Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Lunch: ¥40,000 - ¥49,999
Dinner: ¥40,000 - ¥49,999
Kimono-shop-turned-restaurant serving an enticing blend of old and new, with two Michelin stars.
Two MICHELIN Stars:
Excellent cooking, worth a detour!
Originally a kimono store, this culturally-rich space was converted into a cozy, humble Japanese restaurant that caters to 8 people at a time over the counter. Ogata can be found on Kouyakunozushi, a historic little alley near Shijo Street. The interior of the restaurant is quite noteworthy — Ogata uses a mixture of Japanese and European pieces for its decorations, like hand woven chairs that were designed by Danish designer Moller and stone walls which are of the same stones as in the Louvre Museum in Paris. While the interior setting is outstanding, the meal served at Ogata is just as refreshing and delicious. Chef-owner Toshiro Ogata was the head chef of one of Kyoto’s best kaiseki restaurants prior to going independent. Rest assured guests are in good hands as they dine on the creations of this skillful and reliable master manning the stove. His dishes are presented in kaiseki style and share in the blessings of the four seasons.
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726 Shinkamanzacho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, 600-8471, Japan
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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