Ryokan Sanki is located in the historical district of Kyoto called Shimabara. Shimabara is an old enterta
Ryokan Sanki is located in the historical district of Kyoto called Shimabara. Shimabara is an old entertainment district near Nishihonganji temple in the southwest part of downtown Kyoto. It is also conveniently close to JR Kyoto station.
The establishment of Sanki Inn is more than 100 years old and is built in a purely traditional Kyoto style. We share the same unique neighborhood with historical landmarks such as Sumiya (a National Historical Property), Wachigaiya, and Daimon. They were all built in the Edo Period (between 17th and 19th century). If you are lucky, you might come across a procession of a gorgeous Tayu (courtesan) and her attendants on the street reflecting images of the past.
We would be happy to serve you in this historical environment, and invite you to savor the atmosphere of old Kyoto.
7 Japanese- Style Rooms
The total capacity of the inn is limited to 21 persons.
All rooms are equipped with A.C. and T.V.
A shared Japanese-style bathroom facing an indoor court garden Available for use between late afternoon and midnight
(There is also a Japanese public bathhouse across the street.)
We do not have any parking.
(Please use public parking at Umekoji Park 5 min. from our inn)
Children under 2 years old are free
Children between 3 and 5 are 1.000yen
Children between 6 and 12 are 2000yen
Check in PM15:00 /
Check out AM10:00
○About 5 min. walk from JR Tanbaguchi Station
○About 20 min. walk from JR Kyoto Station
○About 5 min. walk from Umekouji-Kouen-mae Bus Stop (No.205)
○About 5 min. walk from Shimabara-guchi Bus Stop (No.206)
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