In your first message to us, please make sure to write your:
Age, Gender, Country, Kyoto arrival date, Number of guests, and Type of Identification
There is another room plan called Peach (a private room with tatami mat for 1 to 3 guests).
There is another room plan called Cherry Blossoms (a private room for 1 to 3 guests).
There is a male/female dormitory-style shared room plan called Plum (up to 4 guests).
About this Plan ("The Entire House")
Air Conditioners in each bed rooms, A Set of Bath Towel, Face Towel and Too Brush for each bed in the rooms.
With this plan, you will be renting the whole house for your stay.
About Our Guest House
The guest house is located in the Fushimi area of Kyoto, where there are many historic attractions that are great for sightseeing. It's a small and homely guest house near Fushimi Inari, the building of which has been remodeled from an old Machiya.
About the Neighborhood & Access
Fushimi Inari Taisha is 800 meters east of the guest house (7 min walk)
Kamogawa is 300 meters west of the guest house (2 min walk)
Great access to Kyoto Station, Tofuku-ji Temple, Toji Temple, Sanjusangendo, Chionin, Kiyomizudera Temple, and Gion
Close to JR Inari Station and Keihan Fushimi Inari Statation
If you use a bus to come to our house, you're advised to get off at the Fukakusa Shimogawaracho Stop.
If you are coming by a bus from JR Kyoto Station, you're advised to take the one bound for Fukakusa Shimogawaracho, Kyoto Shiei Bus #81. It takes about 15 minutes from the station to the stop.
If you use a bicycle, from the guest house: (approximately)
JR Inari Station (15 min), Kyoto Station (10 min), Tofuku-ji Temple (11 min), Kiyomizudera Temple) (25 min), Toji Temple (12 min), Gion (27 min)
Nearby facilities: (by walking)
Seven Eleven (2 min), McDonald's (5 min), Drug Store (8 min), Sukiya (10 min), Supermarket (10 min), Ramen Shop (10 min), Bank (12 min), Family Mart (12 min), Home Center Konan (12 min), Supermarket Matsumoto (12 min), Subway Kuinabashi Station (13 min), Supermarket LIFE (2 min)
Shared Toilet/Shower Room, Shampoo & Body Soap available
You can use our hair dryer for free.
There is a public bath near the guest house (Fushimi Onsen: 7 min walk, Mon-Sun 16:30-24:00, Closed on first and third mondays of a month, 410 yen)
Guests can use shared fridge, microwave, and hot water dispenser.
Guest can use shared washing machine. Guests must use their own detergent.
Please be courteous to others when using washing machine and other things that make noise.
If the weather is good, it may be possible to hang laundry in the sun for drying.
Drying Machine is available for a fee.
One set of Face Towel, Bath Towel, and Tooth Brush will be provide to a guest for no additional charge.
You can use free Wi-Fi in the guest house.
There are no TV sets.
The guest house doesn't come with a parking space. If you need to park a car, please use a coin parking nearby.
Rental Bicycle: 500 yen per day.(Limited availability, from 8 am to 8 am the following day
There is a bicycle parking space, but with no roof above it.
If you come to our guest house by bicycle, please let us know well in advance.
Additional Rental Face Towel (50 yen)
Additional Rental Bath Towel (100 yen)
Additional Tooth Brush (50 yen)
No meals are included in your plan.
You're advised to bring your own amenities and sleeping wears, as they are not provided.
Security code key system at the front entrance
We will give your the security code at the time of check-in. Please ask our staff..
About Our Front Desk
Check-in: 4 pm - 9 pm, Check-out: 8 am - 11 am
If your check-in time is likely to be after 9 pm, please let us know well in advance.
After 9 pm, we will not be able to take phone calls or check/reply to emails.
When you check out, please leave sheets, towels, and the list of important notices on the bed.
For those who are not from Japan, we may require copies of passport.
Front Desk open hours: 8 am - 9 pm (Closed from 11:00 am to 4 pm)
We cannot keep your luggage at our front desk. Please use our free dial-lock system lockers.Get the full listing »