Senbondori Street and Marutamachi Street’s crossing, where Kuraya Jyurakudai is located, is where it is said to be that Ancient Kyoto’s Daigokuden, an office building for Japanese Emperor was placed. A monument in memory of this building was built and can still be seen at Uchino Children’s Park, located just north of Kuraya Jurakudai.
This Machiya, traditional style wooden town house was built in 1909, and its second floor’s soil walls are made up of “Takekomai (base of the soil walls made up of bamboos)”, “Arakabe (rough coat)” and “Nakanurikabe (middle coat)”. The soil walls intentionally designed to present its structure, to show how traditional soil walls are made. Please enjoy your stay at this modern yet traditional Machiya.
Please show below to taxi driver.
※「藏や 聚楽第北」と「藏や 聚楽第南」が隣通しで建っています。お間違えないようお気を付けください。
Kyoto station bus terminal
Kyoto city bus 206（Gate A3）
3 mins from Senbonmarutamachi bus stop. Walk toward in the opposite direction of the bus and turn right. (You don't need to walk across the intersection.) Go into the side street of りそな銀行(Resona Bank, Limited) and you'll see Kuraya Jyurakudai North・Jyurakudai South on your left.
10 min walk from JR Nijo Station
From NIjo St(East exit), walk 700m for south and go accross the Senbon Marutamachi intersection to South (りそな銀行 is a Mark)Go into the side street of りそな銀行(Resona Bank, Limited) and you'll see Kuraya Jyurakudai North・Jyurakudai South on your left.
i-Satellite check-in office at Kyoto station
KURAYA Emergency call