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- No Breakfast Included
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- Yes 24 Hour Check in
- Yes Air Conditioning
- Yes Internet Access
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Gojo Guesthouse - Annex
11-26 Komatsu-cho 4, Kyoto, Japan
We run this guesthouse since 2007 for travel lovers. Our building is 90 some years old former traditional Japanese Ryokan. Located close to center, Kiyomizu temple, Gion area in 10 min. walk. All private rooms with shared shower rooms and bath rooms. Our staff also love traveling and meeting new people. We have traveled other countries and in Japan as well. We hope we can meet you and have good conversation. Of course we try to help you and give you some tips in Kyoto:-) Looking forward to see you here in beautiful city Kyoto.
・Our house has 2 floors and 1 basement.
・Clean bed sheets. Air Conditioning. Non-Smoking.
・Shared Shower rooms and Toilets are on the basement.
・Towels are available for an extra charge.
・A free-use kitchen is available to cook own meals.
・Bicycle rental is available for an extra charge.
・Provide city, bus, local map.
・The room get enough sun light.
・The common room is an simple Japanese style tatami area, offering a place to chat with other travelers or just relax.
・We also have a roof deck on the top floor with nice views of the surrounding area including Kyoto Tower and the local Gion neighborhood.
Higashiyama area of Kyoto where we are located is one of the most preserved historical areas in town and suitable place to experience traditional Kyoto. Especially the famous Kiyomizu Temple and Yasaka Shrine and Gion area are located in 10 minutes walk from our place.
There is a narrow alley, wooden building, and feel the atmosphere of the original capital.
Walking Higashiyama area, you can spend more than half a day, such as neighboring temples, shrines and shops, cafes and restaurants.
Downtown is 15 minutes away.
Beyond Gion and Yasaka Shrine, it is also good to visit Heian Shrine and Nanzenji then walk along the road to Ginkakuji.