Kyoto and French Cuisine Restaurant – Sakon

京料理とフレンチのお店「佐近」

Enjoy the Flavor of Kyoto and French
in front of the World Heritage “Ninna-ji”

Located in front of the World Heritage Site, Omuro Ninna-ji Temple, Sakon is the only restaurant privileged for you to savor the fusion and harmony of Kyoto and French cuisine while enjoying the magnificent temple gate and scenery.
In Sakon, we compose individual plates of Kyoto and French cuisine into one course. Kyoto food with wine, French food with sake, to let you enjoy the free combination is Sakonʼs characteristic.

Seasonal Courses

To make ultimate use of seasonal ingredients, our seasonal courses are full of flavors of four seasons.
As our course ingredients change with seasons, please contact us for the details.
* Please make a reservation if you want to have courses for lunch.

“Sakura” Course:Kyoto and French cuisine combination; main dish: fish
¥4,500
“Tachibana” Course:Kyoto and French cuisine combination; main dish: meat
¥5,400
“Yamabuki -Kerria-” Course:Kyoto and French cuisine combination; main dish: abalone steak
¥6,800
“Premium A” Course:Kyoto and French cuisine combination; main dish: fish or meat
¥10,000
“Premium B” Course:Kyoto and French cuisine combination; main dish: abalone steak
¥12,000
“Premium C” Course:Kyoto and French cuisine combination (chief’s special)
¥15,000
  • Whitefish with Kelp-flavored Sushi

    Ha-sun assortment, kelp-flavored sushi, red miso soup, pickled vegetables, and dessert

  • Chirashi Sushi with Sea Eel

    Ha-sun assortment, scattered sushi with sea eel, red miso soup, pickled vegetables

  • Chiarashi Sushi with Conger

    Ha-sun assortment, scattered sushi with conger eel, red miso soup, pickled vegetables

  • * Lunch time: 11:30 ~ 14:30 (last order)
    * The content of dish might vary slightly according to the season.

In addition, menus of separate dish, wine and sake are also available.

Access

2 minutes walk from Omuro-Ninnaji Station of Randen towards Ninna-ji Temple

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Address:
25-37 Omurokomatsunocho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto
Open Hours:
lunch time: 11:30 ~ 15:00 (last order:14:30)
dinner time: 17:00 ~ 20:30 (last order:20:00)
Reservation:
Tel. 075-463-5582
Fax. 075-464-2093
Mail
We accept credit cards.

We accept credit cards.

Holiday:
every Wednesday(open when Wednesday is national holidays)
Parking Area:
available for 3 vehicles (Reservation is required.)
Seats:
1F:
12 table seats,
6 counter seats,
6 hearth seats
2F:
24 temple-side seats,
8 mountain-side seats
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About the World Heritage Site - Ninna-ji Temple

Started building in 886 by Emperor Kōkō and completed in 888 by Emperor Uda, Ninna-ji is a temple in which resided a member of nobility or imperial family.
Having served generations of emperors and royal families after they chose to enter the priesthood, Ninna-ji Temple is considered as the first of high-class temple.
As a witness of the inherit imperial family history, Ninna-ji Temple is also called Omuro Gosho(the place for royal).
In 1994, as one of the cultural properties of the ancient capital Kyoto, Ninna-ji Temple was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, marking its new history.
In Omuro, you can enjoy Kyoto's slowest sakura blooming in spring, red maple leaves in autumn, and other beautiful seasonal ambiance.
In front of Ninna-ji Temple, the Kinukake Road leads to Ryoan-ji Temple and Kinkaku-ji Temple. Nearby, there are Myoushin-ji Temple and Toji-in Temple. Why not take a walk around?
In addition, on the south side of Ninna-ji Temple is Omuro-Ninnaji Station, which makes it convenient to go to Arashiyama and Kitano Tenmangū Shrine.

Ninna-ji Temple