Enjoy the Four Seasons of the Philosopher's Path
a Memorable Kyoto Experience

Historic shrines and temples, streets filled with a nostalgic atmosphere, and nature that changes with the seasons.
Kyoto is full of attractions that will make you want to visit again and again.
Among the many tourist spots, the Philosopher's Path,
is one place that is sure to be a memorable and spectacular sightseeing experience.

Cherry blossoms in spring, fresh greenery in summer, autumn leaves in fall, and snowy landscapes in winter.
Take a leisurely stroll along the path blessed with nature and enjoy the beauty that varies from season to season.
Enjoy the unforgettable experience of Kyoto life at KyoTreat Philosopher's Path.

Philosopher's Path Spring
Philosopher's Path Fall
Philosopher's Path Spring
Philosopher's Path Summer
Philosopher's Path Summer
Philosopher's Path Winter
Philosopher's Path Spring
Philosopher's Path Summer

Historic shrines and temples, streets filled with a nostalgic atmosphere, and nature that changes with the seasons.
Kyoto is full of attractions that will make you want to visit again and again.
Among the many tourist spots, the Philosopher's Path,
is one place that is sure to be a memorable and spectacular sightseeing experience.

Cherry blossoms in spring, fresh greenery in summer, autumn leaves in fall, and snowy landscapes in winter.
Take a leisurely stroll along the path blessed with nature and enjoy the beauty that varies from season to season.
Enjoy the unforgettable experience of Kyoto life at KyoTreat Philosopher's Path.

Philosopher's Path Spring
Philosopher's Path Fall
Philosopher's Path Winter
Philosopher's Path Summer

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On a spring day, you can take a stroll along the Philosopher's Path, a famous cherry blossom viewing spot, admire the dancing cherry blossoms from a riverside café, and enjoy an elegant time of an ordinary day.
Eikando Hall (Zenrinji Temple), which is praised as the "Eikando of maple leaves" in the Kokin-Wakashu poetry anthology; Shinnyodo (Shinsho-Gyokurakuji Temple), where the three-storey pagoda and autumn leaves overlap as a scene; and Kurodani (Konkai-Komyoji Temple), where you can enjoy events such as foliage light-up at night and music performances; the area is also home to many of Kyoto's most famous autumn foliage viewing spots.
This is a place where one can enjoy the beauty of nature in all four seasons, not only cherry blossoms in spring but also fresh greenery in summer and red leaves in fall.

A short distance to the west is the Okazaki area which is known as Kyoto's art and culture zone.
Dotted with historical temples and shrines, such as Heian-Jingu Shrine, as well as cultural facilities like museums and theaters including the Kyoto Kyocera Museum of Art, Okazaki is attracting attention as a spot filled with the charms of Kyoto's culture.

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Philosopher's Path

Philosopher's Pathapprox. 4min. walk/250m

A 2km-long pathway along a waterway that runs from Ginkakuji Temple to Kumano-Wakaoji Shrine. Characterized by beautiful scenery with seasonal changes such as cherry blossoms and maples, there are streams and stone bridges along the path which are in harmony with nature.

Anrakuji Temple

Anrakuji Templeapprox. 11min. walk/880m

The temple is usually closed on regular days but is open to the public during seasonal events and on July 25, the day of the "Shikagatani Pumpkin Memorial Day", each year.
There is also a free space called "Kaba Momiji" on the temple grounds, which is used as a café space when the temple is open to the public.

Zenrinji Temple (Eikando)

Zenrinji Temple (Eikando)approx. 4min. walk/280m

Known as one of the best places in Kyoto to view red leaves, there are approx. 3,000 Iroha maples and giant maples surround the pond in autumn.
The temple is home to many treasures, including the main statue of Amida Nyorai, which looks as if it is turning around, and other national treasures.

Café Pom

Café Pomapprox. 13min. walk/1km

This café along the Philosopher's Path stands out with its bright red apple sign.
Popular menu includes homemade apple pies, baked sweets, and special apple tea.
How about a tea break from the walk and taking a breath in the open cafe space surrounded by nature?

GREEN TERRACE

GREEN TERRACEapprox. 14min. walk/1.1km

Cafe GREEN TERRACE is the former site of "Atelier de Cafe", a coffee shop run by Chimako Watanabe, the adopted daughter-in-law of literary giant Junichiro Tanizaki.
The space, which is said to be inspired by a resort, is spacious and relaxing, with concerts and events held on a regular basis.

GOSPEL

GOSPELapprox. 16min. walk/1.25m

A white Western-style house located on Shikagaya St., one street off the Philosopher's Path.
The building with a triangular roof and ivy twining around it is a landmark, and the fashionable facade looks like a castle.
The open-style interior is decorated with antique Western furnishings from the 1920s, creating an extraordinary space where you can enjoy an elegant tea time.

Shinnyodo Temple

Shinnyodo Templeapprox. 12min. walk/900m

Known familiarly as Shinnyodo, this temple is officially called Shinsei-gokurakuji Temple, a temple of the Tendai sect of Buddhism.
In autumn, the stone pavement that runs from the front of the main hall down to the west becomes a tunnel of autumn leaves, and it is said to be most beautiful especially when the leaves are bathed in the setting sun.

