Restaurant Yoshinogawa with Annex Busekian

The Yoshino River and trees that change its appearance with each of the four seasons spread in front of and just below the restaurant.
The restaurant has been serving traditional tastes rooted in Nara Gojo for 40 years since its foundation.

Customers can see the Yoshino River from either Yoshinogawa or its Annex Busekian.

Customers can see the Yoshino River from either Yoshinogawa or its Annex Busekian.

Customers can see the Yoshino River from either Yoshinogawa or its Annex Busekian.

Customers can see the Yoshino River from either Yoshinogawa or its Annex Busekian.

Scenery

Enjoy the superb view.

Scenery

The large window overlooks the clear stream of the Yoshino River, and customers can enjoy the beautiful scenery that changes its appearance with each of the four seasons.
Color

Feel the transition of the four seasons.

Color

Customers can enjoy the scenery that changes its appearance with the four seasons showing cherry trees in full bloom in spring, fresh greenery in summer, red leaves in autumn, and snow in winter, along with the murmuring of the stream of the Yoshino River.
Tradition

Surrounded by a spacial history and historic events in the past.

Tradition

Eisan-ji Temple is located close to the Yoshino River. The Octagon Hall, which is a traditional building in the Nara period, and the temple bell of Eisan-ji Temple are both designated national treasures.
Although the colored painting on the ceiling is extensively flaking, it is a designated important cultural property.

Enjoy the taste of local produce born from the earth.

Enjoy the taste of local produce born from the earth.

Notice

05.01.2012:The Bamboo Shoot Menu of April started.

Concept of the establishment

Under the concept of local production for local consumption, the restaurant serves seasonal dishes using local ingredients, including a bamboo shoot menu in spring, sweet fish menu in summer, persimmon menu in autumn, and soymilk pot menu in winter. Furthermore, customers can enjoy Kaiseki (a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner) mainly using seasonal mountainous ingredients as well as ingredients from the river.

Information on the establishment

NameRestaurant Yoshinogawa with Annex Busekian
Location449-1 Kojima-cho, Gojo-shi
Tel.0747-23-0123
Open11:00 AM to 8:00 PM
ClosedWednesday
Number of seats84 dining seats/5 private rooms
Parking capacity30 cars
ReservationAcceptable (Reservations required for Busekian)
RestroomYes
Websitehttp://www.yoshino-gawa.jp/

Bamboo Shoot Menu

Description:
Spring-flavored Bamboo Shoots
Enjoy just-harvested local bamboo shoots.
Locally grown ingredients in Nara Prefecture
Bamboo shoots, strawberries, buds, rape blossom, edible wild plants, etc.

Bamboo Shoot Menu

Ayu (Sweet Fish) Kaiseki

Description:
Enjoy the cuisine that uses plenty of sakuraayu (sweet fish caught in the clear stream of the Yoshino River). The Ayu Yuzen (a simpler sweet fish course) is available as well.
Locally grown ingredients in Nara Prefecture Sweet fish, small eggplant, river crab, noodles, persimmon sherbet, etc.

Ayu (Sweet Fish) Kaiseki

Persimmon Kaiseki

Description:
This creative cuisine is unique to Gojo, a place referred to as a village of persimmons.
The Kaki Yuzen (a simpler persimmon course) is available as well.
Locally grown ingredients in Nara Prefecture
Dried persimmon, persimmon, Japanese parsley, tofu skin, and brown beech mushrooms

Persimmon Kaiseki

Soymilk Pot

Description:
The Soymilk Pot is a body-friendly healthy pot using carefully selected ingredients, including Yamato chicken and locally grown vegetables.
Locally grown ingredients in Nara Prefecture
Yamato chicken, brown beech mushrooms, Japanese parsley, kuzu noodles, Chinese cabbage, garland chrysanthemum, Japanese radish, soymilk, and grilled tofu

Soymilk Pot