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Nearby Fushimi Inari, Tofuku-ji, and To-ji,
this is the ideal location for sightseeing in southern Kyoto.

  • 伏見稲荷大社
    Fushimi Inari Shrine

    Inari Shrine, often called o-inari-san, may perhaps be the most familiar shrine to the Japanese people.
    The head shrine to these nearly 30,000 Inari shrines nationwide is Fushimi Inari Shrine.
    The stunning Thousand Torii, bright red gates lining the path to the shrine, make this one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Japan.

  • 伏見稲荷大社
    Fushimi Inari Shrine

    Inari Shrine, often called o-inari-san, may perhaps be the most familiar shrine to the Japanese people.
    The head shrine to these nearly 30,000 Inari shrines nationwide is Fushimi Inari Shrine.
    The stunning Thousand Torii, bright red gates lining the path to the shrine, make this one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Japan.

  • 東寺
    To-ji Temple

    A temple built when the capital was relocated to Heian, these are the only existing remains of Heian-kyo.
    The temple, which contains many treasures and maintains its original layout, was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
    The famous five-story pagoda (National Treasure) was rebuilt by Iemitsu Tokugawa and is the tallest in Japan.
    In springtime, weeping cherry trees bloom around the pagoda, creating a very Kyoto-like scene.

  • 東寺
    To-ji Temple

    A temple built when the capital was relocated to Heian, these are the only existing remains of Heian-kyo.
    The temple, which contains many treasures and maintains its original layout, was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
    The famous five-story pagoda (National Treasure) was rebuilt by Iemitsu Tokugawa and is the tallest in Japan.
    In springtime, weeping cherry trees bloom around the pagoda, creating a very Kyoto-like scene.

  • 東福寺
    Tofuku-ji Temple

    One of the five mountains of Kyoto, this is the oldest example of hojo (head priest’s quarters) architecture in Japan.
    On the premises are the main temple as well as sub-temples dedicated to high priests, and the temple’s Tsuten Bridge is popular as the top spot for viewing autumn leaves in Kyoto.
    While visiting during autumn to see the leaves goes without saying, a visit during mid-spring to see landscapes of fresh greenery is also highly recommended.

  • 東福寺
    Tofuku-ji Temple

    One of the five mountains of Kyoto, this is the oldest example of hojo (head priest’s quarters) architecture in Japan.
    On the premises are the main temple as well as sub-temples dedicated to high priests, and the temple’s Tsuten Bridge is popular as the top spot for viewing autumn leaves in Kyoto.
    While visiting during autumn to see the leaves goes without saying, a visit during mid-spring to see landscapes of fresh greenery is also highly recommended.

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  • Entrance
  • Noren
  • Entrance at Night
  • Japanese-style Room
  • Japanese-style Room with Calligraphy
  • Lounge
  • Front Desk
  • Check-in Tablet
  • Welcome Drink
  • Bonsai
  • Saba-Sushi
  • Breakfast Buffet

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