[Japanese food] Koke no Chaya

In Kyoto City Saikyo-ku, Saihoji Temple. Known as Kokedera.
To the front, there is a soba’s well-established.

It’s Koke no Chaya.


Koke means moss in Japanese.

Nearby Saihoji Temple has been referred to as the temple of moss.

By the way, in Japan moss has been used as a good meaning.

Signboard menu of Koke no Chaya is grated yam soba.


This restaurant has been featured in Japanese TV program. Famous TV personality in Japan also visited a lot.

The design of this restaurant is also a good atmosphere of long-established.




The restaurant also has gone custody of luggage service.

When you stroll the neighborhood, luggage storage service is very helpful.

This service is free of charge.

However, the application of the service is user limit of this restaurant.

In the warmer months, it is outside the seat is also good.

Garden is good.



Koke no Chaya

9: 30 ~ 16: 30 (L.O.16: 00)
Closed: August 5


〒615-8287 Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto, Nishikyo Ward, Matsuomangokucho, 56


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