Japanese CuisineArashiyama Kitcho
Japanese Cuisine Arashiyama Kitcho
At 660 square meters, Arashiyama Kitcho is a sizeable recreation of the head restaurant in Kyoto’s Arashiyama. One step through the bamboo entrance takes you into a world of subtle grace and profundity. Stroll along the path to the courtyard, past the aged stone lantern from the Muromachi period, and across the bridge lined by a calming representation of the Katsura River. In the main building, delight in the tatami rooms in the design of noble drawing rooms and elegant tea ceremony arbor. The architecture breathes tradition in Toya.
Taste of Tradition and Supple Progression
The foremost Japanese restaurant in the nation and boasting international renown, Kyoto’s Arashiyama Kitcho stands at the top of the restaurant business. Inside the hotel, we proudly bring you space in which a beautiful recreation of the tradition lives on. Kunio Tokuoka, the young owner of Kyoto's Arashiyama Honten, has pursued the endless promises of Hokkaido's ingredients in harmony with the authenticity of Japanese cuisine.
- Open Hours
[ Lunch ] 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. (3:00 p.m. Close) [ Dinner ] 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (10:00 p.m. Close)
*The reservation in advance is required. Please decide the menu when you make the reservation.
- Number of Seats
- 74 (15-mat Japanese room, 10-mat Japanese room, 6-mat Japanese room, private table room, hall, tea room)
*All seats are non smoking.
- Contact us
- * Please choose the menu when you make the reservation. We kindly ask you to order the same course within the table. (Except for children’s course menu) Your reservation will be confirmed after you decide the menu. Please do not share the course menu. (Except for the children under 13 years old.)
- * If you have any food allergies, please let us know in advance. Basically most of our food is cooked with stock soup of kelp or bonito.
- * Guests with children under 10 years of age are kindly asked to use our private rooms.
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