Oryori Kifune

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Situated near the traditional old tea house district, Higashi Chaya District in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, it is a popular Japanese restaurant known as a place where it is hard to get a reservation. In fact, the building of this restaurant is a renovated old folk house, which only has private rooms. Therefore, only 4 groups can get a reservation a day. The owner of this restaurant, who loves to walk around and try many different types of food, proposes innovative Japanese traditional cuisine with new ingredients and different methods of cooking. In addition to lunch and dinner, you can also have breakfast, "Kanazawa asage" (1,500 yen) only on Sunday morning.

Address
9-69 Hikosomachi 1-chome, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa
Contact No.
+81-76-220-6131
Access
19-min walk from Hokutetsu Kanazawa Station on Hokuriku Tetsudo Asanogawa line; 2-min walk from "Hikosoryokuchi" bus stop from Hokutetsu Kanazawa station on Horitsu Tetsudo Asanogawa line
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30‐22:30 (Last entrance at 13:30)
17:30‐22:30 (Last entrance at 20:30)
Only on Sunday: 7:00‐9:00
Closed on Wednesday
Official Website
なしNone
Time Required
90 min
Other Information
*Average price (one person): Lunch 3,000 yen-4,000 yen, Dinner 8,000 yen-10,000 yen *Menu: Kanazawa asage 1,500 yen, 8% for service fee *Credit cards are 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

Excellent seasonal Japanese cuisine that keeps changing

Kifune serves different dishes in each season. Therefore, you will find something new to try no matter how many times you come here to eat. Not only are dishes well-prepared with great ingredients, they are also well-decorated. They actually look like a piece of art.

Source:食べログ

"Kanazawa asage" is a breakfast available only on Sunday morning

"Asage" meaning breakfast. You can try "Kanazawa asage" (1,500 yen) only on Sunday morning. It is a very popular course menu that a variety of small dishes are served, including hot and shiny rice cooked in iron pot, nimono (well-cooked vegetables), chawanmushi (steamed egg custard with ingredients), vinegar vegetables and grilled fish. It is an excellent Japanese breakfast with a gentle taste.

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Special zashiki room on the second floor, looking down the river

On the second floor, there is a zashiki (tatami room) in which you can have a meal while looking down the Asanogawa river running nearby. The meal tastes exceptionally great while watching the beautiful river in a relaxing Japanese room.

Source:食べログ

Oryori Kifune

Situated near the traditional old tea house district, Higashi Chaya District in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, it is a popular Japanese restaurant known as a place where it is hard to get a reservation. In fact, the building of this restaurant is a renovated old folk house, which only has private rooms. Therefore, only 4 groups can get a reservation a day. The owner of this restaurant, who loves to walk around and try many different types of food, proposes innovative Japanese traditional cuisine with new ingredients and different methods of cooking. In addition to lunch and dinner, you can also have breakfast, "Kanazawa asage" (1,500 yen) only on Sunday morning.

※ 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

Excellent seasonal Japanese cuisine that keeps changing

Kifune serves different dishes in each season. Therefore, you will find something new to try no matter how many times you come here to eat. Not only are dishes well-prepared with great ingredients, they are also well-decorated. They actually look like a piece of art.

Source:食べログ

"Kanazawa asage" is a breakfast available only on Sunday morning

"Asage" meaning breakfast. You can try "Kanazawa asage" (1,500 yen) only on Sunday morning. It is a very popular course menu that a variety of small dishes are served, including hot and shiny rice cooked in iron pot, nimono (well-cooked vegetables), chawanmushi (steamed egg custard with ingredients), vinegar vegetables and grilled fish. It is an excellent Japanese breakfast with a gentle taste.

Source:食べログ

Special zashiki room on the second floor, looking down the river

On the second floor, there is a zashiki (tatami room) in which you can have a meal while looking down the Asanogawa river running nearby. The meal tastes exceptionally great while watching the beautiful river in a relaxing Japanese room.

Source:食べログ

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