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Twin room is very small. Public areas--toilets, pantry, common room--were not cleaned thoroughly and smelled sometimes. Location is not very convenient, far from subway stations. Some guests--and perhaps hostel helpers, too--were sometimes very noisy at night. Beds are small and uncomfortable. Basically, you get what...More
Although not so near to centre of kyoto but it is great to experience Kyoto that out of the busy city. Located near Horikawa Shimadochiuri bus stop so it would not be a trouble for travelling to all other parts of Kyoto.
Breakfast was toast,...More
Stayed at this very homely guest house for 3 days. The ground floor has a typical Japanese style sit down, with the walls lined with books. There is a small common kitchen with all basic utensils for any cooking if required. The toilets are common...More
It's a guest house and the ladies dorm are separate from the men's dormitory. Very affordable. There is a common dining table and sort of a small living room where all guests can socialize if they want. Which for us is really great because we...More
We stayed here during a very busy time in Kyoto and it was the only guesthouse we could find vacancy for two days. The front desk was helpful and the hostel offers good amenities, like wi fi, books, kitchen. We found the private room too...More
A district with a long textile heritage, ancient Kyoto is still alive in the Nishijin District. Studded with its weaving factories, tea houses, and onsen, the neighborhood is charming and peaceful with a self-possessed air. Less traveled than other parts of the city, it is a district where you can take it at your own pace. Visitors can explore the many weaving and cloth houses, the free kimono shows, and the many
shops selling traditional clothing and goods. Showcasing architecture with sloping roofs and wooden reliefs dating to decades past, the streets in the Nishijin District transport you back in time, making them a joy to wander.