Kinobu

The famous Kinobu restaurant is now welcoming its 70th year of business. The third generation master chef whose cooking is based in traditional Japanese cuisine is ushering in a new world of food incorporating Western and Chinese elements to make a whole new culinary experience. This is a restaurant that has been continuously impressing clients with its freedom of cooking. Since its beginning this restaurant has also gained notoriety as a delivery service boasting great popularity. Kinobu is a place to meet Japanese cuisine renewed in a space of refined beauty.

Address
416 Iwatoyama-cho, Bukkoji Sagaru, Shinmachi-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Contact No.
+81-75-352-0001
Access
・5-minute walk from Shijo (Kyoto Municipal Subway) ・10-minute walk from the Karasuma Station on the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line ・351 m from the Shijo Station (Kyoto Municipal Subway)
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-14:30 (L.O. 14:00)
17:00-21:30 (L.O. 19:30)

No scheduled holidays
Official Website
http://www.kinobu.co.jp/
Time Required
60 minutes
Other Information
*Average budget (one person): lunch 6,000 yen-, dinner 20,000 yen- *Menu: Lunch “Mini Kaiseki” – 5,000 yen / 6000 yen / 7,000 yen – 15% additional special service charge *Credit cards accepted

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Avant garde wine arrangement menu incorporating Kyoto local cuisine

The current master chef is also a certified sommelier. Not only does the restaurant offer a wide variety of traditional Japanese sake (rice wine), but many wines to go with specially composed menus. This is one unique blend of tastes that’s sure to impress its visitors.

Source:京料理 木乃婦

Casual yet genuine “Mini Multi Course Lunch”

On weekdays only you can enjoy the popular “Mini Kaiseki” lunch (kaiseki means multi-coursed meal) from 5,000 to 7,000 yen. Starting with the “Sakizuke” appetizer, one can enjoy a course made up of 5 - 6 elegantly prepared courses.

Source:食べログ

 From small tasteful private rooms to dining halls for large groups

There are various ways to enjoy dining at the Kinobu like watching the surrounding gardens from traditional “zashiki” rooms, “hori-gotatsu” style rooms that allow one to stretch their legs in the wide space under the tables as if they were sitting in chairs, and also vast dining halls that can accommodate large numbers of people for private parties and dining.

Source:食べログ

Kinobu

The famous Kinobu restaurant is now welcoming its 70th year of business. The third generation master chef whose cooking is based in traditional Japanese cuisine is ushering in a new world of food incorporating Western and Chinese elements to make a whole new culinary experience. This is a restaurant that has been continuously impressing clients with its freedom of cooking. Since its beginning this restaurant has also gained notoriety as a delivery service boasting great popularity. Kinobu is a place to meet Japanese cuisine renewed in a space of refined beauty.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Avant garde wine arrangement menu incorporating Kyoto local cuisine

The current master chef is also a certified sommelier. Not only does the restaurant offer a wide variety of traditional Japanese sake (rice wine), but many wines to go with specially composed menus. This is one unique blend of tastes that’s sure to impress its visitors.

Source:京料理 木乃婦

Casual yet genuine “Mini Multi Course Lunch”

On weekdays only you can enjoy the popular “Mini Kaiseki” lunch (kaiseki means multi-coursed meal) from 5,000 to 7,000 yen. Starting with the “Sakizuke” appetizer, one can enjoy a course made up of 5 - 6 elegantly prepared courses.

Source:食べログ

 From small tasteful private rooms to dining halls for large groups

There are various ways to enjoy dining at the Kinobu like watching the surrounding gardens from traditional “zashiki” rooms, “hori-gotatsu” style rooms that allow one to stretch their legs in the wide space under the tables as if they were sitting in chairs, and also vast dining halls that can accommodate large numbers of people for private parties and dining.

Source:食べログ

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