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.
Sanjusangen-do, a buddhist temple located in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto, was built in 1164. The temple, whose name literally means hall with 33 spaces between columns, is an impressive structure with a deep root in Kyoto’s history. Built by the Toyotomi family during their rule over Japan, the Main Southern Gate is of particular significance to the country as a cultural property.
"Zanmai-an" is a two-story, fully furnished Japanese-style machiya tucked away within a peaceful local neighborhood. This machiya has stood for over 100 years, immersed in Sanjusangen-do’s deep history, and provides a window through which to explore Higashiyama, where Kyoto’s most sought after attractions lie unexplored.