About this listing
This is independent homestay. Room is very clean neat, basic life of Kyoto. Middle sized Supermarket is just 30 seconds by walk which open until 22h. Very convenience, live like Kyotoite.
Kyoto home stay independent.
Travelers to Kyoto can easily spend a week visiting the city’s historical attractions such as the Kyoto Imperial Palace, (京都御所)Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion 金閣寺) which is world heritage of UNESCO and Sanjusangendo. (三十三間堂)All sections of the city contain more than one locale well worth a thorough visit, Notably, some of Japan’s oldest traditions, such as the tea ceremony, flower arranging, and geisha schooling originated in the city. These ancient customs, while still practiced throughout Japan, can only be observed in their original setting in Kyoto. Maybe it takes about 5 days to visit important sightseeing spots. Only 2 or 3 days are little bit short.
Near Daitokuji and Golden Pavilion at the heart of Japanese Culture, our district is called Murasakino.
its means violet-field which is read by the famous Japanese poem Manyoushu( edited in 7th century)
When you arrive our house. You are already member of our family but we respect your privacy.
We call it Independant homestay
We let you your own room key like hotel, your own individual room is located in 3rd floor,
You can use 2nd and 3rd floor of the house as families. The family lives 1st and 2nd floors,
off course if you need our help, we are always available your questions and needs.
so you are not alone but you are not all the time with family. We don’t prepare your meals, but we are always with you.
adress is 4 sendocho murasakino kitaku kyoto city
http : / / konaka -
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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I am pure kyotoite but now I live in Paris, since 15 years in France. Operation by English and French.
My passions are travelling, reading, films, music, and my lovely adolescent boys..