Sponsored: Kyomachi Koishigure
0 Bookmark

Little Kyoto In The Middle Of Shinjuku?! Try Out Their "Spilling Sushi" [PR]

In Shinjuku, there is a Kyoto-themed izakaya restaurant called "Kyomachi Koishigure." Walking inside the restaurant makes you imagine the beautiful streets of Kyoto. One of their specialty dishes is the "spilling sushi" which consists of rice, topped with an overloading amount of sea urchin, crab, salmon roe and minced tuna. There are many other Kyoto style dishes that you can enjoy at this entertaining Kyoto-themed restaurant!

Feel free to follow favy!

It's A...Seafood Overload: "Spilling Sushi"

Retina retina 20170313
Check this out! Sea urchin, crab, salmon roe and minced tuna is overfilling from the plate! You can try four different types of seafood in one dish!

This dish is becoming popular on social media from the impactful appearance of the dish and the fresh taste of seafood.
Retina retina s 0n8e
Other than the "spilling sushi," there are several other delicious Japanese dishes that are on the menu, such as wagyu sukiyaki and the hot steamed "Bimei" pork.

A Quick Visit To The Streets Of Kyoto

Retina retina s 00hz
Retina retina retina  y v   z           3
"Kyomachi Koishigure" is only a 1 minute walk from Shinjuku station.Even if you are in the middle of such a busy, chaotic city like Shinjuku, you will feel like you entered the streets of Kyoto. After you get off the elevator, you will see a red bridge, bamboos and a whole world full of flowers and nature. This beautiful atmosphere will make you feel like you slipped back in time to the old streets of Kyoto.

<Every Thursday: Only At The Main Store> Maiko Welcome Event

Retina retina retina pixta 9734836 s
In Kyoto, there are Maiko dancers walking around the streets of Kyoto in their pretty kimonos and white-painted faces. At "Kyomachi Koishigure," Maiko dancers will welcome you every thursday!

To have a fun and new experience of Japanese culture, go to "Kyomachi Koishigure Shinjuku Main Store" on a Thursday evening!

Lastly...

This article introduced "Kyomachi Koishigure," an izakaya-style restaurant that serves Kyoto-style dishes in a beautiful atmosphere that visualizes the streets of Kyoto. Many of their dishes are so beautifully presented, that you just can"t resist from taking pictures!

Make a visit to "Little Kyoto" when you're in the Shinjuku area!
Open From
17:00~23:00 on Mondays and Sundays
17:00~04:00 on Tuesdays-Saturdays
Estimated Price: 3500 yen
favy
Food news and dining guides for Japan! We bring you some of most beautiful moments happening around restaurants in Japan.

Hot Posts!

1

Get Amongst it! Head to "Ika Center" for Super Delicious Squid in Tokyo!

Jonathan
2

Gyukatsu MOTOMURA: A Must-Go Restaurant For The Much Talked About Gyukatsu!

favy
3

Sept. 9th Grand Opening! The Popular Restaurant Gyukatsu MOTOMURA Now Has A Branch In The Lucua Shopping Mall In Osaka!

favy
4

There's A Shark Island in Japan?? Tobishima in Yamagata Should Be On Your Bucket List!

Lili Wanderlust
5

9 Best Restaurant to Eat "BUTA DON", Pork Rice Bowl in Tokyo

TAMA
More Hot Posts

Recommend Posts!

1

Humongous Yakitori for less than ¥500!? Try "Robatayaki Kaizoku" in Tokyo!

favy
2

Hakata Hanamidori - Incredible Chicken Hot Pot in Ginza

favy
3

Tachinomi Sharaku - Best Place To Chill With Delicious Food And Drinks in Nippori, Tokyo!

favy
4

Sept. 9th Grand Opening! The Popular Restaurant Gyukatsu MOTOMURA Now Has A Branch In The Lucua Shopping Mall In Osaka!

favy
5

Unique, Exciting, and Delicious Japanese Course Dinner at 808TOKYO in Roppongi!

favy

Featured Posts

Exploring Yokocho Alleys: a Guide to the Back Streets!

Natsu Matsuri (Summer Festivals) in Japan!

Hanabi Taikai: Fireworks Festivals in Japan!

More Features

Events

Starbucks Will Be Releasing a Hojicha Cream frappuccino With Caramel Sauce!

Sep 15, Fri 〜 Oct 01, Sun

Heavenly! Try Healthy, Elegant and Divine Matcha Desserts and Burgers at ELLE cafe!

Sep 01, Fri 〜 Nov 30, Thu

Starbucks Debuts a New Grape and Berry Tea Frappuccino

Sep 01, Fri 〜 Oct 01, Sun

Hot Words!