This fully renovated Kyo-machiya sits in the Higashiyama area with quiet and calm atmosphere. From here, you are within walking distance to Heian Shrine, Nanzenji Temple and Gion.
Behind the house is the bamboo forest of Awata Shrine. Sunlight falls through the bamboo leaves from the top light window that illuminates the living room comfortably.
Enjoy cooking dinner with Kyoto's local ingredients in the modern and spacious kitchen. You can also sit by the wooden deck and enjoy the garden view while reading a book.
Before going to bed, relax in the bath with a view of the courtyard garden, and then through the bedroom window is where you can enjoy Kyoto's night scenery.
At Chikuriken is where you can enjoy Kyoto in a luxurious way.
The pathway of "Awataguchi Shrine" which is known to worship deities for safe travels.
The gigantic camphor tree infront of Shorenin temple
Also within walking distance, "Okazaki" is an artistic area with many museums and libraries. This is one of the rare spots in Japan where you can see a mixture of modern and ancient architectures from Japan and from the West.
After taking a walk in this area, you can also rest at a cafe with scenery of the canal.
Kyoto Library that was designed by the famous architect Goichi Takeda back in the Meiji era.
Sanmon of Nanzenji Temple where tourists visit all year long.
rom this quiet residential area, you can head north to the Heian Shrine, or go south to the Shorenin temple, Chionin temple, and then finally the famous Yasaka Shrine.
"Awataguchi", used to be an area with villas that belong to wealthy aristocrats and other upper class people. Many architects and gardens were passed on by these group of people, which became the fundamentals of the scenery and atmosphere of this area.
Awataguchi Shrine Torii
Scenery of the Machiyas around Chionin Temple
The east side of Kyoto city "Higashiyama Ward" is not only known for its cultural and historical sites but also for its abundant natural sceneries.
Mountain terrain, water canals, cherry blossoms in spring and maple leaves in autumn; go on an early morning walk, and you can keep the beautiful sceneries all to yourself.
"Suirokaku" is the brick aqueduct from the 1890s know for its beautiful arches with the red maple leaves in the back.
|Electronics||TV/Refrigerator/Freezer/Rice Cooker/Electric Kettle/Toaster Oven/Microwave Oven/Hair Dryer/Washing Machine/Clothes Iron/Ironing board/Vacuum Cleaner/Heating/Fan etc.|
|Furniture||Dining Table etc.|
|Amenities||Cleaning Tools/Cooking Utensils/Tableware etc.|
|Parking||Bike parking space available. Nearby coin parking lot available for cars.|
* Some of the accommodations have beds, but beddings are not provided.
We recommend utilizing the optional Comfort Service (includes bedding) or house keeping services.
* Amenities differ depending on accommodations. Please ask our staff for the details.
|Rent||600,000 JPY / Pre Month (Includes utility charges)|
|Deposit / Key Money||100,000 JPY / Not applicable|
|Type of Contract||Lease Agreement for Temporary Use (Minimum 1 month)|
|Max Capacity||4 People (Bed: 2 People / Futon Space: 3 People)|
|Restrictions||Smoking, pets, and instruments are not allowed.|
|Location||11-6 Awataguchi Kajicho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto|
|Access||Approx. 8 min. (600m) walk from city Subway "Higashiyama Station" exit 2|
|Approx. 15 min. (1200m) walk from Keihan Railway "Sanjo Station" exit 5|
|Approx. 3 min. (180m) walk from Keihan bus stop "Sanjo Hiromichi"|
|Size||2 Rooms + Living Dining Kitchen + Lounge + Garden|
|Floor Area||1F: 95.54 sqm 2F: 23.34 sqm Total: 118.88 sqm|
|Building Structure||Two Storey Wooden House|
|Building Date||Unspecifiable (Earliest record from 1887)|
|Transaction Terms||Hachise as a Lessor's Agent|
|Person in Charge||Yuki Kounosu|
|Information updated||September 13, 2021|
|Information will be updated||September 21, 2021|
◎：Available for move-in and stay
○：Available for stay, but not available for move-in
Hachise Co. Ltd. +81-75-341-6324
Business Hour: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Closed: Wednesday (Irregular), Sunday, Public Holiday, July 17th (Due to traffic control for Gion Festival), Summer Vacation, New Year’s Holiday
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