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Kyoto Hotel SANOYA  Cuisine
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Kyoto kaiseki cuisine
Kyoto Kaiseki CuisineIt is a traditional dish of Kyoto.
Japanese fare such as fresh fish (sashimi) and fried food (tempura) is offered.
If you can not eat this kind of dish for religious reasons etc, please book only with breakfast or no meal.
* Actual dishes may be different from pictures
Nabe (Dishes to eat in a pot)
Chanko hot pot, sukiyaki using special wagyu beef, enjoy shabu-shabu.

Nabe

Breakfast, Japanese set meal
Kyoto Kaiseki CuisineFor breakfast, you will enjoy Japanese dishes such as miso soup, tofu, simmered dishes and grilled fish.
[ 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 Tofu ]
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.