The areas nearby Kyoto’s Kodai-ji and Nanzen-ji temples have long been famous for tofu cuisine, and our tofu servers made by the kiku-dashi (“chrysanthemum pattern”) technique were born to adorn these dishes.
Located near the entrances of Kodai-ji temple and prominent shrines, our Kodai-ji Kanaami-Tsuji Shop is situated inside a renovated traditional inn.
In front of our shop, there is a pickled vegetable (tsukemono) maker and a lacquerware shop, while behind is a chopstick store.
Conveniently located in a central tourist district, we hope you can visit us next time you visit Kyoto.
- Business hours:
- From 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Closed on irregular days but open on the days before and after New Year's
Closed on Wednesdays during the summer and winter
5 minutes by foot from Kiyomizu-michi or Higashiyama Yasui
City bus: From JR Kyoto Station, take the No. 206 bus/ From Shijo-Kawaramachi Station, take the No. 207 bus.
Keihan bus: From Kyoto Shijo Station, take the No. 83, 85, 87, 88, 88C, or 89 bus.
Approx. 15 minutes from JR Kyoto Station and Kintetsu Kyoto Station
Keihan Railway: Approx. 15 minutes from Shijo Station
Hankyu Railway: Approx. 20 minutes from Kawaramachi Station
Kintetsu Railway: From Kyoto Station, take the No. 206 city bus or taxi.
Parking at the Ryozen Kannon lot