京都嵐山 ホテル嵯峨野



Our hotel is surrounded by many fascinating locations. Enjoy exploring the area by rent-a-cycle,
while taking in Arashiyama’s splendid scenery.


  • bamboo forest
    The Arashiyama Bamboo Grove is one of Kyoto’s top sights and for good reason: standing amid these soaring stalks of bamboo is like being in another world.
  • torokko(trolley)train
    A 7.3km journey from Saga Station to Kameoka, enjoy the fantastic sights of the Hozugawa River and Hozukyo Gorge along the way. Trip length, approximately 23 minutes.
    [Official site]
  • tenryuji temple
    Tenryuji is the first of the Kyoto Five Mountain Temples. It was established in 1339 by Takauji Ashikaga as a prayer for the repose of Emperor Godaigo’s soul. As the main temple of the Tenryuji branch of the Rinzai sect, it occupies an expansive temple grounds and is lined with various sub-temples. It is particularly known for its inner garden, which is a declared special historic site of scenic beauty.
    [Official site]
  • the moon crossing bridge togetsukyo
    Togetsukyo is notable for the views it offers of the cherry blossoms and autumn leaves found on the slopes of Arashiyama.
  • kameyama park
    The entrance to Kameyama Park is located in front of the arrival point for the Hozugawa River Cruise. With a stone-paved path leading into the park, it holds a stone monument of poems composed by Zhou Enlai and an observation platform offering a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. Kameyama Park was named after the mountain’s turtle-like (kame) resemblance.
  • arashiyama sightseeing boat
    Private reservations (trip length, approximately 30 minutes)
    [Official site]
  • kyoto monkey park iwatayama
    This park is currently inhabited by 120 Japanese macaques, each of which has been given its own name. The monkeys provide an exciting spectacle throughout the year, whatever the season.
    [Official site]
  • matsunoo-taisha shrine
    Built in 701, the first year of the Taiho Era, this is one of Kyoto’s oldest shrines. The main inner shrine standing today was built in 1397. Famous for bringing the luck of long life, the kamenoi water found here is used for making sake due to the legend that whatever enters this water will never decay. Accordingly, numerous sake barrels are housed within the shrine grounds.
    [Official site]
  • kegonji temple
    This temple is known as Suzumushitera due to the bell crickets (suzumushi) that can be heard here throughout the year. Believed to offer luck in matchmaking, it receives long lines of visitors on weekends and holidays. A great number of people come to pray before the straw-sandaled Jizo statue.
    [Official site]

ohter spots

  • hozu-gawa river boat ride
    Taking about 2 hours, the Hozugawa River Boat Ride is a thrilling sightseeing experience with a travel distance of approximately 16 kilometers from Tanba-Kameoka to scenic Arashiyama, Kyoto.
    [Official site]
  • toei kyoto studio park
    Along with being an entertainment facility, this studio carries on in a 100 year tradition of Japanese films. In addition to tours of movie sets, this site offers a zone filled with Toei anime and movie heroes.
    [Official site]
  • area surrounding arashiyama station
    The area around Arashiyama station is lined with shops of every kind, from souvenir shops carrying a lineup of Kyoto goods to restaurants, cafes, kimono rental boutiques and more.
event schedule
May Aoi Matsuri Aoi Matsuri is one of the three main annual festivals held in Kyoto, Japan; the other two being the Festival of the Ages (Jidai Matsuri) and Gion Matsuri. It is a festival for the two Kamo shrines in the north of the city, Shimogamo and Kamigamo Shrine.
May Saga Matsuri
Held: 4th Sunday of May
Saga Matsuri refers to the combined festivals of Atago and Nonomiya shrines. For this festival, 5 decorated spear-like poles (kenboko) are brought out from the towns of Saga and with portable shrines (mikoshi) are paraded through various locations.
May Mifune Matsuri  
Held: 3rd Sunday of May
Home to the god of entertainment, Kurumazaki Shrine (a quick walk from Kurumazaki Station on the Keifuku Arashiyama Main Line) holds an annual festival taking after the boating rituals of the Heian period.
June Waka-ayu Matsuri  
Held: 2nd Thursday of May
Accompanying the opening of ayu fishing in the Hozugawa River, this festival holds a tasting for charcoal-grilled young ayu and is set among the newly green leaves.
July Arashiyama Cormorant Fishing
Held: July, 1st through September, 15th
This traditional fishing method uses Japanese cormorant to catch river fish such as ayu. It is held at night from July until September in the area on the Oigawa River (Katsuragawa River) near the Togetsukyo Bridge.
July Gion Matsuri Gion Matsuri is one of Japan’s three great festivals; the highlight of which is the parade of 33 festival floats on the 17th and 24th. The ritual of festival floats for Kyoto’s Gion Matsuri is listed by Unesco as an intangible cultural heritage.
August Festival of floating lanterns
Held: August, 16th
The scene of memorial lanterns being floated one after the other from the sides of the Togetsukyo Bridge is truly impressive. On the same night, the Gozan no Okuribi bonfires are held, and from atop the Togetsukyo bridge one can see the “daimonji” and “torii” shaped flames.
August Thousand lantern festival
Held: August 23rd through the 24th
As a ritual held during the Jizo-bon festival, sacred light is offered to the more than 8000 stone pagodas and Buddha statues. The worshippers ignite lights to be presented as offerings while a priest recites a sutra for the dead.
August Gozan no Okuribi bonfires Clearly standing out in the summer night sky, the Gozan no Okuribi bonfires are a colorful Kyoto summer tradition that, like Gion Matsuri, are famous throughout Japan.
October Festival of the Ages The Festival of the Ages is a celebration of the Heian Shrine held every year in October. The costumes and accompaniments used in the festival are made from traditional craft techniques cultivated over 1000 years in Kyoto, earning them the description of being like moving picture scrolls.
October Saigu Parade  
Held: 3rd Sunday of October
Setting out from Nomiya Shrine, this procession recreates the scene of the unmarried imperial princess purifying herself and going to serve at Ise Shrine.
November Momiji Matsuri
Held: 2nd Sunday of November
Just as with the Mifune Matsuri, a great number of boats gather for showy performances of traditional dance, music and plays held in 10th-century court costumes.
December Hanatouro illumination
Held: mid-December
Capitalizing on the nature, waterfront, bamboo forest and historical cultural assets of the Saga Arashiyama area, a walkway totaling approximately 5.2 km is created from the light of open air lanterns, whose shades and shadows imbue Japanese sentiment, and the blossoms of voluminous flower arrangement pieces. The created effect is a pathway that naturally beckons one to walk.
February Setsubun-kai Party
Held: February, 3rd

