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Kyoto Restaurants


  • 484–1 Toseishusho Map It
  • Nakagyō-ku
  • Japanese

Updated 09/20/2013

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Kura storehouses were built of thick plaster and separated from other buildings to protect them from fire and theft: the kimono merchants who used to own this one have long since retired, and the treasure stored inside these days is fine kushikatsu cooking featuring bite-size bits of meat and vegetables skewered, battered, deep-fried, and served with a variety of sauces. Usually considered a laborer's snack, kushikatsu seems an incongruous choice for Oiwa's

French-trained chefs, but their interpretation offers a richness and elegance found nowhere else. Order by the skewer or ask for a set meal (¥3,500 and ¥4,800 respectively). There's even a children's menu. The restaurant is along the Takase-gawa River.

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Kiya-machi-dori, Nijo-sagaru, 484–1 Toseishusho, Kyōto, 604-0922, Japan

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Restaurant Details:

  • No credit cards
  • Closed Wed.

Updated 09/20/2013


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