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We stayed for three nights and loved every minute. Its location could not be better. Close to main roads and subways, less than 100 meters from Pontocho and Kiya-machi dori where you can find endless number of restaurants, bars and stores in a very lovely...More
This is the most amazing place to stay in Japan. Our room, RAN, lived like a studio apartment in traditional Japanese style with every high-tech convenience. We stayed 8 nights and felt we were in our own home. Jun, the manager, is fabulous and provided...More
Wow! My husband and I were totally blown away by this place. Firstly, the service was impeccable - from the moment we arrived, through to the minute we left, the staff were helpful and friendly and breakfast was delicious. Secondly, the room...totally charming, very traditional,...More
Yadoya Dejavu is tucked away on a side street off of Kyoto's main drag. Very spacious, comfortable room with a huge bed. Large whirlpool bath in the very well appointed bathroom. Nice Japanese style breakfast. Staff speak enough English too! Easy to get anywhere from...More
Stayed at Yadoya-Dejavu for two nights
One of the best location walkable to most tourist areas in Kyoto like temples, shrines, shopping, food and Gion district
The room was fantastic. And beautifully designed with great attention to detail. The staff was super kind and helpful...More
Though small by comparison, Pontocho is one of Kyoto's most spirited and memorable neighborhoods. A narrow street straddling the Kamogawa River, it is Kyoto's busiest nightlife spot. When darkness falls, Pontocho's many signs and lanterns bolt to life, making the area glow with invitations to passers-by to come inside and pull up a chair. Its restaurants and bars sprawl onto the riverbank, providing a friendly
atmosphere and delicious food. Verandas are always filled with people young and old crowding tables, biting into hot yakitori or sipping cold beers. It is a culinary heart of Kyoto as much as one of its most laid-back, clamorous, and entertaining evening hotspots. Pontocho has more of an amiable vibrancy to it than an elegant one, attracting newcomers, local veterans, and everyone in between, in casual attire like sneakers and jeans.