332-6 Kagiyachō Shimogyō-ku, Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi 600-8178
Tucked away within a small alley in an old-fashioned part of town lies “Tokiwa-an” machiya house. One stop away from the main Kyoto Station, this traditional Japanese house will provide you with a relaxing home during your stay in Kyoto.
The restored lattice frameworks and “mushikado” windows, a style inspired by children’s insect cages, perfectly complement the Japanese shingles—a distinctive feature of many traditional machiya. Gas lamps that reflect the historical nature of this house light the pathway that lead you towards this charming machiya house.
- Complimentary WIFI Internet
- Plasma TV
- Washing machine
- Washing detergent
- Air conditioner
- Induction Heating Cooker
- Rice cooker
- Hair dryer
- Iron & ironing board
- Toilet x 2
- Bathroom (Separate shower & bathtub)
- 2 Twin beds & 3 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 Tokiwa-an by Train|
|-Approximately 6 minutes by Train:
1. Take the Subway Karasuma Line
|From Kyoto Station to Tokiwa-an by Taxi|
|– Approximately 3 minutes by Taxi (about 1.2 kilometers)
*You can get to Kyoto station from Kansai International Airport by JR Express HARUKA line (approximately 80 minutes by train)
|332-6 Kagiyachō Shimogyō-ku, Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi 600-8178|
|Address (in Japanese)|
|075 708 5610 (10:00~19:00)|
|+81 75 708 5610 (10:00~19:00)|
|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.
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5.à peu près Kyoto
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|Per Night||Per Guest|
|From 24,000 yen
|From 12,000 yen
|From 27,000 yen
|From 9,000 yen
|From 30,000 yen
|From 7,500 yen
|From 33,000 yen
|From 6,660 yen
This machiya house can accommodate up to 5 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.