Full of variety from obanzai Kyoto’s home dishes to grilled dish with charcoal
Kushikura specializes in Kushiyaki, or skewered food grilled over charcoal. Located in a 100-year-old machiya townhouse, the restaurant offers a very local and warm ambience. With their motto, “Local production for local consumption,” they buy vegetables from local farms every day and use only Japanese chicken. In addition to Kushiyaki, diners can also try typical Obanzai, or Kyoto’s home dishes. They grill yakitori (skewered chicken meat) over fine Binchotan charcoal. Sizzling chicken is dressed with Kushikura’s special teriyaki sauce and served. Simmered seasonal local vegetables are also recommended. Check out their wide option of Japanese sake and shochu (distilled sake). Good atmosphere, nice food and drink offer an unforgettable and relaxing dining moment in Kyoto.
|Address||584 Hiiragi-cho, Takakura-dori Oike-agaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Hours||11:30-14:00 (L.O.), 17:00-21:45 (L.O.)|
|Closed||End and beginning of the year|
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Reported and writtern by Shinobu Nakai