The Machiya Hotel Kyoto

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If it’s a traditional yet modern experience that you are after, look no further than The Machiya Hotel Kyoto. Situated in a privately-owned Machiya townhouse that has been renovated to boast all the modern amenities one could wish for, The Machiya Hotel is conveniently located around the corner from Kyoto station but still surrounded by the temple and garden landscape so typical for Kyoto. The house was designed with the concept of “KYOTO-no-GO-KAN”, to offer its guests a full experience of Kyoto’s “five elements”: the traditional wooden beams, the warmth of a traditional townhouse, the courtyard gardens, the sound of water trickling, and the sunlight filtering through traditional lattice windows.

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Address: 664 Takeyacho Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto

Website: www.machiya-hotel-kyoto.com   

Tel: 075-354-5243

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