HOSHINOYA Kyoto, a Japanese hot spring resort operated by Hoshino Resorts, was rated as one of the most exemplary ryokans of the fifth and highest pavilion level, “Luxury”, in the MICHELIN Guide Kyoto-Osaka + Tottori 2019. This marks the seventh year in a row for the resort to be named on the list.
About HOSHINOYA Kyoto
HOSHINOYA Kyoto is a ryokan (also known as a Japanese hot spring resort), with 25 rooms and opened in December 2009.
Our ryokan offers customers the comfort of their own vacation home while adding a taste of the extraordinary. Take a boat ride up the Oigawa River to the famous site of Arashiyama, just 15 minutes away from Togetsukyo Bridge. The 100-year-old property is designed with the concept of ‘A picturesque nobles’ retreat in the millennial city of Kyoto’. Furthermore, at HOSHINOYA Kyoto, the beauty of all four seasons can be experienced through seasonal activities and events.
HOSHINOYA Kyoto aims to provide more culturally rich experiences while satisfying the needs of guests from both inside and outside of Japan.
For further information, please visit the following websites:
- HOSHINOYA Kyoto official website: https://hoshinoya.com/kyoto/en/
About Hoshino Resorts
Hoshino Resorts was established as a family business in 1904 and has grown into one of the largest Japanese-owned and operated resort brands. With 36 resorts across Japan, the company is expanding globally with new resorts in Tahiti and Bali. As Japan’s premier resort company, Hoshino Resorts specialises in operating Japanese ryokans (traditional Japanese inns) and hotels, and offers unique Japanese cultural experiences specific to each region. The company remains proudly family-owned, offering a diverse range of Japanese accommodation, cuisine and culture to visitors.