Kyōtango is a city located in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The modern city of Kyōtango was established on April 1, 2004, from the merger of the towns of Mineyama and Omiya, the towns of Amino, Tango, and Yasaka, and the town of Kumihama.
Things to do in Kyotango
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A good experience enjoying different types of japanese food and the traditional tatami. Great service, very polite and welcoming. Small place but very cozy.
5 based on 2 reviews
When suggested by my Japanese relatives that we could visit somewhere in regional Kyotango-shi for a "nice pasta", I was very skeptical. My personal opinion is that Japanese mimicking western or European food doesn't usually end in very good results in the regional areas of Japan. However I have been pleasantly surprised before so I thought I'd grit my teeth and go along and see how bad it compares to the real thing.
Well, I'll eat my words (or thoughts). I ordered the seafood paste with a tomato base sauce, and I can honestly say this was one of the finest seafood marinara pasta's I have ever had - period. And I've had some spectacular dishes from a plethora of fine dining Italian restaurants around Australia in my time. The sauce was complex & rich but not overpowering, and there was a generous amount of lovely and eclectic seafood in the dish, with the pasta cooked perfect al-dente. It really was a stand out dish that blew me away.
The Paella my relative ordered looked equally spectacular, a dish worthy of being photographed for any popular foodie magazine, the last available dish of a small limited quota they make available each day apparently.
I highly recommend this little hidden gem for anyone visiting or passing through Kyotango. It's quite hidden and can easily mistaken for a simple house along this road, so don't blink as you pass or you'll miss it!
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They are producer of "Bara-zushi", popular local specialty of Tango peninsula! Also have Good seafood cooking
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I ate here twice during my recent trip to Kyotango. The restaurant has menus in both Japanese and English which is helpful. Both dishes that I got were very good, both were pasta dishes, one with clams in a clear sauce and one was a bolognese sauce. I highly recommend the garlic bread which was delicious!
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