・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.
In the eastern part of Kyoto “Rakutou” area, there are many temples and shrines,
including Ginkakuji Temple to the north of Kiyomizu-dera Temple,
which is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Kyoto.
There is a route down Kiyomizu-zaka slope from Kiyomizu-dera Temple to Kodai-dera Temple and Yasaka Shrine,
the Philosopher's Path that connects Nanzenji Temple and Ginkakuji Temple with its beautiful seasonal gardens,
and the Gion area where the traditional streetscape is still preserved.
If you come to Kyoto, you can't miss this place!
From the famous Kiyomizu Stage, you can see the whole city.
The Jishu Shrine on the grounds is said to be good for marriage and marital bliss.
The 120-meter wide main hall is lined with 1,000 standing statues of the thousand-armed Goddess of Mercy, with the seated statue of the thousand-armed Goddess of Mercy, a national treasure.
The historical Yasaka Shrine has been protecting Kyoto since before the Heian period. It is a power spot with an overwhelming presence in the Gion area.