One-of-a-kind dishes in Kyoto using fresh Yuzu citrus from the village of Mizuo in Kyoto
Isshinkyo is a Japanese restaurant in the Yuzuya Ryokan, a high-class Japanese ryokan inn just by Yasaka Jinja Shrine. Initiating the concept of “a ryokan managed by a restaurant,” every dish served at Isshinkyo is the best of the best. From Kyoto’s locally produced vegetables, tofu, yuba (soy milk skin), and Kyoto Beef to fresh seafood from the Wakasa Port of Fukui Prefecture, Isshinkyo never compromise on the ingredients for their dishes. The most popular menu items are the Yuzu-nabe hotpot and rice porridge cooked with the broth after the hotpot is enjoyed. Yuzu are small Japanese citrus fruits produced in the village of Mizuo on the west side of the city. The Yuzu-nabe hotpot is included in the lunch set with seasonal side dishes and dinner kaiseki course. Another worth checking item is a sushi rolled in extremely thin and delicate Kyoto Beef. As soon as diners enter Isshinkyo, they are greeted by a number of large and old cooking hearths. The fine Japanese garden with a small waterfall will invite you to immerse yourself in the elegant Kyoto ambiance.
Written by/Shinobu Nakai,Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Name||Yuzuya Ryokan Isshinkyo|
|Address||545 South of Yasaka Jinja Shrine, Gion-machi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Hours||11:30-14:00 (L.O.), 17:00-20:30 (L.O.)|
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