Gion Moriya Kobe Beef Luxury pair full course:
We treat class A4 and A5, and in case of marble patterned meat we consider the quality of fat and taste, the delicacy of meat, the maturiy of meat when we buy in stock. Since the best beef handled by Mouriya is also the best in the world and we are confident of that. Please appreciate our dishes by alll means.
・ Amuse ・ Today's soup ・ French style of live Omar shrimp (1 fish for 2 people) ・ Teppanyaki of live sardines with Japanese taste ・ Seasonal colorful salad ・ Best Kobe beef fillet (A5) 100g or sirloin (A5) 130g ・ Seasonal grilled vegetables ・ Rice or bread ※ Kyoto 8th generation Gihey carefully selected rice ・ Dessert ・ Coffee or tea
*Meals outside the set are not included，Wines and Drinks are extra paid by yourself.
*This restaurant operates on a reservation basis. You can cancel your reservation free of charge up to 14 days in advance; otherwise, a cancellation fee will apply. Please note that cancellations made on the same day as the reservation will not be eligible for a refund and the cancellation fee will still be charged. We appreciate your understanding.
Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Founded in 778, Kiyomizu-temple is one of Kyoto's oldest monasteries and was added to the World Heritage List in 1994. The Shimizu stage hanging in front of this hall is a precious cultural relic of Japan, surrounded by green trees. In spring, cherry blossoms are in full bloom, which is one of the famous places for appreciating cherry blossoms in Kyoto. In autumn, it becomes a holy place for appreciating maple trees.With its gleaming gold tiers reflected in the lake below and a backdrop of forests and twisted pines, Kinkaku-ji (the Golden Pavilion) is an enchanting sight. Dating back to the 14th century, the UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Kyoto’s most popular attractions and among Japan’s most visited temples.Nijo Castle was built in 1603 as the Kyoto residence of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Edo Period (1603-1867). His grandson Iemitsu completed the castle's palace buildings 23 years later and further expanded the castle by adding a five story castle keep. After the Tokugawa Shogunate fell in 1867, Nijo Castle was used as an imperial palace for a while before being donated to the city and opened up to the public as a historic site. Its palace buildings are arguably the best surviving examples of castle palace architecture of Japan's feudal era, and the castle was designated a UNESCO world heritage site in 1994.