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貴船 右源太 at Kyoto, Kawadoko Cuisine, UGENTA
Japan

貴船 右源太

Kyoto, Japan’s most photogenic city, simply seems made for the camera’s eye — a good thing, until someone else’s lens nudges its way into your carefully composed shot. Ugenta, however, feels far from the crowds. The two-room ryokan, reached via a twisting mountain road, is close enough for day-long photography sessions in the city, but it still has all the scenic, back-to-nature appeal of a gorgeous little guesthouse in the woods.

5月1日~9月30日は京の夏の風物詩「川床料理」をお楽しみ下さい。
川床の季節には、名物「鮎の塩焼き」と相性の良い、
右源太オリジナル・クラフトビール「SUIGEN」をご用意しています。
「SUIGEN」は、世界一の技術(米WBC、英BIIAにて金賞受賞)を誇る
箕面ブリュワリーに貴船の水を運び込み、無ろ過・非熱処理で1タンク(3000本)のみ製造します。
ベルジャン酵母特有の複雑な風味に柑橘系の爽やかな香りを持たせ、Alc.は8%と少し高めに仕上げています。

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Copyright: Kudo kenji photograph
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 26/06/2013
Updated: 24/04/2014
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Tags: kyoto; kibune; kifune; ugenta; kawadoko
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