Izutsu Hotel is managed by the Sakizo Group, under the leadership of Sakizo Tamura, who introduced the world to crêpe clothing. Izutsu Hotel gained its name from the Tamura family's store, "Izutsuya". Its roots stretch back to 1723.
The hotel is situated in the center of Kyoto's business district, with plenty of shopping, restaurants, and leisure, and no lack of extended stays.
In addition, Nishiki Market, Ponto-cho, Kiyamachi, Gion, and Kamogawa are within walking distance. The area has numerous spots where the elegance of Kyoto can be experienced.
It also has incredibly convenient access, located less than 5 minutes on foot from Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station (subway), Sanjo Station (Keihan Line), and Kawaramachi Station (Hankyu); and all nearby bus stops can take you to almost every sightseeing location without stopping, making the hotel an optimal base for business or sightseeing.
The hotel provides relaxing decor and Simmons beds in all rooms to soothe bodies tired from business and sightseeing.
The Kyoto Izutsu Hotel expresses the spirit and tradition of “Izutsuya” and “Sakizo”, extending back 300 years in Kyoto, on the hotel stage.