Japanese inn with a long history and ecological consciousness
Seikoro is an old traditional Japanese inn founded in 1831. The original building still remains in all its beauty and welcomes guests every day. They also deeply care for the environment and make a lot of effort to run an environmentally friendly business, for example, their lightings are all LED. Everything they use in the kitchen is from Kyoto, such as the rice, vegetables, tofu, pickles, miso (soy bean paste), green tea, etc. Guest will surely appreciate Seikoro’s atmosphere that cherishes both history and the environment.
Photo: Katsuo Takashima, reported and writtern by Shinobu Nakashima
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC., and introduced in Fujin-gaho, March issue, 2014.
|Address||467 Nishitachibana-cho, Toiyamachi-dori Gojo-sagaru, 3-chome, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Recommended||From 26,250 yen with two meals (per person/night; for two people in one room); Check-in: 15:00, Check-out: 10:30; 22 rooms.|
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