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Tsukimikan

160-4 Taichoro Momoyamacho Fushimi-ku, Kyoto 602-8034 , Kyoto Prefecture
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09/07/2017 10/07/2017
1 room
  • 1 room
    2 adults
    • 2 adults
      0 children
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        Traveller (21)
        Dining (12)
        Hotel & Grounds (10)
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        Hanayashiki Ukifuneen
        101 reviews
        #1 of 8 hotels in Uji
         
        Seizanso
        26 reviews
        #4 of 8 hotels in Uji
         
        Aiso
        10 reviews
        #8 of 8 hotels in Uji
         
        Gion Sano
        54 reviews
        #120 of 369 hotels in Kyoto
         
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        1 - 5 of 15 reviews

        Reviewed 15 February 2017

        My girlfriend and I - both afficionados for travelling in Japan - visited Kyoto in November 2016 and was fortunate to be able to come across this cosy ryokan nearby Kangetsukyo. The okami was very welcoming when we arrived, immediately addressing us by our last...More

        1  Thank kyleyth
        Reviewed 12 October 2016

        I travel a lot, all around the US and the world, but this was hands down my favorite experience. The staff is BEYOND wonderful and friendly, they made me feel right at home. The food is plentiful and delicious, and they always had tea and...More

        1  Thank kimgraff
        Reviewed 19 December 2015

        My husband and I spent three wonderful nights at Tsukimikan and were impressed by the level of attention and care we received from the hotel manager and staff. The rooms were large, traditional Japanese rooms with tatami mats and very comfortable futons on the floor....More

        Thank Karen V
        Reviewed 10 July 2014

        If you want to experience the true style of living in Japan, this is the place. Sleep on a futon on the floor, wear an "indoor kimono", sit on your knees (until they lose contact with your body and they hurt so much you just...More

        2  Thank megatrond21
        Reviewed 12 December 2016
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        Hanayashiki Ukifuneen
        101 reviews
        #1 of 8 hotels in Uji
         
        Seizanso
        26 reviews
        #4 of 8 hotels in Uji
         
        Aiso
        10 reviews
        #8 of 8 hotels in Uji
         
        Gion Sano
        54 reviews
        #120 of 369 hotels in Kyoto
         
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        • Price range
        • US$283 - US$537 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
        • Hotel Style
        • #128 Top resorts Hotel in Kyoto
        • Number of rooms
        • 10
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        • Location
        • Japan >
        • Kinki >
        • Kyoto Prefecture >
        • Kyoto
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        "Book early & avoid peak season to enjoy bigger rooms for less. Definitely choose the plans with kaiseki..."
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        "second floor has traditional Japanese toilets, but first floor has western versions"
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        "The rooms upstairs get awfully hot in the summer."
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