Surrounded by giant trees in Kyoto Gyoen (park) that surrounds the Kyoto Imperial Palace, is the Nakadachiuri Rest House,
“the rest house in the forest”, where people can spend their time in a relaxing atmosphere.
Built with various types of wood mainly from local forests in Kyoto,
the building is designed barrier-free and eco-friendly, and has a rest area, the gift shop “Higaki” and the restaurant “Higaki Saryo”.
Please visit us during your stroll in Kyoto Gyoen,
we are located right in front of the entrance to the Kyoto Imperial Palace.
Being the Imperial Palace (the capital of Japan from 794 – 1869) with many historic buildings,
Kyoto Gyoen has always been central to Kyoto and familiar to Kyoto residents.
Come here and have a real Kyoto experience.
Come and spend some time in a relaxing atmosphere at Nakadachiuri Rest House on your visit to the Kyoto Imperial Palace,
the Kyoto State Guest House, or during your stroll in Kyoto Gyoen.
Nakadachiuri Rest House has the restaurant “Higaki Saryo”, the gift shop “Higaki” and an information corner as well as a rest area.
There are several bike parking spaces located outside.
The walkway that connects the rest house with the rest rooms outside is covered so that people don’t get wet on rainy days.
The Rest House has a wheelchair rental service, coin lockers, and multipurpose room for baby nursing and emergency use.
- Vending Machines
- Maps of Kyoto Gyoen
- Digital signage that shows various scenes of the park
- Wheelchair rental
- Maps, visitors’ guide
- Tables for changing diapers (2)
- Events at Kyoto Gyoen
Nakadachiuri Rest House is free and open to everyone. You can bring your own food and drink.
For baby nursing and emergency use. Please ask a staff member if you would like to use this room.
Free KYOTO Wi-Fi is available.
Assistance dogs are allowed.