For those of you have been to Tokyo and stayed in a Hostel, some of you may agree that it is still rare to find a free share kitchen with spacious lounge that allows to you socialize and prepare meals matched to your own preference. Sakura Hostel Asakusa, is located in the historical part of Tokyo and a number one tourist destination for all many foreign travelers. That fact that is located in the main tourist area, it is a common thing to find over priced foods and find it quite expensive to eat out. Sakura Hotel Asakusa is blessed with a FREE shared kitchen that is fully equipped […]
Throughout the year, the city of Kyoto offers a great range of attractions for its thousands of tourists coming to experience the cultural abundance it has to offer. One particular season is an autumn Kyoto, when the gardens, parks and surrounding mountains change from their lively green to their beautiful brown, yellow, orange and red enchantment.
Celebrating the Zuiki Matsuri is the celebration the change of seasons from Summer to Autumn in Kyoto. Most, in not all, of the festivals around the country have had an undisturbed continuance for centuries, and one that can not be overlooked while staying at Sakura House Kyoto is the “Zuiki Matsuri”.
It goes without saying that Kyoto attracts great number of travelers all year round. With it’s numerous temples and shrines, to it’s traditional food, ambiance and goods, this city certainly keeps tradition at it’s core. With such an influx of tourists, workers and Japanese culture enthusiasts, Kyoto has a great chance to show off it’s charms, and it is Sakura House’s pleasure to be part of that as well. Many already know about our traditional “machiya” house in the heart of the city’s neighborhood of Nishijin, but most people haven’t heard about Nishijin before. So allow me to quickly introduce the marvels surrounding Sakura House Kyoto Imadegawa. For starters, the […]