Experience supreme hospitality in traditional Japanese inns
Classical Japanese inns serving true Kyoto cuisine
Every tourist visiting Kyoto will expect to try authentic Kyoto cuisine. If you like to enjoy your dining moment with hospitality and taste, try and stay in a traditional Japanese inn reputed to serve good Kyoto cuisine. You will discover delicateness in every dish and corner in the room.
『婦人画報』2013年12月号 「京都の宿」掲載 Published on 13.11.18
Fine Kyoto-style tempura in an elegant atmosphere
Yoshikawa is an exclusive Japanese-style inn. The building is the Sukiya-style and hosts a vast beautiful Japanese garden (over 330 square meters). When they opened as an inn in 1950, the owner decided to have tempura as their main attraction since he already assumed Kyoto would welcome more foreign guests in the future, and he was quite right. Their tempura mainly features perfectly deep-fried and crispy vegetables. While they have become famous as a tempura restaurant, they also provide the best hospitality and service for overnight guests with comfortable and modern facilities. Having hot and crispy tempura and authentic kaiseki course overlooking their beautiful Japanese garden is such a treasure. Take the counter seats if you would like to watch how your tempura is cooked. They also serve a western-style breakfast.
Photos/ Makoto Ebisu, Yasuo Kubota Writing/ Akiko Okita Published on 13.11.18
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