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Yuzuya Ryokan

Osaka, Japan (OSA)

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Based on 131 reviews
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Japanese room

Japanese room

  • One Japanese Futon
The room has an ensuite bathroom.

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Yuzuya Ryokan
Yasaka Shrine Minamitonari, Gion-machi<br/>Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Japan 605-0074

Property Features.
Yuzuya Ryokan features a restaurant. The ryokan serves a complimentary breakfast. Additional property amenities include tour/ticket assistance.

There are 8 guestrooms at Yuzuya Ryokan.


  • Children 12 years old and younger are not permitted at this property.
  • No onsite parking is available.

Based on 131 reviews
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 23-03-2016
I am writing this review because I had no idea what to expect, staying at a ryokan for the the first time. I thought maybe it would be like a japanese bed & breakfast, but it was so much more. I cannot imagine that most ryokans are this beautiful. You walk up beautiful stone steps to enter...It is a high- design, super- stylish, artfully and warmly maintained private ryokan experience. Our booking was last minute online and half-board, so we didn't know what to expect. What we got was, a lovely... Read more
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 29-03-2016
This was my first time in a ryokan, I think they have done their best to adjust the experience to the Western traveler and I am quite grateful for that. The place could not be better located for Kyoto right next to a shrine and park, by the river and Gion. It is wonderful. The rooms are clean, really it's a Japanese style boutique hotel, which justifies the price as well. Breakfast is great too, if you are prepared to eat fish for breakfast that is.. You do get a grapefruit or citrus juice that ... Read more
from london, England
Submitted on 31-03-2016
Trying to rate the Yuzuya Ryokan has been a bit of a challenge. It was my first ryokan experience, and therefore I don't feel like I have much frame of reference, but for all you ryokan neophytes out there, here was my experience. Having come from a very (almost over-) friendly hotel, Yuzuya Ryokan presented much more of the reserved hospitality I expected to receive in Japan. The entrance is beautiful, and the common areas (reception area, dining room) are calm, tranquil and beautiful. Th... Read more
Submitted on 30-04-2016
The ryokan, or traditional Kyoto inn, is a must for travelers wanting to learn of the culture of Japan. Nestled behind a wooden gate on a hillside, the Yuzuya Ryokan is a delight! Be ready to wear kimonos, try traditional Japanese dinner and breakfast, sleep on very comfortable futon beds and bathe in a mineral bath. Plus, the staff is delightful and the inn is in a perfect sightseeing location.
Submitted on 05-05-2016
Gracious service, above and beyond expectations. I was somewhat concerned staying at a Ryokan .......I am Celiac and eating gluten free is a challenge in Japanese cuisine. Soy sauce contains wheat and is in everything...... Yuzuya Ryokan took great care with modifying their food offerings so that I could eat freely without worry. They were so very accommodating and the food they prepared was delicious. Had a magical stay and even got engaged!