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  • Itsutsu Itsutsu
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Soba and Small Dishes

Itsutsu

TEL. 075-494-0500

28 Murasakino Unrin-in, Kita-ku, Kyoto MAP

Lunch
11:30 am-3:30 pm (last order: 3 pm)

Dinner
5:30 pm-9 pm (last order: 8:30 pm)

 

Closed July 8 and August 4 – 6
Open Thursday, July 23, August 13

 

<Menu>
Hand made soba cold 1,100 yen, warm 1,265 yen
Chef’s lunch courses at 4,400 yen, 6,600 yen and 8,800 yen (available upon reservation only)
Chef’s dinner courses at 11,000 yen or 16,500 yen (available upon reservation only)
Saba (mackerel) sushi 1,045 yen
Wild sea bream sushi 1,650 yen

・Store will close when soba is sold out
・À la carte menu available for both lunch and dinner
・Call for reservations are kindly accepted between 11:30 am-2:30 pm and 5:30 pm-7:30 pm
・Please mention any allergies and dietary requirements upon reservation
・Prices do not include consumption tax
・Credit cards accepted

 

Itsutsu

by Traian, Bus and Taxi

Take Karasuma Line from JR or Kintetsu Kyoto station to Kitaooji station. From there, it is approximately ten minutes by taxi
Take Kyoto City Bus No.101, 204, or 206 from Kyoto station to the Daitoku-ji-mae stop

 

Parking
Metered street parking is available near the restaurant

Sleeping Mountain Sleeping Mountain

Itsutsu

2020.02.06

Sleeping Mountain

Sleeping Mountain

Kyoto is deeply quiet this time of year. The clear, crisp air is perfect for eating soba. The only difficult part is deciding how to eat it—boiled and served chilled on a tray or presented in a steaming bowl of soup. We hope you will enjoy the early spring soba at Kyoto’s Itsutsu.

Kyoto is deeply quiet this time of year. The clear, crisp air is perfect for eating soba. The only difficult part is deciding how to eat it—boiled and served chilled on a tray or presented in a steaming bowl of soup. We hope you will enjoy the early spring soba at Kyoto’s Itsutsu.

Autumn in the Mountains Autumn in the Mountains

Itsutsu

2019.11.11

Autumn in the Mountains

Autumn in the Mountains

A new season for soba is upon us. At Itsutsu, we use buckwheat grown in Japan’s mountains—from Hokkaido in the north down to Akita, Iwate, Nagano, Fukui, Kyoto, Shiga, Nagasaki, and Miyazaki, to as far south as Kagoshima. We await your visit and hope you will enjoy our soba noodles, which carry a deep breath of mountain air.
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A new season for soba is upon us. At Itsutsu, we use buckwheat grown in Japan’s mountains—from Hokkaido in the north down to Akita, Iwate, Nagano, Fukui, Kyoto, Shiga, Nagasaki, and Miyazaki, to as far south as Kagoshima. We await your visit and hope you will enjoy our soba noodles, which carry a deep breath of mountain air.
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Summer’s Freshness Summer’s Freshness

Itsutsu

2019.06.04

Summer’s Freshness

Summer’s Freshness

At Itsusu, in front of the main gate of Daitokuji temple, we prepare handcrafted soba noodles using thoughtfully grown buckwheat from all over the country. We hope Itsutsu will be a bridge between farmers and customers, a place where above all else you can experience love and the flavor of the land from Japanese buckwheat.

At Itsusu, in front of the main gate of Daitokuji temple, we prepare handcrafted soba noodles using thoughtfully grown buckwheat from all over the country. We hope Itsutsu will be a bridge between farmers and customers, a place where above all else you can experience love and the flavor of the land from Japanese buckwheat.