Hotel Hokke Club Kyoto

Address: 579-16 Higashi Shiokojicho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 600-8216, Japan | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Kyoto Station area of Kyoto, is near Sanjusangendo Hall (Rengeo-in), Tofuku-ji, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, and Kyoto National Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hokke Club Kyoto

    Reviewed by brettandjulie

    Everything you need for a stay in Kyoto

    Reviewed Sep 14, 2014
    by (6 reviews) Buffalo, NY , United States Flag of United States

    Perfect location to get around town. Right across the street from the train station. Rooms were large and bathroom was spacious. Great vending machines on the 4th floor and coin laundry was available. The washing machine even dispensed detergent without having to put it in yourself. The staff spoke pretty good English. They had customized maps available to all the key tourist spots in Kyoto.

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    Travel Blogs from Kyoto

    Endless food...

    A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Apr 28, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... interesting information about these attractions) to the Nijojo Palace which the imperial residence of the Shogun. The main feature of this place for me was the nightingale floor. These were floor boards that were tinkered with to make squeaky sound when you walked over them. These were used to warn the local samurai of potential intruders. It's said that not even the best Ninja were able to not case a sound. The visit of the palace was followed up by a small walk through ...

    Westside story....aka Monkey magic!!!!

    A travel blog entry by mrichar.7 on Nov 14, 2013

    16 photos

    ... i was gonna miss that! we opted to bypass the next temple and aim monkey-ward.. unfortunately our bus map also failed to mention it lacked any form of scale...what would have been a two block walk in the city out in the suburbs was in fact a 45min hike with no alternative transport because we had opted for a "short cut" but we found another bus and hop, skip and a jump we were at a famous bridge that we raced over in our excitement for monkeys! it would still be there on the way ...

    Our Place

    A travel blog entry by jaakko.saaristo on Jun 30, 2013

    6 photos

    Our place is a 38 sqm "modern style" apartment, located about a 5 minute walk from Kitaoji subway station. Modern style in Japan means fully built out of element materials with quite thin walls, plastic bathroom elements and so, quite low in ceiling space and can be quite cramped if the amount of square meters is very low. A traditional style apartment was also considered, but I am a bit uncomfortable with writing all day in a floor-sitting position kotatsu ...


    A travel blog entry by cstravelling on Oct 21, 2012

    ... started arriving. Later on we headed to Gion on Sarah's search for a real Geisha. It was a nice walk along the river to Gion, the riverbanks were covered in people just relaxing in the sun. We also saw a lady walking her pig!! We made it into Gion and it was very very busy... Full of tourists and Japanese. At the end of the main road was the Yasaka Shrine inside the maruyama park. We then headed to hanami-koji road where young geisha apprentice are ...

    The floods are coming!

    A travel blog entry by ofraza on Jun 08, 2012

    ... what i think may have been a heron. :) After this was my last stop of the day (for temples anyway), Ninnaji. I remembered that the ladies at the front desk told me to go left for the beautiful part, so that's exactly what I did. I enjoyed this quite a bit because I finally got to see a wonderful example of a traditional Japanese household on stilts. I took lots of pictures here because I've always wanted to build something like this, with the long ...