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Pre-order sale limited to 50 New Year dishes at the restaurant “Kodaiji Jugyuan”

2021.11.21

“Osechi” to celebrate the New Year and wish for happiness.
Osechi, which is sold out every year at the restaurant “Kodaiji Jugyuan” in Kyoto, has started pre-order sales in limited quantities toward the New Year in 2022.

Enjoy the gorgeous "Kyoto New Year dishes"

It is finished so that you can fully enjoy the original sweetness and umami of the ingredients even in the gorgeousness.
In addition, the New Year dishes, which are carefully hand-packed one by one while making the best use of the tradition and technology of Kyoto cuisine, are sold out every year.

One-stage New Year dishes 37,800 yen (tax included)
Two-stage New Year dishes 64,800 yen (tax included)
Reservation period: November 2nd to December 10th, 2021
Handing over: December 31, 2021 11: 00-15: 00
Handing method: Directly at the store / taxi delivery

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“Kodaiji Jugyuan”
A restaurant where you can enjoy traditional Kyoto cuisine that feels the four seasons of Kyoto.
We will welcome you in a garden that expresses the atmosphere of the four seasons and is in harmony with nature, and a sukiya-style mansion that marks the time of 100 years.

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