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Super Hotel Kyoto Karasuma Gojo

Super Hotel Kyoto/ Karasuma Gojo
Super Hotel Kyoto Karasuma Gojo

Arrive here in no time if you exit from the Gojo Subway Station's 8th exit. Whether your trip is for business of leisure, please choose us.

Address396-3, Karasumaru Doori Gojo Kudaru Osaka Machi, Kyoto shi, kyoto
Check-in3 P.M.Check-out 10:00
SubwayIt takes less than a minute to arrive at our hotel if you are walking from the Karasuma Subway Gojo Station's 8th exit. It's a 15 minutes' walk from the Karasuma exit (northside) at Kyoto Station (JR Tokaido Main Line).
By CarIt takes 15 minutes to arrive at our hotel when driving north from the Kyoto Minami IC on the Meishin Expressway.
Parking LotParking capacity: 5 spaces (reservation only)
Fee: 1000 yen per night.
Vehicles size restriction: 2.3 meters
In the case that our parking lot is full, please park in the nearby coin-operated parking lots.
1 person Single room 6,460yen~
Monthly 5,200yen 
2 person Super Room 9,550yen~
※100% cancellation fee takes effect after 3:00 p.m. of that day.
Room for ladies Combined bathroom Rest room(with warm water cleaning toilet seat)
Healthy Bread breakfast High-speed Internet room facility Non-smoking room
Coin laundry Public phone Parking lot
Bath gel Bath towels / Face towels Amenity goods for ladies
Two-in-one shampoo Paper towel Hair Dryer
Healthy ionic slipper Tea, cup and toothbrush Air conditioner
Electric pot with humidifier High-speed broad band internet (wired) TV (above-ground wave, BS, VOD)
Alarm clock Air cleaner Iron (for rent)
Refrigerator Ash tray (for rooms allowing smoking) Lamp (for rent)
Feather futon
Fresh-Baked Healthy Bread breakfast

Fresh-Baked Healthy Bread breakfast

In addition to the fresh, crunchy, croissants', there is also salads, milk, yogurt and many other forms of breakfast foods available for you.
※service time 
Every day7:00~9:00

Kyoto Station building

Kyoto Station building

Beside being used as a station, there are hotels, theaters, an art gallery, a department store, restaurants and a plaza that are all located in the Kyoto Station building. It is true when you hear people say Kyoto Station is like a boulevard. Since opening, it has become the headquarters for all the latest information youngsters crave, which is why it has become such a popular place for the people of modern Kyoto. The symbolic staircase inside connects the Muromachi and Sky Plazas and exists as the most astonishing area of the building. The Isetan department store, along with the ramen road and other colorful shops add even more to the building's appeal. There is also an air channel 45 meters above the uppermost floor of the central hall. Here you can enjoy a great view of Kyoto's scenery and the station building.

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Kyomizu Temple

Kyomizu Temple

The Kyomizu Temple is listed on the UNECO World Heritage Site and is the oldest temple in Kyoto. It was rebuilt by Sakanoue Tamuramaro in 798 A.D.. At the temple there stands the highest three-layer tower in Japan, along with other pieces of architecture that have been appointed as important relics. The 15m balcony off the cliff is a spot you should definitely visit. Looking out from the balcony, you will only enjoy the cherry blossoms in spring and the red leaves in autumn, but also overlook half of Kyoto.

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・ Location:1, Kiyomizu , Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto shi, kyoto
・ Phone number:075-551-1234
Higashi Temple

Higashi Temple

Higashi Temple is the base of the Jōdo Shinshū Buddhist sect and was built in the Hiean period to bless the country. After burning down several times, the remarkable five-story pagoda was finally rebuilt by Tokugawa Iemitsu. It is 55-meters-high and is famous for its large scale and appearance. The Buddha hall houses a statue of Taishaku, which is thought to be the most beautiful Buddhist statue in Japan.

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・ Location:1, Kujyou-cho, Minami-ku, Kyoto shi, kyoto
・ Phone number:075-691-3325