Kyomai Inn

685-2 Higashishiokojicho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 600-8216, Japan
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long term stay in kyoto

by ilanairs

Does anyone know of an apartment or guest house company that offers long-term stay options (2-3 weeks?) in kyoto?
I know about The Budget Inn and Tour Club, but I'm wondering about any other long-term stay places
thanks a lot for any help
Ilana

RE: long term stay in kyoto

by AyurinHiro

Hi, Welcome to Japan!
We are Japanese couple living in Osaka, Japan :-)

There are cheap inns in Kyoto.
http://kshouse.jp/
http://www.gojo-guest-house.com/gojo-guest-house/gojo-e.html
http://www.j-hoppers.com/index.htm
http://pws.prserv.net/waruida/tojian/tojian_top_e.htm

Since we are living in Osaka (very near Kyoto), we have never stayed a hotel in Kyoto...
so I'm sorry I can't give our feedback from our own experience.
I got to know them through internet.

Hope this helps. and if you have questions, please feel free to ask me :-)

Ayurin, Osaka JAPAN

RE: RE: long term stay in kyoto

by ilanairs

thank you very much!
Ilana

RE: RE: long term stay in kyoto

by ClareyD

Hi there,
We stayed in K's house - we really recommend it really friendly backpackers hostel which is more like a guesthouse - very clean and also quite new, very well located right by Kyoto station and their website doesn't do it justice. Although note that they are quite popular so they get booked up quite quickly. Some details are on my page.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/80e24/edbe1/3/

Travel Tips for Kyoto

No Smoking inside Temples.

by A2002

As the temples are built from wood, smoking is banned inside the temples. The picture shows the sign for "No Smoking". I can read that cos I am literate in Chinese characters, not that I know Japanese.

Guitar shop

by husain about ?

I spent many days searching for a fender telecaster guitar for my brother who asked me specifically to bring him back one... The Japanese made ones are pretty good it seems.
This store one was close to where i was staying.

Kyoto's Cafe Culture Pt. 1.

by Intrepidduck about Maeda's Cafe

Like many intresting coffee houses the world over I am drawn towards them by some strange magnetism. This one in Kyoto indeed can count since it's so tucked away most people would never in the world find it. For the genuine coffeehouse lover and one who wants a bit of an escape from the tourist establishments go here for a quite coffee or to meet the locals. This cafe offers a warm friendly feeling, authentically modeled from the classic European coffee house. Also most inportantly it's located within an interesting contemporary arts space complete with in house studios etc. There are actually three other Meada's Coffee houses in the central Kyoto area. Coffee.

Kiyomizu Dera Temple

by bkoon

Kiyomizudera is the MUST SEE temple in Kyoto. Sitting on high stilts, the temple also offers a nice view of the Kyoto city from its big terrace.

Extracted from web-link:
Main temple of the Kitahosso sect of Buddhism. Founded in 778 and built starting 798 on the side of Otowa Hill. The temple includes some 30 structures most of which were rebuilt in 1633 by Tokugawa Iemitsu the 3rd shogun. The Main Hall (National Treasure) with its wooden balcony is a beautiful work of architecture in the Heian period style with a single-ridge roof sloping in four directions and cypress-bark roofing. It contains an image of the Eleven-headed Kannon (Important Cultural Property). Otowa Waterfall is visible below the balcony. Koyasu-no-To (Important Cultural Property) a 3-storied pagoda built as a petition for easy childbirth can be seen across the valley. In December 1994 Kiyomizudera Temple became part of the World Cultural Heritage.

Entrance Fee : 300 Yen (As At 14 May 2004)

the colours of autmn

by husain

Every year in autumn, the leaves turn red and the whole landscape has a lovely warm hue to it. It had only just begun while i was there. I would have loved to see the spectacle in its fullest colours.

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