Spend time at a graceful Kyo-Machiya house
This Kyo-Machiya house built in the style of a weaver’s house
features a unique open ceiling that expands out
to reveal magnificent rows of beams that date back 100 years.
Relish in a new-found sense of freedom
while letting the rustic atmosphere and rich history pour over you.
The dignified Zen rock garden
that stretches out beside a line of bamboo swaying in the breeze,
affording a chance to relax as you take it all in.
“This is the destination you have sought in your travels”
Relax and spend your stay in Kyoto
Why Choose Oozora
A special time spent in an
open space that is typical of
a traditional weaver’s house
A space that stretches out before your eyes in a manner resembling that of a weaver’s house. The magnificent 100-year-old beams propping up the Machiya house give off a real sense of history. The sense of serene calm with a grassy green motif combines with the exquisite craftsmanship on display in the Kumiko woodwork and Kyoto’s traditional Karakami paperwork to draw you in.
A dignified Zen rock
garden with a very
The Zen rock garden expresses a natural scenic landscape. The vegetation changing color with the season and the bamboo swaying in the wind afford an even richer sense of quietude. Why not spend a tranquil moment gazing out at the silhouettes and contours formed with the garden lit up at night?
Living Room/ Washitsu : Japanese tatami floor room
A living room features a large open ceiling typically found in the Oriya-style weaver’s house that comes with the rustic charm of Kyo-Machiya house built some 100 years ago. The magnificent Zen rock garden that extends out from the open space has trees that change appearance with seasons such as a symbolic huge Japanese maple and plum blossoms. The raised tatami-floored area is fitted out with a traditional Kumiko framework of exquisite quality, giving it a special feeling. The large sofa and dining table offers plenty of room to sit down and relax. Reward yourself with an unparalleled experience while relaxing with a cup of coffee in hand.
We spared no expense in the pursuit of “sleeping comfort” in our bedding. The mattress atop the bed is a “Simmons”. The main bedroom is fitted with semi-double beds for maximum comfort, while single-size beds are provided in the bedroom on the first floor. Daitou Shingu’s original 10cm thick futon is used as the futon mattress. This bedding offers the ultimate in comfort and allows easy tossing and turning, perfect for those with back pain. The top coverlet is a light, warm down quilt. Our room concierge is on hand to select the top coverlet from the thin, combination, and dual-layer quilts according to the season, ensuring you a comfortable night’s sleep all year round.
Magnificent Kumiko woodwork that exudes craftsmanship
An “Ojami-zabuton” for optimal comfort
A Zen rock garden that gives off different colors with the passing seasons
Kyoto’s traditional Karakami paperwork
Bathroom and amenities
Feel as though you are bathing in a bamboo grove by opening the large window in the bathroom that leads out to the green bamboo just outside. The bathing experience on offer gives the feeling of being in an outdoor bath. The garden lights up at night, making for an even more mystical spectacle. Shampoos and washroom amenities from the brand Esthe Royer, which feature a refreshing aroma that could be mistaken for a beauty salon, are available for you to use.
TV, kitchen, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, electric kettle, refrigerator, cups and plates, drum-type washer/dryer, hair dryer, security box, free Wi-Fi
Shampoo/conditioner, body wash, make-up remover, face wash, face lotion/milk, toothbrushes, hair brushes, razor, body washing towel, cotton/cotton buds, bath towels, face towels, samue garments (comfortable room wear)
Villa-type Kyo-Machiya house for exclusive use: 1st floor (living space, Japanese tatami floor room, bedroom with 2 beds, kitchen (with stove), bathroom), 2nd floor (main bedroom with 2 semi-double beds, bedroom with 3 futon sets)
Enjoy “Shojin Ryori” a traditioEnjoy “Shojin Ryori” a traditional Zen vegetarian dish, “Cha Kaiseki” a light meal served at a tea ceremony, and “Kaiseki Ryori” a Japanese full-course cuisine from a traditional Japanese restaurant.
*Meal inclusive plans only
*Other seasonal meals are also available.
*Please be noted that the restaurants may not be available during seasons such as the end of the year.
|Check-in time||Check-in time 3PM-7PM (If you wish to check in early (10AM-2PM), please make a reservation to check in at our office. See here for more information.)|
|Check-out time||11AM (Check-out times cannot be extended)|
|Address||43-28 Mibu Matsubaracho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City 600-8823|
From Kyoto Station
Approx. 5-min. walk from JR Tambaguchi Station
Transfer to the Sagano Line (Platforms #31-33) at JR Kyoto Station bound for Kameoka/Sonobe, and then get off after 2 stops (5 minutes away) at JR Tambaguchi Station
5-minute walk from JR Tambaguchi Station
Arriving by Hankyu Railway
15-minute walk from Hankyu Railway Saiin Station
Get off at Hankyu Railway Saiin Station or Omiya Station
15-minute walk from either station
Guests arriving by car
We don’t have a parking space at our hotel.
When arriving by car, please use one of the many paid parking spots located within a 1- to 5-minute walk (daytime maximum fee of 900 yen and up).
Experiences on offer include trying your hand at Kyoto’s traditional Karakami paperwork, which dates back to the Heian period, taking a stroll in a rented kimono, or making Kyoto-style confectionary at a discount price at our partner facilities.