A machiya with sky-high ceilings, exposed wooden beams and a "goemonburo" cauldron bathtub that is perfect for relaxation, "Hinaya Gojo Ni" is inspired by the aesthetic appreciation of two Japanese artifacts: Kiyomizu ceramics and Kiso lacquer ware.
"Hinaya Gojo Ni" is not only located at the foothills of the world-famous Kiyomizudera Temple, but it is also in the very centre of the celebrated Kiyomizu ceramics district. Ceramic pieces in the distinct Kiyomizu-style can be found throughout the house.
Red lacquerware is another specialty of Japan-- with its color said to complement the flavors of a Japanese meal. This vibrant color is featured in the dining and kitchen area to remind us of this honored tradition.
There is an adjoining "Hinaya Gojo Ichi" machiya house. When reserved together, up to 8 guests can be accommodated.
Reserve alongside Hinaya Gojo Ichi, a neighbouring house, to accommodate up to 8 guests.