Posts in Kaiseki
Tominokouji Yamagishi 富小路 やま岸

Tominokouji Yamagishi (富小路 やま岸), one of the most trendy restaurant in Tokyo nowadays. It located on a quiet street full of machiyas…

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Maeda (前田)

Experiencing Kyo-ryori in Kyoto has become a fixed point in a lot of tourists' trip to Kyoto, let alone foodies especially Japanese food lovers...

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Miyamasou (美山荘)

Miyamasou is one of the most famed Ryokans in Japan, it is also famously known for its Tsumigusa (摘み草) cuisine...

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Hyotei Honten (瓢亭本店), Breakfast

Throw back to my summer foodie trip in Kyoto, the best word to conclude all my meals was 'Ayu-overload'. Ayu, or Japanese sweet fish, is possible the...

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Kitcho Arashiyama (吉兆嵐山)

Kitcho Arashiyama is one of the best well-known places for a full kaiseki experience.  Located in the scenery Arashiyama in west Kyoto, Kitcho...

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Ogata (緒方)

Almost everyone who had been to Ogata are uncontrollably attracted by historical appearance of Machiya, so do I. By opening its wooden sliding…

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Suzue (鈴江)

The two-Michelin-starred Shunseki Suzue, also known as Suzue, is a renowned Kaiseki restaurant in Kyoto. Chef-owner Suzue Yoshihito (鈴江四史人) was raised...

 

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Sangencha 山玄茶

Sangencha is one of the highest-ranked Kaiseki restaurants in Kyoto, the chef-owner, Nobuhiko Masuda-san, was trained at Shofukuro...

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Gion Suetomo 祇園 末友

Suetomo, a 1-Michelin-starred Kaiseki restaruant in the historical Gion region. Owner-chef Hisashi Suetomo designed the restauran...

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Gion Nishikawa 祇園にしかわ

Ninshikawa is a 2-star Japanese restaurant in Gion area, it is within walking distance to the Kiyomizu-dera (清水寺)...

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