To inspire his culinary inventiveness, the owner-chef visits local farms and collects fresh veggies. Consider the hassun, who, in defiance of the conventional practice of blending foods from both the ocean and the mountains, solely offers vegetables…. Winter root vegetables are cooked to express the warmth of the good earth, while spring sprouting buds are garnished with edible wild plants; summer chilled vegetables are refreshing to both the eye and the palate; autumn chestnuts and mushrooms are the stars of the harvest; and spring sprouting buds are garnished with edible wild plants.
Cuisine Type: Japanese
Address: 908-12 Koyamacho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto, 602-8157, Japan
Phone: +81 75-366-3138
Website: Oryori Mitsuyasu Official Site
Hours: Closed: Sunday
Michelin Stars: 2