Transportation

Kyoto Railways & buses

5~15 min walk to:

* JR KYOTO Station

* Hankyu Shijo Kawaramachi Station

* Keihan Kiyomizu Gojo Station

* Keihan Shichijo Station

* Subway Karasuma line Gojo Station

Kyoto Bus lines 17, 205 stations, to or from Kyoto station.

Neighborhood

Sights within the neighborhood and nearby area:

* Takase-gawa (Kiyamachi) and Kamo-gawa: main rivers of Kyoto – all our houses are located between them (within a 50m radius)

* The tiny streets of the Gojo Paradiso area provide the traditional atmosphere of Kyoto, as they have been preserved all this time. This is a village in the middle of the city!

* Miyagawa-Cho and Kaburenjo: Miyagawa Cho is a street of Kyoto’s Geisha homes, while Kaburenjo is theater for Geisha. You will be able to meet Geisha night and day!

Shopping and Attraction

Shopping streets and other attractions (by walking):

* Shinkyogoku Street (for souvenirs)

* Teramachi Street (for higher grade souvenirs)

* Nishiki Food Street (like a fisherman’s wharf)

24 hours convenience store, 2 “Fresco” supermarkets, Gion Super (only open during daytime)

Temples and Shinto Shrines:

Famous temples and shrines are accessed easily!

Accessible by foot:

* Kiyomizu Temple

* Sanju Sangen Do

* Yasaka Shrine

Accessible by bus or bike:

* Heian Jingu Temple

* Kinkakuji Temple

* Fushimi Inari Shrine

* Toji Temple (hosts a free market at the 21st of every month)

Museums and other cultural amusement accessible by foot:

* Museun EKI KYOTO (KYOTO ISETAN 7F)

* Kyoto National Museum

Accessible by bus or bike:

* Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art

* The Museum of Kyoto

Night Life

 

Enjoy the following sites in the calm and beautiful nights of Kyoto (accessible by foot):

* GION

* HANAMIKOJI

* PONTO CHO

* KIYAMACHI

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