[ROKU KYOTO] ‘Summer Festival Stay Plan’ to enjoy the mood of summer events such as festivals and fireworks displays.


In summer, Kyoto is abuzz with the Gion Festival, one of Japan’s three major festivals, and Gozan-no-Okuribi, a traditional summer event in Kyoto, and ROKU KYOTO, LXR Hotels & Resorts is offering a package including yukata, shaved ice and fireworks, a summer tradition, from 1 July (Mon) to 16 August (Fri) 2024. ), with a limited time offer from 1 July to 16 August 2024.

Enjoy unique summer events in yukata

Packed with everything you need to make the most of the summer, this package allows you to choose from a variety of yukata, including those with traditional Japanese patterns and modern colours, and a professional tailor will dress you in your hotel room. The hotel also provides a set of obi, bag, geta and tabi (socks) to match the yukata, so you can leave everything to the professionals.

Hairdressing and photographer services can be arranged as an option, and the yukata worn can be purchased directly from the hotel.

Spend a moment at ROKU KYOTO in Rakuhoku, downtown Kyoto. Yukata, shaved ice, sparklers and other unique summer items add elegance and colour to your memories of summer in Kyoto.

'Summer Festival Stay Plan' Overview.

Period: Monday 1 July – Friday 16 August 2024
Charges: From JPY 132,000 (per room per night for 2 persons)
Contents: 2 nights’ accommodation (breakfast included)
Yukata rental set
Dressing in hotel room
Natsu Roku Goori (Summer Ice) parfait ice cream




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