About Kyoto Guesthouse Oyado Kei
To be qualified with the benefits of Kyoto travel subsidy for December 4 ~December 27, please click the email button at the top of our homepage or phone 09017168947 to contact us for availability. Kyoto Guesthouse Oyado Kei is located in central Kyoto. It is near Hankyu railway Omiya station, from which it is convenient to go to Osaka city, Arashiyama Station and Kyoto-Kawaramachi Station. From nearby bus stops, the buses go to nearly all major sightseeing spots in Kyoto.

Oyodo Kei Only offers a “Rent-a-house” plan to a party of up to 6 persons at a time. Our space for the guests is about 48 square metes. The reception office is not included. Length of stay can be decided on daily, weekly, monthly base. Charges varies according to season and length of stay. To contact for availability, please fill out contact page and click submit.

Payment of lodging fee: Please make a pre-payment on the reservation site at the time of reservation.

Our facility is legally required by Kyoto City to collect Kyoto City accommodation tax on behalf of the city. Please pay only in cash at check-in time.

There is no housekeeping service of the facility during your stay. Please use the provided trash bags and cleaning tools if necessary. We have trash bins in our facility. We collect recyclables and burnable trash every day.

We have a living room, a kitchen, a shower room with bathtub, and one toilet on the first floor and the second floor each. Our a spacious bedroom is a traditional style Tatami room, which can be divided by paper doors. Our facility is well equipped with AC, Kitchen, and WIFI.


Check-in:16:00pm-22:00pm / Check-out:-10:00am
Please be sure to inform us of your check-in time, because our staff may be doing house making or going out doing staff without noticing your arrival. The door is also locked for security reason.

Personal information including a photo of your passport page with your photo on are requirements by Japanese Government for check-in.

Our check-in time is normally from 4 pm-10 pm, but in case you might arrive earlier than 4 pm or arrive later than 10 pm, we will arrange for it. Please inform us of your approximate arrival time.

For contact, click "contact" at the top of the page.

Please click the transportation button for the the tips of transportation to ensure you get here easily.


About Kyoto Guesthouse Oyado Kei

To be qualified with the benefits of Kyoto travel subsidy for December 4 ~December 27, please click the email button at the top of our homepage or phone 09017168947 to contact us for availability. Kyoto Guesthouse Oyado Kei is located in central Kyoto. It is near Hankyu railway Omiya station, from which it is convenient to go to Osaka city, Arashiyama Station and Kyoto-Kawaramachi Station. From nearby bus stops, the buses go to nearly all major sightseeing spots in Kyoto.

Oyodo Kei Only offers a “Rent-a-house” plan to a party of up to 6 persons at a time. Our space for the guests is about 48 square metes. The reception office is not included. Length of stay can be decided on daily, weekly, monthly base. Charges varies according to season and length of stay. To contact for availability, please fill out contact page and click submit.

Payment of lodging fee: Please make a pre-payment on the reservation site at the time of reservation.

Our facility is legally required by Kyoto City to collect Kyoto City accommodation tax on behalf of the city. Please pay only in cash at check-in time.

There is no housekeeping service of the facility during your stay. Please use the provided trash bags and cleaning tools if necessary. We have trash bins in our facility. We collect recyclables and burnable trash every day.

We have a living room, a kitchen, a shower room with bathtub, and one toilet on the first floor and the second floor each. Our a spacious bedroom is a traditional style Tatami room, which can be divided by paper doors. Our facility is well equipped with AC, Kitchen, and WIFI.


Check-in:16:00pm-22:00pm / Check-out:-10:00am

Please be sure to inform us of your check-in time, because our staff may be doing house making or going out doing staff without noticing your arrival. The door is also locked for security reason.

Personal information including a photo of your passport page with your photo on are requirements by Japanese Government for check-in.

Our check-in time is normally from 4 pm-10 pm, but in case you might arrive earlier than 4 pm or arrive later than 10 pm, we will arrange for it. Please inform us of your approximate arrival time.

For contact, click "contact" at the top of the page.

Please click the transportation button for the the tips of transportation to ensure you get here easily.



Introduction of Oyado Kei
Entrance

Welcome to Oyado Kei. Please find the sign on the door indicating this is Oyado Kei.

Inside the entrance

On the right side of the hallway is the reception office.

Living room

The photo of our new table and chair in the living room is not uploaded yet due to system reason. The living room is exactly like the one in the Japanese anime "Doraemon". The Japanese used to use low tables in Tatami rooms. But nowadays, Japanese more commonly use tables and chairs. We now use a "table and chairs" set instead of the low table in this photo.

Living room made-to-order table

Photo is to be replaced with a photo of our new table hand-made by a friend of mine. Hope you will enjoy your time sitting here. On TV channel 1, you can listen to news in English at 6 pm, 7 pm, and 9 pm.

Large bedroom on the 2nd floor

It can be divided into 3 rooms by closing the sliding doors.

One set of our various kinds of futons

This set is the most extravagant among all our futons, being made of 100% silk with handicraft tie-dyeing patterns.

