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Exterior view of Tohoku House

Found near Heian Shrine! Must-reserve Machichuuka [Tohokuke]

The yellow and red signboard of Touhokuya catches the eye along Higashioji Street. The couple welcomes you to their restaurant, which has the atmosphere of an old-fashioned diner.

Grandson of the Northeast family

Her husband, Chang Sheng, who stands in the kitchen, has been working in a hotel in China for about 15 years and is certified as a special chef, the highest rank for Chinese cooks. He is certified as a special chef, the highest level of Chinese chef. He offers Chinese cuisine from a wide range of regions in addition to dishes from the northeastern region of China, where spices are used and the flavors of the ingredients are brought to life. You will be able to feel the high level of skill he has honed in his home country with just one bite of his food.

Wife of a grandson of the Northeast family

If there is a dish you want to try, even if it is not on the menu, we can discuss it with you, so feel free to ask," says his wife, Lee, who is in charge of the hall.

Bean-curd soup seasoned with red pepper

Mapo Harusame (bean-paste vermicelli) 935 yen is a spicy combination of vermicelli, ground meat, vegetables, sansho (Japanese pepper), and chili peppers. Delicious served over rice!

Fried bean sprouts with garlic at Touhoku House

Stir-fried bean sprouts with garlic - 880 yen. A simple yet addictive dish of stir-fried bean sprouts and garlic with salt. A perfect accompaniment to alcoholic beverages.

Chinese yuba with shredded yuba from the Northeast family

Shredded yuba leaves, bell peppers and bell peppers are lightly flavored and topped with hot white oil. This is a dish you should order with a beer when you first enter the restaurant. Chinese yuba with shredded yuba 880 yen


  • Tokyo-North Korea
  • Hasegawa Bldg. 1F, 536-5 Minamimonzen-cho, Higashiyama Sanjo-agaru, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 2 minutes walk from subway “Higashiyama Station”
  • Tel. 075-744-1998
  • 17:00 - 3:00 (LO / 2:00)
  • Closed on Mondays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • PHOTO/Taka Natsumi
*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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