Original creativity represented by fine ingredients and cooking skills
Ogata is located on the pretty, small street called Koyaku no Zushi near Muromachi Street. Soon after it was opened in 2008, Ogata was recognized as one of the most difficult restaurants in Kyoto to make a reservation. The owner and chef, Toshiro Ogata, was formerly the head chef of Muromachi Wakuden, a renowned Japanese restaurant in the city. Based on his career as a Japanese chef in Kyoto for many years, Ogata offers sophisticated Japanese cuisine using the best ingredients from around Japan such as Matsutake mushroom from the Tanba region of Kyoto, crabs from Taiza and Kyoto’s local vegetables. The building used to be operated as a kimono store. There are private rooms offering a lovely courtyard garden view and counter seats. Relax in a comfortable room and wait and see what Ogata serves you on their fine selection of bowls and plates.
Written by/Shinobu Nakai,Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Address||726 Shinkamanza-cho, Ayanokoji-dori Nishinotoin-higashi-iru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||Irregularly on Mon.|
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