Japanese culture is one that is largely influenced by ancient and auspicious motifs that can be found in design, artwork, commodities, and more. Yoshimigura machiya house incorporates these ideas, designs, and motifs of good luck to showcase another prominent side of Japan. This is an elegant machiya house with all of the charm of a traditional Japanese house.
Images and motifs of the matsu tree, bamboo, and plum blossom can be found throughout the house — representing longevity, flexibility, and purity, respectively. From the curtains in the 2nd floor bedroom, to the intricate artwork displayed on the walls.
A small, yet intimate house is deceptively more spacious that what its exterior suggests. A perfect house for smaller groups of family, friends, and couples — this house is the ideal place to begin your exploration of the historical city of Kyoto.