A little more authentic way of life in Kyoto;
Discover the real Japan at Rinn
Only the finely honed techniques of seasoned craftsmen could design such an elegant space overlooking two gardens,
with its heightened sense of refinement and relaxation.
You are in Butsuguyacho, a neighborhood between the Nishi Honganji and Higashi Honganji temples.
You feel as though you have slipped back in time as you stroll past old-fashioned wooden houses that formerly housed shops selling Buddhist articles, and the fragrance of incense often wafts out, further giving wings to your nostalgia for old Japan.
The accommodation unit is an authentic traditional town house built 65 years ago and subsequently renovated.
The Kyomachiya (traditional wooden town houses) are the product of craftsmen’s intricate skills applied to creating a space
that perfectly blends comfort and beauty.
The Kyomachiya, although graceful, are said to be unsuitable for modern living. However, as is the case with this unit,
they can be customized for supreme comfort through the addition of a Japanese cypress-paneled bathroom with a rain shower,
as well as the finest beddings, among other marks of luxury.
Let yourself be embraced by the softness and suppleness provided by natural materials for a true “wa” experience.
Rinn Premium Machiya Townhouse Kyoto RokujoⅠKunpu
222-1 Butsuguyacho,, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi 600-8347