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.
Reserve alongside Hinaya Gojo Ichi, a neighbouring house, to accommodate up to 8 guests.