hotel GOCO stay Kyoto Shijo-Kawaramachi

075-744-1221(Hours 10:00~22:00)


An apartment-style hotel
in Kyoto’s Shijo-Kawaramachi district.



hotel GOCO stay Concept

The Meaning of GOCO


Located in very center of Kyoto, a great starting point for Kyoto sightseeing just a 5-minute walk from Shijo-Kawaramachi and 1 minute from Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcade (Compasso Teramachi) and Nishiki Market, we offer modern Japanese rooms where you can rest and relax comfortably.


Functional modern Japanese rooms for comfortable hotel living

All guestrooms are equipped with a kitchenette, microwave, and tableware for easy cooking in your room.
Nishiki Market and department store gourmet food floors are also nearby, as well as a variety of takeout and delivery options, so you can enjoy meals with ease.
Every guestroom also has a washing machine and clothes dryer function in the bathroom, microwave, and free Wi-Fi to ensure maximum comfort and convenience even during long stays.


Located near Shijo-Kawaramachi and Nishiki Market
The perfect base for Kyoto sightseeing

A great location only a 5-minute walk from Kyoto-kawaramachi Station and just 1 minute to Shijo-dori, Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcade (Compasso Teramachi), and Nishiki Market. Ideally located for both dining and shopping. Also close to Subway Shijo Station, making it a great base for sightseeing in Kyoto.

Message from the Owner

The logo of hotel GOCO stay represents Kyoto’s grid-pattern “Tanoji District” stylized to incorporate the letters of GOCO. The historical central area of Kyoto (the area surrounded by the streets Shijo-dori, Kawaramachi-dori, Oike-dori, and Karasuma-dori), where the city’s vitality and charm are highlighted, is represented in the logo, along with a star placed where the hotel is located. Staying here gives you the chance to “go around” from the very center of Kyoto.

Our guestrooms were designed based on the concept of “Convenient Plus Comfortable,” furnished with facilities and equipment to create a relaxing space where you can enjoy even a long stay in incredible comfort.

The hotel’s operating company, Konishi Shoten, began as a soy sauce retailer in 1912 and has carved its niche in the history of Kyoto along with the neighborhood of Goko-machi. The “Maruten Soy Sauce” signboard, made from a single piece of zelkova wood, that once adorned the shop now greets visitors at its new placement at the entrance to the hotel.

All the staff here at hotel GOCO stay are looking forward to your visit and will make every effort to ensure a comfortable stay and memorable sightseeing experience in Kyoto as you use our hotel as your starting point.