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Traditional japanese style 8TATAMI Standerd Garden room
Room with bathroom and a (URL HIDDEN) Meals.

23.28 sq.m.
8Tatami mat room
2 Tatami mat side room


Le logement
Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 1
Lits : 2
Arrivée : À partir de 15:00
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Chambre privée

Équipements
Équipements

Prix
Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 49€ / nuit après le premier voyageur
Frais de ménage : 29€
Caution : 98€
Réduction à la semaine : 15%
Conditions d'annulation : Strictes
Tarif week-end : 195€ / nuit

Description
Description

Traditional japanese style 8TATAMI Standerd Garden room
Room with bathroom and a (URL HIDDEN) Meals.

23.28 sq.m.
8Tatami mat room
2 Tatami mat side room

Traditional japanese style Ryokan/Inn

Traditional japanese style 8TATAMI Standerd Garden room
Room with bathroom and a (URL HIDDEN) Meals.

23.28 sq.m.
8Tatami mat room
2 Tatami mat side room

Get the best out of a RYOKAN
Kyoto, once prospering as the nation's capital for over 1,200 years is the city of arts, tradition and history. Kyoto plays a significant role in the identity of Japanese people. Experience this authentic part of Japan in a Ryokan.

Why do Japanese people feel most comfortable on Tatami floors?
Why do Japanese people from outside Kyoto praise Japanese food in Kyoto?
Why is it difficult for Japanese people on vacation to decide whether to stay in a hotel or a Ryokan when they come to Kyoto?

Kyoto is the city where Japanese people can reassure their ethnicity and remember the most important things about being Japanese.

In a Ryokan, get more out of the basic necessities in life; food, shelter and clothing. An experience different from the common hotel. A Ryokan is an accommodation facility original to the owners taste, influenced by Japanese culture, style and feel. A service that can't be found anywhere else in the world; only here in Japan.

Don't miss the opportunity to experience a deeper Japan.


How to take a ONSEN style japanese bath room,large bath room.

You are only to go inside the bath tub after you washed your body. First, you are to rinse your body with hot water. Washing beforehand helps to keep the water in bath tub clean.

The rinsing and washing of your body with hot water also acclimatizes you to the temperature of the bath tub, which can be very hot. It is not advisable to jump into the water like diving in to a swimming pool. Please use discretion.

Please do not put the hand towel into the bath tub water. Most people place the towel on their head. And remember do not use any soap or shampoo or other skin cleansers in bath tub either.
Open 6:30AM to 10:00AM , 15:00PM to 23:00PM.
Dining & WASHOKU japanese cuisine at Kyoto Garden Ryokan,Auberge, Yachiyo/Kyoto Inn,Hotel/Restaurant

Restaurant photosThe Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo began as a WASHOKU restaurant and is still respected as an exclusive restaurant serving the traditional Kyoto style of dining. Our restaurant, called Kyoto Garden Restaurant YACHIYO(Dining & Garden Yachiyo) is right next to our ryokan, and serves Japanese culinary art.

-Yachiyo`s cuisine is known as "Kyo-kaiseki"and drawson the rich traditions of Kyoto style multiple-course dining.
Kyo-kaiseki represents one of the pinnacles in Japanese cuisine, a highly stylized manifestation of the principles of in-season produce and enjoyment of seasonal variation.
Ryokan Yachiyo/Auberge/ Inn is a famous (RYOTEI) WASHOKU restaurant in Kyoto.KAISEKI and WAGYU Beef can be chosen through standard course, deluxe course, and luxury course and SUSHI,TEMPRA,SUKIYAKI,SHABUSHABU ,A vegetarian dinner courses .Stay & dine package>>

*SUSHI KAISEKI,Seasonal a deluxe course, and a luxury course, vegetarian dinner courses: reservaton necessary 1days prior.(Cancellations must be made by 3 days before the dinner day.) The time of the dinner can be chosen from the time of onset at PM (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). If breakfasts is wished to have, please request a front by 20:00 of the previous day.Rate per night per person,Japanese style breakfast or western style breakfast : 2160PY yen .The time of the bearkfast can be chosen from the time of onset at AM 7:30,8:00,8:30.


