Tsuzuri

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At this izakaya (Japanese tavern) in a renovated old residence "machiya" that portrays the history of Kyoto, you can relax and enjoy obanzai, a traditional cuisine of Kyoto. It serves unpretentious home-cooked style meals made with local ingredients and seafood from the market. The menu, handwritten by the okami (female chef) every day, features a wide variety of dishes that can also be enjoyed in half portions. Within the obanzai of Kyoto, the food of this place has a generally strong taste, so it goes well with alcoholic beverages. The restaurant is a popular place visited by many people including tourists and locals.

Address
728 Inabadou-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Contact No.
+81-75-341-0808
Access
5-min walk from Karasuma Station on Hankyu Kyoto Main Line, or, 5-min walk from Shijo Station on Kyoto Metro Karasuma Line.
Opening Hours / Holidays
18:00‐23:30
Closed: Sunday
Official Website
http://tuzuri-kyoto.com/
Time Required
60 minutes
Other Information
*Average budget (/person): Dinner from 4,000 yen *Menu: Simmered Pork Belly 700 yen, Specialty Clam Ramen half 600 yen/ full 800 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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Renovated Machiya: a Historic Residence of Kyoto

The interior was renovated from an over 80-year-old machiya and has a typical Kyoto atmosphere with a historic feel. An attractive point of the restaurant is also that it is located in a hidden corner along a narrow alleyway. There are counter seats on the first floor, where pots filled with obanzai food line up in the front, and table seats on the second floor.

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Melty Simmered Pork Belly with Crumbling Meat

The "melty simmered pork belly" (700 yen) is pork belly meat cut in chunky pieces and a boiled egg simmered in a dense sauce until it is soft. As the name suggests, the meat is so soft it can easily be cut with chopsticks and the smoothness of the sauce and egg go perfectly well together in this signature dish.

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Order this at the End: Clam Ramen

The perfect dish to wrap up the dinner or some drinks is the "specialty Japanese-style clam ramen" (half portion 600 yen/ full portion 800 yen). This proud dish of Tsuzuri has many repeat fans, with its salt-based soup and a flavor extracted from the clams.

Source:食べログ

Tsuzuri

At this izakaya (Japanese tavern) in a renovated old residence "machiya" that portrays the history of Kyoto, you can relax and enjoy obanzai, a traditional cuisine of Kyoto. It serves unpretentious home-cooked style meals made with local ingredients and seafood from the market. The menu, handwritten by the okami (female chef) every day, features a wide variety of dishes that can also be enjoyed in half portions. Within the obanzai of Kyoto, the food of this place has a generally strong taste, so it goes well with alcoholic beverages. The restaurant is a popular place visited by many people including tourists and locals.

※ 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

Renovated Machiya: a Historic Residence of Kyoto

The interior was renovated from an over 80-year-old machiya and has a typical Kyoto atmosphere with a historic feel. An attractive point of the restaurant is also that it is located in a hidden corner along a narrow alleyway. There are counter seats on the first floor, where pots filled with obanzai food line up in the front, and table seats on the second floor.

Source:食べログ

Melty Simmered Pork Belly with Crumbling Meat

The "melty simmered pork belly" (700 yen) is pork belly meat cut in chunky pieces and a boiled egg simmered in a dense sauce until it is soft. As the name suggests, the meat is so soft it can easily be cut with chopsticks and the smoothness of the sauce and egg go perfectly well together in this signature dish.

Source:食べログ

Order this at the End: Clam Ramen

The perfect dish to wrap up the dinner or some drinks is the "specialty Japanese-style clam ramen" (half portion 600 yen/ full portion 800 yen). This proud dish of Tsuzuri has many repeat fans, with its salt-based soup and a flavor extracted from the clams.

Source:食べログ

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