Shinkai-so

  • Shinkai-so

    The main cooking you'll enjoy here is locally caught seasonal seafood. You'll be able to use the onsen hot spring as well. The seasonal local fish kaiseki course is highly recommended *Reservations are required

  • Katagiya

    You'll feel right at home eating at this family run restaurant hotel with a retro atmosphere. The soba noodles are hand made and all our food is very highly acclaimed. Our mission is for customers to leave feeling satisfied with their experience. The Irodori-gozen dish comes with hand made soba n…

  • Ebisuya

    You'll be able to spend some time in Kyoto's oldest hot spring, established in the Nara period (8th century). Popular with authors in the early 1900s the original building is still here, you'll be able to see the study where literary works were created. We use local rice, local organic vegetables…

  • Hotel Tango Kingdom

    The restaurant at the Hotel Tango Kingdom serves locally harvested seafood and more. Recommended dishes: seafood bowl, sashimi course, tempura course, or the headchefs 'fancy'.

  • MATSUTARO

    Opened in June on the second floor of the newly renovated Torimatsu restaurant, MATSUTARO cafe and restaurant has a stunning panoramic view over a rural landscape. They have a wide variety of dishes on offer from delicious seafood dishes (seafood bowl, nigiri sushi), the local speciality barazush…

  • Kiyosaburou – Seafood S…

    This seafood station is run by the Kaiunkan ryokan in Taiza. It specializes in the local flavor and selling local food local ingredients. They recommend the seafood bowl (kaisen don) made with sushi rice, and the tamatebako filled with ingredients from the Sea of Japan.

  • Atelier Restaurant Wakuden Mo…

    The artisan chefs at Wakuden Mori use ingredients harvested on site to show off the local food culture. Taking in the beautiful wooded landscape surrounding is a great way to enjoy a meal or a short coffee break. There is also a mueseum shop where you can buy some exclusive works by the artist Anno …

  • Terikichi

    The owner, who is also a broker for snow crabs in the winter, has a motto "only by offering the enjoyment of the real thing, makes for honest trade". The friendly staff at Terikichi look forward to welcoming you.   Recommendation: A chance to get a real taste of local food.

  • Kikuya

    From June to November Kikuya is serving an Italian Lunch, limited to weekdays. Reservation required. Seasonal tastes at this long established Tango restaurant.   Recommended The fine-dining 'Kaiseki' set, made with seasonal ingredients. Take-out, high quality lunch boxes, and hors d…

  • Kuiya 918

    This restaurant specializes in 'tamago kake gohan', raw egg over rice, and even offers 5 different types of egg, to choose from. The eggs are all from the north kinki area and are of the highest quality. There are also 3 different types of soy sauce to choose from, as well as two different toppin…

  • 7 Princesses’ Palace

    Locally sourced seafood and vegetables are used to make their popular pizzas. They also have seafood rice bowls, Tango Kingdom sausages, craft beer, and ramen made with local soy sauce, noodles, and black garlic.   Recommended: Stone baked pizza, seafood curry, and shoyu ramen. *You…

  • JIGGY

    The  locally sourced fish and vegetables are used to make natural and delicious bento, lunch boxes. The ingredients change on a daily basis so there will always be a surprise as to what you'll get for your handmade lunch. On weekdays they deliver their bentos, orders should be placed the day befo…