This restaurant is in an old country-style house on the banks of the Yura River that flows through Ayabe.
An old country-style residence from the late Edo Period (1603-1868) was relocated here and reconstructed. Savor the quintessential folk-craft atmosphere of the Tanba region.
At this unbeatable spot where you can dine while gazing out over the peaceful waters of the Yura River, the chef’s original Japanese menu ranges from traditional Japanese boxed lunches made with local Tanba and Wakasa ingredients to kaiseki (haute cuisine) and beef or chicken grilled on a shichirin (small charcoal grill).
Recommended menu / View of restaurant interior
Hanabiraki Gozen (Flower Opening Course)
Takekago Gozen (Bamboo Basket Course)
“Yaki Yaki” (Gourmet Grill) Course
*Only for dinner
Dine around an irori (sunken hearth)
“Kumano” and “Nachi” are Japanese-style rooms that can accommodate 25 people.
“Yura” has a counter where you can gaze out over the Yura River while dining.
|Access||[By train] From JR Ayabe Station, approx. 20 min. walk to the southeast.|
Lunch 11：00～14：00（14：00 Last order）
Dinner 17：00～22：00（21：00 Last order）
|Average budget||Lunch 1,500yen～、Dinner 2,500yen～|
|Seating capacity||80 Seats|