Reservation for Yakiniku Gion Karoku Gion-shijo in Kyoto

updated: May 13th, 2024

Indulge in delicious yakiniku at Gion Karoku, a renowned restaurant in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto. With a relaxing ambiance and carefully selected Japanese black wagyu beef, it's perfect for special occasions.

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    "Gion Karoku" is a restaurant located in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
     The restaurant is situated on Yasaka Street, close to famous establishments like Gion Sasagi and Yakiniku Hiro.
     The interior has a calming atmosphere, offering four private rooms and eight sunken kotatsu seats.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy dishes made with carefully selected Japanese black wagyu beef.
     The Okinawa-produced beef is particularly recommended, its flavor leaving a lasting impression since my visit a few years ago.
     Additionally, there is a wide selection of side dishes like Namul Kimchi, Tanshio Galbi, and Shin-tama, as well as an extensive variety of drinks, including wine and shochu.
    The chefs show their dedication to quality by carefully preparing the ingredients, and their skill is highly regarded.
     The ambiance of the restaurant is also delightful, providing a comfortable environment to unwind.
     You can enjoy not only the food but also the atmosphere at this establishment.
    For transportation, if using public transportation, it is a 12-minute walk from Gion Shijo Station on the Keihan Main Line, a 15-minute walk from Kawaramachi Station on the Hankyu Kyoto Line, and a 3-minute walk from Kiyomizu-dori by city bus.
     If you are driving, you can use the Higashiyama Komatsucho Parking.
    "Gion Karoku" is a must-visit yakiniku restaurant when in Kyoto.
     You can savor delicious yakiniku and various side dishes while enjoying a lovely and relaxed atmosphere.
     It is especially recommended for celebrating special occasions with friends and family.


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