Welcome to Kyoto
- Welcome to Kyoto
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Hyatt Regency Kyoto is conveniently located in Higashiyama Shichijo district in the traditional cultural heart of Kyoto, a neighborhood with the Sanjusangendo Temple, the Kyoto National Museum and many temples and landmarks.
Designed by Mr. Takashi Sugimoto, Super Potato, a well-known interior design firm in Japan, Hyatt Regency Kyoto blends contemporary Japanese style with traditional design elements. Elegant bamboo trees provide a dignified entrance, leading to a mature, beautifully maintained Japanese garden, with a waterfall and pond, and the hotel location had been to the reign of Emperor Goshirakawa.
Noku Kyoto offers the comfort and warmth of a home through our personalised services that is friendly and authentic. A stroll away from Kyoto Imperial Palace, traditional craft galleries, Machiya houses and many other attractions.
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node hotel, located at the center of the city, Kyoto, is designed to feel like an ‘’art collector’s home’’. Our hotel was designed to help its guests feel that art is a familiar, natural and easily accessible part of life. The experience it provides its guests with is not only extraordinary and unusual luxury, but one of an ideal style of living and being. The guest rooms successfully presents a refined space by its simple and sophisticated design, yet still maintains to fulfill the balance of the harmony within the surrounding artworks from all over the world, along with the authentic furniture and decorations.
Hotel Ethnography is a group of boutique hotels built by Windows to Japan - a well-established travel agency that prides itself on taking good care of its customers’ needs. "Hotel Ethnography" (Cultural Anthropology - Ethnography) - conveys our ideal of connecting our guests with an assortment of different people who have lived experience within the city and can provide an intimate connection to the surrounding history, nature, and culture by introducing them to the many deeply-rooted traditions and spirit of craftsmanship that still permeates within the hearts of the people living within the city.