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Oryori Kifune

御料理 貴船

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050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 076-220-6131 (+81-76-220-6131)

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Only 4 parties accepted each lunch and each dinner. A Japanese restaurant that’s pulling the ancient city of Kanazawa into the next generation.

A restaurant preserving the vestiges of the halcyon days of Kanazawa, walking distance from the Higashi Chayagai district. “Oryori Kifune,” located in a renovated old private home builed in the Taisho era, offers new trends within the crowded Japanese cuisine scene of Kanazawa. Master of the restaurant Kiyokazu Nakagawa laughingly describes the special trait of his cooking as “lack of coherence.” This is a manifestation of the fact that he always has his eyes peeled for good ingredients, upon which he seizes with zest. Even with the same ingredients, this restaurant frequently presents new dishes, with an approach that changes from one year to the next. This is because Mr. Nakagawa is running a restaurant with consistently new influences, and his cookery reflects this. He loves to try the food at various restaurants, and is known to travel throughout Japan to do so if he hears of a place worth trying. His restaurant offers never-stagnant, progressive Japanese cuisine. A restaurant preserving the vestiges of the halcyon days of Kanazawa, walking distance from the Higashi Chayagai district. “Oryori Kifune,” located in read mored in a renovated old private home builed in the Taisho era, offers new trends within the crowded Japanese cuisine scene of Kanazawa. Master of the restaurant Kiyokazu Nakagawa laughingly describes the special trait of his cooking as “lack of coherence.” This is a manifestation of the fact that he always has his eyes peeled for good ingredients, upon which he seizes with zest. Even with the same ingredients, this restaurant frequently presents new dishes, with an approach that changes from one year to the next. This is because Mr. Nakagawa is running a restaurant with consistently new influences, and his cookery reflects this. He loves to try the food at various restaurants, and is known to travel throughout Japan to do so if he hears of a place worth trying. His restaurant offers never-stagnant, progressive Japanese cuisine. ... learn more from chef

  • English menu
  • English-speaking staff
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Lunch
  • Late-night service
  • No smoking
  • Special dietary requests
  • Western cutlery

Help desk

:
Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 076-220-6131 (+81-76-220-6131)

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Access
From Hokutetsu-Kanazawa Station (Hokuriku Railroad Asanogawa Line), take the bus to Hikoso Ryokuchi and walk 2 minutes.
Cuisine
Japanese / Kaiseki (tea-ceremony dishes),Japanese / Kaiseki (traditional multi-course meal) / Kaiseki (course menu),Japanese
Average price
Dinner: 8,000 JPY / Lunch: 4,000 JPY
Open
[Monday, Tuesday, Thursday - Sunday, Holidays, Day Before Holidays] Lunch 11:30 - (last order 13:30) / Dinner 17:30 - (last order 20:30) [Sunday] Breakfast 07:00 - (last order 09:00)
Closed
Wednesday
Address

1-9-69 Hikoso-machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa map

Oryori Kifune_Outside view
Address (for taxi driver )
石川県金沢市彦三町1-9-69
English services
Unknown.
Credit cards accepted
American Express / Diners Club / MasterCard / Visa
Features
Free Wi-Fi / Lunch / Special diet / Reserved rooms / Child friendly / Tatami room / Large sake selection

Japanese Dining Etiquette

Japanese Dining Etiquette - Kaiseki (course menu) Japanese Dining Etiquette - PRIVATE ROOM