・Due to the hotel's amenity policy, we do not supply toothbrushes, hairbrushes, or shavers in the rooms.
・The entire facility is non-smoking and there is no designated smoking area.
Karasuma Dori, Kawaramachi Dori and Shijo Dori stretching north from Kyoto Station,
the gateway to the ancient capital of Kyoto, is one of the city's most popular shopping districts.
This is an area where you can enjoy shopping and gourmet food as well as strolling around the city.
There are lots of little shops and hideaway cafes.
Ryosokuin Temple is the head temple of the Kenninji School of the Rinzai sect of Buddhism, founded by Zenji Ryuzan Tokumi, who is a descendant of the Horyu School, the lineage of the Myoan Eisei Zenji, the founder of Kenninji Temple. Ryosokuin Temple was the core of the Kenninji school of scholarship until the middle of the Muromachi era (1336-1573), when it was awarded the highest honor, the Shuo-Gaku-roku (Distinguished Scholar's stipend), which was given to the most outstanding priest of the Gozan group.
Kamogawa Park is located on the riverbank of the Kamo River, which runs through the center of Kyoto City. This waterfront greenery stretching from north to south across the refreshing river is a popular place for people to refresh themselves in the middle of the city.
The main shrine of the 12,000 or so Tenmangu shrines in Japan. The shrine is dedicated to Sugawara Michizane, who was a scholar and politician in the Heian period (794-1192) and is now widely worshipped as a god of learning. The main building of the shrine, a national treasure, was built by Hideyori Toyotomi, and it is a gorgeous Momoyama architecture called Yatsumune-zukuri. It is famous for its plum blossoms and autumnal leaves, and you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of each season.
From the time the capital was moved from Nagaoka-kyo to Heian-kyo in 794, until the transfer of the capital to Tokyo in the wake of the Meiji Restoration, this was the residence of the emperor (the inner sanctuary) in Kyoto. The Kyoto Imperial Palace is said to have been established at its present location around the time of the Nanbokucho period. The Kyoto Imperial Palace was destroyed by fire on several occasions and has been rebuilt each time. The present building was constructed during the Ansei era (1854) after the great fire of 1854. Shishinden contains the imperial throne, Takamikura, where the accession ceremonies of the Taisho and Showa Emperors were held.
You can experience the world of tea, such as matcha in an authentic tea room, in a special space where you can fully experience the world of tea. You can enjoy the profound world of tea, from authentic tea experiences to sweets that make the best use of Uji tea.
You can enjoy hand-woven sushi in a simple, modern shop with a view of the tsuboniwa garden. AWOMB Kimono", our original brand of Japanese daily wear, and other general merchandise are also available at the Karasuma store, and we propose a lifestyle through "food".
The soft light that envelops a space and a life is "light that embraces people's heart". At the Akari Design & Work, you can experience creating a gentle light using Washi, which has been used since ancient times in Japan.
Kawai Shrine is dedicated to the eternal desire of women for beauty. The shrine is especially popular among women because of its belief in the god of beauty, Tamayorihime no Mikoto.
Lying down and chatting with each other, you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon at this relaxing cafe.