• Perfect for a short rest what is a day use? Enjoy your own private space for details
  • Our response to Covid-19 for safety of our guests
  • Deodorising and sanitising Keeps guest room in the hotel clean and hyienic


Why we are chosen

Perfect for those who wish to make the most of its covenient location for sightseeing

Kyoto is a very historic city, which displays various aspects of the Japanese beauty throughout the year.
Located perfectly in the centre of the tourist attractions in Kyoto, our hotel boasts its superb accessibility to major tourist attractions.: 24 minutes by train to Arashiyama in the west, 25 minute bus ride to Kiyomizu temple on the other side. 19 minute walk to the Nijo caste in the north and 17 minute to Nishi & HIgashi Honganji Temples in the south.
Individual travellers or group travellers, overnight stay or day use, one night or longer-term stay are all welcomed!

  • available for day-use

    Available for day-use

    Recommended for a rest
    or remote working

    *Membership Deals available

  • Smoking rooms available

    Smoking rooms available

    You can smoke
    in your room


Duration from the stations

  • 5 minute walk from Omiya train station on Hankyu Line

Please use the public transport as there is no car park on our premises or no affiliated car parks available.
Please note that meter-operated car parks can be found nearby, but could be fully occupied.


409-1, Karigane-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi,



Check in

Check in at 3pm

Check out

Check out at 10am

*Subject to the package you select

Standard Double

Standard Double

  • smoking
  • no smoking

Standard Double

Standard Double

Occupancy Up to two persons
Beds One bed (bed width: 1400mm)
Room size 13.5㎡
Number of rooms 15 (4 of which are smoking rooms)

Standard Twin

Standard Twin

  • smoking
  • no smoking

Standard Twin

Standard Twin

Occupancy Up to two persons
Beds Two beds (bed width: 1000mm)
Room size 14㎡
Number of rooms 7 (4 of which are smoking rooms)

Superior Twin

Superior Twin

  • smoking
  • no smoking

Superior Twin

Superior Twin

Occupancy Up to three persons
Beds Two beds (bed width: from 1000mm to 1400mm)
Room size 18.2~18.9㎡
Number of rooms 18 (4 of which are smoking rooms)

*Types A, B and C for non-smoking, and Tyes A and B for smoking rooms

Triple Room

Triple Room

  • no smoking

Triple Room

Triple Room

Occupancy Up to three persons
Beds Three beds(width:1000mm)
Room size 19.5㎡
Number of rooms 2

Room Facilities and Amenities

  • TV
  • refrigerator
  • Air Conditioning
    (individually controlled)
  • Modular Bathroom
  • Bidet toilet seat
  • Kettle
  • Hairdryer
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Body Wash
  • Handwash
  • Bath Towel
  • Hand Towel
  • Bathrobe


  • Free wifi

  • Coin-operated washing machines

  • Smoking booth

  • Lift



  • 01


    When Emperor Kanmu relocated the capital from Nagaoka-kyo to Kyoto in 794 , the swamp in the southern part of the Imperial Palace was reclaimed to make a garden. The garden was named 'Shinsen-en' This name " Shinsenen stands for " Garden of divine fountain " It is said to be the place where the Gion Festival started.

    Walk 21 minutes from the hotel

  • 02

    Mikane Shrine

    The god of this shrine is Kanayamahiko no Mikoto, a deity of metal and metal machinery. As the god is also called the deity of gold.and money., it has become a very popular tourist site.

    Walk 23 minutes from the hotel

  • 03

    Honnoji Ruins

    Honnoji Temple was first founded in 1415 at this location and it was destroyed by fire where the great general Oda Nobunaga was killed. The current Honnnoji Temple on Teramachi street was built in 1589 by Hideyoshi Toyotomi.

    Walk 10 minutes from the hotel

  • 04

    Yasaka Shrine Matatabisha

    Situdated in the Kyoto Sanjo Shopping Street, this shrine plays an important role at the Gion Festival.

    Walk 14 minutes from the hotel

  • 05

    Takenobu Inari Shrine

    This shrine which is called “Takenobu-Inari shrine” was founded in 859(the beginning of Heian Era) by FUJIWARA no Yoshisuke, who was aristocratic.He founded this building for people’s health and long life. Also, there was a school near here, so our ancestors put this shrine as a guardian of these places. Many couples visit the shrine to decide their child’s name.

    Walk 15 minutes from the hotel

  • 06

    Mibudera Temple

    This is a temple where SHINSEN GUMI, the then police force formed by the Tokugawa government were housed. As Many Jizo statues, guardian diety of children are worshipped here, the temple is also called Jizo Temple.

    Walk 12 minutes from the hotel

  • 07

    Kyoto National Manga Museum

    This is the largest museum for Manga in Japan.Choose from the world’s largest collection of approximately 300,000 volumes.

    Walk 28 minutes from the hotel

  • 08

    Nijo-jo Castle

    A world heritage site. the Former Imperial Villa Nijo-jo Castle has a long history of 400 years, where the changes of Japan, including the prosperity and decline of the Tokugawa Family were witnessed.

    Walk 20 minutes from the hotel