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Amazing staff, clean rooms. Japan-style room is great! Will definitely stay again.
I liked that it is close to Gion, but at the same time it was 5 minutes further away from Gion and the city, so it was in an area with less or almost no tourists. The walking tour to the hotel from Gion was special, since you pass through a shinto temple - even at night. Location also very close to park and other temples. We booked this to get a roykan experience and the rooms are furnished according to Japanese tradition - with futons at night and table at day time. For us, it was maybe a too safe roykan experience, because the only thing it gave us was that we slept on the floor and it cost more than a normal hotel. I guess my complaint also is grounded in the fact that the staff took the liberty to ask if it was OK to let our futons be out all day. With that question my illusion of having a roykan experience totally vanished.
the room was neat and the futons confortable. staff intruding in our room without permission
the hotel had an excellent location, the room was a ryokan and it had its own bathroom and toilet and a small hall. for hotels in japan pretty large.
Friendly staff who provided a very warm and welcoming experience. The maintain a beautiful, relaxing, and clean ryokan. It was not central enough--a good 25-30 minute walk to get to downtown, Kyoto. But it was close to the train station.
Good location not far from Kyoto's train station. Nice and affordable Japanese style experience! This is a bit tiny for a Western guy (especially the bathroom) but it's fun. Great and helpful staff.
very nice traditional japanese room, very friendly and helpful staff n.a.
Most of the staff can speak good English and are able to provide good information about the city. I stayed in the Japanese style room alone but I think is is spacious enough for 2 person. It is much bigger than those budget hotels I had stayed in Toyko and Osaka. There is a bath tub which is good for me as I did a lot of walking in Kyoto. It provided a warm comfort to me every night after I returned to the Ryokan. The Ryokan is not exactly near to the Kyoto Station. It takes about 10-15 minutes to walk there. If you are carrying a lot of luaggages, I would suggest you take a bus there whichi is 2 bus stops away.
Nice place, friendly staff, close to Kyoto train station and several temples within walking distance. A little far from Gion - which is where the nightlife and restaurants tend to be - but the regular buses help there.
Small cozy hotel, conveniently located in a nice area a 15 minute walk from the Kyoto train station. Priced a little high for the rather simple room.
Excellent location for us! The staff was amazing and so helpful translating and giving tips .... they helped with taxi and even to order takeout .... traditional Japanese style lodging made us feel right at home... however if you are expecting five star hotel comfort, this is not the place for you... futon traditional style beds and tiny bathroom... but we loved the experience
Nice hotel, very friendly staff and very clean. Difficult to find - not signed Kyomachiya OR Ryokan and looks like any other building on the street.
The Japanese style rooms were comfortable, tea pot and cups available. Check-out at 10 am. Seemed not very clean outside the rooms.
Big room, nice staff, great location Bed
I booked a Japanese style of room. The Japanese style room is really bigger than the former standard room I booked in another Kyoto hotel with the similar rent. Also, I felt it was interesting and comfortable to sleep on the floor. The room was warm enough in November due to the air-conditioner. The towels were put in a clean box in the bedroom, but not in the bath room as usual. So I felt a little embarrassed after showing when I had to go out of the bath room to pick up the towels, where the point is "naked"...
I experienced a Ryokan-type room, tatami mats, futons, shoji screens, roomy, hot bath, futon made up each day, meals delivered. The hotel was run down, the food wasn't very good, the tub was in a dark basement and offered hot, chlorine treated water. I suggest staying instead in an authentic Ryokan, near hot springs, in the mountains.