Hotel SANOYA located in front of the main station Kyoto, convenient for seeing history and tradtion of Kyoto. Cuisine.

Kyoto Hotel SANOYA  Cuisine
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Kyoto kaiseki cuisine
Kyoto Kaiseki CuisineThis is Kyoto窶冱 traditional cuisine. Fresh fish (Sashimi) and Japanese deep-fried food (Tempura) are served. Japanese cuisine of seasonal foods. If you may not have this kind of cuisine for religious reasons or other reasons, please make a reservation with only breakfast or no meal. * Actual cuisine may vary from the photos.
Nabe (cuisine served in a pot)
Please enjoy Sukiyaki with Japanese tender beef or beef Shabu-Shabu.

NabePhotos of Shabu-Shabu and Sukiyaki.

Breakfast, Japanese set meal
Kyoto Kaiseki CuisineRefreshing Japanese breakfast with traditional foods and healthy tofu.
[ What is Sukiyaki ]
thin slices of beef, bean curd, and vegetables put in a shallow pan and cooked at the table usually by the diners themselves.
[ What is Shabu-Shabu ]
A one-pot dish made at the table by cooking vegetables and slices of meat in boiling broth and eaten with a soy-based sauce
[ What is Tobu ]
Tofu, also known as soybean curd, is a soft, cheese-like food made by curdling fresh hot soymilk with a coagulant. Traditionally, the curdling agent used to make tofu is nigari, a compound found in natural ocean water, or calcium sulfate, a naturally occurring mineral. Curds also can be produced by acidic foods like lemon juice or vinegar. The curds then are generally pressed into a solid block.