Girls modern bedrooms 2018

We are fully licensed and registered with the city of Kyoto as a lodging provider. NEW OPEN ANNOUNCEMENT: Our machiya townhouse annex space is newly renovated and now accepting reservations. About this listing: Travel back in time at Kinse: 250-year history with modern amenities. The suite spans the 2nd floor, and has AC, soaking tub, wi-fi, Japanese futon bedding, and tatami floors. Easy bike/transit access to all Kyoto sights. (Please note: NO kitchen.)

Before booking, please read our entire description carefully to see if the space is a good fit for your needs. Our antique building is suited best to travelers who appreciate its quirks and care about preserving it for future generations. We are fully licensed and registered with the city of Kyoto as a lodging provider. The building began its life over 200 years ago as an ageya where geisha entertained, and then became a ryokan about 100 years ago. Now we only only take modern one booking at a time for the second floor suite, and the first floor has a coffee shop and bar. It has been officially recognized as an historic scenic property by the city of Kyoto. On the first floor, you'll find a western style room with vaulted ceilings and many stained glass designs dating back to the early 1900s. The space houses our coffee shop and bar, which is usually open from 3 p.m. 'til 10 p.m. (closed on Tuesdays and occasionally for special events). Periodically we host concerts and other events in the space--please ask us for details about events during your stay! Once you climb the stairs to the second floor, the three bedrooms, living rooms, and soaking tub are yours to enjoy after days of Kyoto sightseeing. The atmosphere downstairs is usually relaxed and quiet, so the upstairs remains peaceful for airbnb guests.

We are in a quiet neighborhood, which was historically a geisha district but is now a residential area. Our place is one stop away on the JR line from Kyoto Station. Access to downtown Kyoto (shijo street, gion, etc.) takes about 20 minutes by bus, 1015 minutes by taxi, 15 minutes by bicycle. Nearby attractions: --Nishihonganji Temple, 10 min walk. Named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is a working temple where you can experience buddhist services early in the morning. Impressive wooden temple structure dating to 1591. In the neighborhood to the east of the temple you can find shops selling incense, rosary beads, altars, singing bowls, and other Buddhist items. --Sumiya Museum, 2 min walk: Learn more about the geisha district heritage of the neighborhood with a visit to this historic building and garden. --Central Market, 5 min: Kyoto's version of the Tsukiji Market in Tokyo. Walk around in the morning to see seafood, meat, and produce for sale. Look for ceramics and other Japanese kitchenware in the covered market area. Try a traditional Japanese breakfast at one of the local eateries. If you plan to go here, be sure to ask us for directions! --Japanese-style baths, 2 min: After a day of temple viewing, soak and sauna your aches away at a nearby bathhouse. Your pick between the "super sento" style place (multiple soaking pools and a rooftop bath) and a smaller neighborhood bathhouse.

  • Kojiro and Seanacey were excellent hosts. Following my dinner at a fabulous nearby seafood restaurant, I had an enjoyable chat a Kojiro and his friends in the Historic Inn's bar/coffee shop. Thank you for your warm hospitality and helpful suggestions to maximize my visit to Kyoto. David

  • Kojiro and Seanacey's ryokan is spectacular! Myself and four other friends stayed only for two nights, but we wished we had stayed longer. The suite is spacious, warm in winter, comfortable and visually stunning. We fell so in love with the space that we often found it hard to drag ourselves away to see the rest of the city! It was so lovely to feel a little luxurious and relax in. Kojiro and Seanacey were stupendous hosts, who were incredibly warm and welcoming. They went out of their way to help us when required, and their list of suggested restaurants led us to the friendliest eatery we had the pleasure of experiencing while in Japan. Their cafe/bar downstairs is gorgeous, and had some of the best coffee I tried in the country. The area around the suite is also quite beautiful, with a different feel compared to the more urban areas we stayed in elsewhere. We found it very enjoyable to just wander around the surrounding streets. I would not hesitate to recommend this gorgeous place to anyone travelling to Kyoto, and would definitely love go back again to spend even more time there!

  • Amazing house, a trip back into Ancient times. It really felt quite magical and we could feel the spirits of past inhabitants from Old Japan here. Great location with easy access to the markets and public transport. I highly recommend this B&B. It would especially suit groups, but I would say not for kids as there is a lot of precious stuff here that could be damaged.

  • From the moment we arrived at Kinsei Inn we felt truly welcomed by kojiro and seanancy. The accommodation is also fantastic, so much history, so much space and very clean and comfortable. We especially loved the bathroom and a soak at the end of a long day sightseeing was a godsend. There is also a coffee roaster and a very cool bar downstairs which we loved also. The tips from our hosts were also very helpful we just wished we could have stayed for longer!!!

  • We really enjoyed our stay with Kojiro and Seanacey. The suite is charming, authentic, conveniently located, and spacious. The shower, tatami mat flooring, and sliding shoji doors are awesome. We recommend popping over to the market (2 blocks away) one morning to see all of the fresh fish preparations and other goods being sold. (similar to Tsukiji fish market in some ways) Also convenient is that there are a couple of spas/public baths down the street which we went to multiple times. We would definitely stay here again.

  • This is a really beautiful and fun place to stay in Kyoto. The house is charming and a world away from the sometimes overwhelming touristy part of Kyoto. Kojiro and Seanacey were very friendly and welcoming, inviting us to join a jazz/samba session in the salon (which acts as a coffee shop / bar) and made us drip coffee before we departed. Thank you for the great hospitality!

  • Kojiro was a great guy. Very relaxed and pleasant. Was there when we needed him but left us alone when we wanted that. The house is REALLY beautiful and traditional. It was also very clean. It was conveniently situated near public transport. It was also tucked away in a very quiet side street. I would highly recommend a stay at Kojiro's beautiful home.

  • What a special place! My boyfriend and I have been traveling around for Japan for two weeks and amongst all of our stops Kojiro and Seanaceys home was hands down our favorite. The home belonged to Kojiros grandmother and you could really feel the history in its walls. It was everything I was hoping for in a place to stay while planning or trip- traditional and historic yet comfortable and charming. There was a great little cafe/bar downstairs where we sipped hot wine and highballs to the tune of old jazz. It never got too busy so noise wasn't a problem. In fact the home is on a quiet street so we slept soundly every night. Being in this home you really felt like we stepped back into time. Lastly, kojiro and seanacy were so welcoming and SO helpful. they helped us in any way we needed (restaurant recommendations, calling us cabs, translations etc.). Their place is truly special! I would recommend to anyone traveling through Kyoto.

Room Type

Entire home/apt

Property Type

Guest suite





Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan

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