Dec. 28, 2018 UPDATE

Toh no shita

- 塔の下 -
Traveler Friendly
Popular among tourists
Menu
Japanese, English
Languages spoken
Japanese
253 0 --- 0 reviews
Dec. 28, 2018 UPDATE

Toh no shita

- 塔の下 -
Traveler Friendly
Popular among tourists
Menu
Japanese, English
Languages spoken
Japanese
253 0 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Stylish Scandinavian tableware and wholesome food
A unique Nordic style café serving non-oil non-sugar items located right underneath a symbolic Yasaka Pagoda. The chef focuses on using quality ingredients cooking without oil and added sugar. Bringing out all of the goodness from fresh ingredients, these dishes are wholesome, tasty, and satisfying. Toh no shita opened in June 9th, 2015 in the popular Kiyomizu area of Kyoto. Their opening day, 6/9 also pronounced as 6 (ro) 9(ku), is often referred to as “rock day”. As musicians, the owners bring music influences to the café with their collection of records from all over the world playing in the background through an antique English stereo. Another unique part of this café is the availability to choose your own cup from a wonderful collection of Scandinavian tableware that are also displayed for sale. Although this service is not available during busy lunch times, the experience of drinking out of your favorite cup is a real treat.
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Details
Open Hours
8am - 5pm
Reservations
Accepted
Closed
Tuesdays
Price range
Credit cards
Accepted
Good for
Solo, With Friends
Number of seats
18 seats inside, 2 seats outside (smoking is allowed outside)
Private dining rooms
None
Non smoking / smoking
Non smoking
Scandinavian tableware displayed can be used for your tea order or can be bought to take home.
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