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We stayed in the "Annex" which is a little further down into the mountains and over a bridge. The entire staff was extremely attentive, efficient and hospitable. Stay 2 nights as the food progresses from very good to excellent. Because of it's popularity, some of...More
For those of you who like the mountains, this is a cozy ryokan with public and private onsen. Abount 30 minutes outside of Kyoto but have free shuttle bus to the subway and JR stations. Situated next to a stream, you can have dinner next...More
We stayed at this Ryokan in early January when it was snowing in Kyoto.
Before I begin this review, I think the Ryokan should really clarify the difference between the Momijiya Honkan and Momijiya Iwori. Both are different Ryokans with different perks.
Momijiya Honkan is...More
Idk what i expected ... it was an amazing experience and overall i think it was worth it - but 1 night is more than enough.... takao area is small and beautiful but dont expect too much; tho it does make for a nice break...More
We visited this Ryokan as part of our honeymoon to Japan. It was way above our price range, but we decided to splash out on 2 nights here since it was a special occasion! There were a lot of big positives about this place -...More
Hot springs and historic temples characterize the leafy landscapes of Northern Kyoto. Acres of tranquil residential streets are interrupted by some of Kyoto's most gorgeous architectural gems, including the majestic Golden Pavilion of Kinkakuji, the serene artistry of the Ryoanji Temple rock gardens, and the bold red paint across the structures of Enryakuji Temple. Once a religious core of the city, the
district now boasts some of its most remote and peaceful hot springs, as well as a few of its best family-run mom-and-pop restaurants. A blend of extremely local at its outskirts, and highly peopled at its tourist centers, Northern Kyoto nonetheless retains a halcyon air in harmony with nature.