Luxury Hotel in Kyoto Japan

Luxury Hotel in Kyoto Japan - Theatre and Library Residence

Do You Love Japanese Movies?

Akira Kurosawa & Yasujiro Ozu
Legendary film directors praised across the globe for their unique passion

They rose from defeat with a strong desire to express themselves and live true to themselves

Take a deep dive into the era in which these film directors lived see the context feel their thoughts
A traditional inn where you can enjoy these films and appreciate the beauty of art and culture

Enjoy the moment of luxury while experiencing the deep history of the imperial capital

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About Residence

About Residence

Rare Kyo-Machiya before 1950(1935) was renovated in the whole building in March 2016. Using the existing column and beam type as it is, leave the foundation of the Kyo-Mmachiya, construction was done so that you can use it conveniently as an accommodation. We added further renovation and decoration again in June, it was resumed on July 1st with a more sophisticated setup.

Theatre and Library

Theatre and Library

In addition, all guestrooms feature a variety of comforts. Many rooms even provide television LCD/plasma screen, additional toilet, cleaning products, complimentary instant coffee, complimentary tea to please the most discerning guest. Besides, the hotel’s host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Whatever your reason for visiting Kyoto, the Theatre and Library Residence -Kyoto Imagumano- is the perfect venue for an exhilarating and exciting break away.

Nearby attractions

Nearby attractions

Whether you’re a tourist or traveling on business, Theatre and Library Residence -Kyoto Murasakino- is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Kyoto. Located in Kita Ward, this vacation home is within a 10-minute walk of Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Funaoka Thermal Bath and Hirano Shrine. Daitoku-ji Temple and Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine are also within 15 minutes.

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