"Kyoto Tavern Akamaru" is a 5-minute walk from Kyoto Shijo Station and a 10-minute walk from Karasuma Station. Next door is "Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyoto Shijo", so it is especially recommended for hotel guests. An introductory izakaya where you can enjoy various Kyoto specialties within a 0-minute walk. The store is also a renovated Machiya, so tourists can especially enjoy the Kyoto atmosphere.
When you pass through the gate, you will find Kyoto-like cobblestone slopes and Japanese umbrellas that are easy to understand.
However, since it's an izakaya, it doesn't feel like it's stiff, and it has a casual atmosphere. The threshold is not high at all.
I wonder if there are many tourists inside the store, but probably because it is in the back alley, there are many local customers in Kyoto. Locally-based shops are rather nice for tourists. The clerk is just a young part-time worker. It's so low that you can't see the threshold. There are about 10 table seats and about 16 tatami mats in the back. It's pretty squeaky. It is prosperous. When I found out that this was a child, I was grateful that he passed me to the tatami room in the back where there were no customers yet. It's a little isolated from the cigarettes of office workers, and you don't have to worry about the children being noisy. This kind of thing is basic but thankful.
The menu is made in Kyoto, so I'm grateful to tourists. That's why I ordered the Kyoto specialty on-parade. First of all, Kamo eggplant Miso Dengaku. A simple dish with the surface of miso baked. It is good to be able to taste the taste of the ingredients directly. A warm and gentle taste. But beer is so good.
Manganji pepper. It's not spicy to say chili pepper. It's between basic peppers and chili peppers. Chew the dark green. I like it because it has a bit of entanglement and sweetness in the bitterness.
Charcoal-grilled Kyoto red chicken. Kyoto cuts chicken into small pieces. The fragrant and greasy meat is delicious.
This is salmon. The fragrance of the baked surface and the feeling of tortoise inside. Highball refill! Kyoto Tavern Akamaru 125 Ashikariyama-cho, Ayanokoji-dori Aburanokoji Higashiiri, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 050-5845-5175