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Charoku Bekkan Shikizen Hanano (茶六別館 お食事処 四季膳花の)

4.0

Kaiseki/Kappo Traditional Japanese Cuisine

"A 5-minute drive from the Miyazu-Amanohashidate interchange and a 10 minute walk from Miyazu Station. This restaurant is located inside the Charoku Bekkan hot spring hotel right next to Miyazu Hall. One of the restaurant's charms is that it faces a garden which provides diners with seasonal scenery, including azaleas in spring and fall foliage in autumn. Not that some of the items on the restaurant's menu, such as the popular ""Sushi Gozen"" meal, must be reserved at least a day in advance. The winter-only ""Kani Zukushi Kaiseki"" crab variety meal and ""Buri Shabu"" Japanese amberjack shabushabu hotpot are also well-reviewed. The restaurant offers a variety of party and all-you-can-drink plans."

place

Kyoto Miyadushi Shimasaki 2039-4 (Maizuru / AmanohashidateArea)

phone 0772220206
place

[Lunch] 11:30-14:00 (L.O.13:00) * Reservation required for Weekday Sunday/[Dinner] 17:30-21:00 (L.O.19:00) * Reservation required Sunday

Review of Shikizen Hanano

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/11/05 宮津では貴重な料理屋
料金は一人前なのに味はそれなりの店が多い宮津では価格に似合う料理を出す数少ない料理屋。総合評価は宮津での評価です。

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Address
Kyoto Miyadushi Shimasaki 2039-4 [map]
Area
Maizuru / AmanohashidateArea
Phone
0772220206
Hours
[Lunch] 11:30-14:00 (L.O.13:00) * Reservation required for Weekday Sunday/[Dinner] 17:30-21:00 (L.O.19:00) * Reservation required Sunday
Closed
Tuesday (Public holiday, New Year's Holiday, GW, Buddhist vacation, etc. are open), 12/30-31
Parking Lot
Available 10spaces

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Its wooden tea houses, shuffling geisha, and spiritual sights have seen Kyoto hailed as the heart of traditional Japan, a world apart from ultramodern Tokyo. Despite being the Japanese capital for over a century, Kyoto escaped destruction during World War II, leaving behind a fascinating history which can be felt at every turn, from the fully gold-plated Kinkakuji Temple down to traditional customs such as geisha performances and tea ceremonies, which are still practiced to this day.