Within the Tenryuji Temple grounds, guests are provided lucky bamboo branches and can take part in “mame-maki” bean throwing, a children’s calligraphy exhibition and tea ceremony.

A setsubun-kai party is also available at Nomiya Shrine.
March Hozugawa River Opening Open: from March, 10th Hozugawa river rafting is a thrilling experience down approximately 16 kilometers of mountain stream on a 2 hour journey from Kameoka to Arashiyama. Twisting down the river and being dashed against rocks by rapid currents, the boat is covered in water while the sound of the paddle echoes among the mysteriousness of the river.


We offer a variety of different room types from ones featuring glass bathrooms to rooms carrying massage chairs and more. After arriving at our hotel, we will provide you with a complimentary welcome drink.

- Standard Double Room
- Superior Double Room
- Deluxe Double Room

In-Room Facilities Shower, Bathtub, Free Wi-Fi, LCD TV, DVD Player, VHS Player, Pay TV,
Massage Chair (*for select rooms only), Hair Dryer

Toothbrush, Body Wash, Shampoo, Conditioner,
Face Wash, Cleansing Cream, Skin Toner, Lotion

Razor, Shower Cap, Comb, Body Sponge, Vanity Set
Lendable Items Hair Iron
Straight Iron
Hair Curler
Contact Lens Solution and Case
Various Cosplay Goods


  • rental bicycle
    We have rental bicycles available exclusively for our guests. From the time of your arrival until your departure, you may use these free of charge.
  • breakfast
    We offer a complimentary breakfast service during your stay.
    Please select from our Japanese and Western options.
  • luggage check
    We allow you to check your luggage with us from your arrival until your departure.


Do you have parking?
We have a parking lot available exclusively to our guests. You may use this free of charge for the entirety of your stay.
Will you hold my luggage for me before check-in or after check-out?
Yes. If you arrive early, we will store the luggage at our front desk until your check-in time. We can also keep it for you after check-out. Please feel free to request our luggage check service.
I would like to stay at your hotel while on business. Is it possible to get accommodation for just 1 person?
Yes, we offer accommodation for single guests.
Do you offer accommodation to high school students?
According to the Entertainment Business Act, guests under 18 years of age may not stay at our hotel.
What will happen if we miss our check-out time?
In this case, a standard extension fee will be charged.
Do you offer a morning wakeup call?
Yes. Please request a wake-up call at our front desk by dialing 9 on your room’s phone.
How do I order food?
Please call the front desk by dialing 9 on your room’s phone to order food. We have placed a menu in each of our rooms. You may also order food for delivery. Please feel free to contact us for details.
What times do you offer your breakfast service?
Our breakfast service is available from 7:30 until 11:00 am. Please request for your desired time during check-in.
Can we bring food and snacks into our room?
You are free to bring in food and snacks.
When staying as a group of 3 must we all use the same bed?
For an additional fee, we are able to provide an extra bed. Our hotel allows a maximum of 4 guests per room.
I would like to change the date I reserved for to another day. Is this possible?
Please make all confirmations, changes and cancellations to your booking with Expedia.
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I made a reservation but my plans have changed. Is it possible to cancel my reservation?
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Can I head out after check-in?
Yes, you are free to leave after check-in.
Is there a curfew?
There are no curfews at our hotel.
I would like to ride my bike to your hotel. Is parking available?
We have parking available exclusively for bicycles.
Do we need to pay for our room in advance or when we check out?
Payment is made online at the time of reservation.
Please consult with our front desk about payments for extension fees.
Can I use the Internet in the hotel?
Wi-Fi Internet access is available free of charge in all of our rooms.


hotel sagano
16-1 Fushihara-cho, Saga, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 616-8334
Hankyu Matsuo-taisha Station - 14 minutes on foot
Keifuku Arashiyama Station - 20 minutes on foot