Japanese Style Ryokan 'Motonago', Kyoto
Nestled between the gentle mountain range of Higashiyama and the pure flow of Kamo River, Motonaga is situated in a tranquil, calming environment a little away from the whirl of the city. Its townscape that extends alongst a pavement approaching Kodai-ji and Kiyomizu-dera temples, Nene no Michi, pleases tourists eyes with the unique atmosphere of Kyoto, the Japan's old capital.On entering through a door with a tiled roof while seeing a tasteful earthen wall made using traditional techniques, Motonago welcomes you with a warm hospitality that only a humble inn, with its 11 rooms, can offer.
Standard Room Charge (per person, tax included):
With 2 Meals:
A group of 4 persons: JPY17,280 ~
A group of 3 persons: JPY18,360 ~
A group of 2 persons: JPY19,440 ~
*Special prices are applied to peak season.
*50% discount for children of 4-9 year-old, 30% discount for children of 10-12 year-old.
Peak season in Japan in general is as follows:
Dec 28 ~ Jan 5, April 28 ~ May 6, Aug 11 ~ 15
*Peak season varies by calendar of each year.
Kyoto style cuisine made with special seasonal ingredients succeeds in bringing the Kyoto taste to our guests with our chefs' sophisticated skills and selected menu. Meals are served at your own guestroom.
Sightseeing Spots Close to the Inn:
Nene-no-Michi, pavements approaching Kodai-ji and Kiyomizu-deraTemples.
Kiyomizu-dera Temple, listed as World Heritage.
Ninenzaka slope and Sannenzaka slope
Gion, a district famous for Maiko and Geiko as well as Kyoto style restaurants.
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Access and Sightseeing Spots
From Kyoto Sta. Take city bus #206 at the D2 stop near JR Kyoto Station Central Exit (20 minutes), get off at Gion stop. Then walk to the east for 5-8 minutes.
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