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A 7-minute walk from Sanjusangendo Temple with its 1,001 bronze statues, a stylish machiya inspired by brilliant metallics Shakudo-an Kiyomizu-Gojo Station Kiyomizudera Temple Sanjyusangendo Temple

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2 Guests / Per Night (Avg. rate)
30,000 yen
  • GUESTS~ 5 Guests
  • Bedrooms2 Bedroom(s)
  • Beds2 Bed(s)?Single × 2Semi-double × 0Double × 0Sofa × 0
  • Futons3 Futons
  • Bathroom1 Bathroom
  • toilet2 Toilet(s)
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Floor HeatingFloor Heating
  • KitchenKitchen
  • Electric StoveElectric Stove
  • MicrowaveMicrowave
  • TVTV
  • Apple TVApple TV
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • AmenitiesAmenities
  • Washing MachineWashing Machine
  • IronIron
  • YukataYukata
  • AC (with Heater)AC (with Heater)

Rates will vary depending on season, date, and number of guests. Children 5 years of age and under, who do not require bedding, do not need to be included within the total number of guests.

Embellished in bronze, copper and silver.

A traditional machiya that re-imagines rustic materials in a gorgeous, modern design. Like warm rust colours and polished metals, marvel at this sophisticated space refined by time and history. Surround yourself in the warmth and boldness of “Shakudo-an”.

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Starting From
2 Guests / Per Night
30,000 yen (Avg. rate)

Rates will vary depending on season, date, and number of guests. Children 5 years of age and under, who do not require bedding, do not need to be included within the total number of guests.

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Facilities & Amenities
  • GUESTS~5 GUESTS
  • Bedrooms2 Bedrooms
  • Beds2 Beds?Single × 2Semi-double × 0Double × 0Sofa × 0
  • Futons3 Futons
  • Bathroom1 Bathroom
  • toilet2 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)
Floor Map
Floor Map
Room Features

Room Features

  • Shakudo-an Bold metallics and traditional design Enter to see a modern interpretation of the circular window typically found in tea ceremony rooms. The round shape frames and softens the silver and bronze tilework.
  • Shakudo-an Exquisite kitchen Find sleek copper lighting over a kitchen island based on the traditional ‘okudo’ stone hearth. A stone border inspired by Zen gardens invites serenity into the space.
    ・Heated Flooring
  • Shakudo-an Japanese living room Appreciate delicate design elements here. ‘Shoji’ sliding doors, braided wooden ceiling and a ‘tokonoma’ art display space are all features of a traditional tea ceremony room.
    ・TV
    ・Heated Flooring
    ・1 x Japanese futon bedding
  • Shakudo-an Three gardens Enjoy a garden view from anywhere on the first floor. In the front, find a beautiful stone arrangement. In the back, bask by the fresh garden from the veranda or Japanese living room.
  • Shakudo-an A soothing space to rest A ‘tokonoma’ with a wispy metallic art and copper lighting are found here. Rich woodwork and the wooden ceiling envelope the room in warmth.
    ・2 x Twin Beds
  • Shakudo-an Retreat to this playful bedroom Notice the open architecture of the high ceilings. Slide open the window in the wall to find an entrance way into the tea ceremony room.
    ・2 x Japanese Futon Bedding
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Local Information

Local Information

7-minute walk from the famous Higashiyama district, surrounded by ancient temples and shrines
From “Shakudo-an”, a 7-minute walk brings you to Sanjusangendo Temple, Japan’s longest wooden structure that famously houses 1,001 bronze statues of Kannon.

Stroll along Sannenzaka, one of Kyoto’s most atmospheric streets - just 10-minutes from home on foot. Take in the feeling of Old Japan as you peruse shops specializing in Kiyomizu ceramics, matcha sweets and traditional kimono textiles. Wander the slopes of Higashiyama leading up to Kiyomizudera Temple, the renowned UNESCO world heritage site, a mere 13-minute walk north of “Shakudo-an”.

Experience ochaya teahouses, kaiseki fine cuisine, kabuki theatre and more in Gion, Kyoto’s historical geiko district. Enjoy convenient access from home - Gion is just 1 subway stop from Kiyomizu-Gojo Subway Station, a 11-minute walk from “Shakudo-an”.
Access Information

Access Information

  • Access
  • Address
FROM KYOTO STATION BY BUS
- Approximately 20 minutes by bus

1) Take the #206 "Kitaoji Bus Terminal" or #86 "Sanjo Keihan" bus from Kyoto Station bus stop
2) Get off at "Umamachi" bus stop
3) Walk to Shakudo-an (approx. 1 minute on foot)

*You can get to Kyoto station from Kansai International Airport by JR Express HARUKA line (approximately 80 minutes by train)
FROM KYOTO STATION BY TAXI
Approximately 10 minutes (2.9 km; Taxi fare is approximately 1,000 yen)

Please show the following instructions to your taxi driver:
「七条東大路通りを北へ上がり、ホテル東山閣を越え、都写真館前までお願いします。
修道しゃくどう庵は西の路地へ徒歩30m進んだ左手にございます。」

*You can get to Kyoto station from Kansai International Airport by JR Express HARUKA line (approximately 80 minutes by train)
ADDRESS
427−9 Myohoin Maekawa-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto-fu 605-0932