Located in the center of Kyoto city, discover a pure Japanese-style building with an elegant appearance and a beautiful garden that will make you forget the hustle and bustle of the city.
Spend a unforgettable moment at the Kubo Family Residence (former Imao Keinen Residence), a tangible cultural property that has been preserved for over 100 years.
Imao Keitoshi was a Japanese-style painter of the Shijo school who was active from the Meiji era to the Taisho era in Japan. While working on rough sketches for textiles, he excelled at colorful bird-and-flower paintings, and his realistic style became famous over Japan.
At the 18th year of the Meiji Era (1885), he exhibited « One Hundred Varieties of Remaining Things » and was awarded the first gold medal. His most emblematic work is Nanzenji temple’s « Unryu-zu »painting.
Discover our special spring and cherry blossom limited special menu called 「sakura hanawarabi」 with cherry blossoms confined in our rice cakes.
Just one bite in this beautiful sweet and the delicate scent of cherry blossom will bloom in your mouth for a unique hanami experience.
Enjoy delicious modern style rice cake full of colorful edible flowers called hanararabi.
Our warabimochi have a crystal clear transparent texture thanks to their unique formulation, and are characterized by a smooth and refreshing texture. You can enjoy hana (flower) warabimochi with homemade brown sugar syrup and domestic soybean flour.
Discover our traditional Japanese duck rice porridge called kamogayu.
Our «kishu » duck has grown freely in Ota poultry farm in Yuasa, Wakayama Prefecture. We take a special care to enhance its flavor by cooking it slowly at low temperature. We also cook rice porridge with our duck stock rich flavor to add deliciousness to this healthy meal.
11:00 – 14:00 | 17:30 – 19:00
8:00 – 14:00 | 17:30 – 20:00
bring a piece of the Rokujuan delicacy at home and enjoy a moment of calm and sweetness with this hanawarabi mochi box. Limited stock, so it is recommend to reserve in advance.
tel. 075 746 5927
From December 2nd to 30th, a solo exhibition of Roland Hagenberg's work will be held at Rokujuan. The theme is “KOWAKU Fascination/Seduction", exploring the concept of beauty that attracts and confuses people's hearts. We also have merchandise such as postcards and books. Don't miss this opportunity to see the collaboration between contemporary art and traditional architecture.
On weekends and holidays from 8:00 am, and weekdays from 11:00 we added our duck rice porridge on our morning menu (until 2:00 pm). How about having a luxurious breakfast while gazing out at a beautiful Japanese garden in a building that has been registered as a Japanese national tangible cultural property? You can also enjoy duck rice porridge on weekdays from 17:30 to 20:00.
From 4/16 (Sun), we will be open for dinner from 17:30 to 21:00 (last order at 20:00). Dinner menu is our original rice porridge using Kishu duck from the Wakayama Prefecture. Our duck is carefully selected and cooked at low temperature. You can also enjoy rare parts of duck and tasty pairings with spices and chutneys. A must try for duck lovers!
We are now fully open. Come and visit us anytime from 11:00 to 18:00 on weekdays (except on Wednesday) and 11:00 to 19:00 on weekends! We are looking forward to your visit!
We have chosen our noren for the store that means that we will soon be opened for good. We are waiting for your visit on March for the grand opening!
We are open for one month of pre-open period in February. Our menu is limited to our speciality, the new classic hanawarabi mochi.
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WEEKDAY 11:00 – 20:00
WEEKEND 8:00 – 21:00
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