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Cooking Inn Hirobumi

The three-tiered riverbed is attractive! Kaiseki cuisine and hot pot dishes at [Ryokan Hirobun] in Kibune

Located next to the shrine of Kibune Shrine, this charming wooden building has a large riverbed that can accommodate about 80 people and is divided into three tiers.

Cooking Inn Hirobumi

In front of the splashing river, you can enjoy a Japanese course of 10 dishes, including a sweetfish from Lake Biwa, from 18,990 yen, and several kinds of hot pot dishes for 10890 yen are also popular. The accommodation building will be renovated in 2022, making your stay even more comfortable in the summer.

Cooking Inn Hirobumi

Kawadoko data

  • Kawadoko hours: 11:00-13:30 (LO), 17:00-19:30 (LO)
  • Kawadoko Period / Scheduled from May 1 to late September 2024. For details, please contact the store.
  • Approximate budget: from 18,990 yen for lunch and dinner
    A la carte / none
    seat charge/no
    Service charge / 10% of food and beverage bill
    Reservation/reservation required
  • Accompanied by children/allowed
    Number of seats / 80 seats
    Seat type/tatami room
    Pick-up service available (from Kiben-guchi station of Eizan Electric Railway *only in case of food reservation, more than 2 persons)
    In case of rain (when the water level rises), Nagashi Somen is closed and kaiseki meals are served in the room.

Cooking Inn Hirobumi

  • food service restaurant opening
  • 87 Kurama Kibune-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 11 min. walk from bus stop "Kibune".
  • Tel. 075-741-2147
  • 11:00-13:30 (LO), 17:00-18:30 (LO)
  • Irregular holidays
  • Check-in / from 15:00
    Check out / 10:00
    Room rates/contact the store for details.
  • All seats non-smoking No private room 15 parking spaces (limited to reservations)
  • http://hirobun.co.jp/
*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.


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