Why don’t you enjoy Kaiseki full course dinner in Gion Kyoto?
Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries!
I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 8 years.
I show you hidden Japan which you have never seen and heard of!
Kaiseki-ryori is a type of Japanese cuisine that originally referred to dishes served by the host of a tea ceremony party to entertain guests.
It derives its name from kaiseki, an old custom of Zen temples.
Kaiseki ( holded stone)
Kaiseki ( 懐石 holded stone) is derived from the practice of putting warm stone on one’s stomach to overcome hunger when one was hungry.
This Gion Namisato restaurant is located overlooking the Shirakawa River.
We could see everything as the chefs prepared the dishes in front of us.
It is also a pleasure to see our food being prepared.
On this day, I enjoyed it with my friends from South Africa and Poland.
There is a huge beautiful table where our food was served in front of us .
The chef said it was brought from South Africa as a piece of huge tree.
And refined as a table of this restaurant.
My South African friends were very pleased by the coincidence!
The 10 dishes were presented in a perfect looking, carefully prepared and tasty manner.
My friends and I were very pleased with the food, both for our eyes and our palates.
Would you like to try a full course Kaiseki dinner?
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!