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A great place to go in summer. Over the summer the restaurant in Kibune seat their customers in platforms over the river keeping everyone cooler in a beautiful setting but only Hirobun has Nagashi Somen or Flowing Noodles. After being dropped off by the bus...More
My 14 year old son and I are spending a few weeks in Japan. My son heard about the unique noodle restaurants in the Kibune district so we checked it out. It was a wonderful. Even though we had to wait a while for our...More
Took the train from Kyoto's Sanjo station to Demachiyanagi, change train Eizan railway line and get off at Kibineguchi. Took the local bus and still have to walk for a distance. When you see the shrine, you are almost there. Each person is 1300¥ and...More
It began with a picture on a postcard, then a story from a friend, but it took a while before I learned of the kawadoko dining experience. In Kibune, a small town in the mountains half an hour north of Kyoto, many famous restaurants take...More
We went for the somen. As other reviewers point out it was a long wait. While it's fun catching noodles through the bamboo tubes, the noodles and the dipping sauce are bland. You are really there for the novelty of it all. In hindsight we...More
US$367 - US$431 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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