From JR Kyoto Station to Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo

By taxi
It is about a 25 minute ride (Approx.1800 JPN) by Taxi from the JR Kyoto Station.Please tell the taxi driver to take you toUkyo-ku, Nanzenji Ryokan Yachiyo.

By train (Subway Line)
It is about 40 minutes by train.From the Kyoto station, take the Kyoto KARASUMA subway line traveling to KOKUSAI (URL HIDDEN) the Karasuma Oike Stn, change the train to the Tozai Subway Line traveling to Rokujizo. Get off at Keage Station.If you walk straight, along the Niomon Dori Street for 5 minutes, you will see the Yachiyo Ryokan on the right side. The entrance of the Ryokan is on the approach lane (Sando) that leads to Nanzenji Temple.

By bus
From JR Kyoto Station, it is about 50 minutes by bus.From the bus terminal A-1 at the JR Kyoto Station Karasuma Exit, take the bus No.5 and get off at the bus stop called Hosshoji-cho. Walk east, then take a right turn. If you walk 5 more minutes, you will find the entrance of the approach lane leading to Nanzenji Temple.Ryokan Yachiyo is just on the right side of the lane.


Guest Services- Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo/Kyoto Inn Hotel

Laundry service

It is service that sojourns at an inn only for the period.
The water cleaning : from 100 yen.
A day is needed.
The dry cleaning : from 400 yen.
Two days are needed.
Free internet

Stay connected at Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo with fast and reliable Internet service. See below for type of access and availability
.Guest Rooms and Public Areas: High-Speed Internet - Wireless.

-Portable Pocket Wi-Fi Wireless Internet Rentals:Enjoy 24 hours connectivity for 1000JPN. The Quick reservation and room rates of 8 months from today.

Free rent a bicycle- Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo/Kyoto Inn Hotel

Sightseeing with Bicycle


It's gonna be fun if you go to some tourist spots with bycycle which gives you heaps of discovery that you can not be taken by bus or train.
Kyoto has been set out neatly in a grid, it is very easy to understand when you are used to even though you may be lost at first.
We will tell you about some places we recommend if you want.

Reservation

All reservations are that first come first served.

You need to make reservation to borrow bicycle at the reception desk. The service is free on the first day of your stay. From the second day, it costs 525JPY.
Dancing geisha(MAIKO)Kyoto Party Package 90 minutes.
Reservaton necessary
14days prior.

maikoMAIKO photosThis is a special offer from Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo/Inn Hotel ,providing you an authentic Kyoto special experience with Maiko(Dancing geisha)
.Maiko (舞妓) is an apprentice geisha in western Japan, especially Kyoto. Their jobs consist of performing songs, dances, and playing the shamisen (three-stringed Japanese instrument) for visitors at a feast. Maiko are usually aged 15 to 20 years old and become geisha after learning how to dance (a kind of Japanese traditional dance), play the shamisen, and learning Kyō-kotoba (dialect of Kyoto), regardless of their origins.

Origin

Maiko originated from women who served green tea and dango (Japanese dumpling made from rice flour) to people who visited the Kitano Tenman-gū or Yasaka -hrine (these are the two of the famous shrines in Kyoto) at teahouses in the temple town about 300 years ago.
Jobs

In the morning, maiko take lessons to polish their performances. At night, they go out to work. They are usually given the opportunity to feast at high-class Japanese-style restaurants or stay in Japanese-style hotels. They perform dances, songs, play the shamisen, and serve visitors with sake. Recently, their jobs have expanded to include visiting nursing institutions or hospitals. Some maiko are also dispatched overseas.
At first, women served only green tea and dango, but they gradually started to perform songs and dances for the visitors.
Contents
You will have a great opportunity to experience a authentic Kyoto style party.Parteis are scheduled from 18:00, please choose the suitable time for you .(19:00 start extra charge).MAIKO Reservaton necessary 14days prior.

