The festival most representative of summer in Kyoto has to be Gion Matsuri. Having exquisite dinner after enjoying the festivities is a special kind of experience. These restaurants offer everything from fusion to tempura and sushi, and they’re close to the places where Gion Matsuri takes place.
Where By the Takase River.
What to eat The fusion cuisine by chef Tominaga that combines his childhood in New York with the food culture of Kyoto.
How much? Kyoto×NY Another C’s Classic Dinner ￥10,000+tax
Kyoto×NY＋Chef’s Special Dinner ￥15,000+tax
Where Close to Kyoto City Hall.
What to eat Lightly battered tempura made using seasonal fish and vegetables.
How much? Tempura course: ￥10,000 +tax
Kaiseki tempura course ￥13,000 +tax
What to eat Maybe the best authentic Edomae style sushi.
How much? Omakase course ￥15,000 +tax, ￥18,000 +tax
What to eat Authentic washoku (Japanese cuisine) made with seasonal ingredients, homemade dashi stock, and spices.
How much? Asagao course (8 dishes) ￥7,000 +tax
Hosenka course (10 dishes) ￥10,000 +tax
|Takuya[ Sharing Kyoto Staff ]|