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Recently stayed here for the 5th.time,this time with my 16 y.o. Grandson. Eimi & Hiro were so helpful & friendly, as always. Very kind & generous family. It is such a beautiful area — just a short walk to Kiyomisudera Temple. Easy walking distance to...More
Stayed there for 3 days with our 5yo daughter.
Location:ok, slightly uphill (not very convenient if you have heavy luggage), just at the foot of Kyomizu-dera temple, 10-15min walk from Gion area. Very quiet at night, super touristy and noisy during the day.
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Response from eimi-hanakiya, オーナー at Hanakiya InnResponded April 27, 2017
We apologize for our clean.
You felt we haven't change it from other guests. But I would like to say... I DO change fresh sheets when new guests check-in. I don't want make misunderstanding about it.
Thank you very much for your advice. I will...More
This ryokan nabs top slot as favourite of our whole trip. The owner (Emi-San) greeted us with a huge smile and proceeded to point out all the best places plus the best hanami (cherry blossom viewing). Following her instructions we went to Kiyomizudera...More
Although Kyoto received us with a thick rain and we were kind of dissapointed and tired after the Shinkansen journey from Tokyo, Eimi (the ryokan's owner) received us with huge energy and good humour (even though it was 7 pm).
And the best part is...More
The Hanakiya Inn is located in a picturesque location near the Kiyomizu Temple. The rooms are neat and clean and the shared bathrooms are tidy as well. We stayed in the annex location which is a short walk from the main building. I'm sure they...More
Response from raquelbrouwer | Reviewed this property |
communicateed via online as well. We didn't cimmunicate with hanakiya directly. From the airport we took a taxi. The driver didn't know the place so it is always handy to bring the map and address with japanese translation... More
communicateed via online as well. We didn't cimmunicate with hanakiya directly. From the airport we took a taxi. The driver didn't know the place so it is always handy to bring the map and address with japanese translation. it is near the temple/tourist spot.
We found the main house and the owner was there so she accompanied us to the annex. the road leading to the annex is quite hilly so it was quite challenging to roll down our suitcases.
well, we had a nice time there as it was a nice experience to stay in a traditional Ryokan/japanese house. The owner is fluent in english and very helpful.
enjoy your stay :-)