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Southern Kyoto
Southern Kyoto has a reserved air. Though the Fushimi Inari Shrine is one of Kyoto's major tourist attractions, the surrounding nature, parks, gardens, temples, and shrines provide less-visited spaces for strolling and reflection. The Fushimi Inari Shrine itself is made up of 32,000 sub-shrines, and the mountain they are dotted across beckons hikers, picnickers, and lovers of the outdoors. Many of the mountain's off-set paths aren't frequented by tourists, and the mountain's serenity can be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. Southern Kyoto is the place to enjoy being outside, and to pay your respects to the ancient architecture and gods of the land that are celebrated here.
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Tsukimikan (月見館) is traditional Japanese style Hotel. Their service is good. House is old, but maintenance well. Dinner is typical a Japanese course 懐石 Kaiseki. It’s no bad. But considering total quality, Fee is too expensive.
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My girlfriend and I - both afficionados for travelling in Japan - visited Kyoto in November 2016 and was fortunate to be able to come across this cosy ryokan nearby Kangetsukyo. The okami was very welcoming when we arrived, immediately addressing us by our last names when they saw us walking in (there were a few parties who reserved for the same night we stayed but most were bigger groups, so they could tell right away when a couple walked in). The service was amazing, and staff were very polite and friendly throughout our stay. They have a fantastic hot spring, which is very rare and hard to find in the Kyoto / Fushimi area. Most people who travel to Kyoto would have better luck finding hot spring ryokans nearby the Arashiyama / Yunohana areas but they are much farther commutes away. We booked the Kaiseki-style dinner and breakfast plan for our stay, and for us those were the highlights of our stay. The food is very fresh and well prepared. Despite being more costly than usual - we were there during the Autumn Foliage peak season - it was among the most economical options we managed to find within the same region. During non-peak seasons, this place is a nice treat for a very good price. Something noteworthy is that we got a hand-written "thank you" from them mailed to our home address two weeks after our journey - it meant a lot for us to be able to look at the postcard and reminisce the great experience they have brought us. Having travelled to a dozen countries globally in the past decades & having stayed in many different hotels and hostels, this was a first for me.
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I travel a lot, all around the US and the world, but this was hands down my favorite experience. The staff is BEYOND wonderful and friendly, they made me feel right at home. The food is plentiful and delicious, and they always had tea and sweets ready when I returned after a day of sightseeing. Staying at a ryokan is nothing like staying at a hotel. They want to make you feel completely at home, serve you breakfast and dinner, and tea and sweets whenever you return to the ryokan. They have hot springs as well (which are wonderful) and most all of their rooms are Japanese style. As a parting gift, they even gave me two sake cups with the ryokan on it. The owners and staff were all fantastic. I simply cannot say enough. I HIGHLY recommend staying here. HIGHLY.
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My husband and I spent three wonderful nights at Tsukimikan and were impressed by the level of attention and care we received from the hotel manager and staff. The rooms were large, traditional Japanese rooms with tatami mats and very comfortable futons on the floor. The bathrooms were large and clean. We thoroughly enjoyed the hot springs baths, with both indoor and outdoor pools. We were also pleasantly surprised that we could draw hot springs water into our private bathroom. The meals were delicious, fresh and plentiful. We enjoyed many personal touches from the staff and management; we received a drawing of the colorful Japanese maple at our first meal and more art work was given to us at our last meal. We were celebrating our wedding anniversary and the staff responded to our request to have a Japanese massage by making arrangements to have massage therapists come to the ryokan. The ryokan is located very close to the train line, but the faint sounds of the train were not at all distracting. It made for convenient travel to central Kyoto and the tea town of Uji and the beautiful Byodoin Temple. We would highly recommend this ryokan.
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If you want to experience the true style of living in Japan, this is the place. Sleep on a futon on the floor, wear an "indoor kimono", sit on your knees (until they lose contact with your body and they hurt so much you just want to chop them off) when eating. Relax in the hot spa, try the excellent old fashion foods, including fantastic sushi with home made wasabi and fried Japanese hot pot. I have never felt closer to the Ghibli experience than when laying late at night on the futon, listening to the locusts playing and the trains go by in the distance.
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$289 - $542 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanKinkiKyoto PrefectureKyotoFushimiSouthern Kyoto
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