The source of Kyoto, Rakuhoku Kibune, revered as the god of water from time immemorial.Torii Ugenta have served as the protector family of the Kifune shrine for ages. Nestled in the abundant nature and water of Kibune, in the founding year of the Kansei era (1789), Ugenta, Sagenta and Kogenta adopting the name of the place worked hard with devotion towards their duties.Sit back and enjoy the famous river-bed cuisine, enveloped in comforting breeze and greenery as you lend your ear to the pure flowing sounds of the Kibune river, source of the Kamo river.
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- VAT is included, but bathing tax (around JPY 150 per adult) may NOT be included.
- Price in USD is based on the exchange rate as of today and might be different from that of the booking date.
A guide to 'Kawadoko Ryōri', riverbed cuisine.
Kibune's own riverbed cuisine is available with the new green leaves from May 1st to the early autumn by September 30th. You can enjoy feasting on the famous 'Ayuno Shioyaki' and 'Amagono Tempura' amongst other dishes. Their cuisine is highly regarded amongst many customers and the fish served here does not have any smell since the place's river fish is kept fresh in Kibune's river water and is prepared alive.
With Hamo Shabu Kaiseki, Riverbed Kaiseki to start off, you can have a course meal with Ayuno-Shioyaki etc. There are many preparations to choose from.
Lunch: 11:30, 14:00
Dinner: 17:00, 17:30, 18:00, 18:30
Soft-shelled turtle soup with clear underground stream water from Kibune, rich in collagen, 'Kifunabe'. Guests staying here can enjoy the the Nabe for dinner.
(available only in the winters)
Both of the rooms are maisonette type as well as the indoor bathrooms, and on the second floor, there is an outdoor bath for you to relax in with the moments passing calmly.
The Tea Room Tea room on-site at Ugenta. The tea room at the resort was built in 1918 made in Shoin-zukuri, traditional style of Japanese residential architecture spanning eight-jō. Although the teaware of the hotel is mainly the one of Senkeryū style, it for customers of all schools of art-styles.
76, Kifune-cho, Kurama, Sakyo-ku,,Kyoto,601-1112,JAPAN
Approximately 45 minutes by car from Kyoto Station.
Approximately 20 minutes by car from the Kokusaikaikan station on the Karasuma subway line.
Approximately 60 minutes by car from the Meishin Expressway-Minami IC.
Get off at Kibuneguchi station, around 27 minutes from the Demachiyanagi Station on Eizan Electric Railway.
There is a free shuttle bus from the 'Kibuneguchi' station to 'Ugenta'.
Please inform the ryokan when you get on the Eizan train.
- Check-in Time
- From 3:00pm to 6:00pm
- Check-out Time
- Until 11:00am
- Tax / Service Charge
- Nothing in Particular.
- Credit cards accepted at this property
- VISA / MASTER / JCB / AMEX / DINERS
- Not available:
There are no special pricings for children.
Please note that the resort does not accept children under 13 years of age.
- Pets are NOT allowed.
- Free of charge for guests;Capacity 2 vehicles
- Other policies & conditions
- Nothing in Particular.