Welcome to Kyo-Anthu Inn We’ve opened the small guest house in November 2018 in Kyoto Higashiyama area. Our brand new Inn is family owned operated business and it is conveniently located from JR Kyoto station and close to Sanjusangendo temple ,Kyoto national Museum and beautiful Kamogawa river. It is perfect for a quiet night. Our rooms are stylish and clean with private bathrooms in each room. Our inn isn't a typical one; it's like a hotel style but it's like your own home as well because we treat the guests as our own family. We're always here to help and guide you. My family is grateful to communicate with new people. So you could've great experiences in staying our hotel style inn and having a home stay with us. What's good also in our inn, we provide our own kitchen for the guests. So, you can make homecook meal while you're traveling away from home. KYO ANTHU Inn aims to provide satisfaction to foreign travelers who want to unwind and enjoy their trips around Japan. It also promotes Japanese culture and tradition. ■■■Founder■■■ My name is Emiko, owner of KYO ANTHU Inn. I studied English abroad at Toronto, Canada and worked as a Japanese Teacher for a year in Thailand. I love travelling different countries, meeting new people and experiencing various cultures. My travel experience abroad inspires me to build KYO ANTHU Inn. So, in that way I would be able to help and accommodate travelers who wants to enjoy the beautiful city of Kyoto! ❤︎Family Background My father is a retired dental technician, he likes cars, does fishing, and watching baseball games on TV. My mother is a dental nurse, she possess a friendly personality and likes hanging out with friends. My younger brother is a banker and lived in Tokyo. He loves playing golf, baseball and travelling abroad. My grandmother is a 90-year old woman who loves eating meat and fish which is her secret of having a long and healthy life. ⭐︎My hobbies I've been learning the Japanese flower arrangement which is called "Ikebana" more than a decade and been starting to learn tea ceremony a year ago. With these skills and talents, I can provide and share the traditional Japanese cultures if guests are interested about it. About any other experiences in Kyoto, my previous company taught and shared a lot of culture classes such as sushi making, calligraphy, Kimono wearing and so on. So if you're interested , please don’t hesitate to ask me any kind of Japanese cultures you want to know and learn. I’m very happy if I could help and boost your interest about Japanese cultures and traditions. For further inquiry please feel free to contact us. We are looking forward to serve you in your future travels!