Tosuiro, Kiyamachi Main Branch

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This specialty restaurant of tofu cuisine prides itself with its smooth tofu that melts in the mouth, made with 100% domestically produced soy. The interior of the restaurant is full of ambience and is in a traditional Kyoto style residence "machiya" located in a quiet alley. Here you can enjoy seasonal tofu dishes while looking at the Kamogawa river. One of the popular dishes is the kaiseki (Japanese course menu with many small dishes) cuisine limited to lunch time and changing every season. During summer, a terrace called "kawayuka" is extended above the river, so that you can feel the season even better while you dine.

Address
517-3 Kiyacho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Contact No.
+81-75-251-1600
Access
5-min walk from Metro Kyoto Shiyakusho Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
Mon-Sat: 11:30-14:00 (Last order), 17:00-21:30 (Last order)
Sun & national holidays: 12:00-15:30 (Last order), 17:00-21:30
Closed irregularly
Official Website
http://www.tousuiro.com/
Time Required
60 minutes
Other Information
*Average bidget (/person): Lunch from 2,000 yen, dinner from 6,000 yen *Menu: Machiya-zen 2,200 yen , Hiru-kaiseki 3,200 yen *Credit card 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.

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Kaiseki Lunch Changing Every Season

There are two types of kaiseki courses limited to lunchtime: Machiya-zen (2,200 yen) and Hiru-kaiseki (3,200 yen). They incorporate attractive dishes such as sashimi of yuba, made out of the top layer that forms on soy milk when warmed, and kawari-dofu, a tofu mixed with other ingredients.

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Oboro-Yudofu Made in a Special Cypress Box

The signature dish oboro-yudofu is made with 100% domestically produced soy and carefully selected water. It tastes delicious without any sauce and is so smooth that it melts in your mouth. It comes in a cypress wood container and is warmed with an electric heater to the ideal temperature for the perfect taste.

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Kawayuka: Seasonal Beauty of Kyoto's Summer

Kawayuka are terrace seats specially installed above the river every year staring around May. It is only in Kyoto that you can experience dining with the refreshing river sounds of Kamogawa and its beautiful view. Kawayuka is part of the seasonal beauty of Kyoto's summer that you should definitely experience once. (Kawayuka are installed from May until late September.)

Source:食べログ

Tosuiro, Kiyamachi Main Branch

This specialty restaurant of tofu cuisine prides itself with its smooth tofu that melts in the mouth, made with 100% domestically produced soy. The interior of the restaurant is full of ambience and is in a traditional Kyoto style residence "machiya" located in a quiet alley. Here you can enjoy seasonal tofu dishes while looking at the Kamogawa river. One of the popular dishes is the kaiseki (Japanese course menu with many small dishes) cuisine limited to lunch time and changing every season. During summer, a terrace called "kawayuka" is extended above the river, so that you can feel the season even better while you dine.

※ 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

Kaiseki Lunch Changing Every Season

There are two types of kaiseki courses limited to lunchtime: Machiya-zen (2,200 yen) and Hiru-kaiseki (3,200 yen). They incorporate attractive dishes such as sashimi of yuba, made out of the top layer that forms on soy milk when warmed, and kawari-dofu, a tofu mixed with other ingredients.

Source:食べログ

Oboro-Yudofu Made in a Special Cypress Box

The signature dish oboro-yudofu is made with 100% domestically produced soy and carefully selected water. It tastes delicious without any sauce and is so smooth that it melts in your mouth. It comes in a cypress wood container and is warmed with an electric heater to the ideal temperature for the perfect taste.

Source:食べログ

Kawayuka: Seasonal Beauty of Kyoto's Summer

Kawayuka are terrace seats specially installed above the river every year staring around May. It is only in Kyoto that you can experience dining with the refreshing river sounds of Kamogawa and its beautiful view. Kawayuka is part of the seasonal beauty of Kyoto's summer that you should definitely experience once. (Kawayuka are installed from May until late September.)

Source:食べログ