About this sight
Shisen-dō is a Zen Buddhist temple in Sakyō-ku.
Sowgen Cafe is a local coffee house close to Kyoto University of Art and Design.
Shugaku-in Imperial Villa
Constructed by the order of the Emperor Gomizunoo in the mid-seventeenth century, Shugakuin Imperial Villa consists of three villas. Its incorporation of the su
Matsumura Shoten is a bicycle shop which also organizes events such Mount Hiezan downhill and Lake Biwako touring.
Yadoya is set in Kyoto, 2.2 km from Rurikoin. Each room at this guest house is air conditioned and is equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in
Communityhouse Jingunomori is located in Kyoto, 2.8 km from Rurikoin and 3.3 km from Imperial Palace. Every room comes with a shared bathroom. Communityhouse J
Apical Inn Kyoto
Located a 3-minute walk from Shugakuin Train Station in Kyoto’s north area, Apical Inn Kyoto offers guest rooms with an en suite bathroom and free wired interne
Offering free WiFi and a terrace, prinz is set in Kyoto. Heian Shrine is 2.3 km away. Free private parking is available on site. All units are air conditioned
Heihachi Tea House Inn
Those who want to experience ancient Japan, can find it at the 450 years old Heihachi Tea House Inn, a 5-minute walk from Shugakuin Station. It features a Japan
Kyoto Guesthouse Kyo no En
A 25-minute bus ride from the JR Kyoto Train Station, Kyoto Guesthouse Kyo no En provides Japanese-style accommodations with free Wi-Fi. Free coffee and tea are
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