A little more authentic way of life in Kyoto;
Discover the real Japan at Rinn
As soon as you enter the living room, you will see cute mushroom-shaped paper lamps.
They are from the Porcini Family, lamps designed by designer Jasper Morrison on the basis of Gifu paper lanterns.
A gentle light will help you relax after your trip.
The comfortable low table and legless chairs are domestic products made of keyaki tree.
Small Arita ware vase is arranged next to the TV stand.
In this inn sticking to Made in Japan, we also incorporate Japanese traditional techniques
such as cutlery designed by Sori Yanagi and bamboo tableware cases.
The small window between the kitchen and living room allows guests to cook while enjoying conversations.
The veranda leads to the courtyard where maple and camellia grow.
Feel the seasonal atmosphere of Kyoto in the veranda.
The sliding doors of the closet on the second floor are from the former town house.
They are a little heavy and difficult to open, but you will experience what it is like to live in an actual town house.
Rinn Gojo Mibugawa West
5-13 Chudoji Maeda-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi 600-8804