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We currently don't have furnished apartment rentals in Kyoto. but we do have other properties.

Co-living $553 - $646

31-1, Yamada Minami-cho, Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan

Taikoukyo Co-living

Japanese Style Room (Tatami floor with a private terrace and futon mattresses)

Minimum stay is 30 nights

Hotel $1,400

1-23-2 Choshi, Nagaokakyo-shi, Kyoto 617-0844 Japan

Kyoto Guest Inn Nagaokakyo

Private Room

Minimum stay is 30 nights

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About Kyoto

Over 2,000 temples span across the former capital of Japan, Kyoto, helping to emphasize and highlight the undeniable beauty and uniqueness of Asian culture. Echoes of spiritual chants can be heard throughout the city—silent or loud. It's no wonder Lonely Planet dubbed Kyoto as Japan's Spiritual Heart. It's also the city where tradition thrives, despite the surrounding technological boom blanketing the nation.

Adventurous foodies will enjoy the medley of classy restaurants, upscale bars, sushi scenes, and hipster-approved cafes. Some notable attractions in Kyoto include Nijo Castle, Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine, The Golden Pavillion, and Kiyomizu-dera Temple, to name a few. 

What is Furnished Apartment

Furnished apartments are a convenient option for both short and long term rentals, although leases usually tend to be on the shorter side. Flexible lease terms often include rental on a weekly or monthly basis as opposed to a year long contract. Utilities are usually included in your monthly rental price as well.

Your furnished apartment will be move-in ready, and like a hotel, will come with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Typically included in a furnished apartment are living room furniture, dining furniture, bedroom furniture and basic appliances such as a TV and microwave. Most furnished apartments will also have the necessities needed for daily living such as bed linens, towels, cooking utensils and tableware. Some furnished apartments even come with hotel-like services and amenities such as housekeeping.

Although the rental cost for a furnished apartment can be slightly higher than an unfurnished unit, tenants who don't wish to buy their own necessary furnishings for a temporary situation can actually save money with this arrangement. This makes furnished apartments a great option for long-term business travelers, families who are in the process of relocation, students who won't be living in their apartment year-round, and anyone else who needs a flexible short-term living arrangement.

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