Traditional Japanese alcove

You will see a hanging work of calligraphy by a priest of a famous temple. And a framed one by the famous sculptor who made the Peace Statue in Nagasaki War World ⅡMemorial Park. The sculptor wrote the Indian ink words at the age of one hundred and two.

Kitchen

Equipped with a large refrigerator, a microwave, an electric water pot, a rice cooker, and an IH cooker with grill. Free rice is available. Use the grill to toast bread.



Amenities
Bath

Bathtub and shower. Body shampoo, shampoo, and rinse are provided. The temperature of the hottest water is set at 42℃. Please don't touch the remote controller so that no change will be made.

How to use the faucet?

Turn the knob to choose to use the shower or fill the bathtub with water. Lift the lever upward to turn on the water and adust the amount of water. turn the lever left for hotter water.

Washstand

Warm water, soap, antibacterial hand soap, and antibacterial wet wipes ( or paper towel) are provided.

Cabinets above the washbowl

Behind the mirrors are two hairdryers and cups etc. two electrical outlets are available.

Washlet on the first floor

Turn the lever on the side of the water tank to flush. Water for washing hands will run at the same time from the faucet above the tank.

Washlet on the second floor

Turn the lever on the side of the water tank to flush. Water for washing hands will run at the same time from the faucet above the tank.

Coin-operated washer

detergent provided.100yen/per wash. Put one bag of detergent in the washer, and put 100 yen in the coin collector, tap the power button and start button. The drying space is at the back of the second floor.

Japanese books and English books.

We have English books on Japanese society, Japanese culture, and sightseeing. Besides, we have many English Children's books. Open any books you are interested in to see what is inside



Oyado Kei stay for enjoying Kyoto as much as possible

It is a popular act of art creation in Japan to use Traditional Japanese paper to make all kinds of things. How about getting some Washi and make something with your own idea. I made a simple greeting card by tearing Washi Japanese paper with my fingers in stead of cutting with scissors to show the artistic effect of long fibers that Japanese Paper can provide.

Oyado Kei stay for enjoying Kyoto as much as possible

Can you find this statue while enjoying walking in downtown Kyoto?

Oyado Kei stay for enjoying Kyoto as much as possible

Ice skating is possible in winter at Ice Ring at Umenokoji Park. The park also has an aquarium and Kyoto Railway Museum, and a public bath house in it.

Oyado Kei stay for enjoying Kyoto as much as possible

Our paper dolls are of the material of Washi Japanese Paper. There are Washi Japanese paper shops to buy Washi for hobby. Our album of pictures of Japanese Ladies in Tie-dyed Japanese Kimino shows the beautiful Japanese craftsmanship of Tie-dying. A visit to Miyako Messe Exhibition Center will give you the chance to look at works of many kinds of traditional Japanese Craftsmanship including tie-dyeing. The Center is near Heian Shrine. Some Museum and Shibori museum are recommended for learning about Japanese Dyeing.

Oyado Kei stay for enjoying Kyoto as much as possible

You can prepare food together in our well equipped kitchen and entertain yourselves with delicious food. I am sure that can also be a memorable time here.

Oyado Kei stay for enjoying Kyoto as much as possible

Yuzen Dyeing that was placed in the clear stream of Hori Kawa Canal. People used to do this to wash away extra dyes in rivers. Kyoto, during its long course as a capital, has been developing excellent skills of various kinds of dyeing.

Koryu-ji Temple

On Feb.10th, I went to Koryu-ji temple. It has a long history and possesses many Buddha statues from many hundred years ago. It’s famous Miroku Bosatsu Hanka Shiyui statue (Maitreya Bodhisattva sitting contemplatively in the half-lotus position) is housed in its new Treasure hall. The statue is the first Buddha Statue that has been designated as Japan’s national treasure.

Philosophy Path in mid-June

It is relaxing to walk along the beautiful path by the canal enjoying the lush green vegetation. The path is between Nanzenji Temple and Ginkakuji Temple. There are also famous museums nearby such as Sen-oku Hakuko Kan, famous for its collection of Ancient Chinese bronze artifacts, and Nomura museum, famous for its Japanese artifacts. It is also very nice to walk from Heian Jingu area to philosophy path.


House Rules
Smoking is not allowed inside the house. We provide ashtrays. Please smoke in front of the house and put out a cigarette butt with water.
Please don’t talk outside the house at night. Please don’t make big noise in the house, especially at night. Please don’t let children run or jump in the house.
Please put the recyclables and trash in each bin in the house. We also have recyclables and trash bins at the back of the house. We don’t provide housekeeping during your stay for precautional reasons. We offer antibacterial floor wipes and table wipes if guests need them. We collect recyclables and trash every day.
Please don't eat or drink upstairs.

Other Equipment
Air-conditioners for the whole house. ・ The two air-conditioners upstairs have an air-purifying function. An air purifier is equipped on the first floor for the living room and kitchen. Free WI-FI