29 min to Kyoto, 16 min to Uji, and 14 min to Nara.
It is a house that used the Japanese old house.
There are three of tatami rooms on the first floor (# 1 to 3), and three flooring rooms on the second floor (# 4 to 6) .
The house is a really well designed and elegant, traditional Japanese house, with a lovely view of the garden.
In the house, you can see Japanese paintings painted by my gran'pa on a large canvas, which was decorated in various places and it is like a gallery.
We hope you will enjoy staying in our traditional Japanese house.
For a comfortable stay, please note of the below.
1. Smoking in the house or premised is not allowed. A cleaning fee will be charged for cleaning the cigarette smell or repairing any damages.
2. Because the house if more than 85 years old, its walls are thin and are not fully soundproof, so please be quiet and keep your voice down after the lights are out.
3. The curfew is between 23:00 and 7:00, so please return to the guest house by 23:00.
4. Please take care of your valuables and belongings. There is no key for each room.
5. We expect all guests to respect the rules, and those travelling with children to explain it to them too.
Cancela hasta 5 días antes de tu viaje y recibe un reembolso completo. Cancela en los 5 días previos a tu viaje y no se te reembolsará la primera noche, pero sí el 50 % del costo del resto de las noches.
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I am currently helping at my father's architectural office with website design and advertising media. Our company have aspirations to sell products that were dealing with the real wood to breathe.
Absolutely this house is authentic wooden building. It's my favorite space.
I love traveling abroad! I have been to;
Hawaii, NY, LA, Las Vegas, and Sedona in USA.
Christchurch in New Zealand,
Melbourne and Sydney in Austraria,
Cebu in Philippines,
Hochimin in Vietnam,
Cambodia, Taiwan, Bali.
Barcelona and Madrid in Spain,
Lisbon and Aveiro in Portugal,
Chefchauen and Fes in Morocco,
Traveling abroad is learning creativity.
In my free time, I play tennis, tea ceremony, gardening, and cooking.
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