When traveling in Japan, many tourists choose to stay at a Ryokan. Traditional Japanese lodging with tatami mats, wood and bamboo
Uniquely the concept of Ryokan can be felt by tourists on Japanese trains in 2019. Kyotrain Garaku, as the name of the tourist train with the concept of a ryokan, will be operated in March 2019.
A ryokan known for the first time since the 8th
Not only that
To feel the Kyotrain Garaku, tourists can follow the train route, from Kyoto to Osaka, commuting once every four days.
Each train has a different season theme, spring, fall, heat, and cold, but with the overall concept of the ryokan.
Travel by train is 45 minutes, with four stopping stations at Karasuma, Katsura, Awaji, and Juso. Ticket prices from Kyoto to Osaka and Kyotrain Garaku in the capital range around 400 Yen or equivalent to Rp. 55,000.