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Iroha Kitamise (North)

Iroha Kitamise (North)

Iroha Kitamise (North) opened its doors in 1964. Come and enjoy a delicious meal in this traditional Kyoto-style oku-zashiki (tatami-mat seating) restaurant, which was converted from one of the foremost teahouses in the Pontocho and arranged with vibrant works of art.

Hours
17:00 - 22:00 (Last entry at 21:00)
Closed
We are open all days long.
NeeYesr holidays
Closed at 12/31~1/2
Address
Nabeyacho, Pontocho-dori Shijo-agaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
Tel
+81-(0)221-0403
Fax
+81-(0)222-1683
Googlemap
http://goo.gl/maps/SYunb

Sukiyaki Iroha Access MapPontocho is a Hnamachi district in Kyoto, known for geiko and maiko. It is thought to be a portmanteau of the Portuguese ponte (bridge) or the English word “point”, along with the Japanese -cho, signifying the name of a district.
Iroha Honten (South) is located on Pontocho just north of Shijo Street, while Iroha Kitamise (North) is about 80 meters directly north.
When Sukiyaki Iroha started business in the 44th year of the Meiji era (1911), sukiyaki was known as gyunabe (“beef pot”). We hope you will enjoy the deep flavors of this long-established restaurant, with its traditional Kyoto setting.

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Iroha Guide PDFIroha Guide PDF

A pamphlet containing a map to Sukiyaki Iroha, contact information, and our menu. Feel free to save it on an iPad or print it out.

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