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Sohonke Main Branch Yudofu Okutan Nanzenji Temple総本家ゆどうふ 奥丹 南禅寺

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The shop known as the oldest existing yudofu (boiled tofu) store in existence is a ten minute walk from Keage Subway Station, and has been introduced on television and in newspapers. Visitors can relax leisurely on the traditional Japanese seats on the floor and look out on the Japanese garden showing a different beauty with every season. The only tofu dish is yudofu. The homemade tofu using domestic soybean is mellow, rich with a deep taste of soy. Black sesame flavored tofu, peppered skewers of vegetable, and dishes of fried pumpkin and yuba (dried bean curds) are also available.

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place Kyoto Kyoutoshi Sakyou-ku Nanzenjifukuchichou 86-30
phone 0757718709

Review of Okutan Nanzenji

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Reviewed:2018/09/28 Resting on its fame?
I wanted to have a really good yudofu so I decided to try this traditional restaurant.
It was a weekday and I didnt need to queue. I even had a table by the window.
Negative point was the dishes. It...
Reviewed:2018/09/17 湯豆腐にスが入っていてがっかり
One menu:boiled tofu (Yu-tofu) course @3000 JPY for lunch. The tofu has...
Reviewed:2017/12/11 OMG! tofu!
The hour long wait was well-worth it. The experience and the food was amazing. couldnt have asked for more.



Kyoto Kyoutoshi Sakyou-ku Nanzenjifukuchichou 86-30 [map]



11:00-15:45 (L.O.)
[SaturdaySundayPublic holiday] 11:00-16:15 (L.O.)
※ will end as soon as it is sold out
Thursday (In the case of Public holiday, there are sales, alternative holidays, summer holidays and winter holidays)
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Vegetarian Menu
English Menu

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