A pleasure to welcome you to our newly built Japanese inn
nearby Kyoto Station (opened in March 2015)
Ebisu Ryokan is newly opened in March 2015 in the old imperial capital of Kyoto, where traditional Japanese culture is still very much alive and breathing. We have chosen to name our first Ryokan after Ebisu, one of the Seven Lucky Gods (shichifukujin) and deity of good fortune and safe journeys. Ebisu is also the only one among the Seven to be native to Japan.
Ebisu Ryokan enjoys a prime location; only a 7-min walk away from Kyoto Station, yet tucked away down a quiet residential street.
From the JR/Shinkansen Hachijo exit, take the escalator down to the first floor Kintetsu shopping arcade “Miyako-michi”. Come out onto the main road and head across the street towards the Miyako Hotel. From there it is just a short walk to Ebisu Ryokan...
Ebisu Ryokan employs a truly international group of people, with both native English and Chinese, as well as Japanese speaking staff on site. On most days we also have Korean, Thai and Indonesian speaking staff available via phone who will will gladly provide interpreting services between you and our onsite staff.