- Pontocho-dori Nakagyo-ku
- Open Hours
- 1-12: Mon-Sun: - 00:00-24:00
About this sight
Ponto-cho is one of Kyoto's most atmospheric dining areas. It is a narrow alley packed with restaurants on both sides offering a wide range of dining options.
It is one of the best known clubs in Kyoto for Techno and House music.
Roan Kikunoi (Kiyamachi)
Kikunoi is a ryotei or restaurant of fine Japanese cuisine located in the Gion-Maruyama district of Kyoto.
Tankuma Kitamise (Kyoto Honten)
Tankuma Kitamise serves Kyoto-style cuisine and has been continually beloved by many prominent figures and businessmen.
Tsukiji Tea House
Tsukiji Tea House is a retro-style cafe that serves a variety of beverages including teas and coffees.
Matsuba specializes in nishinsoba, soba noodles topped with herring.
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