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Sumika, Tominokoji Branch
Sumika is a casual izakaya (Japanese pub restaurant) that purchases fresh Kyoto vegetables directly from local farms, offers the freshest seafood available, and is proud of its abundant menu of drinks. Here, you can enjoy Kyoto-style obanzai home cooking made from the freshest ingredients in Kyoto. Starting with the lively seats at the counter in front of the open kitchen, there are fashionable areas to accommodate whatever mood you find yourself in including large tatami mat sitting rooms for groups as well as quite private rooms to relax in. All-you-can-drink party plans are also available.
- 615 Medina Tominokoji 2F, Nishidaimonji-cho, Tominokoji-agaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
- Contact No.
- 3-minute walk from the Karasuma Station or the Kawaramachi Station on the Kyoto Line of the Hankyu Railway.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 18:00 – 1:00 a.m. (last order 24:30)
Open all year round
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Other Information
- Average budget (one person): Evening 3,000 yen - Menu: Obanzai Sanshu Mori-awase 1,000 yen Credit cards available
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Seasonal vegetables and fresh fish
The Sumika Tominokoji restaurant is most proud of its fresh vegetables purchased straight from the farms and fresh fish. There is a whole page in the menu dedicated to vegetables and you can find various dishes made from current seasonal specialties. In addition to the vegetables, fresh fish caught on the day are brought in directly to the restaurant.
Choose three of your favorite obanzai-style dishes
The most popular deal on the menu is the “Obanzai Sanshu Mori-awase” (3 small dish assortment platter) (1,000 yen) which allows you to choose three of your favorite daily specials. Pick from the rare dishes of Kyoto specialties like cooked manganji green peppers and pork with leek and red bean paste egg sauce.
Abundant drink menu
The Sumika Tominokoji restaurant is also well known for its extravagant drink menu. You’re bound to find the perfect drink for your obanzai dishes from a menu of over 40 kinds of shochu (liquor), seasonal sake (rice wine) from brand producers, umeshu (plum liquor), and kajitsushu (fruit liquor).