京料理 料理旅館 鶴清 200帖大広間, 200quire Banquet...
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京料理 料理旅館 鶴清 200帖大広間, 200quire Banquet hall,TSURUSE,Kyoto.

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〒600-8017
京都市下京区木屋町五条上ル
TEL:075-351-8518

営業時間
昼  11:30~14:00(最終入店)
夜  16:30~20:00(最終入店)

義経、弁慶ゆかりの五条大橋のたもと、鴨川の清流に影を写す壮大な楼閣が、料理旅館「鶴清」です。
激動の昭和初期に築造された当館は、木造3階建・総檜造りというずいぶんハイカラな歴史を今に残しております。
鴨川をへだてて東山のなだらかな連峰を望むその静かなたたずまいは、そのまま京の趣きのすべてなのです。

京料理 鴨川納涼床 鶴清

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