Besides staying for the nights, you can work on your projects at our coworking space.
Meet our global coworking community in Kyoto, & share your passion with us.
Be connected to industries, organizations & individuals in Kyoto that are related to your business, we have all the network.
Join our events & projects to learn more about Japan & meet the amazing locals, both Japanese & foreign residences in the area.
Enjoy suburban Kyoto, experience the everyday livelihood of Kyoto people.
Be close to the history & nature of Yamashina area in Kyoto.
Have the time of your life.
47RONIN is located in a newly renovated yet an old traditional Japanese house named Hokurinkan (北隣館) in Yamashina ward of Kyoto City. It is an over 50 years old 2-storey building designed as a traditional residence for a farmer’s family. It is also situated along Old Nara Street (旧奈良街道) which was the first road in the area, connecting Kyoto Prefecture to Nara Prefecture, the very first capital of Japan before Kyoto & Tokyo.
Yamashina has a very old history such that it was already inhabited since Jomon period(縄文時代, 14000BC to 300BC). It is the meeting point of two major historical routes of Japan, Tokaido (東海道)& Nara Kaido(奈良街道), forming an important cross road in the region. It is also the final resting place of the 38th emperor of Japan, Tenji Emperor (天智天皇626~672AD) where his tomb was erected in Yamashina.
The biggest lake in Japan, Lake Biwa is only a couple of minutes by train from 47RONIN. With mountains as a backdrop & farmlands as its backyard, 47RONIN is a calm & peaceful residential coworking space where you can find inspirations & new ideas while surrounded by the nature & the daily lives of the Japanese people.
There are 2 dormitory rooms at 2F of 47RONIN. One for the ladies & one for the guys, or it could be mixed upon request if you are coming in a group.
Room A: 6 pax, Room B: 4 pax
Dormitory bed space
Mini kitchen (shared)
Lunch (optional, Mon~Fri)
Bicycle rental (optional, 1000yen per day)
Washing machine (200yen)
Station transfer (for group of 6 or more)
Self service coffee (100yen)
Foreign adaptors, guide books, padlocks and iPhone charger for free!