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Appearance of Tea and Koji Tsukiakari

Found near Heian Shrine in Kyoto! All seasonings and pickles are homemade [tea and malt Tsukiakari]

[About an 8-minute walk west from Heian Jingu Shrine, you will find Yoshinaga-san's restaurant. The owner, Mr. Yoshinaga, has been awakened to the wonder of traditional Japanese food.

Tea and Koji Tsukiakari owner

You will be treated to dishes using ingredients from reliable producers, such as koji and amazake from Nishi Kojiya, which has a history of over 100 years in Nagano Prefecture, and roasted tea from Maruyoshi Omi Tea in Shiga Prefecture, the owner's family home. In addition to meals such as a grilled fish or chicken main dish, a daily seafood rice bowl, vegan malt curry, and soy sauce and malt seasoning, we also recommend the milk malt amazake, homemade red shiso juice, and homemade lemon enzyme squash.

Grilled fish with tea and malt Tsukiakari

Yakimono gozen (set meal): 1,650 yen. The fish changes daily. The photo shows mackerel marinated in malt miso. A full meal including sashimi, side dishes, cereal rice, miso soup, and pickles.

Inside the "Tea and Koji Tsukiakari" store

Tea and malted rice with a light brown color

  • tea and koji
  • Imperial Okazaki 1F, 462-2 Shojoji-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 12 min. walk from Exit 11 of Sanjo Station, Keihan
  • Tel. 075-754-8544
  • 11:00-15:00
    Friday and Saturday 11:00-15:00, 17:00-20:00
  • Closed on Wednesdays, other irregular holidays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/tsukiakari2020/
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