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Kyōto-shiのAyuhouse (女性専用) 伏見区、京都
[Only women can stay at my house !]
Hi there! I'm Ayu. I live in very small single-story house.
This house is an old-style Japanese house. I am interested in old homes.
It can be unfriendly to modern life, but it is also very cozy.
If you are interested in that too, spend a short time here with me.
I am also interested in international exchanges.
1) Rooms: The house has two rooms: one room is the living room, and the other is my bedroom.
I spend most of my time in my bedroom , so you can use the living room as your private room, and it has a very comfortable sofa-bed.
And then，it has a kitchen, a tiny bathroom and a toilet.
2) Wi-fi: When I am in the house, you can use the wi-fi and my laptop(Mac Book).
It's 7 minutes on foot to the nearest Keihan and Kintetu stations,
Shijo-station (Keihan) is 20 minutes by train from my house.
Kyoto-station(Kintetsu)is 17 minutes by train from my house.
Moreover, it is a place convenient to go to Uji, Osaka, Nara, and Shiga Prefecture.
(I often go to Osaka and Nara-city :))
Then,This area has some famous shrine and temples.
（Fushimiinari Toufuku-ji Tou-ji, etc.）
4) Pick up: Consult me about check in time.
I usually work on weekdays, but if you want , I will be able to pick you up from the nearest station (after 19 o’clock ).
*Kitchen (Microwave, kettle，refrigerator)
My english level is not so good, but I will do my best :)
A supermarket and a convenience store are also close and are convenient.
There are also many restaurants Okonomiyaki Ramen Soba Udon Bento Sake Bar
Other Things to Note
Ayumi has her blog.
If you make a booking on Ayumi's House, you can see it.
It was a very memorable experience over-all. The place is very near train stations so going around is pretty easy especially if you are alone. Ayu-sans place is cozy especially it was winter and I was able to experience kotatsu and snow for the first time ever. But its really Ayu was great and we did talked a lot of interesting things. She's really fun to be with and easy to hang around with. I guess like her past guests, it feels really nice that you've formed a friendship beyond just being a host and a traveler.
I met Hidemi-san and Aki-san, along with their other guests and tenants on the eve of New Year and it was another exciting experience for me. I was able to make new friends too and had my Hatsumode at Kodaiji Temple. And experience the traditional Japanese New Year!
I'd definitely go back and see them once I have the chance to go back to Kyoto. These people are beyond awesomeness :)
I felt very welcomed by Ayumi - she met me at the train station and walked me to her cute home my first night. She also took time out of her busy schedule to have dinner w/ a friend and I at a sushi restaurant and cooked me a delicious meal my last night there.
Her home is very comfortable and quiet. I had no concerns about my safety, even walking home late at night.
Ayumi can also assist with navigating the train and subway systems in Kyoto - she was a valuable asset in my planning.
I had the most incredible time in Ayumi-san's house (I stayed a week there). Her house is cozy, the neighborhood is quiet and very close to Fushimi Station and Sumizome station so you are quickly in the main places to visit in Kyoto.
But the best part of Ayumi-san's house, it's her. She is an adorable woman, extremely friendly and generous, curious and interesting. She was at work most of the day but we had nice chats and good time at night. She's a also a musician and I had the privilege to see her playing in a one of the bar she performs...
Kyoto is a lovely place but my number one memory there will definitely be Ayumi-san. I met a new friend there and that is the best when you're travelling.
Ayumi was a great host, providing great friendly hospitality! The room had a nice cozy feel to it. We also had dinner together at her house on one of the nights I was staying, inviting her neighbour, Chiharu, over which was a great experience being about try japanese style hotpot(nabe) .
Although I didn't have a chance to meet Hidemi, her response are really fast and friendly!
I had a great time in Kyoto and at Ayumi's little, but cosy house. I liked it very much and felt comfortable while staying at Ayumi's place. Ayumi was a perfect host, she was kind, helped with any advice she could (for example, where to go in Kyoto and what to visit) and we had some nice conversations. She also picked me up at the station on the first day and we went out for dinner.
とても良かったです！Thank you very much, Ayumi!! Hope to come back someday in the future :-)
Hidemi (who manages this location) was fast with answering the mail and responding to my questions.
Ayumi is the host of the apartment, she contacted me on time and provided me with good directions. She also met me at the station! Ayumi is a cheerful and open person and very helpful as a host. She collected a lot of information about interesting sights in Kyoto and offered me a lot of tips. We went out for dinner together and had a good time. Besides that, I feel I have a friend in Kyoto now!
Hidemi and Ayu are really great!!! Ayu's house is old but typically Japanese and beautiful decorated. Ayu made a nice map on the blackboard with her personal tips for kyoto, which proved to be great and surprising. While entertaining the other little temporary guest Mi (a kitten but she has moved out again) we talked a lot. The next day we went to a typical but non-tourist tofu restaurant and a craft beer bar. The house itself is conveniently located in the southeast in a quiet neighbourhood with supermarkets, bakeries etcetera. A wonderful experience!
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My name is Hidemi Shiotani. My family like traveling abroad.
I have a share house at Kyoto from 2012 June . We would like to interchange with many persons who came from overseas.