This standing izakaya is located in a renovated Kyoto machiya in a back alley.
This is the first restaurant in Kyoto opened by a group that operates 10 izakayas in Osaka. The center of the restaurant is counter tables, but there are also tables in the back for groups to visit.
The manager of this restaurant has spent time in China, so many of the dishes are Chinese in style. Basically, there are many meat dishes and few fish dishes.
Sake is offered in six unique categories. However, since this is a Japanese expression, it is better to communicate specific preferences in English. Prices are relatively reasonable, and you can enjoy both cold and hot sake.
This restaurant is located in a place so difficult to find that even Japanese people can get lost. When you get to the neighborhood, take your time to look around. Never walk too fast.
|Nearest station||Subway “Shijo Station|
|How to request a cab||Go to Takakura-Takoyakushi|
|Regular holidays||non-scheduled holiday|
|Payment Method||Cash Only|
|Average budget||Less than 3,000 yen per person|