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It’s among the oldest in Kyoto, opened in 1818 and still going strong. And even in the tradition-bound world of the ryokan, Hiiragiya is known for its slow pace of change — yes, there’s a remote control to operate the lights and the curtains, but it’s hard-wired, and charmingly handmade by the proprietor’s late great-grandfather. And while all twenty-eight rooms are different, they’re all utterly traditional, constructed with first-rate skill and decorated with arts and crafts (stained glass, woodwork, kakejiku scrolls) by master artisans.
This is a place to lose yourself in layer after layer of seemingly imperceptible detail. The breakfast tofu bowl is cooked using traditional Japanese white charcoal, heated in a bowl designed by Kiyotsugu Nakagawa, whose woodworking skill earned him the title of Living National Treasure. Does it come through in the flavor? If you’re sensitive to such things, it just might — and there’s only one way to find out.
Please note: Hiiragiya does not accommodate lone travelers during high seasons.
Booking Details: Hiiragiya requires additional information from guests to ensure the best stay possible. As such, reservations can only be confirmed through our customer service team. Contact us for assistance. Rates begin at JPY170000 per night.
Gastscore & Beoordelingen
Nog geen geverifieerde verblijven.
Scores zijn op een schaal van 20 punten, op basis van geverifieerde gastbeoordelingen. De kwaliteitsscore helpt ervoor te zorgen dat ons aanbod vers en vitaal blijft.
Voorzieningen en diensten
- Free wi-fi
- Free parking
- Room service
- Adjoining rooms
- Air conditioning
- Smoking rooms (on request)
- Wake-up service
- Luggage storage
- No pets allowed
- Bikes available
- Shopping area nearby
Wat u moet weten
- Rooms cannot accommodate cribs or extra beds.
- Children under 13 are not allowed at this property.
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