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The original ochazuke, Suzushiro, 1130 yen. Dashimaki, red miso soup, assorted pickles, and rice (free refill for lunch only). The dashimaki is baked with the best soup stock made from Makurazaki bonito flakes and Rishiri kelp, and is as mouthwatering as a layer of yuba (bean curd).

Enjoy exquisite dashi rolls at a long-established ochazuke shop near the Imperial Palace [Marutamachi Junidanya]

Marutamachi Junidanke is a long-established ochazuke store that has been in business since the Taisho era (1912-1926), located near the Kyoto Imperial Palace. The original ochazuke Suzushiro, which can be enjoyed in the elegant and relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant, is a simple dish consisting of rice, red miso soup, seasonal pickles, and dashimaki tamago (rolled egg). Although it is called "Kyoto cuisine in everyday clothes," each dish is carefully prepared with a dignified beauty that rivals that of chakaiseki.

Other popular dishes include shabu-shabu (beef shabu-shabu) called shuwa-nyu-ro, beef steaks, and a la carte dishes featuring the seasonal flavors of the season. Enjoy a heart-warming chazuke at this historic restaurant.

Marutamachi Junidanya

  • Marutamachi Juni Danya
  • 184-3 Tsunema Yokocho, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 2 minutes walk from Subway Marutamachi Station
  • Tel.075-211-5884
  • 11:30-14:30, 17:00-20:00 *Close when sold out
  • Closed on Wednesdays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.m-jyunidanya.com/
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