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The house that brings you luck
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Start From¥15,050.00 / Night
2 Single beds and 5 Japanese Futons
7 Guests
Garden View
4 Free Bicycles
Room Details

If you are looking for a stay that offers privacy and Japanese feel, Shounsai is for you!! Shounsai means “clouds bring luck” in Japanese, and this is what we wish for you!

The appearance of the house is exactly what comes to your mind first when you think of a traditional Japanese house “Machiya”, but the facilities have been modernized for comfort and easy use.

Shounsai is a two story house that has a fully furnished westernized kitchen and bath space, and a Japanese style family living room on the first floor. From the living room, you could enjoy the view of a small Japanese garden. On the second floor, you will find one western bedroom and a Japanese style sleeping room with tatami flooring. Toilets are available on each floor.

The house is built of natural lumber which is traditionally harvested in Japan. Feel the natural material and let it ease you from your busy traveling days. The house will welcome you with a beautiful hempen entrance curtain.

The Space

Accommodates : up to 7 guests
Bathrooms : 1
Bedroom : 2
Beds : 2
Japanese Futon: 5

Check In : 03:00 PM
Check Out : 10:00 AM
Property Type : Machiya


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

Parking : No Parking
Safety Box : No
Television : Yes
Bycicles : 4 Free Bicycles



Shounsai combines charming Japanese rooms and modern comfort with its western style kitchen and bathroom. Free bikes are available for you to enjoy Kyoto.


Located in the heart of Kyoto city, only a few minutes walk from the famous Nijo castle and the Sanjo covered shopping street where locals and travelers enjoy cozy coffee shops, delicious bakeries, and restaurants. The house’s location also enable great access to the main areas of Kyoto.

Shounsai Blog posts

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653-1 Sanjōinokumachō, Nakagyō-ku, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu 604-8334, Japan

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