Popular Kamo-tofu attracts both locals and tourists
Kodaiji Saryo is a traditional Japanese cuisine restaurant located on a lovely stone-paved path called Nene-no-Michi, connecting Kodai-ji Temple to Maruyama Park. The 100-year-old building, formerly the villa of a wealthy family, exhibits classical Japanese design perfectly matching the surroundings. Tables on the first floor offer fine seasonal views of the garden while from the second floor diners can enjoy a grand view of the Higashiyama eastern mountain ridges and the atmospheric scenes on Nene-no-Michi. The most popular item at Kodaiji Saryo is their Kamo Tofu. Fresh tofu made in Kyoto and tender duck meat are cooked in a thick broth while their added original blended spices will accentuate the flavor even more. Kodaiji Saryo’s fine Japanese dishes have won the trust of both tourists and locals.
Reported and writtern by Shinobu Nakai
|Address||512 Washio-cho, Kodaiji Monzen-dori Shimogawara-higashi-iru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Hours||11:00-15:00 (L.O.), 17:00-22:00 (L.O.)|
|Closed||Tues. only in summer|
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