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KYOTO kifune UGENTA 右源太 Traditional Room
Japan

京都貴船 右源太 ┃ 川床料理 料理旅館

Ugenta has achieved an unrivalled presence with their service and cuisine that are truly engaging. 

One glance in any direction from Ugenta Inn can settle even the most restless of souls or draw excitement from even the most staid and seasoned traveler.

The forest and Kifune shrines are alive with the stories of the past as they wait to be whispered in the ears of those curious enough to explore the hillsides of the huge majestic cedars in search of the fables and legends.

Another legend in the making is the unique dining experience, Kawadoko (late spring & summer only), 

where you feast on raised platforms hovering just above the quick flowing waters of the Kifune River.

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