Authentic Japanese historical ambience- not necessarily comfortable
Very picturesque - down a small side alley. As I understand it, these types of houses were the norm 100+ years ago in Japan. Great location ear markets/shopping/art and crafts. Great atmosphere Tatami mats, old wooden beams and pretty courtyard tiny garden. Modern kitchen and bath with VERY deep tub. Hot water plentiful. Small but efficient washer/dryer.Renters are super nice with excellent English.Nothing bad to say at all - just be aware of some of the limitations of choosing this type of accommodation. Daily cleaning was included, but must be requested.
Not a complaint per se, but this style means not for anyone with limited mobility. If I was going to stay more than a few days I would greatly miss not having normal chairs and table to sit at. Back was killing me. Only one bathroom very inconvenient. The walls are very thin, others were very quiet. I just hope we weren't too loud. It would be a challenge to keep warm over wintertime. Part of its historical nature - just be aware.
With a stay at this vacation home, you'll be centrally located in Kyoto, steps from Kawaramachi and within a 5-minute walk of Nishiki Market. Featured amenities include express check-out, multilingual staff, and luggage storage.
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Kakishibu an Machiya House is located at in Shimogyo, 0.4 miles from the center of Kyoto. Nishiki Market is the closest landmark to Kakishibu an Machiya House.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 10:00 AM at Kakishibu an Machiya House.
Yes, Kakishibu an Machiya House offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Kakishibu an Machiya House does not offer free parking.
No, Kakishibu an Machiya House does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Kakishibu an Machiya House is 23.8 miles from Osaka Itami.
No, Kakishibu an Machiya House does not have a pool onsite.