost producers of fine teas in Japan. Facing a small Japanese zen garden, the café gives a very relaxing and elegant feeling. We recommend trying their Matcha roll cake set including a tea of your choice for 1200 yen. (English menu available)
|Per night||Per guest|
|From 27,000 yen per night||From 13,500 yen per guest|
|From 30,000 yen per night||From 10,000 yen per guest|
|From 33,000 yen per night||From 8,250 yen per guest|
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.