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Guesthouse Chayama

Sakyo Ward, Kyoto (1 miles from Ginkaku-ji Temple)

Guesthouse Chayama is located in a quiet neighbourhood of Sakyo Ward in Kyoto, just a 2-minute walk from Chayama Station on the Eizan Electric Railway Line.

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9.6
Exceptional
68 reviews
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£129
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RokuRoku

Sakyo Ward, Kyoto (0.6 miles from Ginkaku-ji Temple)

RokuRoku in Kyoto provides adults-only accommodation with a shared lounge and a garden.

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8.9
Fabulous
286 reviews
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£34
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Ryokan Inn Yoshida-sanso

Sakyo Ward, Kyoto (0.7 miles from Ginkaku-ji Temple)

Formerly a royal residence, Ryokan Inn Yoshida-sanso boasts Japanese-style rooms with a prime view of the Daimonji festival’s mountain bonfires in summer (Gozan no Okuribi), free Wi-Fi and a dining...

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9.3
Superb
33 reviews
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£773
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Kyoto Higashiyama With

Hotel in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto (1.4 miles from Ginkaku-ji Temple)

Situated just a 5-minute walk from Keage Station, Kyoto Higashiyama offers an eco-friendly accommodation.

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9.4
Superb
242 reviews
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£77
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Ryokan KANADE

Sakyo Ward, Kyoto (1 miles from Ginkaku-ji Temple)

Conveniently located in central Kyoto, Ryokan KANADE offers a Japanese-style garden.

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8.9
Fabulous
571 reviews
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£109
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Guesthouse Hyakumanben Cross

Sakyo Ward, Kyoto (1.2 miles from Ginkaku-ji Temple)

Opened in 2012, Guesthouse Hyakumanben Cross offers affordable non-smoking dormitory-style rooms or private accommodations for guests traveling in Kyoto.

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9.2
Superb
174 reviews
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£22
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Ginkaku-ji Temple

Are you into ‘wabi-sabi’? This traditional Japanese way of thinking, where less is always more, finds its physical form at this Ginkaku-ji. Its immaculate gardens are a tranquil collection of trickling streams, moss-tufted groves and simple pagodas. Check out the Ginshadan Garden, famous for its raked-gravel depictions of Mount Fuji and the sea.

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