The Ritz Carlton Kyoto
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It is a low-slung building by the Kamo River and the atmospher is different from the Ritz Carlton Osaka.
I think the reason for the low-slung hotel is the Japanese Building Standards Law, however the building is thoughtfully designed for the underground floor to admit sunlight.
The interior is designed on the theme of The Tale of Genji.
I found in the picture by the Italian restaurant that an image of Hikaru Genji (a main character of The Tale of Genji) appears on the picture as I watch from the side.
The best part of the interior design of this hotel is the Moon which reflects and hangs on the large glass.
The moon has fine stitching. It is on the wall of the opposite side.
The Tale of Genji is the Japanese literary work in the Heian Period which is one thousand years ago. The literary artist is a woman writer. It is often said that Japan is an exclusively male society, however actually women were playing leading roles in Japanese society since one thousand years ago.
It was long before European women’s participation in society.
The Tale of Genji is the highest pinnacle of Japanese literature.
There is no other Japanese literary production up to the present.
There are a few representatives of foreign managers in the Ritz Carlton Kyoto. They are real professionals of hotel management. Japanese staffs are managed by these few foreign management.
The Ritz Carlton Kyoto is a charming hotel which combines Western style of design and Japanese history.