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貴船倶楽部 KIBUNE CLUB Kyoto
Japan

貴船倶楽部

節のある杉間伐材、村野藤吾デザインのアンティークチェア、

ネスターマーティン社の薪ストーブと、
窓一面に拡がる貴船の自然が、憩いのひと時をお届けします。
抹茶ラテや珈琲などの飲み物を始め、抹茶パフェ、
わらび餅などの甘味を取り揃えております。
また、10月~5月の期間は、湯葉どんぶりや釜飯など、
和の軽食もご用意しております。

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Copyright: Kudo kenji photograph
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8800x4400
Uploaded: 07/10/2012
Updated: 24/04/2014
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