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We stayed two nights without breakfast (there are plenty of places to eat within spitting distance).
Its dead easy to get to from the centre of Kyoto and the Tori Trail up the mountain was breathtaking. We did it at night and i can really...More
We stay 4 nights with our 2 kids (2 and 4 years old).
The hosts are very kind. The japanese breakfast is just amazing !
The location is awesome : just 10mn from Fushimi Inari shrine.
There are also 2 underground lines included a JR,...More
we were supposed to be staying 3 nights but we ended up staying there for 5 nights due to: extremely convenient location, close to stations and temple and also the hostess, who was lovely, welcoming and very warm. She would bring us tea when we...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the splendiferous ryokan. This being our first trip to Japan, we came to Kyoto after a few days in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo and were amazed by the gentle loving care and respect shown to us by...More
We spent three nights at Karatachi in October 2014. Although they didn't speak much English, the hosts were incredibly welcoming and treated us tremendously during our stay.
The ryokan was safe, comfortable and clean, and the shower was especially great.
This is a different experience...More
Southern Kyoto has a reserved air. Though the Fushimi Inari Shrine is one of Kyoto's major tourist attractions, the surrounding nature, parks, gardens, temples, and shrines provide less-visited spaces for strolling and reflection. The Fushimi Inari Shrine itself is made up of 32,000 sub-shrines, and the mountain they are dotted across beckons hikers, picnickers, and lovers of the outdoors. Many of the
mountain's off-set paths aren't frequented by tourists, and the mountain's serenity can be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. Southern Kyoto is the place to enjoy being outside, and to pay your respects to the ancient architecture and gods of the land that are celebrated here.