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Kyoto Traditional Town House Machiya in Arashiyama Japan


One kind of Machiya luxury facade High Wall Style ''TAKABEI TSUKURI''
One kind of Machiya luxury facade High Wall Style ''TAKABEI TSUKURI''
One kind of Machiya luxury facade High Wall Style ''TAKABEI TSUKURI''

House in Kyoto, Japan



Property Details of Kyoto House

The Arashiyama Hanare will be registered as a ''Structure of Landscape Importance Kyoto City'' in 2012. The Arashiyama Hanare is a traditional Japanese "Machiya" is located in scenic Arashiyama, on the west side of Kyoto. The train station (JR Saga Arashiyama Station) is from there it's 10-15 minutes to Kyoto Station. Arashiyama is a popular tourist destination in Kyoto, with it's beautiful scenery, the Hozu and Katsura Rivers with it's romantic "Moon-Crossing Bridge" (8 minute walk),the bamboo grove and the Monkey Park. The UNESCO World Heritage listed Tenryuji Temple is an 8 minute walk away. Other temples are such as Daikakuji temple(It was the villeage for the emperor), Seiryoji temple, Adashino Nenbutsuji temple, Jojakkoji temple, Nisonin temple and Rokuoin temple etc, which are possible to visit from the Arashiyama Hanare by walk. Other sights are very easily reached by the Randen line train, such as Ninnaji Temple, Ryoanji Temple, Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion) and Saihoji (Moss Temple.) Other nearby tourist attractions include the Saga "Romantic Train" old-fashioned diesel train which winds through the hills, as well as boat rental and white-water rafting, not to mention hiking, all located nearby. Out side of Kyoto, it is very easy to access other popular tourist spots such as Nara, Uji, Osaka, Himeji, Hiroshima etc by JR train since the JR train station (JR Saga Arashiyama Station) is five minutes walk away. A natural "onsen" hot spring (entrance fee just ¥1000) is just a 15 minute walk away. The Arashiyama Hanare was built on before 1935, and was completely restored in November 2008. The restoration was a labor of love, requiring the participation of artisans specializing in traditional carpentry techniques, and using natural materials in all areas both inside and out. Great efforts were made to recreate an atmosphere which will allow guests to experience the traditional way of living. An added modern touch for comfort is the luxurious bathing area and bathroom...where you can soak in the oversized tub while gazing at the Zen garden, after a full day of sightseeing. The Arashiyama Hanare is just behind the main house, but has an independent entrance and accommodation are completely separated. The total space is 55 square meters. Near the entrance is the original old Japanese style kitchen which has basic facilities for cooking. The floor of the kitchen is made of "tataki," a traditional mixture of "shikkui" and soil. There are two tatami rooms, one 3 mats, and the other 6 mats. Two to three guests can be accommodated on futons, which can be placed on the floor of either room. The Arashiyama Hanare shares a "Zen garden" called Nakaniwa, with the main house. The owners live in the main house. Owners speak English, and are happy to provide assistance during the stay. One of the owners is an "Ikebana" master, and flower arrangements will welcome guests upon arrival. There's easy access to all of the sightseeing spots in central Kyoto. The train station (JR Saga Arashiyama Station) is five minutes walk away, and from there it's 10-15 minutes to Kyoto Station. Another train station "Randen Saga" is three minutes walk away. The Arashiyama Hanare offers an opportunity to experience Kyoto life in a very special part of the city, living in a typical Kyoto silent neighborhood. In the days when the ancient capital was located in Nara, Arashiyama was known as a pleasure resort for the Emperor and his court people. Since then, it has always attracted people with it's scenic beauty and seasonal colors, particularly the cherry blossoms of the Spring, and the changing leaves of the Autumn. You can spend your personal time in this space where the Arashiyama Hanare is intimate. Please have a look more details in our website! http://arashiyamahanare.jimdo.com/



Kyoto Traditional Town House Machiya in Arashiyama Japan Property Information

Type:House
Location:Kyoto, Japan
This Property Sleeps:3
Minimum Price Per Night:YEN11000
Maximum Price Per Night:YEN13000
Nearest Airport:
Notes
¥11,000/nt low season(December to February, June to August) ¥12,000/nt high season(March May September to October). ¥13,000/nt peak season(April and November). Rate is for two persons. Charge for third person is an additional ¥2,000 per night. Rates include tax. Minimum stay 5 nights. Credit Cards Accepted via Paypal or international wire transfer.

Property Features

  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bathroom Bathrooms 1, Toilets 1
Bedroom Singles 3
Heat/Cooling Aircon throughout, Electric Heaters
Dining Dining room table, Seating for 4 People, Dining room
Kitchen Crockery & Cutlery Provided, Microwave, Freezer, Fridge, Grill, Toaster
Laundry Laundry Service Provided, Washing Machine Provided, Linen Provided, Towels Provided, Clothes Dryer, Iron, Ironing Board
Living Room Seating for 4 People
Local Activities Cycling, Fishing, Tennis, Walking, Mountaineering, Water Sports
Local Area Restaurants, The local town is Sleepy
Location In a Town
Suitability No Pets, Children Welcome, Geared Towards Younger People, Geared towards the older generation, Low Allergen environment, Non Smoking Only
Accommodation Accommodation Type: Self Catering

Contact Information for Kyoto Traditional Town House Machiya in Arashiyama Japan

Name: Tokuji Tanaka
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House in Kyoto, Japan



 
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