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Anzu-an

Starting From
2 Guests / Per Night
26,000 yen~
  • GUESTS~ 5 Guests
  • Bedrooms2 Bedroom(s)
  • Beds2 Bed(s)
  • Futons3 Futons
  • Bathroom1 Bathroom
  • toilet1 Toilet(s)
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Floor HeatingFloor Heating
  • KitchenKitchen
  • Electric StoveElectric Stove
  • MicrowaveMicrowave
  • TVTV
  • HairdryerHairdryer
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  • Washing MachineWashing Machine
  • IronIron
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  • AC (with Heater)AC (with Heater)

The design of the Kyoto machiya is steeped in tradition- from the white lattice windows to the clay tiled roofs and protruding wooden lattice windows. “Anzu-an” machiya house sits quietly on a small street. This bright and cozy machiya will welcome you into a house fitted with dark mahogany wood, traditional tatami mats, and calming white walls.

Each room of this house has been meticulously designed with incredible detail, and unique features– from the traditional tearoom inspired entranceway, to the blue-green stones featured in the bathroom. With the adept use of shadow and light, the design of this machiya embodies the ancient Japanese sense of beauty.

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Starting From
2 Guests / Per Night
26,000 yen~ Reserve Now

Rates will vary depending on season, date, and number of guests. Children under the age of 5 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.

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Facilities & Amenities
  • GUESTS~5 GUESTS
  • Bedrooms2 Bedrooms
  • Beds2 Beds
  • Futons3 Futons
  • Bathroom1 Bathroom
  • toilet1 Toilet(s)
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Floor HeatingFloor Heating
  • KitchenKitchen
  • Electric StoveElectric Stove
  • MicrowaveMicrowave
  • TVTV
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • AmenitiesAmenities
  • Washing MachineWashing Machine
  • IronIron
  • YukataYukata
  • AC (with Heater)AC (with Heater)
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Room Features

Room Features

  • Anzu-an Entrance The design of this space took influence from the traditional Japanese tearoom – details including a semicircular lampshade on the ceiling, and a paper partition serve to recreate this traditional room. Beautiful as much as it is functional, the tearoom found in Japanese homes served as a place to welcome company.

    From the “degoshi,” or protruding lattice windows, you can enjoy the interplay of shadow and light over the Kyoto scenery as the sun rises and sets.
  • Anzu-an Living Room “Washi,” delicately thin Japanese paper line the sliding doors and windows, while large wooden beams stretch across the ceiling to highlight the machiya architecture. Other details include: lacquer, plastered earthen walls, and fixtures (paneled doors) made by special techniques that date back to the Heian Period.
    ・Up to 2 Futon bedding can be set here
  • Anzu-an Kitchen A fully function kitchen, where you will be free to cook light meals during your stay. Inside the classic cupboard are traditional plates and utensils, and updated kitchen facilities.
  • Anzu-an Japanese-Style Room A tatami-lined room with a traditional wooden woven ceiling. Slide open the doors to the living room to create a single open space.
  • Anzu-an Bathroom The bathroom tiles are made from “Towadaishi,” which are blue-white and blue-green hued stones that can only be mined from a small region of Aichi Prefecture.
  • Anzu-an Garden Natural light and a gentle breeze pour in from the Japanese tsuboniwa garden. From the cypress wood-lined bathroom, guests can enjoy a beautiful view of the greenery in the courtyard garden. Please make yourself at home and enjoy your machiya stay.
  • Anzu-an Western-Style Bedroom (2F) The earthen walls of the western-styled bedroom have been plastered using a traditional technique in which layer after layer of clay are painstakingly applied. Rounding out this room is the reed ceiling, and the Japanese paper-lantern that provides a warm atmosphere for you to relax in.

    ・2 twin-sized beds will be set in this room.
  • Anzu-an Japanese-Style Room (2F) The large window of this room, know as a “mushikomado” (as it resembles an insect cage), provides plenty of natural light in the traditional Japanese-styled room. A wooden table at the end of the room is the perfect area for you to get ready for the day.

    When more than 4 guests stay, this room can be used as a bedroom.
    ・1 futon bedding will be set in this room.
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Local Information

Local Information

Offering a serene atmosphere where East meets West, and where balance between tradition and modern is achieved.
“Anzu-an” can be found between two main subway lines of Kyoto — the Karasuma Subway line, and the Keihan Line.

Take a train on either line to visit many of Kyoto’s most famous sightseeing attractions. To the west, you can travel to the grand Nijo Castle, or head north for a little hike in Kurama Mountain and take a dip in an outdoor onsen.

You’ll also be surround by a number of different bus stops. Grab the one-day Kyoto City bus pass to make the most of your stay in Kyoto. A short 5 minute walk north, towards the Shijo-Kawaramachi area, will lead you to the exciting shopping and dining district of Kyoto city.

Along the way, you’ll see a plethora of small local restaurants serving quintessential Japanese dishes, along with more western dishes with a Japanese twist, and numerous cafes. Head east towards the Kamogawa River if you are looking to taste a more traditional side of Kyoto — “kaiseki” dinner (traditional course meals) are a must in Kyoto!
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Access Information

Access Information

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FROM KYOTO STATION BY SUBWAY
-Approximately 12 minutes by Subway:
1) Take the Karasuma Line to "Shijo" Station
2) Take a short walk to "Karasuma" Station and transfer to the Hankyu Line.
3) Get off at "Kawaramachi" Station.
4) Walk 4 minutes to Anzu-an
FROM KYOTO STATION BY TAXI
- Approximately 8 minutes by Taxi (about 2.3 kilometers)

*You can get to Kyoto station from Kansai International Airport by JR Express HARUKA line (approximately 80 minutes by train)
ADDRESS
202-2 Kagiya-cho Shimogyo-ku Kyoto 600-8057 Japan
PHONE (DOMESTIC)
050 3786 2009 (10:00am-19:00pm)
PHONE (INTERNATIONAL)
+81 50 3786 2009 (10:00am-19:00pm)
EMAIL
info@kyoto-machiya-inn.com
OPERATING HOURS
Check in: 15:00-20:00
Check out: -10:00
Guest service time: 10:00-20:00
Please inform us in advance if you are due to arrive after 8pm
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Rates will vary depending on season, date, and number of guests. Children who do not require Bedsding will not be included within the total number of guests. *Certain restrictions will apply. Please ask our staff members for more details.