A little more authentic way of life in Kyoto;
Discover the real Japan at Rinn
Gion, the fleshpot representing Kyoto is a glamorous district where you often walk past geisha and maiko.
The area is also close to popular tourist spots including Yasaka Shrine, Chion-in Temple, Kodai-ji Temple, and Kiyomizu Temple
where you will find many traditional Kyoto restaurants and inns and will feel the atmosphere of the ancient city.
Two townhouses, Rinn Gion Yasaka Fuji and Kikyo, stand in a quiet alley
connected with the main street full of tourists where rickshaws go by.
In the language of flowers, the wisteria (fuji) symbolizes welcoming someone to a new town and special guests
while the balloon flower (kikyo) is a symbol of sincerity and neatness.
The guest houses were named to represent our wish to welcome and treat all our guests with great cordiality.
The interior design of the houses also incorporate wisteria and balloon flowers to express our desire.
You can watch the courtyard from the shoji with partial glass windows in the living room
and experience the ancient Japanese culture of sitting on the floor.
The furniture in subdued colors incorporates a design imitating lattice patterns symbolizing the townhouses in Kyoto.
Rinn Gion Yasaka Minami Fuji
445-1 Kamibenten-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi 605-0822