Maiko Hotel is located just 3 minutes walk away from Maiko station. Inside the property, there is an absolute silence away from hustle and bustle of the city. Only the sound of stepping the oriental gravel and twittering birds are heard. Set admist the classic Japanese garden, Maiko Hotel’s elegant figure stands out against the blue sky and the surrounding nature.
Maiko Hotel was built in 1919, once a guesthouse for an eminent shipping tycoon -Kyutarou Kusakabe. Kusakabe entertained his important overseas clients at this guesthouse that he spent a great fortune to seek the best building skills and materials at the time.
In 1942, Maiko Hotel was open as a high-class Japanese restaurant. A number of notable people have visited here and enjoyed social opportunities since then. In 2010, the hotel was reopened as an Italian Restaurant as well as a wedding venue which compromises Eastern and Western style.
2-5-41, Maikodai, Tarumi-ku Kobe-shi, Hyogo-ken, Japan
Historic Maiko Hotel’s Italian restaurant was established in 2010. Enjoy our tasty cuisine made from highly-selected ingredients whilst looking over the Japanese garden. The historic atmosphere of the original guesthouse of a shipping tycoon will also attract you
Monday, Wednesday to Sunday
Maiko Hotel - the historic guesthouse with intercultural beauty from the East and the West offers a wedding with thoughtful hospitality (“Omotenashi” wedding).
Your guests will relish the beauty of the seasons in 17,000 square meters of Japanese garden along with our specially prepared cuisine for your wedding.