The Kanamean Nishitomiya is one of the ryokans which have survived in the modern surroundings of downtown Kyoto. The wooden architecture hosts only seven suites which lead to a little Japanese garden with seasonal flowers. Futon, tatamis, bamboo furniture… true serenity is prevailing. Mr and Mrs Nishida, the fifth generation of hoteliers in this property, welcome you personally, respecting the Japanese tradition of hospitality. Like the very beautiful crockery in which the dishes are served, your hosts look after every detail inspired by the history of the Honeyanocho district, renowned for crafted fans, which have given their name to the hotel.
Stayed on: March 2019 for 3 days
Review posted 587 days ago
The welcome by the owners was wonderful. Mrs Nishida was so helpful in booking us dinner reservations on the nights we didn't eat at the restaurant. She got us the best seats in the house in two amazing restaurants. The food for breakfast and dinner was fantastic - very