My husband and I stayed at the Ikumatsu in April 2013 and took a deluxe twin room in the main building. We booked online and requested the kaiseki dinner at 7:30. The Ikumatsu was difficult to find, our cab driver had to get out and walk up & down the street to find the doorway, so if you can print... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 200-year-old historical ryokan invites you to the nostalgic sentiment of the days of Samurai period. Great place to soak up the Kyoto atmosphere. During summer guests can enjoy authentic Kyoto Kaiseki meal on open-air restaurant called "Yuka", which is highly popular as well. ... more less
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