North of Daitokuji Temple
Walking distance to Daitokuji Temple and Imamiya Shrine
Fully renovated by Hachise on Sep, 2020.
Tatami room with shadow and tranquility
In the Tatami room next to the entrance, there is an alcove with a iron pole in the middle. The deep texture of iron, which is simple yet has a strong presence, help creats a unique atmosphere with natural objects such as plants and minerals. In addition, the walls of the alcove are made of a material that reflects the lighting and shines brightly, giving it a luxurious feel. Here is where you can appreciate the beautiful shadows and tranquility to your heart's content.
Materials to the finest detail
The alcove with the iron pole, denim-rimmed foldings of the Tatami mats, beautiful green garden planting, Japanese Washi wallpaper, kitchen tiles with a rare glaze texture, and flooring that combines lattice and acrylic that sheds light on the first floor, retro glasses, and so on. Carefully selected materials add flavor to each space inside the house.
Peacefulness at the Japanese & Western style living room
While firmly inheriting traditional Japanese elements such as the magnificent goronbo wood beams and Japanese Washi wallpaper, the wooden flooring and retro bracket lights help the furnitures with both Japanese and Western tastes fit comfortably. The kitchen island allows you to enjoy cooking and gathering with family and friends for some leisure family time.
01. Daitokuji Temple
Daitokuji has a long relationship with the historical figures of tea ceremony, such as Ikkyu Monk, Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. In Obai-in temple, you may be able to see rare special displays in spring and autumn. You can also join Zen mediation during different seasons of the year.
02. Imamiya Shrine
Imamiya Shrine has over a thousand year of history. This Shinto shrine is famous for hosting the Yasurai Festival in April and the Imamiya Festival in May, prayers for good health, and its purportedly magical stone that is said to bring good fortune.
03. Ichimonjiya Wasuke
This restaurant selling Aburi-mochi, a specialty of the Imamiya Shrine, is a restaurant with a history of more than 1000 years. A bite-sized porridge covered with kinako powder on a bamboo-stick, and after burning on a charcoal fire, the fragrant aroma of Aburi-mochi that is covered with white miso sauce is a tempting appetite.
An antique cafe that has been renovated from a former JA bank. It has a relaxed atmosphere like a private hideout.
05. hoco cafe
This machiya cafe stands out from its vivid vermilion wall. The cafe has moved from Tokyo Ebisu to Kyoto. Rustic baked goods using domestic ingredients are popular.
06. Supermarket Kamimoto
A popular supermarket that is oopular among the locals. It is located a little west from Omiya Dori, the main street.
07. Circus coffee
A 100 year old machiya renovated into a roastery that serves "specialty coffee". The Coffee Bean Master searches for clean specialty coffees without clutter from all over the world, and brings them back to the roastery. Find your favorite coffee or get it as a souvenir for your friends and family.
08. Cafe Mebae
A bookstore/cafe that collects only picture books. In the store, which has been converted from a machiya townhouse, there are approximately 600 titles of picture books, from masterpieces to new titles. All of these picture books were carefully selected by qualified specialists.
09. Dari K
A "bean to bar" cholocate maker originated from Kyoto using. The chocolates are made with the finest cocoa beans from Indonesia. Cocoa made snacks are great Omiyage gifts that you can share with your family and friends.
|Property Price||36,800,000 JPY (Approx. USD *1JPY= USD) *Oct 23, Price Changed|
|Conditions||Old House (Kyo-machiya, One of 2 terraced house)|
|Location||30-3 Shichiku Seinancho, Kita Ward, Kyoto|
|Transportation||Approx. 5 min. walk from city bus "Murasakino Uenocho" stop|
|Approx. 15 min. walk from subway Karasuma line "Kitaoji" station Exit 1|
|Land Area||【Registered】46.80 sqm|
|【Tape Measured】Approx. 52.01 sqm|
|Private Street Area Included||No|
|Floor Area||【Registered】1F: 28.39 sqm 2F: 22.47 sqm Total: 50.86 sqm
*Includes unregistered building
|【Tape Measured】1F: 35.5 sqm 2F: 29.48 sqm Total: Approx. 64.98 sqm|
|Building Structure||Two Storey Wooden House|
|Size||2 Rooms + Living Dining Kitchen + Garden|
|Renovation Date||Fully renovated in Sep, 2020|
|Renovation Works Done||・All the plumbing products were newly installed (kitchen, bath tub room, wash stand and toilet).
・All the interior electric wiring, water plumbing, gas piping were replaced.
・Repainted interior and exterior walls, Reinforced structures.
・Floor heating, Gardening, and etc.
|Adjoining Street||Street Width : 3.5m, Frontage: 5.9m, Direction: East (Approx. Number)|
|Public Utility||Electricity, Water Plumbing In/Out, City Gas|
|Land Use District||Category 1 Residential Districts|
|Legal restriction||Quasi-Fire Prevent District, Mountain Background Aesthetic District, 15m / Category 2 Height Control Districts, Outdoor Advertisement Category 3 Regular District, Close View Preservation Zone, Nishijin Special Industrial District, Prior Consultation Zone|
|Building Coverage Ratio||60%|
|Floor Area Ratio||160% (200%)|
|Land Category||Residential Land|
|City Planning Act||Urbanization Promotion Area|
|Notification According to
National Land Utilization Law
|Remarks||・Approx. 1.47 sqm setback is required when rebuilding on this land.|
|・This property is designated to be purchased through FUKUYA-K Corporation Kyoto Kita office's brokerage. The Buyer therefore is required to pay agent commission when concluding contract.|
|・Furnitures are not included in the property price.|
|Elementary School||Taiho Elementary (4min walk/300m)|
|Junior High School||Asahigaoka Junior High (11min walk/870m)|
|Transaction Terms||Hachise as seller|
|Sales Representative||(JAP)Tatsuya Ochiumi (ENG)Aya Kito/Boa Zhang|
|Information updated||October 26th, 2020|
|Information will be updated||November 2nd, 2020|