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Akayashiro

Akayashiro Description

Located in Kyoto, Akayashiro is a beloved local restaurant that specializes in horumon, a type of Japanese cuisine that focuses on offal and innards. The restaurant prides itself on serving fresh and high-quality horumon, with a texture that sets it apart from other establishments. The retro atmosphere of the restaurant adds to its charm, making it a comfortable and inviting place for families and couples alike.

One of the standout features of Akayashiro is its commitment to using locally sourced ingredients, particularly their carefully selected domestic wagyu beef. The horumon made from this beef is so fresh that it can even be enjoyed raw. This dedication to quality is evident in every dish, allowing diners to fully savor the flavors and nuances of the meat.

The menu at Akayashiro offers a wide variety of horumon dishes, each prepared with meticulous attention to detail. From grilled skewers to hot pots, there is something to satisfy every palate. The homemade sauces, made just before serving, enhance the flavors of the horumon and elevate the dining experience.

Whether you're looking for a casual meal or a special occasion, Akayashiro is the perfect destination. With its warm and inviting atmosphere, delicious horumon dishes, and commitment to using the freshest ingredients, this restaurant is a must-visit for anyone seeking an authentic and memorable dining experience in Kyoto.

Akayashiro Overview

Address

47 Nishishichijo Akasha Town, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto 600-8899

Phone

+81 (0) 50-5461-2413

Access

8 minute walk from Tambaguchi Station
12 minute walk from Nishinomiya Kitaguchi Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:00PM-2:00AM
Mon: 5:30PM-2:00AM
Tue: 5:30PM-2:00AM
Wed: 5:30PM-2:00AM
Thur: 5:30PM-2:00AM
Fri: 5:30PM-2:00AM
Sat: 5:00PM-2:00AM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Sake Selection

Akayashiro Reviews

Akayashiro Google Average Rating

4.2

4

Google
I went to the main store for the first time in a while.
This is the original restaurant for smoked yakiniku, which has become popular recently. My friend from America said that although this restaurant had poor ventilation, he was pleased with the yakiniku. I explained that this restaurant was intentionally made to have a smoky atmosphere. It's such a good restaurant that you can say more about the atmosphere than you can about the yakiniku. Most of the things that taste good are delicious. Things that don't stick are normal. I don't eat a lot of hormones, but I can eat the special liver without grilling it. It's your own responsibility and your own decision. It's a friend's shop, but I'm writing about it without any bias. During peak hours, it seemed like the customer service couldn't keep up. Drinking beer and opening a bottle of shochu costs 21,600 yen. It's quite cheap! It's so delicious that if you ask the staff, they'll lend you goggles, so you might be able to take photos on social media. It's a good store.

4

Google
The hormone shop.
Cheap and delicious.

5

Google
The hormones are really delicious.
However, tastes may differ regarding the sauce.
If anything, it's a light sauce.

It's not a smokeless roaster, it's a regular gas stove.
The fire is fairly even, so it will burn quickly.
You should feel free to let them know about network exchanges, etc.
It will turn black quickly.

It is best to bake and eat portions for each person.
I think it will be fun for those who are used to eating regular Yakiniku as there are some unusual parts.

The ventilation fan is running at full power...
Besides, it smells like meat.
Don't be fashionable.

If you are traveling by bicycle or car, you will not be able to park in front of the parking lot, but will have to park along the river. Parking a little further away by car. (minus one star)

A yakiniku restaurant with excellent cost performance.
I think you will feel full of satisfaction after eating it.

My recommendation is to order at least two meat items at a time.

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