Ryokan Kigusuriya

This traditional Japanese inn has a welcoming, friendly atmosphere, large spacious private rooms and great local food. Three generations run this inn together and take pride in offering a genuine Japanese experience to their customers. The name Kigusuriya means natural remedy in Japanese as it was once a Meiji period Japanese pharmacy. It was established as an inn during the eighth year of the Taisho era (1919), when there were many travelers passing through Miyama from the Japan sea down to Kyoto. When you stay here you can feel the long history of the inn and experience the warm hospitality that has been passed down through the generations.

Name Ryokan Kigusuriya
Address 〒 601−0762 Kyōto Nantan Miyama Tsurugaoka Imayasu 8−1
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Location 10 km from Miyama's Roadside Station (15 min. by car)
16.5 km from Miyama's thatched village (23 min. by car)
Bus stop Tsurugaoka(Nantan city bus)
Price One night with two meals ¥16,500~ (Tax included)
Check In/Out Check-in: 15:00 / Check-out: 10:00
Fixed holiday No fixed holiday
Capacity 20
Car Parking 10
WiFi Available
Credit card Available: Visa / Master / JCB
Languages English