A little more authentic way of life in Kyoto;
Discover the real Japan at Rinn
Rinn Manju-ji is located in the place named in the city planning project conducted by Hideyoshi Toyotomi
during the Azuchi-Momoyama period, near Gojoten Shrine, which has been popular since ancient times.
Rinn Manju-ji is where you can learn the culture symbolizing the Azuchi–Momoyama period.
In the entrance hall with a wooden floor, a deep-seated sofa welcomes travel-worn guests
while a kimono sash and willow arranged in a flower vase represent the ornate culture that flourished in the Azuchi–Momoyama period.
Simple and refined black furniture is arranged in the living room and bedroom to create a relaxing space.
Colorful woodblock prints in the room attract guests' attention.
These are faithful reprints of historical woodprints that were actually used in Kyoto,
showing the patterns of the costumes used in Noh plays, which were popular during the Azuchi–Momoyama period.
Yellow used as an accent color in the bedroom to represent familiarity is said to have been used by Hideyoshi Toyotomi for banners.
Take a walk around the city to see what symbolizes the period in this historic city and you may discover something new about Kyoto.
2-380-2 Tenshitsukinuke, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi 600-8456