Maiko charge

-For A group of 2 people up to 14 : There will be 1 Maiko(Dancing geisha) or Geisha and 1 Jikata(musican)From 72,000JPN YEN to 126,000JPN( including tax and service charge.Weekend extra charge.) Extra MAIKO or Geisha:1person From 36,000JPN.
-For A group of 15 up to 19 : There will be 2 maikos and 1 Jikata(musican)From 100,800JPN to YEN 168,000JPN YEN( including tax and service charge. Weekend extra charge.)
We accept reservation of the party more than a group of 2 people.

Top Things to Do in
Kyoto Zenrinji-temple, Eikan-do,Ginkaku-ji Temple,Gion ,Nanzen-ji Temple

From JR Kyoto Station to Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo

By taxi
It is about a 25 minute ride (Approx.1800 JPN) by Taxi from the JR Kyoto Station.Please tell the taxi driver to take you toUkyo-ku, Nanzenji Ryokan Yachiyo.

By train (Subway Line)
It is about 40 minutes by train.From the Kyoto station, take the Kyoto KARASUMA subway line traveling to KOKUSAI (URL HIDDEN) the Karasuma Oike Stn, change the train to the Tozai Subway Line traveling to Rokujizo. Get off at Keage Station.If you walk straight, along the Niomon Dori Street for 5 minutes, you will see the Yachiyo Ryokan on the right side. The entrance of the Ryokan is on the approach lane (Sando) that leads to Nanzenji Temple.

By bus
From JR Kyoto Station, it is about 50 minutes by bus.From the bus terminal A-1 at the JR Kyoto Station Karasuma Exit, take the bus No.5 and get off at the bus stop called Hosshoji-cho. Walk east, then take a right turn. If you walk 5 more minutes, you will find the entrance of the approach lane leading to Nanzenji Temple.Ryokan Yachiyo is just on the right side of the lane.


FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What time is your check-in time and check-out time ?

A. Our check-in time is 3:00pm and check-out time is 11:00am.

Q. Can I leave my luggage if I arrive at your ryokan earlier ?

A. Yes we can mind your luggage before your check in and after check out.

Q. Is the public bath a hot spring and what are the operating hours?

A. It is not hot spring, though our public bath is big and very comfortable. It is open in the morning from 7:00am - 10:00am an from 3:00pm - 11:00pm. If your not sure of public bath protocol ask our friendly staff or see the English explanation in the Public Bathroom.



Q.Are the prices listed per person or per room?

A.The prices listed for ryokan Yachiyo are per room. By default, room prices will be listed as per night for two guests in one room. If you specify a different number of guests, the price will be automatically updated to reflect the total price for the room per night for the number of guests specified.

Q.What fees and taxes are included in the prices?

A.Our prices include the following fees and taxes:Room charge
Hotel service charges
Meal charge, if you choose to make a reservation including meal(s)
Consumption tax.


Q. Do you accept credit cards ?

A. Yes, though credit card payment is not accepted for telephone charges, massage or home delivery cost.

Q. Do you need credit information for making reservation ?

A. Yes, we need it.

Q. Where do you serve meals ?

A. We usually serve dinner or breakfast in the garden resutaurant, located on the 1st floor. Moreover, KAISEKI dinner can be prepared in your room.

Q. What is for the dinner and breakfast?

A. The course of a kaiseki is cooked among 8 to12dishes. The number of plates is decide dy feeling of a season,foods,or chief.Kaiseki can be chosen through an economy course, a standard course, and a deluxe course.
The time of the supper can be chosen from the time of onset at PM(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).The room staff asks you the time of supper

Breakfast of Yachiyo
Please note, all breakfasts are served at our WASHOKU Garden Restaurant.
The time of the bearkfast can be chosen from the time of onset at AM 7:30,8:00,8:30.
The room staff asks you the time of breakfast.Breakfast is served at WASHOKU Garden Restaurant.


Q. Bedmaking,About the bed in the inn. There is a bed in the room ?

A.In a washitsu (tatami-mat room), futon, Japanese-style mattresses and bedding are spread out over the tatami mats.
Guests often say just how well they sleep on the futon of the ryokan, perhaps because of the well-starched sheets and
pillow covers.The room staff does bedmaking between 15:00 and 21:00. Moreover, while you are enjoying supper at
the restaurant,bedmaking is carried out when out..Supposing you need bedding, please telephone a front always.


