FUNATSURU KYOTO KAMOGAWA RESORT
Funatsuru Kyoto Kamogawa Resort is a 150-year-old venue that has been registered as a Tangible Cultural Property of Japan. Located along the Kamogawa River, in summer, parties can be held on the "kawadoko" (riverbed), a Kyoto tradition, and banquets offer views of the five-story Yasaka pagoda, Kiyomizu Temple, and other Higashiyama locations. It is one of the largest and most unique venues in Kyoto with all-weather convenience.
Main Banquet Specifications
Name of Banquet Hall
GRAND BALL ROOM
With the ceiling high, all windows are on the east side facing the Kamo River, using a special antique glass. The windows offer a panoramic view of the 36 peaks of Higashiyama and the Yasaka Pagoda. Traditional architectural styles can be seen everywhere in this banquet hall, such as the Shoin-style folding top ceiling and the single-paneled transoms decorated with views of the Higashiyama mountains. Two screens are permanently installed, and the checkered pattern of the alcove on both sides creates a modern atmosphere. The banquet can be divided into two parts by a partition.
Cocktail: 200 people, Seated: 168 people, Theater 160 people
180, Minoyachou, Shimogyouku, Kyotoshi, Kyoto