Takasegawa Suites is located on the Takase River in one of the most beautiful parts of town. The basic concept of Takasegawa Suites was to create a luxurious, yet stylish home for you to enjoy while you are in Kyoto. Traveling should be about the place but why shouldn't you be able to enjoy the place your staying at too. Takasegawa Suites is in the heart of town, so when you wake up and go for breakfast or lunch or pick up some nice trinkets at the nearby shop or market, you can also pop back in to your home to drop off something or pick up something that you might've forgotten or even just to sit down before you head out to your next mini adventure.
Takasegawa suites has an amazing balcony where you can spend hours at hanging out with friends, having a nice glass of wine or just chilling and doing some people watching.
The rooms are adequately spacious, the appliances are all state of the art, the kitchen is beyond functional, the TV will certainly meet your needs and the high speed internet will keep you connected to the world. You will have all of the creature comforts inside this 100 meters squared property.
During your stay in Kyoto, if you need any help, advice or have any questions, you may contact us anytime.
Kyoto is a very unique city filled with culture and charm. It is uniquely modern yet bound by the unwritten rules and is filled with traditional culture.
Depending on the time of year, you can see all sorts of amazing festivals from serenely solemn to wildly festive. The Gion Festival, one of Japan's 3 biggest festivals and a Unesco World cultural event, spans the whole month of July. This festival has continued in Kyoto for over 1000 years and draws people from all over Japan to witness its beauty and awe inspiring tradition.
Kyoto's is filled with markets that occur every month. You can find beautiful old Kimonos (sometimes new), Obi (kimono belts), gorgeous Japanese artifacts and sometimes swords. These temple and street markets are fun-filled and lively. They are great for strolling through and also a good chance to chat with the locals.
The people of Kyoto are a tad shy but once you get to know them or they get used to you, they are sweeter than your own grandparents.
If and when you do come to Kyoto, come here with an open mind and a big heart. You're going to walk away with treasures and memories that will be bringing you back for more.
Welcome to Takasegawa Suites and welcome to the most amazing city in Japan and possibly the world - welcome to Kyoto!!!