An anciet Kyoto townhouse with over 100 years of history. The house is a 2-storey wooden building (non-smoking) with no elevator. The building used to be a tea house, but has been renovated to accommodate guests. This area was the home to the imperial family dueing the Heian era, and as expected is rich in history and culture. This area was also featured as the setting for a section of the Japanese novel The Tale of Genji (Genji Monogatari), which is famous as being the first novel in the world. After check-in and a short explanation of the facility, guests are free to come and go as they please - it's not so much "staying" like in a hotel, but more like "living" in your own Kyoto house! Meals are not provided, but guests are free to make use of the fully-furnished kitchen. Please try not to cook anything too smelly though! Amenities like shampoo, tea and coffee are provided. Car parking is available nearby.
- This lodging requires payment beforehand. After reservation, details on how to carry out payment will be sent by email to customers' registered email addresses.