A space where you can take a coffee break while enjoying the view of a Japanese garden
Near Kiyomizu Temple is a café where you can get is delicious coffee and Western food. The café has expanded to seven locations within the city of Kyoto. The Kiyomizu branch café features a beautiful Japanese garden that can be viewed from the tables. Although the area is crowded with tourists, the spacious interior is quiet. You can relax and take a leisurely break. The café is also conveniently located midway between Kiyomizu Temple and Kodaiji Temple, along the standard tourist route, making it a perfect stop for lunch or a break.
Colombian Emerald / ¥560
This brew has an especially rich aroma, but its low acidity makes it very easy to drink.
Monthly changing menu / Prices change every month
The set menu is recommended for lunch. The portions are not large, so you can have cake for dessert. * Photo taken in September, 2015, shows the braised pork back ribs.
KIYOMIZU Mixed Sandwich Set （Coffee or Tea） / ¥1,360
The Kiyomizu café set menu. The sandwich of ham, eggs, and vegetables has nine slices. When you are a just slightly hungry, we recommend you share it among several people.
Coaster / 1piece ¥150
Coasters with cute illustrations. Recommended as a memento of your visit or as a souvenir.
How to Order
The monthly fixed menu of sandwiches is recommended for lunch. If you are hungry, you will have enough room to also order cake for dessert.
- Order Tips -
・When you order coffee, you will be asked if you want milk and sugar in it. Tell your server that you want milk only, sugar only, or both, as you choose. ・The café has a separate smoking section. If you want to smoke, ask you your host/ess for the smoking section when you first arrive.
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Inoda Coffee Kiyomizu
|Category||Kissaten (Japanese-Style Coffee Shop)|
|Address||3-334, Kiyomizu, Higashiyama-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 605-0862|
|Directions||From the JR Kyoto Station, a 15-minute ride on city bus route 206 bound for the Higashiyamatori Kitaooji Bus Terminal. Get off at the Shimizu-doori stop, and walk 10 minutes from there.|
|Open Hours||09:00 ～ 17:00|
|Notes||Crowded during lunch time (12-2pm) on holidays.|
¥1,000 ～ ¥2,000
|Good for||Solo, Romantic, With Friends|
There is English on the Japanese menu.
|Lanuages spoken||Japanese only|
|Number of seats||100 seats|
|Private dining rooms||Nothing|
|Non smoking / smoking||Separate areas for smokers and non-smokers|