Special rooms overlooking the beautiful Kamogawa River
The rooms on floors 9 and 10 on the east side of our hotel offer a splendid view of Kyoto's renowned Kamogawa River.
Breakfasts by Expert Japanese Chefs
Our buffet-style breakfast is a mix of Japanese and western dishes, centering on Obanzai cuisine (light Kyoto-style home cooking).
To ensure our guests enjoy a comfortable stay, we have filled our rooms with a rich selection of amenities.
Executive Double Room
Executive Corner Double Room
Executive Twin Room
Riverside Twin Room
Riverside Deluxe Twin Room
Accented in the summer hues of Kyoto, these rooms feature a blue motif inspired by the flowing waters of Kyoto's Kamogawa River. Among the Club Floor's options, our riverside rooms offer a splendid view of Kyoto's renowned Kamogawa River.
Standard Double Room
Moderate Double Room
Moderate Corner Double Room
Moderate Twin Room
Superior Twin Room
These simple and warm rooms are accented in the colors of fall, offering an open and expansive feel. Each of the guestrooms features a gentle wood-grain tone for a truly elevated taste of Japan.
|Number of Rooms||Bed Size||Room Size||Capacity|
|Executive Double Room||2rooms||1600×1950㎜||17.4㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Executive Corner Double Room||2rooms||1600×1950㎜||19.5㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Executive Twin Room||4rooms||1400×1950㎜||36.1㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Riverside Twin Room||4rooms||1400×1950㎜||36.14㎡～36.81㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Riverside Deluxe Twin Room||2rooms||1400×1950㎜||39.59㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Number of Rooms||Bed Size||Room Size||Capacity|
|Standard Double Room||6rooms||1600×1950㎜||17.4㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Moderate Double Room||24rooms||1600×1950㎜||18.05㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Moderate Corner Double Room||6rooms||1600×1950㎜||19.5㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Moderate Twin Room||12rooms||1200×1950㎜||24.91㎡～26.09㎡||1～2person(s)|
|Superior Twin Room||12rooms||1200×1950㎜||28.5㎡～30.9㎡||1～3person(s)|
sliced raw fish
Mouri's modern Japanese interior combines the rich traditions of Japan with a contemporary touch for a relaxing and elegant experience whatever the occasion. Immerse yourself in the luxury and style of the ancient capital of Kyoto while enjoying an exquisite selection of flavors, colors, and plates.
|Breakfast||7:00 to 10:00 (L.O. 9:30)|
|Lunch||11:30 to 15:00 (L.O. 13:30)|
|Dinner||17:30 to 22:00
(L.O. 20:30 /
For Kaiseki Courses, 20:00)
As the face of our hotel, our front desk delivers 'omotenashi' hospitality in a truly Kyoto atmosphere from the moment you enter the door. The staff is ready to attend to all your hotel-related questions and needs. (Available round-the-clock)
Our elegant and expansive Japanese-inspired lobby welcomes you upon exiting the elevator. The sofas here are ideal for sitting and taking a rest.
Facility-wide Wi-Fi, vending machines (soft drinks and alcoholic beverages), ice-maker, copy machine (BW/10 yen, Color/50 yen)
This is a non-smoking facility. Please use the smoking room on the 2nd floor.
You can find Kyoto-related tourist information & bulletins on the 2nd floor. You are also welcome to use the free computers to make your travel plans.
*No chairs are provided
BY BUS AND TAXI from Kyoto Sta.
By Kyoto City Bus (from Kyoto Sta.)
From Kyoto Station please take a taxi or use the Kyoto City Bus service. Ride the Route 4, Route 17, or Route 205 buses from the A2 platform.
This temple was built in 1202 and features a mesmerizing dragon mural on the ceiling of its lecture hall. The massive ink painting of twin dragons measures 108 tatami mats in size (11.4m by 15.7m), leaving the viewer awestruck by the magnificent force it embodies.
Known as the 'kitchen' of Kyoto, Nishiki Market is a perfect place to walk and enjoy some delicoius Japanese delicacies. With a rich assortment of Kyoto seasonal ingredients, this treasure trove of flavors has supported the businesses and traditions behind Kyoto cuisine.
Kiyamichi is the ideal spot for a stroll at dusk. Here, you can bathe in the gentle glow of lantern light while exploring renowned Kyoto-style restaurants and Japanese 'ryokan' inns. The area has also recently seen an increase in French, Spanish and other western eateries adding to the liveliness of the street.
A national treasure, Kiyomizudera's main hall provides a panoramic view of the city. The nearby area of Sannen-zaka also offers a taste of Kyoto history with its traditional townscape and souvenir and food shop lined streets.
Kinkaku-ji Temple (The Golden Pavilion)
As the name suggests, this famous historical temple glitters bright gold. The beauty of Kinkaku-ji is not only in its color - another attraction is the lake in front that perfectly reflects the temple and its surroundings.
Fushimi Inari Taisha
Fushimi Inari Taisha is the head shrine for all Inari shrines in Japan. Around 10,000 vermilion 'torii' gates have been erected along the hills, attracting visitors from around the world who hope to glimpse this mystical site.
About Check-in and Check-outs
About Hotel Services
About Facilities & Facility Usage
About Guestrooms & Amenities
About Tourism & The Surrounding Area
CHECK IN - from 3:00 pm /
CHECK OUT - by 11:00 am
|Address||403-1 Namba-cho, Nishikiyamachi-dori Matsubara-sagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8027|
|Tel.||(For reservations) +81-120-51-3610|
|Transportation||・5-min walk from Keihan Kiyomizu Gojo Sta.
・Take a bus from Kyoto Sta. to Kawaramachi Matsubara Bus stop and walk 1 min.
|Total number of rooms||75 rooms|