Mezame Kyoto, an “Ukiyoe art” gallery guest house welcomes you to a cozy and relaxing space with the essence of Ukiyoe art. Ukiyoe is a genre style of wood-block printing developed in the Edo period. It depicts the Japanese landscape and the everyday life of commoners with audacious composition and bright colors. It was groundbreaking media for those people of that time and has attracted many overseas artists such as Monet and Van Gogh.
Kyoto, where historical streetscape and culture still exist, may lead you to find something similar to the ukiyoe art In your room. The comfortable bed settings will time slip you to the Edo period in your dreams?!
MEZAME KYOTO is located south of Kyoto station, which is knows as a “deep down” area. Unlike the typical image of Kyoto, this area is very casual and local. There are many amazingly tasty yakiniku (BBQ) restaurants and okonomiyaki (Japanese pizza) places nearby.
Just 10min. walk from JR Kyoto station.
Lawson (open 24hrs.) is just minutes away.
All the rooms have free Wi-Fi. PW is notified at check-in.
Smoking not allowed inside the building.
Rooms are equipped with air conditioner and heater.
Mini size refrigerator and electric kettle are provided in each room.
Every room has its own bathtub, shower, sink, and toilet.
TV available in each room. Some rooms have portable TV.
49-4, Minamisannocho, Higashikujou, Minami-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 601-8011
About 10 minutes from Kyoto Station.
Check-in 4:00pm / Check-out 11:00am