Q. When the stay of two night stays or more is hoped, are the change in the course of
the dinner and the cancellation of dinner and breakfast possible?

A.Yes, it is possible. Please tell the reception desk the change or the cancellation of dinner and breakfast by the day before. The course of the dinner is changed every day. ryokan..a variety of..Japanese food..sukiyaki..yakitori..sushi..experience..Kyoto..first-class restaurant.


Q. Can you cook dinner without any meat and fish?

A. Yes, corresponding to an overseas visitor. (Lacto-ovo vegetarianism,Lacto vegetarianism,Ovo vegetarianism,Veganism)The breakfast can choose Japanese-style breakfast and Western-style breakfast.

Q. What will it be a landmark close to your Ryokan?

A. You will find the entrance of the approach lane leading to Nanzenji Temple.Ryokan Yachiyo is just on the right side of the lane.

Q. What amenities will be in my room?

A. All rooms have air con,TV and a hair dryer. The bathroom has a toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, conditioner and a Yukata (Japanese Robe).


Q. Is there a washing machine ?

A.The cleaning is served. It is from 100JPN YEN a piece.


Q. What time is the curfew ?

A. We have always been waiting for 24 hours.


Q. Do you have non-smoking room ?

A. It has the no smoking room. Please contact me beforehand.


Règlement intérieur
Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait après 15:00

Other accommodation details

Check-In Time is from 3:00 PM (15:00)
Check-Out Time is by 11:00 AM

Dinner is served between 5:00 PM (17:00) to 9:30PM(21:30), LO 7:30 PM (19:30)

Breakfast is served between 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM,LO 9:00 AM

Please remember to abide by the wishes of the chef, try not to be late for any dining occasion. If you know you will be late for dinner, kindly inform us, we will make the necessary adjustments. But remember, a superb dinner experience is awaiting you, accompanied by the finest in service.
The breakfast can choose Japanese-style Breakfast and Western-style Breakfast. Reservation is required in advance.


Dispositif de sécurité
Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Extincteur

Disponibilité
Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

Hôte : Toshiyuki

Kyoto, Japon · Membre depuis mai 2014
Toshiyuki

Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo AWARDED 2015 TRIPADVISOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE!

Recognised as a Top Performing RYOKAN as Reviewed by Travelers on the World’s Largest Travel Site

GION, KYOTO/JAPAN– 1st, April, 2015 – [Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Establishments awarded the Certificate of Excellence are located all over the world and represent the upper echelon of businesses listed on the website.
When selecting Certificate of Excellence winners, TripAdvisor uses a proprietary algorithm to determine the honorees that takes into account reviews ratings. Businesses must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, volume and recency of reviews. Additional criteria include a business’ tenure and popularity ranking on the site.

What is a RYOKAN?


Kyoto, once prospering as the nation's capital for over 1,200 years is the city of arts, tradition and history. Kyoto plays a significant role in the identity of Japanese people. Experience this authentic part of Japan in a Ryokan.

Why do Japanese people feel most comfortable on Tatami floors?
Why do Japanese people from outside Kyoto praise Japanese food in Kyoto?
Why is it difficult for Japanese people on vacation to decide whether to stay in a hotel or a Ryokan when they come to Kyoto?

Kyoto is the city where Japanese people can reassure their ethnicity and remember the most important things about being Japanese.

In a Ryokan, get more out of the basic necessities in life; food, shelter and clothing. An experience different from the common hotel. A Ryokan is an accommodation facility original to the owners taste, influenced by Japanese culture, style and feel. A service that can't be found anywhere else in the world; only here in Japan.

A Ryokan is an accommodation facility independent to Japan and of course, it is as much apart of Japanese culture as any other traditional arts or historical monuments you may have read about in books or magazines. They cannot go their separate ways. You can experience the culture of Japanese food, clothing and shelter all in one place. And that is not talking about modern culture like Manga comics, anime, computer games and such, but the tradition that Japanese people in modern day have the tendency to forget. As Ryokan are preserving this important part of Japanese culture the cost of accommodation is set accordingly.

