NEWS

NOTICE

About opening hours in June

  • June 23rd, we have some changes about opening hours.
    LAST ORDER 16:00
    CLOSE 17:00

CONCEPT

ASPIRATIONS AND PASSION OF
IYEMON SALON KYOTO

Tea, which was brought to Japan by the Zen master Eisai 800 years ago and first planted in a place called Toganoo,
was a beverage originally enjoyed
by the nobility and the warrior class.
The comprehensive practice of chanoyu,
or the tea ceremony, was later formalized by Sen no Rikyu.
In the middle of the Edo period (around the early 18th century), a method was devised for steaming green tea leaves,
and tea-drinking spread to the common people, becoming a central part of the culture of everyday life in Japan.

IYEMON SALON KYOTO was founded here
at Sanjo Karasuma in June of 2008.
Our desire was to carry the rich culture
behind Japan’s world-class tea
into the next generation by presenting it
in the more casual atmosphere of a modern café.
Our ongoing aspiration is to demonstrate
how tea can be the basis for designing a lifestyle,
using the café to offer suggestions for a new way of living.

THREE COMMITMENTS

EVENT

SALON'S EVENT

IYEMON SALON'S TEA CLASSROOM

"Spring Tea Party II"
will be held from April 20 th (Thursday) at 19 o'clock!

IYEMON SALON proposes
a spring tea menu using spring fruit.
While introducing tea-based
drinks and suits that fit them,
You will enjoy each marriage.

  

EVENT

DETAILS

INFORMATION

IYEMON SALON INFORMATION

  • CHISO BLDG. 1F, 80 MIKURA-CHO,
    NISHIIRU, KARASUMA,
    SANJO-DORI, NAKAGYO-KU, KYOTO 604-8166

    OPEN 8:00 ~ CLOSE 23:30
    LAST ORDER
    FOOD/22:30 DRINK/23:00

    For reservations and information,
    call 075-222-1500. 075-222-1500.

  • ACCESS

    A two-minute walk from
    Exit 6 of Karasuma Oike Station
    on the Karasuma and Tozai subway lines.

    Take the Karasuma Subway Line at Kyoto Station
    (served by Shinkansen, JR and Kintetsu lines),
    transfer to the Karasuma Subway Line;
    Karasuma Oike Station is three stops
    (about five minutes) from there.

    Please note that parking for vehicles or
    bicycles is not available.

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