Kyomachiya Mimurasaki Sample Schedule
15:00: Arrive at Kyomachiya Mimurasaki
Kyomachiya Mimurasaki opens to guests at 15:00.
To locate the entrance, look for the noren curtain with the mimurasaki (Japanese beautyberry) on it.
Peruse the old shops in the neighborhood on the lookout for aburimochi sweet roasted mochi skewers, Kyoto-style sweets, kaniokaki baked crab mochi sticks and other souvenirs.。
If you need to rest, we suggest a nearby coffee lounge. Just take care not to eat too much and spoil dinner!
The area around Kyomachiya Mimurasaki is home to several renowned Japanese-style restaurants that serve Kyoto cuisine. Please feel free to ask us for recommendations
We hope you enjoy historical Japanese and Kyoto cuisine with gusto! Catering and boxed lunches are also available with a prior reservation.
There are also Japanese-style izakaya pubs, Chinese restaurants and more in the immediate area!
Come back to Kyomachiya Mimurasaki to rest and relax, slip into the bathtub and gaze out at the inner garden.
Another option is Funaoka Onsen, a nearby hot springs that is a registered tangible cultural property.
Rest in a chair or on a sofa on the first floor
Make plans for the next day . . .
To settle down for the night, lay out your futon mattresses in the second-floor bedroom, and let the hustle and bustle of a day of traveling melt away.
7:00: Start Your Mornin
The Daitoku-ji Temple complex is home to a temple where you can experience zazen Zen meditation.
There is no need to worry if it is your first time; simply arrive 20 minutes early to learn how to do zazen.
9:00: Breakfast and Walk
How about a short walk to Senbon or Horikawa? Or a longer walk along Kamogawa River or to other sights?
You can buy baked goods at a nearby bakery or enjoy breakfast at a local café.
Please check out by 11:00.
The nearby Kitaoji Station is very convenient starting point for sightseeing.