Yoshikawa is a luxuary inn located in the city center.
Kobori Enshu, a famous gardener and feudal lord of the Edo-period, created
the garden "Taikyo-en" that extends outside the rooms.
A garden created in a limited space is a unique culture of Kyoto and is also a symbol of Japanese beauty.
You can walk around the garden freely.
Of course, you can also look at the garden while eating luxury Japanese food.
There are small inner gardens, called Tsubo-niwa, between the rooms.
At the entrance, there are folding screens and decorations that value the sense of the season.
Various ornaments equivalent to cultural properties are placed in the room.