There are over 1,700 Buddhist temples, 300 Shinto shrines, palaces and gardens, and some of Japan s top museums and galleries located in this city. Any guest will enjoy the combination of the new and old, which this city has to offer, and by staying at a ryokan gives the extra special atmosphere that Kyoto has to offer. (1009 yy) The rooms are Japanese style rooms only, with no beds. By day, the rooms are furnished with a low table and zabuton floor cushions on Japanese straw tatami mats. There is also a sitting area with two armchairs and a coffee table. By night, the room is transformed with Japanese futons to a sleeping area.All accommodation includes Japanese dinner and breakfast. The lobby is small size with some seating area overlooking a beautiful bamboo grove. There are two Japanese traditional buildings with a bamboo grove. Dinners are served privately in the guest rooms from 17 30 to 19 30. The same for breakfast, served from 07 30 to 09 00.The latest check in time is 19 30 to be sure to have dinner.
The ancient capital of Japan for over 1,000 years, Kyoto remains the most historically important city in Japan. Although there is so much to see and do in Kyoto, even a short-time visitor can soon get an appreciation of what this ancient capital has to offer. This ryokan is right in the centre of Kyoto and just front of the front of Yasaka shrine.