The three countries of the Miketsukuni—Wakasa (southern Fukui), Shima (eastern Mie), and Awaji—have since ancient times supplied the tables of the Imperial court with fine delicacies from both the sea and the land.
Here at Saka Hotel Kyoto, we continue this tradition of locally-harvested ingredients and traditional Japanese fare.
|Hours||Dinner 5:30pm ~ 9:30pm (last order)
Breakfast 7am ~ 10am
|Location||First floor Hanare|
|Hours||Dinner 5:30pm ~ 9:30pm (last order)|
Experience the same sumptuous cuisine that graced the tables of Old Imperial Japan with Kyoto Miketsukuni Kaiseki. With ingredients like guji tilefish and karei flounder from Wakasa, Ise shrimp and abalone from Shima, as well as tai red sea bream and hamo conger eel from Awaji, Saka Hotel offers the best fresh-caught seafood for your evening meal. Nowhere else in Japan can guests experience this same union of old culinary traditions with modern flavors.
|Location||Dining Kiyomizu Saryo|
|Hours||Breakfast 7am ~ 10am|
Guests staying in our Japanese rooms can enjoy their dinner meal in suite. Please reserve one of our in-room dining stay plans if you would like to try this special Japanese-style luxury. Breakfast is served exclusively in our dining room, Kiyomizu Saryo.