"A refined and non inexpensive cuisine in the wonderful Gion Quarter in Kyoto for which you have to preselect the menue without any possibility of choosing anything different if you are more than one. The tasty dishes are served very quickly one after the other as if you had a train or an airplane to catch. For a date or simply a dinner with a person dear to you there are certainly more romantic alternatives, set apart the fact that the dining room - in a basement - is not the most interesting sight you may have encountered so far. This said, one can only highlight the excellent quality and tastiness of the food."See more
"The hospitality and service was top notch, friendly very sophisticated but relaxed which is difficult to find in Japan. I ate alone and had a beautiful room to myself but with a view of the teppanyaki chef who checked on me throughout the meal to make sure it was to my liking via head nods etc.
The food was impeccable, beautiful playing and exquisite flavor. Adventurous but not strange. I did the course menu for 13K Yen and it was perfect.
Highly recommended, great if traveling alone or with children or your significant other."See more