No guarantor required! Weekly and monthly rates available. Good for short and long-term stay.
Okazuya Ishikawa is a restaurant offering small delicious dishes and is nestled away in a quiet back alley. This is a place where ladies coming alone can come in and enjoy a relaxing meal without hesitation. This home cooking restaurant has over 90 different meals ready to order from on the regular menu offering a wide variety of cuisine including Japanese, Western, Chinese, and so on. In the casual atmosphere of this remodeled Kyoto home, you can enjoy choosing little by little any of the small dishes that take your fancy. The meals made from local Kyoto ingredients taste just like a loving mother’s cooking that will put you at ease.
- 221-2 Takazaimoku-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
- Contact No.
- 2-minute walk from the Karasuma Station on the Kyoto Honsen Main Line of the Hankyu Railway, or a 3-minute walk from the Shijo Station on the Karasuma Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- Monday through Saturday 17:30 – 23:00 (last order)
Sundays and national holidays17:30 – 22:00 (last order)
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Other Information
- Average budget (one person): Afternoon 3,000 yen -, evening 4,000 yen - Menu: “Hatsu-umi” eggs over rice 530 yen Credit cards accepted
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Obanzai Kyoto-style home cooking you’ll want to eat every day
The concept of these meals is "obanzai," casual home-cooked cuisine. Various foods are put in large dishes lined across the counter. Effort is made to use local Kyoto ingredients as much as possible. The finished products offer tastes you wouldn’t get sick off even if you ate them everyday.
Seasonal menu with over 100 items
Over 100 varieties of dishes are available on this home-cooked menu. The menu changes by the day and season with differing arrangements and tastes just like a mother’s home cooking. Here you’re sure to find the best home cooking small restaurant in all of Japan.
Simple and popular “hatsu-umi” raw egg over rice
The fresh “hatsu-umi” eggs (the first eggs hatched from a hen within a short period that are especially rich in taste and nutrients) are cracked over piping hot rice in this super popular dish that you can pour soy sauce over and mix together according to your taste. The ingredients are simple, but this is one dish with a big reputation. You can also add a special oyster soy sauce which is made by mixing the delicious extract of oysters with soy sauce.