Meaning imbued in the name “Higashiyama Sho,”
At the “HIGASHIYAMA SHO,” traditional lodging house, the Japanese character for Sho in the guest house’s name means “joyous” or “omen of good fortune.” The comma at the end of the name indicates that our story is not yet complete; that is, our story will continue and expand in the future. From this lodging house to our guests, this is the meaning imbued in the name we selected for our guest house.
Reservations / Use
*Please make your reservation up to three weekdays before your stay via telephone or through our website.
- 1. Check-in
- We will ask for your check-in time in advance and our staff will be on hand at “HIGASHIYAMA SHO,” at the designated time to carry out the check-in procedures.
- 2. Key
- After the check-in procedures have been completed, the staff will explain to you about the “HIGASHIYAMA SHO,” facilities, provide you with information about the neighborhood, and tell you the code for the numeric keypad.
- 3. Stay
- Until your check-out time, you are free to come and go as you please. Please enjoy the guest house facilities to the fullest.
- 4. Check-out
- Check-out is by 11:00 a.m. When you leave the guest house, please notify the staff and be sure to lock the door behind you.
|Bath towels||Face towels|
|Body soap||Hand towels|
|Conditioning shampoo||Shaving razor|
|Bar soap||Ladies’ set
(cotton pads, cotton swabs, and hair band)
|Wine cooler||Ice bucket|
|Sake cups||Sake decanter|
|Plates (large, medium, and small)||Rock glasses|
|Mini refrigerator||Microwave oven|
|Oven toaster||Two-burner IH stove|
|Electric kettle||Bluetooth speaker|
|Yukata Kimono||Geta (Japanese footwear)|