Kyoto Kamogawa Kaiseki Cuisinie SakuraKaiseki /Kyoto Washoku
Designs of sakura petals fill the interior of Kyoto Kamogawa Kaiseki Cuisinie Sakura and even the wooden handrails of its Yuka deck are carved with openwork designs of flowing sakura. A festive atmosphere fills the air, with everything from its interior decorations to small ornaments adorned with designs of Japan’s favorite flower. Kyoto Kaiseki courses that include fresh hamo (conger eel), ayu sweetfish and seasonal Kyoto vegetables that can be enjoyed on Yuka seating are available from 4,320 yen, 6,480 yen and 8,640 yen and above (prices do not include table charges). The pickled sushi that accompanies each course is another highly-popular item. A children’s lunch course is also available for guests with children. Kiyomizu-dera Temple and the Daimonji festival can be seen from its Yuka seating. Lunch courses start from 2,650 yen (does not include table charges).
|Business hours||11:30 to 14:00 (Last Order 13:00)
17:30 to 21:30 (Last Order 20:00)
|Closed||Mondays (Or the following day if on a national holiday).
Other irregular closed days.
※Day-time Yuka seating only available in May and September.
|Price||Lunch: From 2,700 yen
Dinner: From 4,320 yen
※ Prices do not include table charges
|Smoking||Prohibited (Separate smoking area available)|
|Seating||Approximately 32 seats|
|Address||518 Kamiosaka-cho, Sanjo-Agaru, Kiyamachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto|
518 Kamiosaka-cho, Sanjo-Agaru, Kiyamachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
A restaurant with Yuka seating that combines the delightful textures of Sanuki and the refined tastes of Kyoto.
Cafe with Yuka.
Far away and unaffected by the hassle of Meiji Isshin. Find peace and tranquility in the narrow alley.
Traditional Kyoto Cuisine for an once-in-a-life-time experience.
Meat aged over 40 days and fresh organic vegetables.
Enjoy tofu cuisine in the cool evening air of a traditional Kyoto townhouse.
Never-changing hospitality and memories of Meiji's titans.
Enjoy a cup of sake riverside and take a trip back in time to the end of the Edo period