Located in Gion, this aged Edomae-style sushi restaurant uses natural Japanese ingredients.
This Edomae-style sushi restaurant opened on April 26, 2017 at Gion, Kyoto. "Gion Sushi Tadayasu" which aims to make sushi restaurants a place of enjoyment, is a store where customers may enjoy Edomae-style sushi made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
Chef Tadayasu Morita's parents were fishmongers, and he had wanted to work at a sushi restaurant since he was a junior high school student. He got cooking license at the same time of graduating high school, and began to work at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo. Despite gaining a lot of experience while working within several famous sushi restaurants in Tokyo, Mr Morita retained his dream of opening a sushi restaurant in Kyoto, and "Sushi Tadayasu" was founded as a result. Using strictly selected ingredients from Tsukiji, Mr. Morita makes his delicious aged-fish dishes. Depending on the type of fish used, one of two kinds of vinegar rice will be applied. One kind of vinegar rice is made using a single kind of red vinegar. The other uses a mix of 2 different kinds, one of which is used for tuna. To maximize the flavor of the ingredients, the portion of the rice is changed accordingly. The restaurant also offers a variety of high-quality sake brewed locally in Kyoto. The sake changes seasonally so that the tastes remain aligned with the different kinds of sushi available. Pocket Concierge users are able to book seats through our service for both lunch and dinner options.
The counter seats on the first floor are perfect for casual events with guests and dates. A 4-6 person private room is also available for customers wanting greater levels of privacy or larger family events. The authentic Edomae-style sushi restaurant is a must-visit when in Kyoto. Customers are able to experience carefully prepared sushi within a dignified environment.
To reserve the private room, please contact our concierge team directly from here.
■ Access to "Gion Sushi Tadayasu"
A 5-minute walk from Gion Shijo Station on the Keihan Main Line
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