Nezameya - Best local restaurants near Kyoto Fushimi Inari Shrine

Restaurant: Nezameya 祢ざめ家(ねざめや)
Phone: 075-641-0802
Address: 82-1, Fukakusa Inari Onmaecho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Nearest Station: Inari Station
Open Hour: 9:00 - 18:00
Close: No fixed holiday
[Lunch] 1,000 yen - 1,999 yen,
Credit Card: N.A
Seats: 90 seats (40 seats on 1F and 50 seats on 2F)


Nezameya was founded over 450 years ago well known for its roasted sparrows and quails.  They are, in fact, one of those rare dishes you do not usually encouter in your daily lives on your dining table (not even the locals do not dare to eat sparrows and quails).  But what makes it great is that they taste unexpectedly delicious unlike those odd stuffs that look awful as well as taste awful.  If you are willing to expose yourself into different culture to experience something new, give it a try!  Meanwhile, the standard dish like unagi rice bowl (Japanese eel) that you can see them being roasted in front of the entrance with the alluring smell is also exceptional.  

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 120m, 1 mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : Inari Station Main Exit

・Steps to follow : 1 - 5


Let's start your way from Inari Station Main Exit.

1. When you come out from the station, make a left turn to start your way.  


2. Make sure to see an entrance to Fushimi Inari Shrine to your right.  

3. Walk straight for about 110m.  You will make a left turn at the 1st street.  

4. Make a left turn at the 1st street.  

5. After making a left turn, you will find your destination right away in less than 10m to your left.  


The restaurant locates at the corner.  

6. Enjoy your meal at Nezameya 祢ざめ家(ねざめや)!

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