*Entire house ( NO SHARING ), for a group of 1-4 guests
︎ 20minutes from Kyoto station (10min Train + 10min Walk) ︎
Our house "Higurashi" is a recently renovated traditional Kyoto style Machiya house with an artistic taste produced by local Kyoto artists and designers.
Have the ultimate authentic experience in this beautiful private home just for you!!
********** We are registered officially as a hotel. **********
"""We provide accommodation for 4 guests, however please understand that it is meant to accommodate 2-3 guests comfortably. You may find it to be quite cozy for 4 guests.
For a better understanding please take a look at the floor plan under the photo listings."""
Room1 - bed room
Room2 - living/dining room
Room3 - work room, free space, ( bed room )
-face towel, bath towel, blanket, linens(pillowcase, sheets, duvet cover)
-shampoo, conditioner, body wash
-appliances (full kitchen)
-tea, sake, condiments, etc.
-music (wireless speakers, ipod)
-umbrellas (free for the entirety of your stay)
-two bikes (¥1,000 per bike for the entirety of your stay)
*For 2 guests: We provide one double-size mattress. In case you would like two separate mattresses you can pay an additional fee for one double-size mattress and one single-size mattress setting. (+1000yen for the whole stay)
*For 3 guests: We provide one double-size mattress and one single-size mattress. In case you would like three separate mattresses you can pay an additional fee for one double-size mattress and two single-size mattress setting. (+1000yen for the whole stay)
*For 4 guests: we provide one double-size mattress and two single-size mattresses in Room1.
this is our home away from home, and your very own temple! - please respect and care for it.
Our machiya is located in a quiet neighborhood in Fushimi close to over 20 sake breweries and winding alley streets and Otesuji-shopping street.
Here you will find Kyoto's great sake production area, quiet temples and shrines of great grandeur, and a local feeling.
Secluded and private, yet still within easy access of the main city center.
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If there are any complications please let us know and we will attend to you.
Please note that we are not onsite.
*Please understand that depending on our work schedule we might not be able to respond right away. We thank you in advance for your patience.
Weitere wichtige Infos
・Children also pay adult price.
・We do not provide a private car (pick up) service.
・Please understand depending on the weather it will affect the brightness of the solar lights in the garden.
・Please be cautious of some sections of the ceiling as they are low. You are most likely to bump your head if you are not aware of your surroundings. However, this is part of the charm experiencing life in a machiya.
・Please understand the terrace and the hallway are cold in the winter time. However inside the rooms it is quite warm.
•Higurashi is located in a residential area. The neighborhood is very quiet so please be respectful of the space and surroundings.
•In the process of the renovating Higurashi the items displayed and the lighting equipment are very unique and valuable. The house itself is over 100 years old. So please be understanding and take care of the space like your own.
•Please do not use anything in the closet without asking.
•Check out: The house manager will arrive for cleaning at promptly 11:00.
If by any chance you need to extend your stay we ask for an additional fee of "¥1,500yen" (30min).
1 Nacht Mindestaufenthalt vom 15. November 2017 - 17. November 2017.
Between the two of us we have lived/traveled in France, America, England, Germany, Israel, Egypt, Hungary, Poland, Belgium, India, Nepal, etc.
Yoshi is currently a rickshaw driver and a tour guide here in Kyoto. Recently practicing how to play the hang drum.
Ariya is currently a Buddhist priest and an event organiser here in Kyoto. Hobbies include sewing and sleeping.
Between the two of us, it's fair to say that we know Kyoto like the back of our hand....but still discover gems in this city everyday.
A nous deux, nous avons vécu/voyagé en France, Amériques, Angleterre, Allemagne, Israel, Egypte, Hongrie, Pologne, Belgique, India, Nepal et plus encore.
Yoshi est actuellement tireur de Jinrikisha (le pousse-pousse japonais) et guide touristique ici à Kyoto. Il s'essaye récemment à la pratique du Hang (instrument de percussion moderne).
Ariya quant à elle est prêtresse bouddhique et organisatrice d'évenement à Kyoto. Ses passions inclus la couture... et dormir !
Avec nos connaissances accumulées, nous pouvons affirmer sans crainte connaitre Kyoto sur le bout des doigts...ce qui ne nous empêche pas d'y découvrir de nouvelles merveilles quotidiennement!