This guestroom was converted from part of a banquet hall in the Taisho Period when it was an integral part of celebrations and special occasions.
This modern room has a veranda and high ceiling.
The large windows on the east sides afford a view of graceful greenery and Higashiyama beyond the tile roofs.
The Japanese-style alcove is made of a valuable piece of wood, beautifully finished and decorated with “Tomoe-mon” (a type of traditional Japanese Kamon, or family crest.)
|Accommodates||2 to 3 people|
|Bed sizes||Semi-double Twin|
＊If three people intend to stay in this room, please inquire directly at the front desk.