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Kitsune-Udon loaded with juicy fried tofu and Kujo-negi (leeks from Kujo)
A large, red paper lantern marks the location of this udon and soba shop in Gion. We recommend their Kitsune-Udon, udon noodles topped with large cuts of fried tofu that soak up the broth to become very juicy. The dish is also topped with a generous portion of Kujo-negi, a Kyoto local specialty, adding a delightfully crispy texture. The shop also serves many varieties of udon, soba, and donburi dishes. They also provide menus in six different languages, including English and Korean.
food7.0 service6.0 atmosphere6.0
11:30 ～ 20:00
¥1,000 ～ ¥2,000
Solo, With Friends
Number of seats
54 seats (12 table seats, 42 communal seats)
Private dining rooms
Non smoking / smoking
Often busy at lunchtimes (12-2pm) on both weekdays and holidays.