Triple Room

Guest Room 103 TORI / Guest Room 105 KAZE

Grand Opening of the Kyomachiya Luck You Horikawa Gojo [Annex] on April 17, 2020 (Friday)! 2 walls of the room have large windows. This premier-type room is the largest room we have available and also includes its own shoin (study). Guest Room 102 “Shiki” (Four Seasons) on the 1st floor is adjacent to the [Senryo (Sarcandra glabra herb) Garden]. The garden complements the seasons with an arrangement of senryo, maple, and camellias. The large window in Room 106 on the 2nd floor offers an airy, open feel. Relatively speaking, both rooms are quieter, being located towards the innermost part of the building.

  • Room Size

    #103 Deluxe Tori 16.78 ㎡, #105 Deluxe Tori 16.23 ㎡

  • Capacity

    1-3 people

  • Type

    Separate toilet and bathroom, breakfast included

  • WiFi

    Free WiFi available throughout the building

  • Facilities

    Air conditioning, bathroom, toilet (bidet), closet, TV (local channels only), fridge, safety box, dryer

  • Amenities

    Shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush, brush, razor, cue tips, towels, handwash soap, bath towels, face towel, roomwear (gauze samue clothing)

Other Rooms

This is a list of the rooms at Luck You Horikawa Gojo. Each room is uniquely different from the next, so you’ll find an entirely new experience with every visit.

Luck You Horikawa Gojo

The Design

Kyomachiya Luck You Horikawa Gojo reproduces a Kyomachiya architectural design which was popular from the Taisho Era (1912-1926) into the early part of the Showa Era (1926-1989). An abundance of Kyomachiya furnishings immediately grab at your attention with their anachronistic novelty like the “koshi-mado” (lattice windows), “the inuyarai”, and the “hibukuro” (the hearth of a Japanese lantern). The Japanese garden found next to the bettei (annex) lobby was constructed in the likeness of a typical townhouse garden during the Meiji (1868-1912)/Taisho era.

Luck You Horikawa Gojo

The Amenities

Once you step past the “noren” and into the lobby and your room, you’ll find an interior design interspersed with traditional “Kyohanga” (Kyoto woodblock prints) and zabuton (sitting cushions) designed by “Rakuchu Takaokaya”, a zabuton manufacturer with a history spanning 90 years. The soft, warm lighting throughout the interior comes from lanterns built by “Miura Shomei”, a manufacturer that has been in the business for a little over 100 years. We put a great deal of care into designing the interior so our guests have an immediate way to interact with Kyoto culture. Air conditioning is also provided in every room to ensure the comfort of your stay. There’s also floor heating in every room and in the lobby on the first floor to keep the place warm even during the winter.