Seasonal feast in a famous restaurant in Sagano
Kyoto Cuisine Okina is located near Seiryo-ji temple where it’s familiarly known as “Saga Shaka-do Temple”. This restaurant was named by the late Chisho Takaoka-ni, the head nun of Gio-ji Temple, who was modeled after in the novel "Jotoku" authored by the famous Buddhist nun, Jakucho Setouchi. “Quality of ingredient decides 70% of the cooking taste,” Mr. Sadao Inoue says, the second generation chef. He has been a connoisseur of fine food, since he was a teenager and over the years he has accumulated this wisdom passed down from the previous generation. He cooks carefully selected natural fresh fish and seasonal vegetables to bring out its deliciousness retaining its originality of taste. He’s a cheerful character and genuinely enjoys cooking while his wife’s bright smile will instantly make you feel relaxed and enjoy more food and drinks from this impressive restaurant.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Name||Kyoto Cuisine Okina|
|Address||11 Saga Shakado Daimon-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||Wed. (next day when it is national holidays)|
Classical Japanese inn and restaurant set in the best scenic beauty site in Kyoto
Arashiyama Onsen Saishiki no Yado Hanaikada
Prefect destination for a train trip, both overnight and day guests are welcome
Relax and enjoy the Japanese tea and sweets
Shrines & Temples
An old temple with blazing autumn leaves where Hyakunin Isshu was compiled