Welcome to Kyoto Bakpak Hostel
Central Kyoto, cheap backpacker’s accommodation!
Centrally located in the Downtown Kyoto city but also giving visitors the luxurious advantage of being in front of the spectacular Kamogawa River.
Just across the street is Kawarachi – Kiyamachi and close beside is Gion, the Kyoto Geisha district and Minamiza Theater (the birth place of kabuki).
The main Kyoto shopping center, the bustling night life of Kiyamachi – kiyamachi and Gion (kyoto Geisha town) are on the hostel's doorstep.
These places are the "it" circuit of Kyoto. Undisputedly the finest places for nightlife and culture. The area is teeming with restaurants, supermarkets, pubs, bars and karaoke houses, entertainment halls and much much more all waiting to give you a warm welcome. The cool breeze from the river and the hostels manufacture ensures you get good nights sleep.
For the adverturous daylight explorers there are some of Japan`s most famous and arguably most important cultural spots such as: Gion, Kyoto imperial palace, Kiyomizu temple, Kenninji Temple, yasaka shrine, maruyama park, Kyoto Ebisu shrine and Kyoto Minamiza Theater (the birth place of kabuki). This is where you can gain the authentic Japanese experience. Its a great place to snap up some authentic Japan photographs too!!!
Revelers and party animals bust out moves
With the hordes of Japanese that frequent this area. Anything goes, so get dressed up and bust out your best moves in either Kiyamachi or Gion followed by a midnight stroll along the Kamogawa river banks to enjoy the view and cool breeze.
There are no worries about transport arrangements. This hostel is just a stones throw away from where you want to be. So you can easily walk to and from the hostel each day. Kyoto Bakpak Hostel - "Where people meet to explore and enjoy the rich culture of Kyoto"! from where you want to be. Kyoto also has a great public transportation system so save time and see more going on the bus.
We are waiting for you to come and experience the city Japan calls “the SOUL of Japan”.