Yoshikawa Ryokan

The Yoshikawa, although exclusive and luxurious, manages to retain very friendly and welcoming service, which stems from its long family history. A stay here will open the doors to some of the many unique customs of staying in a traditional inn, but these are never overwhelming and simply put, will leave you with some wonderful memories of Kyoto's famed hospitality.

    Japanese Room

    The Japanese guestrooms are well proportioned and furnished in traditional style with tatami mat floors and paper shoji doors, arranged around an exquisite garden with a pond filled with koi carp.

      Dining

      The Yoshikawa Ryokan is well-renowned for its famous tempura restaurant, which is certainly worth trying.

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