Traditional Kyoto Inn Serving Kyoto Cuisine Izuyasu34.990866, 135.761136
ex. RYOKAN IZUYASU
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Family Hotels in Japan
Traditional Kyoto Inn Serving Kyoto Cuisine Izuyasu is a 3-star property situated at about 1.6 km distance from Kennin-ji Temple .
Kyoto center can be reached within 30 minutes' walk. Traditional Kyoto Inn Serving Kyoto Cuisine Izuyasu is located in Shimogyo Ward district next to a temple, a tower and a castle.
Guests will find a supermarket and stores in the vicinity of the hotel.
Kyoto train station is a 10-minute walk from the property. Traditional Kyoto Inn Serving Kyoto Cuisine Izuyasu is located within 40 km from Itami airport.
The hotel comprises 8 rooms equipped with free Wi-Fi, a heating system, climate control, a laptop-size safe and an iron with ironing board. Some rooms have the garden view. They feature shared bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
Different dishes of seafood cuisine are served at the restaurant. Tea and coffee are offered in the night bar. Guests can share a meal in Resutorannanabankan and Katsukura Kyotoekibiru The Cube, located about 200 meters away.
The property features free private parking, free self-parking and a lift.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 8.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
On-site car park
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- Air conditioning
- Free toiletries
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds
- City landmarks
It was traditional and felt like we were living in Japan 100 years ago!
We didn't shower because it was a shared shower so I was a bit afraid that someone could just walk in. I think that you should advise guests about that one because it was a shock to find out.
There is nothing fake about this ryokan: a genuinly old Japanese traditional building. Excellent craftsmanship. Triple filtered light. Japanese Breakfast in the room. Thin futon on tatami floor. Very sober interior (to western standards). Shared bath and toilet. Etc... Walking distance from the train station.
No real lobby, so no interaction with the other guests. And the staff is somewhat stiff (maybe a language barrier language). So it is entirely up to you and your company to entertain itself.
Good crisp clean rooms
No wireless in the bedrooms
This is a slice of traditional Japanese hospitality. Lovely old wooden inn, very simple but warm and welcoming. The small central garden is beautiful. Breakfasts are seasonal and tasty. The location is quiet yet its very easy to get to transport hubs.
The staff are warm and welcoming and attend to your needs. The breakfasts are large and delicious.
The futon and the simplicity of the room took some getting used to but it was a great experience.
The style was very nice and the staff were excellent.
traditional experience, included breakfast was great
even for a traditional experience, it was very expensive for what it was, given the dated interior, etc. my husband and i had a bet - which i lost - that the big fancy, more comfortable looking hotels (even if they might be considered 'business hotels') were cheaper than the ryokan, and they were. though the staff were polite, they avoided us, and there wasn't much english-friendly assistance available, ie information in the rooms, etc. we were hurriedly lead to our room upon arrival, ushered to sit at the table, quickly poured tea and given check in forms before being left to fend for ourselves with no other explanation... were they coming back to pick up the forms? were we meant to sit there and wait for something? take the forms to them?? hmm, it wasn't a bad experience, but it was all rather confusing and not overly comfortable.
Shared bathroom, simple breakfast, simple dinner. I paid usd$1000 for 2 nights which I think is over priced.