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Guesthouse Kingyoya

243 Kankicho 3Chome Omiya-Teranouchi (Agaru-Nishii, Kyoto, Japan Map Send to a friend

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Guesthouse Kingyoya

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Guesthouse Kingyoya

243 Kankicho 3Chome Omiya-Teranouchi (Agaru-Nishii

Highlights

  • Free WiFi
  • Air Conditioning
  • Linen Included
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Free Internet
  • Restaurant

Important Information

Check in:16:00-21:00
We can keep your baggage if you arrive earlier.(8:00-12:00)
We are sometimes closed between 12:00-14:00.
Check out:8:00-11:00
After you check out, you can leave your baggage till 21:00 pm.

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KINGYOYA is opend on April 6th, 2010.

We are small guesthouse Ryokan which renovated the old traditional Japanese house in Nishijin, Kyoto Japan. You can enjoy traditional Japanese food for your stay. You can also choose to stay without breakfast with cheap price.

You will find Japanese culture all over Kingyoya such as kichen in outside, well, inner garden which you can feel Japanse seasons and old storehouse.

Nishijin area is full of appealing culture of Japan.

Kingyoya is easy to access Golden Temple, Daitoku-ji, Ryuan-ji, Kitanotenmangu, Imamiya shirine which is famous sights in Kyoto.

You might hear noise of other guests because walls is not sound proof and we use FUSUMA, Japanese paper door for partitions. I hope you enjoy your stay with natural way to be in traditional house and rhythm with the four seasons.

KINGYOYA is the best place to enjoy Kyoto trip especially Nishijin area. It is kind of far from Kyoto station but I am sure you are able to find and feel real Kyoto culture.

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Important Information

Check in:16:00-21:00
We can keep your baggage if you arrive earlier.(8:00-12:00)
We are sometimes closed between 12:00-14:00.
Check out:8:00-11:00
After you check out, you can leave your baggage till 21:00 pm.

KINGYOYA is opend on April 6th, 2010.

We are small guesthouse Ryokan which renovated the old traditional Japanese house in Nishijin, Kyoto Japan. You can enjoy traditional Japanese food for your stay. You can also choose to stay without breakfast with cheap price.

You will find Japanese culture all over Kingyoya such as kichen in outside, well, inner garden which you can feel Japanse seasons and old storehouse.

Nishijin area is full of appealing culture of Japan.

Kingyoya is easy to access Golden Temple, Daitoku-ji, Ryuan-ji, Kitanotenmangu, Imamiya shirine which is famous sights in Kyoto.

You might hear noise of other guests because walls is not sound proof and we use FUSUMA, Japanese paper door for partitions. I hope you enjoy your stay with natural way to be in traditional house and rhythm with the four seasons.

KINGYOYA is the best place to enjoy Kyoto trip especially Nishijin area. It is kind of far from Kyoto station but I am sure you are able to find and feel real Kyoto culture.

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Hotel Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers For Hire
  • Hot Showers
  • Internet Access
  • Linen Included
  • Restaurant

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  • Washing Machine
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