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Jun. 16, 2017 UPDATE

Takonyudo

- たこ入道 -
Traveler Friendly
No English menu available, but dishes can be visually seen on the counter
Menu
Japanese only
Languages spoken
Japanese only
205 4 --- 0 reviews
Jun. 16, 2017 UPDATE

Takonyudo

- たこ入道 -
Traveler Friendly
No English menu available, but dishes can be visually seen on the counter
Menu
Japanese only
Languages spoken
Japanese only
205 4 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
A rare opportunity to eat Akashi-yaki in Kyoto
At Takonyudo, you can eat something that is unusual to eat in Kyoto. That is the Akashi-yaki, a regional food of Akashi City in Hyogo prefecture next to Kyoto. The octopus sign outside and the name (tako meaning octopus in Japanese) may be the luring factors to go in for tourists while at many times, these tourists turn into regulars. Local and visitors alike, many people seek to eat the Akashi-yaki along with some drinks and other delicious side dishes. Although young people are also seen drinking here, the ambience is something that’s comfortably familiar to Japanese people in their 50’s or older. Drinking here will give you a unique feeling that can only be experienced in Japan.
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Details
Open Hours
5pm - 2am
Reservations
Yes for a small group
Closed
Thursday
Price range
Most of the dishes are ¥420~¥520
Credit cards
Not accepted
Number of seats
26 seats
Private dining rooms
None
Non smoking / smoking
Smoking
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