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弁天橋/Bentembashi at 濠川/Agua, the boats were used to transport rice & sake from Edo era (since1603), now open for tourists, especially during spring time in April, when sakura trees along the riverbank reach their full bloom, 10~15 mins on foot to this spot (or 3mins by No.81 bus) Traditional Kyoto townhouse built in the early Showa era (1931)
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Secret Garden K.Y.O.T.O

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Secret Garden K.Y.O.T.O

5 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
1 bath
5 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
1 bath
HOME HIGHLIGHTS
Sparkling clean9 recent guests have said that this home was sparkling clean.
Hot tubThis is one of few homes in this area that has this feature.
Great check-in experience95% of recent guests gave this home’s check-in process a 5-star rating.

Traditional Kyoto house built in early Showa era(1931), well maintained & fitted with modern facilities. In a town famous for its Japanese sake making history, with some of the best known brands like Gekkeikan. Fushimi Inari shrine is also nearby. Sakura/riverside and temples are within walking distance.

Amenities

Wireless Internet
Kitchen
Hair dryer
Hangers
Shampoo
Heating

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Common spaces
1 floor mattress

House Rules

No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 10AM
Self check-in with keypad

Accessibility

Well-lit path to entrance
Flat path to front door

Availability

158 Reviews

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Mathias User Profile
Mathias
July 2018
Great place to stay in kyoto, close to all kinds of transport link and mainly just a beautiful house to stay in.
Georgia User Profile
Georgia
March 2018
The perfect nights stay for 2 days traveling in Kyoto. A lovely traditional house, warning the doorways are very low so if you're over 6ft watch your head! A bit far from the station so wouldn't recommend having large luggage but easy to find. There is a supermarket near by so ea…
Arron User Profile
Arron
December 2017
Great little place with some nice little touches. Bring dressing gown in the winter, the toilet is out in the cold.
Thomas User Profile
Thomas
March 2017
On my arrival to Japan my email account access was blocked; however the information given by the MH team in advance was so clear and helpful that luckily there were no issues getting into the apartment with the information that was provided on booking. Having all of this helpful …
Oli User Profile
Oli
August 2016
Lovely place to stay. Hosts were welcoming and responsive. Not too near the main attractions of Kyoto, but it's a nice walk to the train station through a covered market with restaurants and bakeries. House itself was lovely, a must if you're looking for something that feels more…
Anup User Profile
Anup
November 2015
The description was perfect. The instructions from the host were easy to follow and we found the house with no trouble at all. For those worried about the location being a little far from Kyoto Station - DON'T BE! The bus is super efficient and a regular service. The undergroun…
Charlyn User Profile
Charlyn
July 2018
Really close to local food vendors. Has authentic feel inside and outside the house. Great signage to help you find the place bus stop right next door near groceries

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Kyoto Prefecture, JapanJoined in February 2014
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Here in Kyoto, we aim to provide you with the most comfortable, clean and pleasant accommodation, at affordable prices. So come stay here and visit famous spots like Fushimi Inari Shrine and Kyomizu Temple in the nearby areas. Our local train line Keihan railways even gives you t…
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