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  • Peace Hostel Kyoto
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    5.0
    1140 Reviews
    Guest House
    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Minami-ku Higashikujouhigashisannouchou 21-2

    The hostel is excellently located. It is just 2 to 3 min walk from Kyoto station Hachijo east exit. Exceptionally clean. Many toilets and showers and you would never have to wait. Quite a good...

  • Kyomachiya Ryokan Sakura Hongan - G
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    4.5
    624 Reviews
    Ryokan
    228 Butsuguyacho Aburanokoji Hanayacho Sagaru, Shimogyo-ku Kyoto

    Well done again to the superb friendly staff who made our stay so comfortable and authentic. Excellent breakfast, excellent tourist advice, tucked away from the main tourist area but excellent...

  • Ryokan Ryokufuso
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    4.5
    464 Reviews
    Ryokan
    490 Kanaya-cho, Nishinotoin Rokujyoagaru Kyoto

    We had two nights in Kyoto and staying at Ryokufuso was one of the highlights for us. The staff are all incredibly helpful and polite, nothing was too much trouble for them. Our room was a small twin...

  • Matsuba Ya Ryokan
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    4.5
    549 Reviews
    Ryokan
    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Shimogyo-ku Kamijuzuyacho Dori Higashinotoin Nishiiru Kamijuzuyacho 329

    Super-friendly staff (so cant understand reviewer Diana Ps comment) at this well-located hostelry close to the fabulous/must-see Kyoto Railway Station... Yes a railway station!... see separate...

  • Kyomachiya rakuyu horikawagojo
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    5.0
    339 Reviews
    Other Lodging Facility
    Shimogyo-ku Kyoto Kyoto Prefecture Kuromon through Gojo on Le Kakimoto cho 590-16

    This accommodation felt truly authentic and we had such a fabulous time here it made our trip. The rooms were perfect, the staff friendly and could not do enough for you. Breakfast was also a lovely...

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Its wooden tea houses, shuffling geisha, and spiritual sights have seen Kyoto hailed as the heart of traditional Japan, a world apart from ultramodern Tokyo. Despite being the Japanese capital for over a century, Kyoto escaped destruction during World War II, leaving behind a fascinating history which can be felt at every turn, from the fully gold-plated Kinkakuji Temple down to traditional customs such as geisha performances and tea ceremonies, which are still practiced to this day.

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