Kyoto, the former capital of Japan for more than a thousand years, is a burgeoning city set against the backdrop of a persistent historical vein. The city is a truly delightful celebration of its historical duality.
Home to thousands of classical gardens, Buddhist temples, imperial palaces and Shinto shrines, Kyoto’s traditional charm has always drawn visitors from far and wide. Its famous Kaiseki dining is a necessary cultural experience if you are in the city.
Citadines Karasuma-Gojo Kyoto is centrally located in Gojo, just steps away from the Gojo subway station, and one stop from the main Kyoto station where the Shinkansen arrives. It is a short stroll away from the business district as well as Kyoto’s tourist and entertainment belt, where guests have various dining, drinking, shopping and entertainment options.