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Japanese Room with Bath (8 tatami mats)

Japanese Room with Bath (8 tatami mats)

1 Japanese futon
Relax - In-room massage available
Entertainment - Free WiFi, LED TV
Food & Drink - Refrigerator and free bottled water
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and free toiletries
Practical - Safe and phone
Comfort - Air conditioning
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Gokomachi St.-Nijyo Sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan 604-0933

Make yourself at home in one of the 30 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring refrigerators and LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and complimentary bottled water.

Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.

Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of NISHIYAMA RYOKAN.

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Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage.


Know Before You Go

  • The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.


The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for cooked-to-order breakfast: JPY 2000 per person (approximately)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

  • Multilingual Staff
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 318 reviews
from Singapore
Submitted on 11-04-2016
Friendly and helpful staffs. The room is spacious for two kids to run around. The bathroom comes with decent bathtub but overall size is a little small. Breakfasts were delicious (we opted for Japanese. There is Western breakfast too). It is walking distance to subway stations, convenient stores, eateries, and a bazaar like place with lots of goodies (the place is called Teramachi). There are TV (with local channels), fridge for storing food and drinks, air-conditioning system, table with a tea ... Read more
from Bangkok, Thailand
Submitted on 21-04-2016
We were really keen to try a Ryokan whilst in Kyoto and we were really looking forward to our stay in Nishiyama. We had 4 to a room which already is too many if you're going to do a Ryokan and enjoy it. The rooms are small and with four mattresses on the floor and one bathroom which doesn't leave much space/room for everyone. One or two nights of this experience is probably all you need. The Ryokan was in a good location down a quiet street and the staff were friendly and polite. We took part ... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 22-04-2016
Great experience staying in this Ryokan. Stayed in a traditional Japanese room, very clean and quite comfortable. Staff were very friendly and attentive. We had a traditional Japanese breakfast one morning which was lovely. Location is good too.
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 24-04-2016
The place is located in a quiet part of Kyoto but yet near to the train station and walking distance to the Nishiki market where there are plenty of good restaurants. The staff are also very friendly and helpful, giving us an introduction and showing us around upon our check-in. They even organized activities for guests such a origami class and traditional Japanese tea drinking which are fun.
from Auckland, New Zealand
Submitted on 28-04-2016
We stayed in two rooms for four nights. The rooms were traditional with tatami mats and futon mattresses. The staff were the outstanding memory of this ryokan. They went out of their way to make us feel welcome. The rooms were a good size (8 tatami mats) but my partner had some trouble with hitting his head on the beam and doorway. He is 6 foot tall . The bathroom is very small but as expected in a ryokan. The hotel had a shared bath (seperate for men and women) and this was lovely with a view o... Read more
from Boston, Massachusetts
Submitted on 04-07-2016
This is a great Japanese style hotel. Wonderful front desk staff, the room was perfect but you need to adapt to sitting & sleeping on the floor. Loads of closet space. The bathroom is small but effective. The public bathing area is a real treat for non Japanese. The best part if the whole time was the Japanese breakfast. Loads of interesting food, delightful staff. Great location near the city hall. Highly recommended.
from Copenhagen, Denmark
Submitted on 30-07-2016
Very friendly staff and a fantastic atmosphere. Wonderful to try origami and tea ceremony. Spacious rooms and great communal bath. Very good food. Perfectly situated in a quiet street but close to the shops and several sights.
Submitted on 08-08-2016
This ryokan is a few subway stations (get off at Karasuma Oike) and a 5-10 min walk from Kyoto Station, so a little off the beaten track, but is otherwise well-situated and close to the restaurant/shopping areas, and bus routes eg to Arashiyama. The staff were excellent and a real highlight of the ryokan; very welcoming and helpful. There were a few activities they put on such as the tea ceremony and the origami - we had a go at the origami, which was fun. The free use of laundry was a real bon... Read more
from Austin, Texas
Submitted on 15-08-2016
My husband and I came here with friends and had a wonderful stay. This was one of the highlights of our trip to Kyoto. The Nishiyama's are so welcoming and their staff is very helpful and accommodating. The meals were traditional, beautiful and delicious. We were very pleased with our stay here and would come again on another trip to Japan! Thank you!
from Jersey city, NJ
Submitted on 26-08-2016
We wanted to stay at a traditional Japanese guest house, but wanted the ease of an easy check in, english speaking hosts and a comfortable room. These had all of the above plus more! Do opt to include the breakfast, that alone is an experience. You pick a time 7:30 - 8:30 and it will take 30-60 mins to eat. They include western style breakfast, but it's worth it trying the japanese. We tried the bath house one night which was very relaxing and also a good experience to have. The room was on the ... Read more
from Davison, Michigan
Submitted on 11-09-2016
Loved everything about this Ryokan except they have a policy that you are locked in the Ryokan at midnight. For me I didn't like it since back home it's 11am in the morning and I need to walk around. Would recommend if you don't mind being locked in or locked out if you are not back by midnight.
from Dublin
Submitted on 18-09-2016
We wanted an authentic Japanese accommodation experience while still having a little western comfort and this guest house exceeded our expectations. The wonderful couple who own the Ryokan invite guests to a tea ceremony which is very pleasant. There is a small onsen downstairs that is the perfect way to end a busy day of sightseeing. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and clean. The staff are friendly and helpful with generally good English. The location is very near to Kyotoshiyakusho-Mae sub... Read more
from Orbassano, Piedmont, Italy
Submitted on 29-09-2016
We spent only one night here in the Ryokan and it was fine , I ve to say that for me is a little bit to expensive considering what they re offering. I mean , the bedroom was fine , the staff is very kind and speak english , the tradition Japanese breakfast huge and tasty and the tea cerimony in the morning very interesting , but 300 Euros is the same price ( even more ) of the cost of a 5 star hotel in Tokyo... so , all is fine , but I think 200 Euros should be a good price for this experience.
from Mexico City
Submitted on 03-10-2016
This is a wonderful ryokan, the service is just amazing and above (wonderful) Japan service culture. All staff goes to great lengths to be sure I was happy, comfortable, helped and super relaxed. The onsen is amazing and having at least a night in the traditional futon bed is a must :-)