Ryokan/Hotel Shops- Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo/Hotel

Ryokan/Hotel Shops- Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo

Lobby Shop

The Ryoka/hotel Lobby shop offers a selection of gifts and traveller necessities.

Yukata photosYukata (浴衣, Yukata) is a Japanese summer garment. People wearing yukata are a common sight at fireworks displays, bon-odori festivals, and other summer events. The yukata is a casual form of kimono that is also frequently worn after bathing at traditional Japanese inns. Though their use is not limited to after-bath wear, yukata literally means bath(ing) clothes.

Rental of YUKATA.    From 1000 yen.
Sales of YUKATA.    From 6000 yen.
Sales of OBI belt.    From 1000 yen.
Sales of GETA clogs  From 2000 yen.

Tableware photostableware(China),Porcelain is generally believed to have originated in tableware(China). It is a traditional culture for Japan. Japanese food completes cooking with the
seasonal ingredient and tableware.

From 2500 yen.

Incense photosIncense is composed of aromatic biotic materials. It releases fragrant smoke when burned. The term incense refers to the substance itself, rather than to the odor that it produces.

Many religious ceremonies and spiritual purificatory rites employ incense, a practice that persists to this day. Incense is also used in medicine and for its aesthetic value. The forms taken by incense have changed with advances in technology, differences in the underlying culture, and diversity in the reasons for burning it.

From 840yen.

Sake photosSake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from rice.This article uses the word "sake" as it is used in English, as the name for this specific Japanese alcoholic beverage made from rice. However, in Japanese, the word sake (Japanese: 酒; usually preceded by the honorific prefix o-) means alcohol or alcoholic beverages in general and not exclusively to this specific single beverage; instead, the word Nihonshu 日本酒 (literally, "Japanese alcoholic beverage") is used to distinguish it from other beverages. In English, the word "sake" always refers to Nihonshu.

YAMAMOTO HONKE http://www.kyotosake.com/index.html

From 1500yen.

Sake is also referred to in English as "Japanese rice wine," but the characterisation implied is not accurate. Wine is made from the single fermentation of plant juices (other than sparkling wine, which can be a double fermentation to create the carbonation). Sake is produced by multiple fermentation of rice, which is more similar to how beer is produced.


Tatsumura Textile photosThe Nishijin style of weaving,Tatsumura Textile uses yarn dyeing, in which yarns of various colors are woven to make patterns. This technique is both time-consuming and labor intensive compared to other techniques, but it is indispensable for creating the elaborate and gorgeous designs required for kimono fabric.

Yarn dyeing consists of many intermediate steps, each of which, in the Nishijin tradition, is undertaken by experienced specialists. While preserving its traditional skills, however, the industry has been quick to adopt such innovations as process mechanization and computer control to help reduce costs. In this way, the modern Nishijin industry continues to provide beautiful hand-woven fabrics, while bringing the pleasure of Nishijin textiles to many more people than ever before.

From 60000yen.

Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo/Kyoto Inn,Hotel RESERVATION ASSISTANCE
34 Nanzenji Fukuji-cho
Sakyo-ku Kyoto-shi
Kyoto 606-8435 JAPAN


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