Kyoto Yakiniku Hiro Gion Yamana-an
京やきにく 弘 祇園山名庵
Enjoy Wagyu Yakiniku and Kyoto Cuisine in a remodeled Kyoto Japanese Inn and Restaurant
Gion Yamana-an continues to carry on the legacy of Yakiniku Hiro in the over 130-year-old Japanese Inn and Restaurant. There are 13 private rooms available for reservation, each with its own distinct elegance, as well as counter seating where guests can watch the chef prepare their meal right before their eyes. Yakiniku Hiro Gion Yamana-an procures only whole cattle, thus ensuring they can use all of their experience to create and serve courses guests will love, composed of the most delicious, melt-in-your-mouth cuts of wagyu; such as seared raw beef sushi and the luxurious thickly cut Chateaubriand, the “King of Meats.” We invite guests to savor the excellent taste of wagyu at Yakiniku Hiro Gion Yamana-an.
|Address||16 Benzaiten-cho Shinbashi, Gion Shijo Nawate Agaru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City 605-0085|
|Business hours||17:00～24:00 （Last order at 23:00）|
|Closed||None （Only closed for New Years Eve and New Years Day)|
|Directions||7- minute walk from Kyoto-Kawaramachi Station on Hankyu Railway
7-minute walk from Sanjō Station on Keihan Electric Railway
|Price||Yamana Course 10,000円
Gion Course 8,000円
Tatsumi Course 6,000円
|Service Charge||10% service charge required|
Counter Seating and Private Rooms available
|Smoking||Prohibited (Smoking area available)|
|Payment method||Please fill out the reservation form on this site.
※Payment for reserved courses with a credit card is requird.
※Any additional orders that you make for food or drink at the restaurant are to be paid for at the restaurant after your meal.
16 Benzaiten-cho Shinbashi, Gion Shijo Nawate Agaru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City 605-0085
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