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[Restaurant/Bar] Kyo-ryori Rokusei

[Business hours] Tue -Fri: 11:30-14:00, 17:00-21:00 (entry up to 19:30)
[Hols] Mon (open if Nat Hol)

  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets
  • Guide Dogs
External appearance

External appearance

  • Japanese Food
This restaurant was established in 1899, and serves Kyoto cuisine and kaiseki ryori.
The second chef to succeed to this restaurant dreamt up the idea of using traditional tofu containers as actual lunchboxes, giving way to the "teoke-bento" that is now the famed dish here.
Besides the above, there are varied menus that are changed monthly, so that guests can enjoy various Kyoto cuisines. What is more, close by there a soufflé specialist – the only one in Kyoto - near by that serves such delightful soufflés that the predecessor to Rokusei adored them.
Best to avoid spring and autumn, and dine at this restaurant at a quieter time, calling in advance if you have any special requirements. (Reviewed in November 2011)

Message from Restaurant
If you contact us in advance, we will do our best to assist you to ensure an enjoyable meal at our restaurant. So, if you are in the Okazaki area sightseeing, please do join us. (Horiba, proprietor) (Month checked: 2018.Dec, )
Location 71 Okazaki Nishitennou-cho Sakyo-ku,Kyoto, 606-8341
Tel 075-751-6171
Fax 075-761-6172
Homepage http://www.rokusei.co.jp
Access Higashiyama Subway Sta.: Alight and 10-min walk, City Bus No. 100 or No. 5Okazaki Koen/Bijutsukan,Heian Jingu-mae Alight and walk 7min
Remarks
[Parking] 7 vehicles
[Wheelchair marked parking] None
[Services] Guide dog OK/High chair for children/Bookings and inquiries by phone or Fax
[Entrance] Automatic doors
[Remarks] 1 manual wheelchair available
Recommended dishes One of the recommendations here would have to be the "Teoke-Bento" (pail lunchbox).
The "pail" is filled with delights, such as chopped fish, egg roll, skewers, pumpkin, snow peas, grilled fish and lots more. The ingredients change with the seasons, so revisiting is a seasonal delight.
Barrier info The restaurant entrance is near a flagstone-paved road with an gentle incline
Just before the front entrance there is a crossroads, the road to the left has steps, so the one on the right is for wheelchair users. Along the way there are gaps between the flagstones and some unevenness, but if you ask a staff member for assistance, it should be easy. Wheelchair friendly entrance has an automatic door that opens to the left and 77cm wide. Inside, there is an elevator (80cm opening). The recommendation for wheelchair users is to go to the 1BFl "Hiei-no-ma" room (Table seating with leg room of 64cm). There are 56 seats (max of 70).
Note that the 1Fl table seating (leg room of 64cm) has 40 seats. And, the 2Fl has tatami mat flooring, but the step up is too high for wheelchair users.
Toilet info Each floor of this restaurant has gender specific toilets. It also has a single wheelchair friendly toilet, with a door that pulls open and has an opening of 90cm. The toilet basin is on the right side and has a fixed handrail. The toilet paper holder and flush button are on the right as you sit on the toilet.
Wheelchair friendly entrance

Wheelchair friendly entrance

Elevator in facility

Elevator in facility

1BFl Hieinoma room

1BFl Hieinoma room

1Fl corner seating

1Fl corner seating

2Fl Tatami mat seating

2Fl Tatami mat seating

Teoke Lunchbox

Teoke Lunchbox

!BFl wheelchair friendly toilet

!BFl wheelchair friendly toilet

«About the Premises on this Homepage»
The restaurants and bars introduced here have all shown eager support for the outlook of this homepage – however, they are not strictly validated as barrier free premises. In fact, some of them do not even have barrier free facilities, but if a wheelchair user is accompanied by someone, the premises in question also will make an effort to help, in order for any guests to enjoy a meal or a drink, which is why we introduce such premises here. Nevertheless, we do recommend that you contact any premise you wish to go to in advance.

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