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Muromachi Wakuden

TEL. 075-223-3200

Sakaimachi-dori and Oike Sagaru,
Higashigawa, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
(South of Oike St. and East of Sakaimachi St.) MAP

Lunch
11:30 am-3 pm (last reservation: 1:30 pm)
Courses at 11,000 yen

 

Dinner
5:30 pm-10 pm (last reservation: 8 pm)
Courses at 22,000 yen and 27,500 yen

Charcoal-grilled crab course 44,000 yen (November to March)

 

Closed on Tuesdays

Closed March 4

・Prices include consumption tax and service charges
・Credit cards accepted
・Reservations are kindly accepted via telephone
・Cancellation on the day or the day before the reservation is subject to cancellation fee of 80%

 

Muromachi Wakuden

by Train and Taxi

Take Subway Karasuma Line from Kyoto station to Karasuma-oike station. It is a 5-minute walk from Exit B1
10 minutes from Kyoto station by taxi

 

Parking
Parking is available underground at Kyoto City Garage

Tanba Beef and Flower Pepper Hotpot Tanba Beef and Flower Pepper Hotpot

Muromachi Wakuden

2020.04.01

Tanba Beef and
Flower Pepper Hotpot

Tanba Beef and
Flower Pepper Hotpot

This year’s warm winter gave us an early harvest of Hana Sansho, or flower pepper. There is only a very short window to pick the buds before the flowers open. Hana Sansho, used plentifully and generously, is Wakuden’s spring speciality. You can enjoy it with filet and sirloin, a dish we will be offering until the end of May.
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This year’s warm winter gave us an early harvest of Hana Sansho, or flower pepper. There is only a very short window to pick the buds before the flowers open. Hana Sansho, used plentifully and generously, is Wakuden’s spring speciality. You can enjoy it with filet and sirloin, a dish we will be offering until the end of May.
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Akagai (Ark Shell) Akagai (Ark Shell)

Muromachi Wakuden

2020.03.14

Akagai (Ark Shell)

Akagai (Ark Shell)

Shellfish are one of the oldest ingredients for Japanese cuisine, said to have been eaten in the archipelago since the Jōmon period. Spring is their peak season. Ark shell from Oita prefecture are extra plump, some weighing up to 500 grams. Now, before they spawn, is the best time to enjoy their delectable savory yet sweet flavor and beachy aroma, which we complement with vinegared miso.
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Shellfish are one of the oldest ingredients for Japanese cuisine, said to have been eaten in the archipelago since the Jōmon period. Spring is their peak season. Ark shell from Oita prefecture are extra plump, some weighing up to 500 grams. Now, before they spawn, is the best time to enjoy their delectable savory yet sweet flavor and beachy aroma, which we complement with vinegared miso.
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Crab in the lingering winter Crab in the lingering winter

Muromachi Wakuden

2020.02.08

Crab in the lingering winter

Crab in the lingering winter

Taiza crab is said to be most delicious in February, when winter’s cold reaches its peak. We offer these freshly delivered crabs, which stand out for their sweetness and high-quality meat, grilled over charcoal fire and shabu-shabu style.

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Taiza crab is said to be most delicious in February, when winter’s cold reaches its peak. We offer these freshly delivered crabs, which stand out for their sweetness and high-quality meat, grilled over charcoal fire and shabu-shabu style.

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