A restaurant has elegant and quaint atmosphere|Yuzuki

【Report by the foreigner who knows Ayabe well.】

Name of facility : Yuzuki Visit date : 2020/8/4 Visitor name : Sazonov Maxim

The restaurant is surrounded by rich nature and welcomes you to special space.


The restaurant called Yuzuki is in Shichihyakukoku-cho, Ayabe city, Kyoto.

Surrounded by rich nature, it feels like a small "hideaway".

It has a beautiful garden outside with seasonal plants and inside it looks like a villa rather than a restaurant.


The garden, which can be seen from the window, is well maintained and you can enjoy the seasonal scenery of Japan. You may feel like as if time has stopped and relax.


They are particular about the interior and it creates a very comfortable and cozy atmosphere.

It is calming to have a beautiful garden view from the window while eating.


The interior is carefully selected and it enhances the food. Every detail in the restaurant is filled with their Japanese Hospitality.


I enjoyed Japanese Kaiseki course which is used fresh ingredients and has elegant taste.

I was impressed that they are thinking not only about taste but also looking of meal.

When they serve dishes, the direction of the plate is very important.

I felt that it is real part of Japanese culture.

Perhaps overseas visitors will be able to know more about real Japanese culture by listening all staff's explanation about meal.


The Japanese kaiseki course uses seasonal ingredients. You will be able to enjoy not only the faint taste but also the beauty of the appearance. By having a meal, you can feel the depth and elegance of Japanese culture.


The staff was very polite and kind.

I think that it is the best place to try Japanese food, Japanese culture, and the atmosphere of Japan.

The restaurant is located a little far from station but pick up service is available depends on number of people.



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Sazonov Maxim

From Russia, came to Japan in 2018.

He likes to visit countryside in Japan and interested in Japanese culture and history.

His hobbies are Japanese martial arts (Jodo) and to do calligraphy.