A little more authentic way of life in Kyoto;
Discover the real Japan at Rinn
Located at a four-minute-walk from Tofukuji station,
a traditional townhouse inn Rinn Tofukuji Kamogawa opened beside the Kamogawa River.
The interior of the house was stylishly designed while representing Kyoto to match the building with black as its base color.
Subdued dark colors are used for the tables and curtains.
The rooms are decorated with traditional handicrafts such as lamps designed by
Isamu Noguchi, Kyoto printed silk, Raku ware, and paper-sliding doors.
Maple and leopard plant grow in the courtyard that you can view from the Japanese-style room on the first floor.
The leaves of the maple turn red in fall and the leopard plant bears large yellow flowers.
You can also watch the courtyard from the bathroom. Relax and refresh yourself with a bath.
The Japanese-style room has cushions and legless chairs, but we also have chairs and tables in the corridor
next to the Japanese-style room for guests not used to sitting on the floor.
You will enjoy sitting in a chair and watching the courtyard while drinking tea.
The Kyoto printed silk on the wall of the alcove on the second floor is one of the traditional crafts in Kyoto,
and dyed paintings used to be soaked in the Kamogawa River to produce vivid colors.
The vase with large Tu Fu Ling lively is Raku ware, traditional Japanese earthenware.
Explore the guest house after getting some rest.
Popular restaurants and coffee shops line the road leading to Tofukuji Temple from the inn.
Eat dumplings and roasted chestnuts on the way to the temple to enjoy the magnificent view reflecting each season.
The Keihan Main Line and JR Nara Line running from the Tofukuji Station facilitate traveling to other tourist spots.
You can enjoy sightseeing around Rinn Tofukuji Kamogawa or relax and take a stroll around Tofukuji Temple.
Enjoy your own traveling style.
Rinn Tofukuji Kamogawa
16-22 Fukuine Kakimoto-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi 605-0985