Nice room. Not too big, but good enough to sleep.conveniently located on top of a starbucks and a Tully's across the street. Bus stop infront of hotel and subway station one block away. Good location to see/dress up as Geisha.
This family-friendly Kyoto hotel is located in the historical district, within a 5-minute walk of Kahitsukan - Kyoto Museum …More
We had a fantastic stay, one of the best ever. Antique street, boutique hotel, lots of care from the hostess and her managing team. Nice breakfast, courtesy drinks in the afternoon, wifi in a room (all free). We got more than bed and breakfast, we got personalized advise on Kyoto and beyond. Recommended restaurants and shops were right to the point, I would love to come to Mume again!
Ilya from Moscow, Russia
Located north part of Gion one of the most famous entertainment area in Kyoto.More
We stayed here a few nights. We were unaware that the bathrooms were communal but secured an ensuite at least for a night. Typical modern tatame room. All clean. More like a hostel with family rooms. Nice relaxed and helpful staff. An ofuru bath, was rather small had to be booked and was non too hot.
The best thing was position. Very close to Kyomisudera etc and a stroll to the Gion and pontocho.
Traveller from jakarta shanghai london
Located in Gion, this ryokan is within a 10-minute walk of Gesshinin and Gion Corner. Kiyomizu Temple and Heian Shrine are …More
"Close to everything- really in the middle of Gion"
Quiet- yet steps away the bustle of tourists on one of the most popular streets in Gion. we got a large room with a huge bathroom/bath and shower area and the beds were comfortable. My only complaint was the AC leaked on the carpet (luckily, where we did not walk) and the room would get hot and stuffy in the mornings despite the AC being on. Not a big deal though- everything else was great.
Traveller from vermont/new york
Located in Gion, this hotel is steps from Kyoto MINAMIZA Theatre and Gion Corner. Kiyomizu Temple and Sanjusangendo Temple …More
The rooms were quite attractive, the Japanese breakfasts were excellent, the food was fresh and tasty and there was plenty of it. Some things I struggled with were, not having a bed to flop down on in the middle of the afternoon after a long walk in the heat. One had to wait until the beds were laid out at around 5 pm. After 4 days of sleeping on a thin futon
on the floor I was hanging out for a western bed. But I am 60 and not as flexible as I used to be. I really struggled with sitting on the floor for breakfast. I became so uncomfortable the second time round that I hardly ate any breakfast. I had to go and find a bakery. I feel a bit uncomfortable here as I do not wish to diss the hotel. The staff were very helpful. though some had rudimentary english. As a genuine Japanese ryokan the place was very good. as accommodation for a soft westerner it left quite a bit to be desired.
Traveller from Australia
Located in Gion, this ryokan is within a 10-minute walk of Daiunin Temple and Gion Corner. Kiyomizu Temple and Heian Shrine …More