These rooms are located on the 3rd floor, fit up to 3 people, and are the largest rooms available. The modest furnishings of the room produce a warm, relaxed atmosphere. Recommended for families.
Unit bath (bathroom and toilet in a single room)
Free WiFi available throughout the building
Air conditioning, bathroom, toilet (bidet), closet, TV (local channels only), fridge, safety box, dryer, handy-phone (a portable smartphone that you can use during your stay)
Shampoo, conditioner, handwashing soap, bath towels, face towels, roomwear (gauze samue clothing) ※Please notify the front desk if you need a toothbrush
This is a list of the rooms at Luck You Bukkoji Higashimachi. Each room is uniquely different from the next, so you’ll find an entirely new experience with every visit.
This room is situated on the second floor, and the compact layout comes with the lowest price of all rooms. The room is also recommended for extended stays when you’re looking to budget.
This compact room is situated on the third floor. Being located on the top floor, you won’t have to worry about any noise from people staying above. Rooms 4 and 5 face Bukkoji-dori Street. Room 9 is situated in the back of the building.
Kyomachiya Luck You Bukkoji Higashimachi is modeled after the traditional Kyoto machiya. Inside of the compact, three-story, 9-room building, you’ll find many age-old novelties unique to the Kyomachiya like the “koshi-mado” (lattice windows), “the inuyarai”, and the “tsuridoko” (a lowered wall for displaying flowers and other ornaments). The bonsai at the entrance and the Shaolin dojo next door contribute to the fresh and unique ambiance.
The “noren” we had specially made for us by the custom-order somemonya (dye craft shop) specialist “Shikisa”. The first thing that jumps out upon stepping through the noren and into the lobby is the large, nihonga (Japanese painting) which covers the face of an entire wall. This drawing is the work of an up-coming-artist named Yamaba Haruki, and the cheery painting is a lavish depiction of Japan’s flowers and Kyoto’s various festivals. 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.