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Pichipichi Kingyo

Pichipichi Kingyo Overview


4-8 Hanazonoteranouchichō, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto 616-8043


+81 (0) 75-821-4488


1 minute walk from Hanazono Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:30AM-7:00PM
Tue: 11:30AM-7:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM-7:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM-7:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-7:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-7:00PM

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Pichipichi Kingyo Description

Welcome to Pichipichi Kingyo, a charming restaurant located in Kyoto, Japan. This hidden gem offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area. Pichipichi Kingyo specializes in both cafe and pasta cuisine, creating a fusion of flavors that will tantalize your taste buds.

The restaurant's decor is modern and inviting, with a cozy atmosphere that makes you feel right at home. As you enter, you'll be greeted by friendly staff who are passionate about providing exceptional service. The menu at Pichipichi Kingyo features a variety of delicious dishes, from traditional pasta favorites to innovative cafe creations.

One of the standout menu items is their signature pasta dish, which is cooked to perfection and bursting with flavor. The chefs at Pichipichi Kingyo take great pride in using only the freshest ingredients, ensuring that each dish is of the highest quality. Whether you're in the mood for a creamy carbonara or a spicy arrabbiata, you're sure to find a pasta dish that satisfies your cravings.

In addition to their pasta offerings, Pichipichi Kingyo also serves a range of delectable cafe treats. Indulge in a rich and velvety tiramisu or savor a fluffy Japanese-style cheesecake. Pair your dessert with a perfectly brewed cup of coffee or choose from their selection of refreshing beverages.

Whether you're a local or a visitor to Kyoto, Pichipichi Kingyo is a must-visit destination for food lovers. With its unique blend of cafe and pasta cuisine, warm ambiance, and exceptional service, this restaurant promises a dining experience that will leave you craving for more.

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available

Wine List


Pichipichi Kingyo Reviews

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It was a while ago, but I visited you for the first time in a while.
There are always so many different kinds, and they all look delicious, so I have a hard time choosing one every time.
This time, I ordered liver paste pasta as a pasta set (1,350 yen) that comes with salad and focaccia. Half cake is also available for 200 yen.
The pasta is flat noodles with a chewy texture. It mixes well with the sauce and is very delicious.
The focaccia is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. I put it in olive oil, I put it in pasta sauce, and I can't stop doing that repetitive motion.
The liver paste also has a slightly bitter taste, but the salty taste is tightened, there is no odor, and the fresh cream makes it mellow. It was delicious.


The store is cute and full of picture books 🌻
I had duck pasta with red wine sauce and cake.
It was delicious✨


I was looking for lunch in this area and the name of the restaurant was interesting, so I was interested in this restaurant.
When I looked it up on social media, I saw pictures of the pasta and it looked really delicious, so I decided to try this one!
When I entered the store, I thought it was a small store, but it turns out there is a second floor.
However, the second floor was full, so I sat at the counter on the first floor.
Although the kitchen in front of the counter is very small, there is a wide variety of pasta to choose from for lunch.
This is because there are 11 types of pasta on the regular menu and 7 types of other recommended pasta, for a total of 18 types!
It's really troubling to have this much.
By the way, here is the lunch menu.
・Pasta single item 1,180 yen
・Pasta set (pasta, salad, focaccia) 1,350 yen
・Drink set (above + drink) 1,550 yen

I couldn't narrow it down to just two types of recommended pasta, so I decided to go with duck red wine or porcini.
When I asked my sister which one was better, she said that she liked red wine even though it had a unique sweetness and a strange taste.
So, I decided to go with my sister's recommendation.
I'd like duck pasta for pasta lunch.

◆Pasta lunch (red wine with duck)
Price: 1,350 yen
Salad and bread came out.
The only leafy vegetables are lettuce, but there's a lot of corn and beans in it, so it's not bad.
The bread came out warm and long, and when I tried it, it had a nice light salty taste.
It also comes with olive oil.
As the pasta is made with red wine, the bright red sauce is impressive.
Is it tagliolini because it is a narrow flat noodle?
Since it seems to be homemade, there may not be a clear division.
When I tried it, my impression was that it had a unique sweetness and a slight sourness, and it had a strange taste, like tomato sauce with red wine added.
But it's delicious.
At first, the taste was strange and I was a little concerned about the sweetness, but as I continued eating, I got used to the taste and found it even more delicious.
This is a pasta with a taste I've never had before, it's delicious and interesting.
The smoked duck meat had a nice aroma that tickled my nostrils.
I really like the narrow, flat noodles because they have a wonderfully chewy texture and an indescribable good texture.
It's a very delicious pasta, but the amount of pasta is a bit small.
For men, we recommend a large serving.

It was the best pasta I've had recently, and it had a lot of personality.
I like both the sauce and the noodles.


Translated from Japanese:

There is a coin parking lot 3 minutes walk away.The characteristic fresh pasta and gorgonzola sauce were very delicious.This is a popular restaurant.Reservations are recommended.There were so many that we couldn't get a large portion.We were busy walking back and forth between the 1st and 2nd floors...


Translated from Japanese:

This shop is located about 2 minutes walk from Hanazono Station. I visited at the request of my niece who came back from Tokyo. It is best to make a reservation as it is often crowded. Porcini cream duck red wine sauce...


Translated from Japanese:

I used to go to this store when I lived in Kyoto. I had the opportunity to visit for the first time in a while. Due to the coronavirus, business hours are different than before, so it might be better to call in advance. DRINK SET 155...

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