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We visited the brand new Four Seasons Kyoto (opened October 2016) for our wedding anniversary celebration and, as usual, the Four Seasons did not disappoint. Drinks before dinner (sake or champagne) in the Japanese teahouse by the pond were a wonderful introduction to the evening. The cuisine at the restaurant included some good authentic Japanese choices as well as some Western dishes, all prepared superbly. We did a lot of the genuine Japanese restaurants while we were in Kyoto and Tokyo, and they were all great, but it was nice to have a touch of the familiar at the Four Seasons, even while continuing to enjoy the Japanese atmosphere and cuisine. While it was a little cool for us to dine outside by the pond and garden this time, it would be an extraordinary experience for those who get the opportunity to do so in warmer weather. MoreOpenTable Diner -
I think that the decor has become old fashioned ..... I am not sure how to advise about it ; but there should be something more current .. Perhaps the menu needs reviewing ?? For the status of the hotel , I feel that the presentation and menu choice is not up to standard . My friend Takashi Sugimoto designed the hotel ; stunning lobby & rooms , but the restaurants feel stade and from another era .... I go because I love the location and idea , but details need to be reviewed .. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Funatsuru Kyoto Kamogawa Resort is a restaurant located inside the Kamogawa Resort. The restaurant is open to the general public, and diners don't need to be staying at the hotel to get a seat at the table. Funatsuru focuses on contemporary Japanese cuisine. The menu changes once a month, with all of the items on it planned out several months in advance. This allows guests to see what kind of meals will be available at Funatsuru whenever they book their stay. Typically, Funatsuru offers a four to five course meal that offers items like Kyoji chicken and Ezo roast deer.More
Ninja Kyoto Buffet is a Japanese restaurant that offers a massive buffet with a wide selection of dishes in lieu of a traditional menu. While a majority of Ninja's buffet is filled with traditional Japanese items, there are several dishes on it that get their inspiration from other parts of the world. For example, Ninja serves both sweet and savory crepes, pizza, pasta, curry and a large selection of vegetarian and vegan options. Ninja also has an "all you can drink" option for select red and white wines on selected nights.
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日本語この春オープンいたしました。 四条通りから円山公園へ歩く道を少し外れたところに ひっそりと佇む、隠れ家のようなお店です。落ち着きのある白木を基調とした店内は、どこか懐かしさや心地よさを感じていただけるでしょう。料理長は、京都で修行をした後に海外での経験を得て、新たな発見と共に改めて日本料理の大切さ、そして奥深さを実感しました。 探求心旺盛な料理長の作る料理は基本を大事にし、旬の素材に彩られた日本料理をお楽しみいただけます。料理に合わせた京の地酒はもちろんのこと、ワインや焼酎も料理と相性のよいものを目利きしております。華舞で大切なお時間を堪能してくださいませ。More
The Kyogoku Ninja special special unit "KAGERO" who faced demons and demon spiders in 1602
I sealed the sword that entraped the Bundle fighting corps and the demon spider deep inside the hidden village, but beyond the time of 400 years, once again the human nuisance brought the demon and demon spider to birth
"KAGERO" confronts the new hundred demon army corps and demon spiders in order to seal off the demons that attack them!
You are going to get rid of demons and demon spiders along with "KAGERO" It is!
Various drinks and meals are also available
Meals are available as well as meals at "KYOGOKU-SHINOBI-NO-SATO" and "NIN-EN-RANBU", but you can dine even at "GENJUTSU-SAJIKI"
* Guests using the restaurant will charge the show charge at half price
Please come over family, friends, teasers
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