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Miyama Town Nature Cultural Village美山町自然文化村

Hiking / Walking

This is a large green space along the clear Yuragawa River in Miyamacho, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture. There are facilities including promenades, old houses with thatched roofs and sunken fireplaces, a baseball ground and a car camping site. In the lodging facility Kajikaso there is a day trip bathing facility to clean off the day’s grime while looking out over the river, and a joint restaurant serving Kyoto free pedigree chicken, deer meat and sweetfish in cuisine using local seasonal produce. There are plenty of spots where families can enjoy casual nature walks and camping.

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place Kyoto Nantanshi Miyamachounaka Downward 56
phone 0771770014

Review of Kajikaso

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Reviewed:2018/10/22 鹿料理が食べられる
茅葺き集落から車ですぐのところにあります。ランチオープン前に着きました。秋の行楽シーズンだからか、予約で満席なので予約以外の方は順次、ということでしたが、団体さんを通したあと、案内して頂けました。鹿すき焼き丼を頂きました。汁だく、味は少し濃いめで私の好みに合いました。到着時間が分かっているなら、行楽シーズンは予約がベターなのかもしれません。
Reviewed:2018/08/07 柔らかい鹿肉料理に舌包み!
“美山自然文化村”の中にある”レストラン河鹿荘“。美山で採れた自然の恵みを安くて美味しく頂けるレストランです。猪肉や鹿肉のジビエ料理を提供しており、地産地消を味わうならお勧めの場所です。「鹿のヒレカツ定食」を注文。臭みもなくて、とても柔らかく鹿肉とは思えない程、美味しかったです。是非、お勧めしたい料理です。レストランからの景色も新緑が映えて美しく、一段と料理も美味しく頂けたように感じます。
Reviewed:2017/10/11 ジビエ料理がある
美山の茅葺の里に訪問時、足を伸ばす。キャンプ場も併設の施設。鹿や、猪肉の料理を出してくれる。鹿カツ御膳、ボタン味噌煮込みうどん、鹿肉コロッケなど。普通に美味しかった。

Details

Address

Kyoto Nantanshi Miyamachounaka Downward 56 [map]

Phone

0771770014

Hours
It depends on facilities
Fees
Irumura Free
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

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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.