Meals: Dining Hall / Counter Seat
Be inspired by traditional Japanese woodwork
This is a room on the 2nd floor with 2 rooms suited for 2 to 4 people.The style of the tea ceremony strongly remains in this room.
Seasonal fresh flowers and scrolls are decorated to welcome you.
The capacity of the room is for 4 persons, but we recommend reservation for 2 persons to relax easily.
This building is a traditional house in Kyoto built 170 years ago. Therefore, you may hear noises from street. Please kindly understand for the conservation and the inheritance of traditional culture in Kyoto.
* We do not accept children under 7 years old.
* We are charging extra fee for the municipal accommodation tax from October 1st, 2018.
- Wireless free Wifi / Hair drier / Bath towels / Socks / Toothbrush / Hairbrush / Razor
- Room wears available – Yukata and Samue
- Available for rent – TV / Blanket / Face lotion / Nail clipper / Sewing set / Additional towels
We usually serve dinner and breakfast in the separate dining hall. We also display some of the artworks that were protected and inherited by the owners of Izuyasu for generations.
If you would like to watch our chef cooking in front of you, you can also sit at the counter table.
However, it may not be available if we already have full booking for the counter seats. Please request in advance.
the shower / bath
There is no shower in the room. However, you can relax in one of the three private family baths we have.
The toilet and the washstand are placed in the room.
About the Curfew
In this Ryokan, we will close the entrance door at 11:00 PM.
It is for the security reason and to keep the Ryokan quiet.
Our building was built in 1839, thus when the guests return at midnight, their footsteps and the sound of doors can be heard in other rooms. In order to avoid any troubles, please kindly understand our policy.
You can take you bath in the 3 private family bathrooms within the building.
The dining room
All dinner and breakfast are usually prepared in the dining room. We have the inherited artworks unique to Izuyasu displayed there also.