Amongst countless temples and shrines, and stone-cobbled streets of Kyoto, lie machiya townhouses - which served as both a home and shopfront. The second floor was where families dwelled and cultivated traditions that came to define the city of Kyoto.
Nestled above a kimono shop on the bustling Gojo Dori street, "Hinaya Gojo Ichi" machiya house is a reminder of the traditional way of living. Walk through a noren curtain and down a corridor to find a quiet garden greeting you into a space full of tradition and history.
The single-floor, open-concept machiya is perfect for couples or smaller groups of families and friends. The exposed wooden beams and traditional Kyoto woodwork offers a cozy and elegant atmosphere.
Reserve alongside Hinaya Gojo Ni, a neighbouring house, to accommodate up to 8 guests.