Near Heian Shrine. Perfect for friends, couples. Walking distance to many historical sites. Bus subway supermarket ok. Great cultural area with museums, theaters, Martial arts center, a relaxing coffeeshop with table outside in the Heian Shrine park area.
It is a Japanese style room, simple and clean. It s provided with the basics for your stay. Free Wi-Fi. Bluetooth. Security lock entrance. Very close to bus stop, supermarket, cafes, restaurants, and many famous spots.
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It is a private one room apartment.
Interacció amb els hostes
I communicate with guests through mail at first, then other applications as the guests wish. The guests can feel free to contact me for anything before and during their stay.
Please feel at home, however respect in using the apartment and for the neighbours is much appreciated.
I chose Kyoto as a place to live many years ago, and I am still in love with this city. I have been working as a property manager, renting traditional Kyoto vacation houses however, I decided to become a host myself to give a chance to young people, and guests with a small budget to visit and discover Kyoto, and its numerous, historical treasures.
My apartment, called 'Mint-ap' is a modest apartament, but it reminds me of how I was living when I first came to Kyoto decades ago. From this experience, I became to understand Japanese culture. This nostalgic feeling of my old days in Kyoto is what I would like to share with you. I have also lived for years in this area of Kyoto called 'Okazaki' which is a quiet quarter, has a view of the mountains, a lot of greenery and a canal, which takes water from the biggest lake in Japan, Lake Biwa . Museums, the zoo, the traditional art 'Kanze Theatre', the new concert hall 'Rohm Theatre' which has a nice open cafe, and much more, are in close proximity.
The Kamo river is a few minutes walk away, where you can see Kyoto people jogging, walking their dogs, relaxing, bird watching, enjoying nature and the changing seasons.
I like walking around this area, and having a cup of tea in a traditional tea shop, or just wondering around discovering new spots.
I am happy to share this different side of Kyoto with you!