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Start From¥12,350.00 / Night
2 Single beds and 3 Japanese Futons
5 Guests
5 Free Bicycles
Room Details

Nishihan is a two bedroom house with a fully equipped kitchen, dining space with access to the terrace, living room with TV and sofa, and a spacious bathroom. Nishihan is a western-style house, that being said one of the two bedrooms is actually a Japanese style room with futons and tatami flooring. Feel like home in this comfortable two story vacation home.

Linens, washing machine, Nintendo Switch console, WIFI, and 5 bikes are also provided.

The Space

Accommodates : Up to 5 guests
Bathrooms : 1
Bedroom : 2
Beds : 2
Japanese Futon: 3

Check In : 03:00 PM
Check Out : 10:00 AM
Property Type : Western-style House


Wifi : Free
Elevator : No
Hair Dryer : Yes
Air Conditioning : Yes

Parking : No Parking
Safety Box : No
Television : Yes
Bycicles: 5 Free Bicycles



Experience living like a local in this two story house that combines modern style spaces with a traditional tatami sleeping room.


Nishihan is located in Shijo-Omiya, a popular entertainment district. You will find plenty of options for eating out and enjoy your evening. it is only a few minutes from Omiya Station and several bus stops, it offers easy access to Kyoto’s main sights and the neighboring cities such as Kobe and Osaka.

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