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It was a nice experience. Friendly staff, clean onsen.
The futon was a little thin and could feel the hard floor underneath. Wasn't a very nice sleep.
Wifi was only available in the lobby.
The food was nice. Crab hot pot was the highlight. A...More
The ryokan is located pretty near to Kyoto station - probably a 5 mins walk. And just round the corner, there's a JTB outlet. Hence, if you need to make any last min purchase or booking, its rather convenient. The staff are really nice and...More
Accommodation was comfortable in large clean rooms with ensuites (biggest rooms I had stayed in whilst in Japan!). The retro furniture from around the 70s was very kitsch but adequate. The meals were great and our hostess made sure we didnt want for anything, but...More
For Japanese coutumes the rooms are quit big, the comfort is OK with TV set, table and 2 sleeping places. Bathroom and toilet are separated but small, all in all interesting experience but for sure don't expect luxurious living, it is a traditional Ryokan and...More
We arrived in Kyoto, put our bags into lockers at the station, and took off on foot to find a place to stay.
We looked at a couple of hotels, then decided to find a Ryokan.
There were plenty to choose from, and this was...More
t will take you 4 minutes from JR Kyoto Station by foot. As the origin or destination of Kyoto travel, the traffic is very convenient.It is a quiet and comfortable Japanese-style hotel, even though located in front of the station.