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Rakuhoku MATSUNO-MANRYO洛北 松乃鰻寮

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Eel

This restaurant specializing in eel cuisine is located near Myoman-ji Temple in Rakuhoku. Its striking traditional mansion-like exterior makes heavy use of Japanese zelkova wood. Time seems to flow more slowly in its elegant interior, which has an air of nostalgia. You will want to try their nourishing unabe, which starts as an exquisite soup and finishes as rice gruel, as well as their unagi-zukushi, which features a full course meal of eel dishes.

place

Kyoto Kyoto-shi Sakyo-ku Iwakurakinocho 189 (Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea)

phone 0757011577
place

11:30-15:30(L.O.14:30)
17:00-21:00(L.O.19:30)

Review of Matsuno manryu

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Reviewed:2017/02/04 So-so Unagi restaurant
Matsuno is a grilled eel (unagi) specialty restaurant. It is located right on the busy main street in Kyoto. I tried the regular and the shiro unagi both are Ok but nothing special. The service is...
Reviewed:2017/12/14 値段は高いがそれだけの価値のある鰻料理です
京都の鰻といえば、嵐山の「廣川」が一押しだったのだけど、最近のインバウンドで廣川は外国人観光客の行列。おいしい鰻はないかと祇園花見小路やら河原町やら口コミランキングを検索情報から探していたら、ここに辿り着きました。
値段は張りますが鰻は美味しいです。
そして、岩倉という辺鄙な場所にあるため、予約が取りやすい穴場です。
駐車場完備なので、車で行きましょう。
Reviewed:2017/07/28 貴船神社のお詣りしたら、、、
貴船で川床料理もいいですが、ちょっと離れた所で民家に中に建つしっかりとした面持ちの門構え、ちょちょ異空間。裏の竹林もとってもいい感じです。
出されるお料理も絶妙。ぜひ鰻の湯引きを召し上がって下さい。

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Address
Kyoto Kyoto-shi Sakyo-ku Iwakurakinocho 189 [ map ]
Area
Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea
Phone
0757011577
Hours
11:30-15:30(L.O.14:30)
17:00-21:00(L.O.19:30)
Closed
Thursday (Wednesday/Thursday holidays at the end of Monday)
Parking Lot
Available

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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.

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