Ginkakuji Temple (Silver Pavilion)

Ginkakuji Temple
(Silver Pavilion)approx. 19min. walk/1.5km

World Heritage Site, Ginkakuji Temple (Higashiyama Jishoji Temple) is known as a representative of Higashiyama culture.
In contrast to the flamboyant Kitayama culture, Ginkakuji is characterized by its simple, sturdy, and serene appearance, embodying the Japanese culture of "wabi-sabi" (quiet simplicity and refinement).

Nanzenji Temple

Nanzenji Templeapprox. 10min. walk/800m

Being boasted the highest prestige of Zen temples, the beautiful gardens and historical buildings are the main attractions of this temple.
Particularly famous are the Sanmon Gate, one of the three main gates in Japan and an Important Cultural Property; the Hojo, a national treasure with Kano School wall paintings and a Zen garden; and the Suirokaku Aqueduct, a popular nostalgic photo spot.

Okazaki Shrine

Okazaki Shrineapprox. 8min. walk/630m

Rabbits, as the messengers of the gods, welcome visitors to Okazaki Shrine throughout the shrine grounds.
Okazaki shrine is popular for its blessings for childbirth, safe delivery, and marriage.
The rabbit Omikuji amulet available in white and pink is a specialty that has become a hot topic on SNS.

Heian-Jingu Shrine

Heian-Jingu Shrineapprox. 15min. walk/1.2km

A classic sightseeing spot that should not be missed when visiting Kyoto.
One of the largest in Japan, the Otorii (grand Torii-gate) stands out even from a considerable distance.
The ground of the shrine is famous for its vivid vermilion color, and the luxurious pavilions of the shrine combine with the natural scenery of the grounds.

Okazaki Cherry Blossom Boat Ride

Okazaki Cherry Blossom Boat Rideapprox. 13min. walk/1km

A springtime tradition in Okazaki in operation for a limited time each year.
The 25-min. round-trip boat ride is an atmospheric way to enjoy cherry blossoms lining both banks of the river and attracts many tourists. Early reservations are recommended as advance reservations seem to fill up early during the peak blooming season.

floor plan- 間取り -

The KyoTreat Philosopher's Path is approx. 138sqm in size with a capacity for 5 persons.
The building has a spacious dining and living room, a Western-style room with a double bed, and a Japanese-style room that can accommodate 2 futon mattresses. There is also a fully equipped kitchen, as well as toilets and washrooms on both the first and second floors.
A bright and spacious study is located right next to the entrance, making it a nice place for workcation as it provides a good working environment.

The interior, which was renovated in June 2021, is furnished with artwork and antiques that match the atmosphere of the house.
This is a vacation house where you can relax and enjoy the Kyoto atmosphere from the bottom of your heart.

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virtual tour- バーチャル内覧 -

※Drag/Swipe the screen, or click the arrows on the screen to tour.

※You can see the interior atmosphere from the video preview. (Please note that some furniture and fixtures have changed.)

amenities- 設備 -

Electronics TV/Refrigerator/Freezer/Rice Cooker/Electric Kettle/Microwave Oven/Hair Dryer/Washing Machine/Clothes Iron/Ironing board/Air Conditioner/Vacuum Cleaner/Floor Heating/Fan etc.
Furniture Dining Table Set/Sofa etc.
Amenities Cleaning Tools/Cooking Utensils/Tableware etc.
Internet Free WiFi

※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.

rate & conditions- 物件概要 -

Rent 480,000 JPY / month (30 days)
Utility Charges Included in monthly rent
Type Rental House (Residential use)
Deposit 50,000 JPY (+10,000 JPY/month starting from the 2nd month)
Key Money N/A
Type of Contract Lease Agreement for Temporary Use
Min. Contract Period 1 month (30 days)
Max. Capacity 5 person (King-size bed x1 / Futon space x3 ppl)
Location 29-6 Nanzenji-Kitanobocho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto
Transportations Approx. 16 min. walk from Subway Tozai-line "Keage Sta." Exit 1
Approx. 4 min. walk from Kyoto City Bus "Miyanomaecho Stop"
Approx. 8 min. walk from Kyoto City Bus "Nanzenji Temple/Eikando Temple Stop"
Size 5 Rooms + Living-Dining-Kitchen + Tsuboniwa garden
Car Parking N/A
Bicycle Parking N/A
Restrictions Smoking, pets, and instruments are prohibited.
Floor Area 1F:81.42sqm, 2F:56.69sqm, Total: 138.11sqm
Building Structure Two Storey Wooden House
Building Date Unspecifiable
Renovations Fully renovated in June 2021.
Replaced water plumbing products (bathroom, kitchen, toilet, basin, etc.), Replaced wallpaper, Replaced Tatami pads, etc.
Transaction Terms Hachise as a lessor's agent
Person in Charge Yuki Kounosu
Information Updated May 29, 2023
Information will be Updated June 5, 2023

availibility- 空室カレンダー -

◎:Available for move-in and stay

○:Available for stay, but not available for move-in

×:Not available

Reservation- 空き確認・問い合わせ -

Hachise Co. Ltd.
Business Hour: 10:00 – 17:00
Closed: Wednesday, Sunday, Public Holiday, July 17th (Due to traffic control for Gion Festival), Summer Vacation, New Year’s Holiday
* Please see our Business Calendar for the details.

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