ToriyasaKyoto Nabe Cuisine
Prestigous Michelin 1-star Mizutaki establishent loved by Sakamoto Ryoma
Founded in 1788, Toriyasa boasts a rich history of over 200 years and its artistic and historic building has been even registered as a Tangible Cultural Property. The visuals of its space seem to teleport guests back in time to the Edo period when it was first built.
Toriyasa is one of the rare Mizutaki estabishments which hold a Michelin star and its signature hotpot is famous for being loved by Sakamoto Ryoma, one of Japan most iconic historic figures.
The white Mizutaki broth is prepared over 3 full days and its recipe is known only by the master, his heir and a few highly-trusted chefs. It uses only the most premium meat and bones from 3-month old Tamba-Jidori and Nagoya-Cochin chickens.
At Toriyas guests will have the chance to taste and experience the best Mizutaki created over 200 years of tradition and experience.
|Address||136 Saito-cho, Shijo-kudaru, Saiseki-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto|
|Business hours||11:30 to 22:00 (Last order 20:30)
Reservations only available from 18:00 and onward.
|Directions||Approx 3-minute walk from Kawaramachi Station of the Hankyu Line.
Approx 5-minute walk from Gion-Shijō Station of the Keihan Line.
|Price||¥13,200 (Tax and table charge included)|
|Service Charge||10% service charge required|
From 2 to 22 guests (maximum)
Zashiki-seating Private Room (2 to 6 guests)
Table-seating Private Room (2 to 12 guests)
Table-seating Private Room (10 to 20 guests)
|Smoking||Prohibited (Smoking areas available outside)|
|Dresscode||No particular dress code enforced. However we ask that no casual wear be worn (shorts, t-shirts, sandals, etc. ).|
|Payment method||Please fill out the reservation form on this site.
※Payment for reserved courses with a credit card is requird.
※Any additional orders that you make for food or drink at the restaurant are to be paid for at the restaurant after your meal.
136 Saito-cho, Shijo-kudaru, Saiseki-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
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