Ayaginu

75 million yen
NOI yield approximately 4.9%
*It may vary depending on the management conditions
Location260-2 Higashicho Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
Nearest StationKyoto Station, JR Tokaido Main Line (8 min. walk)

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Orimono (織物) refers to textiles or woven fabrics— a word often used when describing kimono wear and obi belts. Requiring the skills and techniques of a team of craftsmen, and made on large traditional looms, this craft of textile arts has had a long held history in Kyoto.

Kyoto boasts a textile district, known as Nishijin, where the intricately designed obi sashes, and kimono fabrics are hand-woven with incredible detail. Ayaginu machiya house celebrates the history and craft of the orimono by incorporating these designs within its light fixtures, zabuton cushions, and more. Delicate paper lanterns illuminate the tatami-lined rooms, kimono fabric line the inside of a lighting fixture above the stairs, and bright greenery that change color with every season within the tsubinowa garden.

Property Overview

Property Name Ayaginu
Address 260-2 Higashicho Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8224
Transportation Kyoto Station, JR Tokaido Main Line (8 min. walk)
Price 75 million yen
Ownership Land and building ownership

*The prices include tax.

Ayaginu

Incorporating the vibrant colors and exquisite textures of textiles throughout this traditional house, this private retreat will impress with its understated elegance.

Within walking distance of Kyoto Station, this ideally located traditional machiya house will become your private home away from home. Each room of Ayaginu has been meticulously designed — from the lighting fixtures, textures of the walls, to the wall art, and more. You will be able to truly appreciate the architecture and craftsmanship of this historical house during your stay in Kyoto.

Walk to Shosei-en Garden in the afternoon, and marvel at the beauty that is the UNESCO World Heritage site Nishihongan-ji Temple. In the evening, have a relaxing dinner at a traditional Japanese Kaiseki restaurant.

For longer stays in Kyoto, we recommend heading south of Kyoto Station to Uji City, or traveling north towards Kurama to explore the mountain side. Because of its close location to Kyoto Station, you'll be able to explore every inch of this unique country.

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