京別邸(短期の貸家)オーナー募集

  • How is KyoTreat different from other monthly rental services?

    • Tenants choose from our selection of rental single-detached houses, including machiya located on the back streets of Kyoto, and live on the property as if it were their own house.
      Though people may think of apartment buildings when they think of monthly rental contracts, with KyoTreat, the properties we rent are primarily wooden buildings that Hachise itself has renovated and marketed. This means that tenants can relax and thoroughly enjoy their stay as if they had their own Kyoto vacation home.
  • What are the differences between KyoYadoya and KyoTreat?

    • Kyo-yadoya is an accommodation service where guests can stay as short a time as just one night. KyoTreat, meanwhile, is a rental service geared for rentals of one month or longer.
  • Can I stay at a KyoTreat facility for just one week?

    • One of the objectives of KyoTreat is to enable people to experience life in Kyoto through short rental stays. In accordance with the relevant laws and regulations, the minimum rental contract period is set at one month.
  • Do tenants tend to the garden themselves?

    • In a difference with apartment buildings, part of the appeal of the detached house is the beauty of the gardens. We ask that our customers help with the maintenance of the gardens as much as they wish, incorporating it as a part of day-to-day life. How gardens are maintained depends on factors such as their size and the season of the year. Please be assured that we will provide all the information and support you need.
  • If any of the indoor fixtures (including furniture and electronics) on the property break or stop working, who is responsible for repairs including cost?

    • Hachise will repair and/or replace indoor items such as furniture and electronics on the property where these are broken or otherwise not working properly. Please inquire for details.
  • Is there tableware available to use?

    • Yes, there is tableware provided for tenants to use, though the quantity may differ by location. Inquire for details.
  • Are supplies such as toilet paper provided?

    • We ask that customers provide their own supplies. However, when a tenant first arrives, there will be toilet paper, garbage bags, etc. on the site as part of the service provided.
      Usable supplies left by previous tenants may also be left on the property as part of environmental conservation efforts. Please feel free to use these.
  • Is there a place to park my bicycle?

    • It depends on the property. You will be given details prior to moving in.
  • Do I need to put out the garbage and clean?

    • We ask tenants to treat the property as they would if they were living in their own home. We will provide all the information and support you need on rules such as putting out garbage. We also offer housecleaning as an additional service. Please inquire for details.
  • Is there Internet service?

    • All buildings are equipped with Wi-Fi.
  • Can you tell us about pricing of amenities such as futons, towels, etc.?

    • Please inquire with our staff.
  • What do I need to do if I want to share with a friend?

  • How long does it take to get from Kyoto to Nagoya/Osaka/Kobe?

    • Please refer to the following travel times using typical transportation.
      Nagoya :
      Approximately 35 minutes to Nagoya Station from Kyoto Station on the Shinkansen bullet train.
      Osaka :
      Approximately 25 minutes to Osaka Station from Kyoto Station on the JR Tokaido Sanyo Honsen Line Shin-kaisoku special rapid train.
      Kobe :
      Approximately 51 minutes to Kobe’s Sannomiya Station from Kyoto Station on the JR Tokaido Sanyo Honsen Line Shin-kaisoku special rapid train.
  • Can you give us some pointers on how to enjoy the four seasons in Kyoto?

    • In spring, summer, fall, and winter respectively, you won’t want to miss the cherry blossoms, the Gion Festival, the fall foliage, and the winter scenery.
      We highly recommend that anyone staying Kyoto make the seasons—including the area’s festivals and natural scenery—a part of their everyday lives.
  • For what purposes do people rent through KyoTreat?

    • Some people who live overseas use the service to secure a place to stay when they come home to Japan, while many others use it as a base for sightseeing in the area or for vacationing.
      In addition, it is also ideal for people who want to get a sense of what life is like in a Kyoto-style machiya building. Some also use it to accommodate important guests including friends and business partners.