Guest room separated by paper door Connecting room with closet & mirror
อายุ 2 - 12 ปี
อายุน้อยกว่า 2 ปี
จำนวนผู้เข้าพักมากสุด 2 คน ไม่รวมทารก

Just 2 minutes walk from Hankyu Arashiyama station. Rooms (main bedroom + small connecting room separated by paper doors) in a traditional Japanese house with gardens in a quiet residential area.


Guest rooms are with tatami mats and you will sleep with mattress & Futon (Japanese style quilts) on the floor. We have a Western style toilet.


Guests can access living room, bathrooms, kitchen, gardens and their bedrooms. The only limited spaces are other people's (including host's) bedrooms.


We'll be happy to help you in English and Japanese!


- Free coffee & tea
- Guests can use washing machine for ¥300/wash (detergent included)
-If you lose the house key, ¥1000 will be charge to make a new one.

พักได้: 2
ห้องน้ำ: 1 (ห้องน้ำรวม)
ห้องนอน: 1
เตียง: 2
เช็คอิน หลัง 15:00
เช็คเอาท์ 11:00
ประเภทห้อง: ห้องส่วนตัว


คนเพิ่ม: $20 / คืน หลังผู้เข้าพักคนแรก
ค่าทำความสะอาด $15
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เช็คอินได้ทุกเวลาหลัง 15:00

-Guests must be mature, quiet and non-smokers.
-Smoking is prohibited in the entire premises, inside & outside the house.



พักขั้นต่ำ 3 คืน

48 ความคิดเห็น

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Christian
สิงหาคม 2017
Thank you for having me as a guest, Arashiyama is possibly my favorite place in all of Japan and your house/room was a great place to stay with a nice room with plenty of space. Makoto i believe his name to be (sorry if i got it wrong) was great company and helped me figure things out. The place is in a great location with a nice calm atmosphere. My only complaint is the air conditioner which woke me up on multiple occasions the first night, however earplugs fixed the problem almost completely. Despite the air conditioner i just loved staying in Arashiyama so much and everything else about the house was great that I have to give it 5 stars.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ 学玲
เมษายน 2017

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ George
มกราคม 2017
I chose this house for two reasons: (1) I want to experience a real Japanese life; (2) great reviews from Airbnb. Unfortunately, it's way off. The biggest issue is the coldness of the house. It's certainly not recommended for winter time. The house was built 50 years ago, per conversation with Junko's father, Makoto. It was not remodeled and has not heater. Gaby and Junko were traveling so it's hard to communicate. Junko' father was kind enough to take care of us, waiting for us at the train station. A retired professor, Makoto is certainly a very kind person, there is no doubt. It's a pity that we didn't have time to chat, as I'm a researcher myself. Coming back to the coldness of the house: it's freezing cold, colder than outside, which is about zero degree Celsius. When we arrived, the room is like a refregirstor, my wife felt toes dropping. Makoto provided us two portable heater in the room, which ran overnight. But it's still not comfortably warm as the air is very dry and our lips started to have cracks. Overall, the house is very old, including all amenities. If you really want to experience a real Japanese life, this is probably a good place, but don't choose this in winter time. During spring I'm sure this could be a very pleasant place to stay. It's a couple of minutes walk from the rail station. Arashiyama is a beautiful place, in particular in spring, I believe. All nice place is in walking distance. There is a kimono rental just 20 meters away from the house. An onsen (Japanese hot spring) is just five minutes walk. It costs 1200 if you bring your own towel or 250 extra to rent a towel. I'm sorry to not able to give a better rating. Perhaps other people may not care about the coldness as us. Hopefully my lengthy review may give you a good prospective about using the room. Also one last thing worthy noticing is that everyone in the house, including to hosts, shares the same toilet and shower room. Not very comfortable, plus it's freezing cold.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Ash
มกราคม 2017
Amazing location, great authentic room with lots of space. Didn't get to meet hosts but father was great company and very helpful.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Diana
ธันวาคม 2016
The location is very good and the room is spacious. If you'd like to experience traditional Japanese house, this is a good choice. However, it's a little bit cold in winter since it's in the mountain area. Hot spring will help a lot;)

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Michelle
ธันวาคม 2016
This home stay was an incredibly wonderful experience. I chose Gaby and Junko's place because I had heard Arashiyama was a great location; and also because of the reviews of Gaby and Junko as hosts. I was thus disappointed initially when Junko told me that they'd be away and her father would be hosting me, BUT Makoto is such an incredible person and a wonderful host that i had a marvelous week (5 nights) at their house. I will treasure our evening conversations - he speaks great English, is intelligent, interesting, good humored and very helpful! Everything one could want in a host and then some! Arashiyama is a really nice area with lots of tourist sites in walking distance: bamboo forest, monkey park, temples/shrines, etc etc. The dinner spots open past 6:30pm and grocery stores in walking distance are limited, so good to plan your meals accordingly - for instance, by eating early or, as will often happen, eating wherever else you go to sightsee. You can also use the kitchen, but i tended to eat out. The room (actually 2) is big and comfortable. If you're there in the winter, be prepared with warm clothes, as it's cold inside - they use space heaters. Also, one bonus is that you're very very close to an onsen (spa) so you can go there for the baths and a local experience that's reasonably priced, get a massage if you want, and I even used the baths and showers there when i went because it was warmer! but let me be clear: this home stay was worth a million hotel stays and ranked at the top of airbnb stays because of the hospitality and human connection. It's also nice to be outside of the city center, get to know the public transportation and see how locals live. I will always treasure my experience at the Hokis' house. If you book and Makoto ends up as your host, consider yourself lucky; and if Gaby and Junko are there, sounds like they are wonderful hosts, too, so it must run in the family! It's a win-win situation for guests. I am so grateful!

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ 春莲
ธันวาคม 2016

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โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Gaby&Junko

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