Kyo-Machiya North of DaitokujiFully renovated in July 2021
A quaint cobblestone pavement of Daitokuji Temple
Daitokuji Temple is lined with more than 20 sub-temples in the precincts. If you walk along the cobblestone pavement that connects each, you can feel the historical atmosphere of the temple, which is said to be closely related to Sen no Rikyu. It takes about 6 minutes (about 453m) to walk from the property to this spot.
Approach to Imamiya Shrine & the specialty "Aburi-mochi"
The scenic storefront that faces the cobblestone approach to Imamiya Shrine is a long-established store of the famous "Aburi-mochi", a bamboo skewered and charcoal grilled balls of glutinous rice cake mochi. Imamiya Shrine was originally used as a place to calm the plague in the early Heian period, and it is said that eating this Aburi-mochi has the benefit of warding off evil. It takes about 5 minutes (about 350m) to walk from the property to this spot.
Machiyas lined-up with a sense of unity
This property faces a street lined with five Kyo-Machiyas that may have been built in the same period. The "Mushiko-mado" lattice windows of the same design and the Kyo-Machiyas with a series of "Koshi" lattices are one of the landscapes that we strive to preserve over time.
- A walk-in closet where light enters softly from the Mushiko-mado lattice window. It is a nice point to have plenty of storage on the 2F.
- The atrium at the top of the kitchen is one of the designs of the Kyo-Machiya called "Hibukuro". The plaster wall used at the top of the space is also from the original house.
- The approach between the building and the adjoining road in front is large enough to allow you to park your bike or bicycle with ease.
- A covered laundry drying space in the corner of the garden where you can do the laundry even on a sudden rainy day. A position with privacy that can stay out of sight from indoor or the neighbors.
Facade with traditional features of Kyo-Machiya, such as Mushiko-mado lattice windows and Hirakoshi lattices, blends in well with the town.
A Japanese-style room by the entrance with retro old fittings, tatami mats, and fusuma sliding doors.
Japanese-style room at the front on the 1F. Light shines through the lattice windows into the typical Machiya-like space with a Yamato ceiling.
LDK overlooking the garden. It has been renovated with the original taste of the building retained, such as the alcove, old fittings, and ceiling.
Viewing at the room from the garden side. The first floor can be connected widely if you open the fittings between the Japanese-style rooms.
A garden where the greenery of the plants shines on the old-colored fence. You can also sit on the porch and enjoy the scenery of the garden.
Nanten, a plant that is said to bring good fortune and often planted in a Japanese garden.
Plants in the garden cast an impressive shadow.
A system kitchen with a clean design. There is a work space on the left side of the sink.
Atmospheric wooden fittings are used at the entrance to the powder room by the LDK.
The bathroom is a system bath that is easy to clean.
Watch the garden planting whitle sitting in the bathtub.
6 mats Japanese-style room at the front of 2F
Alcove at the 2F. Textured painting finishes are used throughout the house.
View from the 2F. It gives you a feels that the eaves are connected to the neighbor.
Looking at the front roof tiles from the 2F.
3 mats Japanese-style room on the 2F. Windows are located high, so you don't have to worry about the sight from your neighbors, but still able to capture natural light.
From the high windows, you can see the mountain range of Mt. Hiei cut out in the distance.
The Shitajimado-window between the stairs and the 3 mats sized Japanese-style room.
Looking at the Shitajimado from the stairs.
Approx. 9 min walk/690m
Daitokuji Temple, a temple with a quiet atmosphere that is typical of Zen Buddhism, has many sub-temples in the precincts, but many of them are not open to the public. It is also called "Daitokuji of the tea ceremony" because it has a deep connection with the tea ceremony and most temples have a tea room.
Approx. 9 min walk/650m
A roastery specializing in "specialty coffee" that has been renovated from a 100-year-old Kyo-Machiya. The charming store, decorated with colorful fabrications, is lined with authentic coffee beans carefully selected from all over the world.
Approx. 5 min walk/370m
The longest shopping arcade (approx. 1km) in Kyoto with about 180 stores between Kitayama and Kitaoji. There are many cafes and restaurants in the shopping arcade where you can feel the atmosphere of the Showa retro downtown area, and it is a fun area for strolling around on holidays.
|Property Price||43,800,000 JPY (Approx. USD *1JPY= USD)|
|Type & Conditions||Used House (Kyo-Machiya/one of 4 terraced houses)|
|Location||67-79 Shichiku-seinancho, Kita Ward, Kyoto|
|Transportation||Approx. 2 min. walk from Kyoto City Bus "Murasakino-Uenocho Stop"|
|Approx. 18 min. walk from Subway Karasuma-line "Kitaoji Sta." Exit 1|
|Private Street Area Included||N/A|
|Floor Area||【Registered】1F: 62.77sqm, 2F: 25.58sqm
1F: 64.09sqm, 2F: 32.14sqm
|Including unregistered area|
|Building Structure||Two-Storey Wooden House|
|Size||3 Rooms + Living-Dining-Kitchen + Storeroom (WIC) + Garden|
|Building Date||Unspecifiable (The earliest tax record in the closed registry is 1938.)|
|Renovation||Fully renovated in July 2021
Renovation works done: Installation of water plumbing products (bathroom, kitchen, toilet, basin, etc.), Partial replacement and repair of roof, Repair of exterior walls, Installation of new fittings and repair of original fittings, Interior refurbishment, Replacement of 1F flooring materials, Gardening, etc.
|Adjoining Street||Street Width: 2.4m, Frontage: 6.4m, Direction: West (approx. number)|
|Public Utility||Electricity, Water Plumbing In/Out, City Gas|
|Land Use District||Category 1 Residential District|
|Legal Restrictions||Quasi-Fire Prevent District, Close/Distanct View Preservation Zone, 15m / Category 2 Height Control District, Mountainscape Preservation and Improvement District, Nishijin Special Industrial Disctrict, Outdoor Advertisement Category 3 Regulatory District, Residence Attraction Area, Built-up Urban District, Prior Consultation Zone|
|Building Coverage Ratio||60%|
|Floor Area Ratio||160%（200%）|
|Land Category||Residential Land|
|City Planning Act||Urbanization Promotion Area|
|Elementary School||Taiho Elementary School (approx. 6 min walk/465m)|
|Junior High School||Asahigaoka Junior High School (approx. 9 min walk/690m)|
|Notification According to National Land Utilization Law||Not Required|
|Remarks||※Approx. 5.2sqm setback is required when rebuilding on this land.
※The seller is not liable for any defects.
|Transaction Terms||Hachise as a Broker (Agent commission required when concluding contract)|
|Sales Representative||(EN) Aya Kita/Boa Zhang/Kae Motokado|
|(JP) Yuki Fujihara|
|Information Updated||November 29, 2021|
|Information will be Updated||December 6, 2021|