“Sabi” is an aesthetic sense of Japanese culture, probably better known as part of the concept, wabi-sabi. The characteristic of this concept can be expressed as “rustic beauty” in English. The concept of “sabi” places a high value on the richness and charm resulting from the aging process. The tarnished galvanized sheets on Sabino House’s exterior walls, the aged ceiling beam, and the rustic steel covered with mill scale—all of which are the embodiment of this aesthetic value.
Relax in this space - embellished with these components seasoned by the gift of time - and feast your eyes on the vista of rustling maple leaves.
By cherishing these moments Sabino House offers, you will be able to savor this rustic charm.
150-3 Yakuencho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
[Access by taxi]
Please show the following text to the driver; they will take you to the street where Sabino House is located:
[Access by bus]
22-minute walk from JR "Kyoto" Station.
7-minute walk from "Tanbaguchi" Station on the JR Sanin Main Line.
[Access by train]
Take the bus on route 32, 205, 208
Get off at "Shichijo Mibugawa bus stop" and walk for 5 minutes.
Take the bus on route 206, 207
Get off at "Shimabaraguchi" and walk for 5 minutes.