“Pursuing the best taste” – Kyoto cuisine reflecting the changing seasons of Japan
Located in Gion, the most historical and atmospheric area of Kyoto, just by Shirakawa Stream, this Yagenbori Sueyoshicho branch is highly popular among both tourists and locals. The 130-year-old building, a former ochaya (where geiko and maiko entertains customers over dinner), welcomes diners into its relaxing and elegant Japanese ambiance. Their ingredients are all provided by farmers and fishermen who have won the trust of the owner – freshly harvested Kyoto vegetables and seafood directly brought from the port. These quality vegetables and seafood are transformed into sophisticated Kyoto cuisine by the experienced chefs. The chef and staff members are happy to listen to diner’s preferences and welcome everyone with warm hospitality and smiles.
|Address||Gion Kiritoshi Sueyoshi-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
- CENTRAL AREA
Reported and writtern by Shinobu Nakashima