The hotel convenient for the Kyoto sightseeing, long-term stay, university taking an examination, and business Homely, in addition the ring of international exchange which spreads in the hotel.

Appearance Room Nashinoki is a family-run inn in a quiet neighborhood of Kyoto, the former capital of Japan for a millennium until it was moved to Tokyo. It is located just north of Kyoto Imperial Palace between Doshisha University and Kamo River. For many tourists, it offers easy access to subway, extensive city bus services and Keihan train for sightseeing or shopping.
The Owner Keiji Yamamori and his wife, Toyoko, have been running the inn since 1970. All of the rooms are Japanese style with tatami mat and futon for sleeping. Visitors from around the world stay at Nashinoki because of the friendly and warm hospitality offered by the Yamamoris.
Many guests also enjoy talking with Toyoko Yamamori, who has an expertise in ancient Egypt and hierograph. Both Keiji and Toyoko also enjoy travel abroad themselves including Egypt. They both speak basic english. NASHINOKI INN
*Japanese or Western breakfast is available upon request. No dinner is served.

Special Offer(No registration nor fee is required) Free rental bicycle service

Access Map
Address: Teramachi-Nishiiru, Imadegawa, Kamikyo-ku, Kyoto 602-0838
Phone: 075-241-1543
Fax: 075-211-0854
Transportation: 7-minute walk from Imadegawa Subway Station or 3-minute walk from Kawaramachi Imadegawa Bus Stop.
Facility: Six Japanese rooms in the two story wooden house. It has a Japanese furo, or bath.
Payment: Traveler checks or cash in yen or foreign currency, no credit card accepted.
One person / 5,900 yen
(Friday&Saturday / 6,400 yen)
Japanese breakfast, 1,080 yen
Check in: 11:30am~
Check out: 10:30am
Parking: Available for one car(1,000 yen)

From Kyoto Station, take the Karasuma Line subway to Imadegawa Station. Take the train bound for Kokusaikaikan. (Fare 230 yen). Get on the last car of the train; it will be closest to your exit. When you arrive at Imadegawa Station take the exit at Gate No. 3. When you get up to street level, turn left and walk toward Kawaramachi Street. You will walk past Doshisha University. While you are walking, the Imperial Palace wall will be across the street. After passing the campus, turn left at the corner coffee shop, Yaomon. Nashinoki Inn is about 100 meters on the left. Total walking time is about 7 minutes.

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