Sumitsugu | 清水五条 墨継ぐ
32-14 Gojōbashihigashi 2-chōme Higashiyama-ku, Kyōto 605-0846
Gojo Ohashi Bridge
Kyoto is famous for giving birth to numerous stories and legends that paint a picture of its rich history. Gojo-Ohashi Bridge is just one of numerous historical places only a few minutes walk away from Sumitsugu machiya house.
This famous bridge is where the legendary battle of Benkei (a Japanese warrior monk) & a young Yoshitsune (a future military commander) took place. In addition to being a historical site, this area is home to rows of Japanese cherry blossoms that bloom pink & white in the spring, and display vibrant colors during the autumn months.
- Complimentary WIFI Internet
- Bluetooth Speaker (1st Floor)
- Plasma TV
- Washing machine
- Washing detergent
- Air conditioner (each room)
- Induction Heating Cooker
- Rice cooker
- Hair dryer
- Iron & ironing board
- Toilet x 2 (1st Floor x 1; 2nd Floor x 1)
- Bathroom (Separate shower & bathtub)
- 2 Twin beds & 6 Futon mattress
- Cookware / Diningware
- Plates, cups & cutlery (enough for 8 guests)
- Kitchen cloth & sponge
- Kitchen detergent
- Floor Heating (1st floor Living Room/Japanese Room area)
- 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 Sumitsugu by Train|
|-Approximately 13 minutes by Train:
|From Kyoto Station to Sumitsugu by Taxi|
|Approximately 10 minutes (Taxi fare is approximately 960 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)
|32-14 Gojōbashihigashi 2-chōme Higashiyama-ku, Kyōto 605-0846|
|Address (in Japanese)|
|〒 605-8376 東山区五条橋東2-32-14|
|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 8pm.
① エフィッシュ efish
A cafe, gallery, and shop located along the Kamogawa River. This cute cafe is perfect for a rainy day, or a lazy afternoon. Look out of the big window to enjoy a beautiful view of Higashiyama mountains and the Kamo river. They offer everything from sandwiches, cakes, curry, coffee, to alcoholic beverages. We recommend trying their daily special soup and cake. Open daily from 11:00am ~ 10:00pm
②枝魯枝魯ひとしな Giro Giro Hitoshina
If you are looking for some casual Kaiseki (traditional multi-course dinner) with a modern twist, then we recommend trying this restaurant. A small and intimate dining space, there is only one menu course menu available– changing on a monthly basis. Each dish is created using fresh seasonal ingredients, and innovative in both taste and presentation. Course meals are under 5,000 yen a person, and reservations are a must!
A famous traditional restaurant that was first established more than 320 years ago, Hanabeifu serves a variety of dishes using “fu” (麩; wheat gluten made from soybeans) and “yuba” (tofu skin). Tofu baked and coated with miso, “nama-fu” (raw fu), fried yuba, desserts, and other specialties are offered here. This restaurant is perfect for vegetarians looking to try traditional Japanese cuisi ne, but is sure to satisfy non-vegetarians, too! Please ask our staff members if you would like assistance in making a reservation.
④ 辨慶 東山店 Benkei
A restaurant whose name is inspired by the famous tale of a warrior monk. This long-established udon noodles restaurant is located down the road of Gojo Oohashi. They serve simple, traditional-style udon noodles, in addition to other variations served with tempura an curry. Curry udon noodles are t heir most popular dish – we guarantee that you will not get tired of their tasty flavored dishes no matter how many times you go!
Harise was first established during the Edo Period, and is currently run by the 12th generation owner/chef. Seasonal Kaiseki dishes (Kyoto Cuisine), with each dish carefully wonderfully made and presented before you. You can also buy Chirimen Sansho (topping often eaten together with rice) as a souvenir, or participate in their traditional Japanese cooking class! (Lunch: courses starting at 8000 yen, for dinner courses a reservation is required)
⑥ 蜃気楼 Shinkirou
How about lunch at a restaurant that is loved and frequently visited by maiko and geisha? Located within Miyagawa-cho and a former ochaya (where maiko and geiko live and work), this eatery serves casual dishes that are reminiscent of Japanese home cooked meals. We recommend trying their tempura lunch plate or one of their daily special lunch sets.
The Japanese sweets at this store are a must-try if you are in Kyoto. A sweets store that serves yo-fu wagashi (洋風和菓子; Japanese-Western fusion sweets). Using ingredients such as Uji green tea, and infusing it in Roll cakes, Japanese purin (custard pudding), and more. We highly recommend to try their Uji Green Tea parfait, using high quality green tea from Uji.
*Information last updated on December 10th, 2016
|From 36,000 yen per night||From 18,000 yen
|From 39,000 yen per night||From 13,000 yen
|From 42,000 yen per night||From 10,500 yen
|From 45,000 yen per night||From 9,000 yen
|From 48,000 yen per night||From 8,000 yen
|From 51,000 yen per night||From 7,286 yen
|From 54,000 yen per night||From 6,750 yen
This machiya house can accommodate up to 8 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.