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Cuisine
Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Nabe / Sukiyaki / Shabu Shabu
Average cost
Lunch: ¥12,000 - ¥25,000
Dinner: ¥12,000 - ¥25,000
Indulge in a succulent sukiyaki or kaiseki course meal beneath the rafters of one of Japan’s Tangible Cultural Properties.

Restaurant Details

In the 50-odd years since its origin as a humble 15-square-meter shop in Osaka in 1963, Ganko Food Service has since become responsible for some of the most vaunted restaurants in Japan. Particularly active in the Kansai region, its company philosophy is to introduce diners to top-quality traditional Japanese cuisine at accessible prices, from tonkatsu to sushi. Perhaps most famous among its stable of restaurants are the oyashiki restaurants, which lets visitors enjoy Ganko’s signature high-quality Japanese cuisine in the architectural grandeur of historical mansions. Grandest of these is Rakurakusou, which was the birthplace of Kyoto Railway Company founder Gentaro Tanaka. Designed by legendary Japanese architect Jihei Ogawa VII, it is one of Japan’s Tangible Cultural Properties. The kaiyu-style garden, which spans 1,200 square meters, is inspired by the greenery of the nearby Hozu Gorge, and offers dramatically different experiences in each season. Peak popularity is in spring and autumn, when the gardens blush pink and blaze red respectively. Kaiyu means “meandering”, and the garden lets guests do precisely that, with its gently curving pathways taking them between quiet groves and still waters. It’s the perfect place to casually work up an appetite with a pre-meal stroll, or conversely, walk a particularly delicious one off.
Dining Courses
Kobe Beef Premium “Omomuki” Sukiyaki Course
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
¥ 13,550
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Culture and heritage in a single pot. Enjoy the most famous of Japanese wagyu—the legendary Kobe beef—cooked in one of the most iconic Japanese cooking methods, sukiyaki. Accompanied by a bevy of accompanying dishes, including a sumptuous sushi spread immaculately plated by Ganko’s sushi artisans, this course menu encapsulates what Ganko believes to be the essence of Japanese cuisine.
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Culture and heritage in a single pot. Enjoy the most famous of Japanese wagyu—the legendary Kobe beef—cooked in one of the most iconic Japanese cooking methods, sukiyaki. Accompanied by a bevy of accompanying dishes, including a sumptuous sushi spread immaculately plated by Ganko’s sushi artisans, this course menu encapsulates what Ganko believes to be the essence of Japanese cuisine.
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¥ 13,550
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Kobe Beef Premium “Kiwami” Sukiyaki Course
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
¥ 19,500
(Tax Incl.)
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Culture and heritage in a single pot. Enjoy the most famous of Japanese wagyu—the legendary Kobe beef—cooked in one of the most iconic Japanese cooking methods, sukiyaki. Accompanied by a bevy of accompanying dishes, including a sumptuous sushi spread immaculately plated by Ganko’s sushi artisans, this course menu encapsulates what Ganko believes to be the essence of Japanese cuisine. Aside from being a cut above the Omomuki sukiyaki course, this menu also comes with a sushi-shaped candy souv...
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Culture and heritage in a single pot. Enjoy the most famous of Japanese wagyu—the legendary Kobe beef—cooked in one of the most iconic Japanese cooking methods, sukiyaki. Accompanied by a bevy of accompanying dishes, including a sumptuous sushi spread immaculately plated by Ganko’s sushi artisans, this course menu encapsulates what Ganko believes to be the essence of Japanese cuisine. Aside from being a cut above the Omomuki sukiyaki course, this menu also comes with a sushi-shaped candy souv...
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¥ 19,500
(Tax Incl.)
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“Nishiki” Hon-Kaiseki Course
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
¥ 11,400
(Tax Incl.)
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With this kaiseki menu, Ganko’s chefs hope to introduce diners to the different tastes of the seasons. Each dish uses seasonal ingredients cooked in traditional ways, and is plated in beautiful porcelain and lacquerware. While varied in their individual flavors, textures and colors, these individual dishes come together to form a holistic picture of traditional Japanese cuisine—representative of the “unity” that is so crucial to Japanese culinary philosophy.
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With this kaiseki menu, Ganko’s chefs hope to introduce diners to the different tastes of the seasons. Each dish uses seasonal ingredients cooked in traditional ways, and is plated in beautiful porcelain and lacquerware. While varied in their individual flavors, textures and colors, these individual dishes come together to form a holistic picture of traditional Japanese cuisine—representative of the “unity” that is so crucial to Japanese culinary philosophy.
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¥ 11,400
(Tax Incl.)
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“Miyabi” Hon-Kaiseki Course
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
¥ 13,550
(Tax Incl.)
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With this kaiseki menu, Ganko’s chefs hope to introduce diners to the different tastes of the seasons. Each dish uses seasonal ingredients cooked in traditional ways, and is plated in beautiful porcelain and lacquerware. While varied in their individual flavors, textures and colors, these individual dishes come together to form a holistic picture of traditional Japanese cuisine—representative of the “unity” that is so crucial to Japanese culinary philosophy.
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With this kaiseki menu, Ganko’s chefs hope to introduce diners to the different tastes of the seasons. Each dish uses seasonal ingredients cooked in traditional ways, and is plated in beautiful porcelain and lacquerware. While varied in their individual flavors, textures and colors, these individual dishes come together to form a holistic picture of traditional Japanese cuisine—representative of the “unity” that is so crucial to Japanese culinary philosophy.
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¥ 13,550
(Tax Incl.)
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Ganko Kameoka Rakurakusou Access Info

Ganko Kameoka Rakurakusou is a 3-minute bus ride, or an 8-minute walk from Kameoka Station.

Ganko Kameoka Rakurakusou Phone Number

0771-56-8880

Ganko Kameoka Rakurakusou Business Days

Sunday
11:00 AM
09:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM
09:00 PM

Ganko Kameoka Rakurakusou Address

44 Kitamachi, Kameoka, Kyoto, 621-0861

Ganko Kameoka Rakurakusou Cancellation Policy

Free cancellation up to 2 days prior
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Restaurant location

Featuring beautiful landscapes from mountain to sea, Kyoto Prefecture conveys traditional Japanese culture through its architecture and gardens, art and artisanal crafts, and delicious local cuisine made from regional produce.
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