Kyoto is formerly the imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years and has a population close to 1.5 million located on the island of Honshu, Japan. A refined metropolis bounded with thousands of orthodox Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, traditional wooden houses, as well as sublime gardens and majestic palaces.
Guests staying at one of our accommodations in Kyoto can explore the entire spectrum of Japanese food, such as the formal tradition of kaiseki dining that consist of multiple courses of precise dishes to hearty plebeian fare like ramen. Discover true masterpieces of religious architecture such as the famed Golden Pavilion within the retina-burning splendor of Kinkaku-ji and the cavernous expanse of Higashi Hongan-ji. See the mesmerizing arcades of vermillion torii of Fushima-Inari-Taisha or the mother of all shrines, spread across a mountainside.
Other nearby attractions visitors to our hotels in Kyoto will enjoy are Kyoto Imperial Palace known as the Gosho in Japanese, the sumptuous and elegant architecture of Ginkaku-ji garden. The district of Gion that is famous for nightlife scene and geisha quarter scurrying to secret liaisons. See some weird and wonderful foods that go into Kyoto cuisine by visiting the famous Nishiki Market and experience the heart-warming welcome of Irasshaimase!