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Boiled "yudofu" tofu was created as a kind of tea house food in front of the Nanzen-ji Temple gates.
Nowadays, it's enjoyed by many as a "Junsei specialty."

Boiled "Yudofu" Tofu, Yuba

Boiled "yudofu" tofu was created as a kind of tea house food in front of the Nanzen-ji Temple gates.
Nowadays, it's enjoyed by many as a "Junsei specialty."
Feasting on a table laid full with extravagant dishes is certainly nice, but savoring a simple main dish of boiled "yudofu" tofu is it's own delight.
Enjoy it at our table seating at your leisure for a slightly luxurious lunch or dinner.

Hana Course3,300 yen (tax incl.)

Tsuki Course4,400 yen (tax incl.)

Yuki Course5,000 yen (tax incl.)

Kyoto Kaiseki Dining

Originating from the meals of ascetic Zen Buddhist monks, Kyoto kaiseki dining ("Kyokaiseki") developed as a kind of meal with soup, rice, and other small dishes.
With kaiseki dining, you can enjoy the different flavors of the four seasons with multiple dishes full of fresh ingredients.
It's perfect to enjoy with drinks, or as a meal on a sunny day.
Enjoy a moment of luxury as you dine from a seat looking out on our beautiful garden.

Yudofu with Colors of the Season: Hollyhock/Azalea6,600 yen - 8,800 yen (tax incl.)

Yudofu Kaiseki Dining: Miyabi ("Refinement")/Yutaka ("Abundance")/Homare("Honor")11,000 yen - 16,500 yen (tax incl., service prices are separate)

Shabu Shabu Meat Hot PotStarting at 11,000 yen (tax incl., service prices are separate)