Firstly, Kimono.
The traditional clothing worn by Japanese. Till only a few decades ago, as you may have seen in some Samurai movies, people in Japan used to wear Kimono in their daily life. Asides from some people who wear Kimono for their jobs, most people in Japan do not wear Kimono anymore. In a Ryokan, you can find the hard working staff in Kimono or other traditional Japanese wear. Many of the staff at the front desk are in suits, but in most cases you will find the guestroom staff in traditional work wear or Kimono. Also, you yourself can wear a simple Kimono called a Yukata when you stay in a Ryokan.

Secondly, the food.
Modern day Japan has a diverse food culture. Although Japanese people eat a variety of food from all over the world daily, Japan holds great pride in the long history of traditional Japanese food. A high level of technique is required in preparing authentic Japanese food, so going to a specialty restaurant is the norm. Especially in Kyoto, there are many famous restaurants that hold a high reputation all over Japan. Moreover, the Japanese food served in Kyoto called [Kyo-ryori] is especially renowned for its high skill and fine delicacy. Unlike hotels, it is standard process that the Ryokan offer 2 meals per night, of course Japanese dining. Either or, you can experience an authentic Japanese meal casually.

Then comes the architecture. Another significant part of Japanese culture.
Originally, Japanese Ryokan were built with wood, but in recent years the construction with concrete and steel has become more popular than before. As Ryokan have a long history, it is most commonly seen as a building structure with two floors. The interior of Ryokan are still Japanese independent of the construction being of steel and concrete. The traditional authenticity of the Ryokan differs between each one, but all have Tatami floors or flower displays, or paper room dividers and such. The set up of these all originated from the way of Japanese weather, climate and spirit. Commonly seen in traditional houses, but the popularization of western living standards has rapidly decreased the number of structures with traditional Japanese architecture. In the future, Ryokan may be the only preserved authenticity of Japanese tradition.

Lastly there is the high service level of [Hospitality].
In Japan, the service industry is much of a different quality than can be seen abroad. Especially in Kyoto, it is recognized nationally. Hospitality is an instinctual custom that was apart of all traditional Japanese and must carried on into the next generation through the services offered at every Ryokan.

Don't miss the opportunity to experience a deeper Japan.

京都で昔ながらの旅館を継いでます。旅館の在り方について、考える毎日です。
貸し出すお部屋は旅館のお部屋です。そのようなことが可能かどうか試しています。

このサイトは利用者にとっては大変興味深く、面白いアイデアだと思います。
一方、様々な法律にしばられながら旅館・ホテルを経営している者にとっては「宿泊業」という業種を根底から揺るがすとんでもないアイデアです。

衛生管理は?消防法は?旅館業法ってなに?旅館業許可は何のためにあるの?
「単に仲介しているだけ」と言われればそれまでの、まさに法の穴。

すでに無許可営業されている方が取り締まりを受けるニュースが頻繁に報道され、様々な問題が表面化していますが、逆にここで部屋が売れるなら、日本国内のネットエージェントの手数料10%前後と比べてかなり安いので、我々旅館・ホテルは、旅館業法を、取得しているので、メリットがあります。

ビジネス上のメリット、デメリットは新しい市場ができる際には必ず起こることです。私がAirbnbでお部屋を紹介する大きな理由は、当館にお越しになるゲストと滞在される前に交流できるということです。

旅行業界は長らくJTBなどの旅行会社の宿泊流通の商品として、週末、特別日の一部の日程だけの契約でした。そのため、良いお日柄には知人や常連様などのゲストにお部屋をご用意できない際が多くあるのが現状です。また旅行会社からのご予約はプライバシーの問題とは言われていますが、顧客の囲い込みのため、宿泊されるまではゲストと直接の連絡を取ることができません。これは京都に初めてお越しになるゲストにとっては、私たちが事前に提供できるサービスを全く受けれないので、とても不利益となります。

Airbnbを通して私が以前より理想とする宿泊されるゲスト全員と事前に交流でき、安心安全の基準を満たした日本ならではの旅館の事や私の事を知っていただいた上でおもてなしできる事になれば嬉しいです。

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