Sushi originating from Kyoto that goes well with sake
This sushi restaurant is about a 7-minute walk from the Togetsukyo Bridge in the tourist hotspot of Arashiyama. The restaurant is famous for its mackerel sushi, known in Japanese as saba sushi. There are also several a la carte options made with fresh fish. The restaurant also has some sushi that use unusual ingredients, all of which go well with sake. Going with a group of people to try various kinds of sushi is also recommended. Inside the restaurant is like a typical Japanese home. The wooden shelves and tables, clocks, and toys sitting around are fun just to look at. The environment is very relaxed. From the counter seats, you can watch the owner making sushi right in front of you.