Kyoto Cuisine UmemuraKaiseki /Kyoto Washoku
Kyoto Cuisine Umemura is known to have been the frequent place of lodging of Ito Hirobumi, the first prime minister of Japan and one of the titans of the Meiji Restoration. At the end of a cobblestone path lined with a cedar bark wall on one side, lies this cuisine ryokan with the distinct air of historic times.
Kyoto Kaiseki cuisine Yuka Courses start from 11,880 yen (table charge not included)and include eye-pleasing dishes of hamo (conger eel), ayu sweetfish and seasonal Kyoto vegetables prepared with sharp traditional knife-work. Its spacious Yuka deck which seats up to nearly 90 guests is that of a traditional ozashiki (tatami room) style. A never-changing spirit of hospitality passed down through the years lives on to this day. Well-known celebrities are frequent guests and share laughs with other guests regularly.
For lunch, the Kamogawa Gozen set course is available from 5,832 yen (table charge not included).
|Business hours||11:30 to 14:00 (Last Order 13:30)
17:00 to 22:00 (Last Order 20:30)
※ Day-time Yuka seating only available in May and September.
|Price||Lunch: From 5,832 yen (Table Charge not included)
Dinner Average Price: 11,880 yen (Table Charge not included)
|Smoking||Prohibited (Separate smoking area available)|
|Seating||Approximately 90 seats|
|Address||515-1 Kamiosaka-cho, Sanjo-Agaru, Kiyamachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto|
515-1 Kamiosaka-cho, Sanjo-Agaru, Kiyamachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
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