Shinmiura was founded in the early years of the Taisho era. It is also the birthplace of actress Mitsuko Mori, and her room still remains untouched. The white, rich soup is made from boiling well water and chicken bones together for up to 10 hours. The flavor of the soup hasn’t changed ever since its founding. Domestic chicken is exclusively used for the soup to which cabbages, wheat bran, rice cakes, East Asian arrowroot, and Shiitake mushrooms is added to. All ingredients are meant to be dipped into and eaten with original citrus-based Ponzu sauce. The course menu is priced at 5,800 yen (service fee included). A wide variety of Japanese sake is also available to be enjoyed with the cuisine.
|Business hours||17:00 - 22:00 (Last order 20:00)|
|Closed||Irregular (mainly Sundays)|
|Price||Dinner average price: 8,000 (service fee included)|
|Seating||Approximately 60 seats|
|Address||491 Kamikoriki-cho, Nijo-Kudaru, Kiyamachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto|
491 Kamikoriki-cho, Nijo-Kudaru, Kiyamachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
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