One entire old house is rented out for one group
16 voyageurs
5 chambres
22 lits
2 salles de bain
16 voyageurs
5 chambres
22 lits
2 salles de bain
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Adultes
1
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Enfants
De 2 à 12 ans
0
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Bébés
- de 2 ans
0
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KITAYA Ryokan is a 100-year-old Japanese style building that has been registered as a “Tangible Cultural Property” by the Japanese government.
The origin of the building is a Japanese style restaurant called "Kanazawa-en" which had been loved by many people including renowned poets and and writers such as Akiko Yosano and Kyoshi Takahama. This beautiful authentic room is where those artists had a poetry party long time ago.
We hope you enjoy the beauty of Japanese history and architecture here.


Couchages
Chambre 1
4 matelas au sol
Chambre 2
4 matelas au sol
Chambre 3
4 matelas au sol
Chambre 4
5 matelas au sol
Chambre 5
5 matelas au sol

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire $45 CAD / nuit après 2 voyageurs
Frais de ménage $57 CAD
Caution $452 CAD
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Annulations

Strictes

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 %. En cas d'annulation au cours des 7 jours précédant le voyage, la réservation est non remboursable.


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Kit de premiers secours
Extincteur
Porte de la chambre avec verrou

Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

1 commentaire

Profil utilisateur de Sena
juillet 2017
古い建物ですが、趣はそのままに、水周りなどは清潔にされていて快適に過ごせました。スタッフの方々も親切で、素敵なお宿です。

Kanazawa Ward, JaponMembre depuis février 2017
Profil utilisateur de Kitaya Ryokan

KITAYA Ryokan is a 100-year-old Japanese style building that has been registered as a “Tangible Cultural Property” by the Japanese government.
The origin of the building is a tea house named "Mangetsu" which opened in 1916 in Sakuragi-cho, Yokohama. The building was then relocated to Shiba-machi where it's currently located in 1930 as a Japanese style inn and restaurant "Kanazawa-en".
It had been loved by many people including renowned poets and writers such as Akiko Yosano and Kyoshi Takahama until they closed its door in 2016.
We started our project to renovate this historical building in our ardent desire to preserve it and its rich history. On December 20th, 2016, we finally opened our Ryokan.
Our hope is to make KITAYA Ryokan a place where Japanese culture and other foreign cultures meet as well as the traditional experience of staying and dining in a Ryokan.

We are focused on preserving the building as is, thus we have made as few changes as possible. Some rooms are only divided by “fusuma”, traditional panels covered in multiple layers of thick cardboard, which is often used to redefine spaces within a room or act as doors. Please be considerate of other guests so that we can all appreciate the unique experience of staying at a cultural property.
Please note that private bathrooms are not attached to the guest rooms for the same reason. Please use a shared toilet and a traditional bath house inside the building.

We will offer you the beauty of Japan's good old days and we hope you can share your borderless experiences with us at KITAYA Ryokan.

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「文化財の宿 旅館 喜多屋」は、創業100年の料亭を改装した国登録有形文化財の宿です。
地元の方のみならず著名な歌人にも長く愛された老舗料亭を、新たに現行法規にて再生そして保存と活用をしていきたいとの思いから、2016年12月20日「旅館 喜多屋」 (KITAYA Ryokan) は誕生致しました。100年の歴史を感じられる空間で、「宿泊」「食事」、そして何より日本文化と外国文化の出会いを楽しんで頂く場となることを願っております。

また当館は、国登録有形文化財の為、100年前の有りのままの姿を残すことに主眼を置いています。その為、一部の部屋は間仕切りが当時のままの襖になっており、隣の部屋の音が気になる場合がございますが、それも含めて100年前の日本の有形文化財を楽しんで頂ければ幸いです。
なお、お部屋にお手洗い・シャワーの設備はございませんが、館内に共同のお手洗いと、昔ながらの共同風呂の設備がございますので、そちらをお使い頂けます。

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