Kyoto is famed for its shrines and temples, which are full of countless unique stories that will astonish you, making you fall in love with and connect yourself to their ancient history. I am deeply fascinated by the living traditions called Geisha or Geiko hidden behind the sliding doors of Kagai(??). The mysterious world of Geisha can seem...Read more
Osaka Castle was built after Toyotomi Hideyoshi was unified in Japan in 1583. The entire project took 15 years and used 130,000 people, which is 4 to 5 times the size. Together with Nagoya Castle and Kumamoto Castle, it is known as Japan's three famous cities. It was designated as an important cultural heritage of Japan in 1997 and is still a...Read more
?Visit one of the cultural assets of Kyoto, the ancient capital of the World Heritage Site - Seijo-Kijo Castle, and witness the Japanese shogunate and the Imperial Palace of the Yuan Dynasty. ?Walk the city of Nijo and the Naruyaru, and feel the glory of the Tokugawa family. ?Easily scan the QR code and go directly to the long...Read more
Please select your preferred settings for dinner among the following; Tempura Bar (Front counter seats or a room with a sunken hearth setting), Tatami-mat room (for private dining) tatami-mat room (western-style seating).
* Boxed tempura rice balls or tempura rolls are available for take-out. * The ingredients are subject to change...Read more