The newest star of Kyoto's culinary world that gourmands cannot stop talking about
Enjoy traditional Japanese vegetarian and vegan meals inside a Kyoto temple
Tucked within a quiet temple located in Kyoto, Kanga-an is a restaurant where you can indulge in vegan cuisine with a peaceful atmosphere surrounded by the picturesque and unique scenery of the four seasons in Japan. Bask in the traditional Japanese culture that this secluded area offers, while also enjoying the beautifully lit garden during the evenings.
The restaurant does not use fish or meat in its dishes an soup stock, they alo do they use dried sardine or bonito in the course meals. For the adventurous, there is also a hidden bar within the premise overlooking the Japanese garden, where you can relax and enjoy a drink after having an excellent course meal. Kanga-an’s courses are based on a traditional vegetarian cuisine dating back from 300 years ago and is characterized by the skillful use of cooking oil. Similar with medicinal dishes, it is healthy and easy to eat. It is said that high ranking monks who had constantly eaten this dish were said to have lived a long life.
A place to enjoy traditional Japanese vegetarian meals in a quiet place rich in history, Kanga-an does not only accommodate vegetarians and vegans, but likewise welcomes all people who have no dietary restrictions.
|Address||278 Shingoryoguchicho, Kita Ward, Kyoto, 603-8146|
|Business hours||・Afternoon: 12:00 to 15:00 (Last entry 13:00)
・Evening: 17:00 to 21:00 (Last entry 19:00)
・Bar: Ends at 23:00 (Reservation required)
|Closed||Open all year around (excl. New Year holidays)|
|Directions||3-min walk from Exit 1 of Kuramaguchi Station|
|Price||Dinner: From ¥9,680
Lunch: From ¥6,050
|Service Charge||10% service charge required|
|Seating||Maximum of 85 guests
Reservation requires 2 guests or more
|Children||Children who are able to order and eat a course.|
|Dresscode||No particular dress code enforced. However we ask that no overly casual wear be worn (shorts, t-shirts, sandals, etc. ).|
|Payment method||Please fill out the reservation form on this site.
※Advance payment for reserved courses is required.
※Any additional orders that you make for food or drink at the restaurant are to be paid for at the restaurant after your meal.
278 Shingoryoguchicho, Kita Ward, Kyoto, 603-8146
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