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Very nice and charming old-style guesthouse. Very convenient (common room, equipped kitchen), clean and quiet. Staff is also very kind. I highly recommend this place !!!
Affordable room rates. Possibility to use the washing machine.
The staff was generous and helpful. They were keeping the place neat and clean all the time. The well-equipped kitchen had free rice (white and brown), coffee, leaf tea, spices, cooking oil and soy sauce. It was easy to burn the meal on the electric...More
Right in the middle of the city, NOT near station - but easy to get to on bus 12 or 101. (ignore booking.com instructions - seriously?) - english spoken, spotlessly clean, small traditional guesthouse. Great!
Can't believe this a hostel! Had the sophisticated design detail of a classy hotel, embracing traditional Japanese architecture (from use of main area tatami mat to a genius open-aired bathroom enclave with a rock fountain for hand washing) perfectly merged with all the modern comforts....More
We spend 2 nights there. Charming place with very narrow stairs (may become death trap if you are drunk so better stay sober as we did) . Good location, nice service, clean room and price was reasonable. 5/5 - would accommodate at
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USD 21 - USD 57 (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.