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Shukubo (Temple Lodging) in Kyoto, written by Ed Jacob

  • Says Ed-san: “The Information here is based  mostly on the Japan National Tourist Organization (JNTO) Pamphlet entitled "Shukubo.”
  • See Ed Jacob’s Shukubo Main Page 
  • See JNTO Pamphlet Shukubo in Kyoto (PDF File)
  • This web site and writer Ed Jacob assume no liability for your dealings with these lodges.
    Prices may vary from those listed below.

Shoho-in

Address

Omiya-Matsubara Nishi-iru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-811-7768

Room Charge

5000 per person

Remarks

English Spoken

Hiden-in

Address

35 Sennyui Sandai-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-561-8781

Room Charge

4,500 per person, including breakfast

Remarks

English spoken.  Reserve at least one day in  advance

Shinnyo Sanso

Address

82 Shinnyo-cho, Jodoji, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-751-8073, Fax 075-771-1304

Room Charge

5,000 with breakfast, 6,500 with breakfast on Saturday and in high  season

Remarks

English spoken.  Reservation by fax or  mail

Gesshin-in

Address

Shimogawara, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-561-8088

Room Charge

3,500 with breakfast

Remarks

Unmarried couples are not allowed to share  rooms!

Myorenji

Address

Teranouchi Omiya Higashi-iru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-451-3527

Room Charge

3,500

Remarks

No English.  No bath (Public bath in the  neighbourhood)

Myokenji

Address

Teranouchi Horikawa Higashi-iru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-414-0808

Room Charge

4,500 (without breakfast), 5,000 (with breakfast)

Remarks

No English.

Daishin-in

Address

Hanazono myoshinji-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-461-5714

Room Charge

4,500 with breakfast

Remarks

No English.  Reservation by a reply-paid postcard  preferred

Torin-In

Address

Hanazono Myoshinji-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-463-1334

Room Charge

4,700 with breakfast, 5,700 with dinner and breakfast

Remarks

No English.  Foreign guests must be acompanied by a Japanese  person

Kosho Kaikan

Address

Horikawa Shichijo kado, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-361-7666

Room Charge

4,200 to 5,460

Remarks

Ferro-concrete building.  English spoken

Chishakuin Kaikan

Address

Higashiyama Nanajo, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-541-5363

Room Charge

6,500 with breakfast, 8,000 with dinner and breakfast

Remarks

Hanazono-Kaikan

Address

Nanazono Myoshinji-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-461-6857

Room Charge

5,500 to 12,000

Remarks

Ferro-concrete building, No English

Omuro Kaikan

Address

Omuro Ouchi, Ukyo-ku,Kyoto

Telephone

075-464-3664

Room Charge

4,000 with breakfast, 8,000 with dinner and breakfast

Remarks

Ferro-concrete building, no English

Nishihonganji Monto Kaikan

Address

Horikawa Hanaya-cho Nishi-iru, Shimogyo-kyu, Kyoto

Telephone

075-361-4436

Room Charge

4,000

Remarks

Ferro-concrete building, no English

Senbon Emmado

Address

Sembon Kuramaguchi Sagaru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-462-3332

Room Charge

5,000 with breakfast

Remarks

Ferro-concrete building, no English

Jorenge-In

Address

407 Ohara-raigoin-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto

Telephone

075-744-2408

Room Charge

7,000 with dinner and breakfast

Remarks

No English

 

Hieizan Enryakuji Kaikan
This Shukubo is located on the beautiful and historic Mt. Hiei. This is one of  the most important sites in Kyoto's history, and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Once you get away from the main temples, which are crowded with package tourists, there are some lovely walks to old temples that are rarely visited yet are much more beautiful and atmosperic than the more popular ones in  the main area. Hieizan is beautiful, but the Shukubo is rather expensive,  the food is mediocre, and the building itself it faux-Japanese so a stay here is not recommended.

 

Address

Hieizan Sakamoto Hon-cho, Otsu-shi, Shiga

Telephone

0775-78-0047

Room Charge

11,000 with breakfast, 12,000-14,000 with dinner and breakfast

Remarks

Ferro-concrete building, no English

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