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Hostel Mundo is a small and quite old hose in a residential area in Kyoto.
It's location is fine, with several bus stops nearby and several kiosks and markets in the vicinity also.
It's got very friendly staff and an authentic feeling. We had a...More
Really cosy, we stayed in the double bedroom which came with a heater as it did get chilly but overall the staff went out of their way to help us and the kitchen is great and well stocked!
If you want a budge hostel which...More
Very affordable, only had to pay on arrival. Managers were great and assisted with maps and advice whenever needed. B type room was one of the more spacious rooms with larger packing space in the cupboards.renting a bicycle was cheap and simple from the hostel.Great...More
Hostel Mundo is a really cool cosy place that's actually a traditional Japanese wooden house. My friend and I had the Japanese-style room with comfy bedding for three nights, after which we switched to the six-bed female-only dorm. We got a discount for the female...More
I would recommend this place for budget travelers in Kyoto. It is located in a residential area and near to main road, bus stops and local shops. The interior was very cool traditional design, like a ryokan but with cheaper rates. Shared small toilet but...More
USD 15 - USD 67 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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A district with a long textile heritage, ancient Kyoto is still alive in the Nishijin District. Studded with its weaving factories, tea houses, and onsen, the neighborhood is charming and peaceful with a self-possessed air. Less traveled than other parts of the city, it is a district where you can take it at your own pace. Visitors can explore the many weaving and cloth houses, the free kimono shows, and the many
shops selling traditional clothing and goods. Showcasing architecture with sloping roofs and wooden reliefs dating to decades past, the streets in the Nishijin District transport you back in time, making them a joy to wander.