Dining

Park Hyatt Kyoto offers unique and diverse culinary experiences in the heart of Higashiyama Hills from both East and West, with a focus on local, seasonal ingredients of the highest quality. Our guests may enjoy breathtaking views of the famous Yasaka Pagoda from our Signature Restaurant and Bar during day or night, or savor authentic, traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine in the family-run Kyoyamato, taking in sunset at one of its historic teahouses.


Signature Restaurant
Park Hyatt Kyoto Signature Restaurant
The Signature Restaurant's modern, innovative teppan style grill highlights fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from select, local farmers in Kyoto, the Kansai region and beyond. Guests may enjoy breathtaking views of the famous Yasaka Pagoda, complemented by our sommelier's selection of premium wines and sake.
The Signature Restaurant's modern, innovative teppan style grill highlights fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from select, local farmers in Kyoto, the Kansai region and beyond. Guests may enjoy breathtaking views of the famous Yasaka Pagoda, complemented by our sommelier's selection of premium wines and sake.
The Signature Restaurant's modern, innovative teppan style grill highlights fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from select, local farmers in Kyoto, the Kansai region and beyond. Guests may enjoy breathtaking views of the famous Yasaka Pagoda, complemented by our sommelier's selection of premium wines and sake.
Kyoyamato
The stone steps of the old garden lead to Kyoyamato, a traditional ryotei and culinary institution serving authentic, seasonally-inspired kaiseki cuisine that dates back to 1877, during Japan's Meiji Era. Kyoyamato, a family-run business which has persisted for six generations, consists of several historic buildings including "Soyotei," a storied teahouse from the Edo Era, a private room where feudal warlords would secretly meet. 
The stone steps of the old garden lead to Kyoyamato, a traditional ryotei and culinary institution serving authentic, seasonally-inspired kaiseki cuisine that dates back to 1877, during Japan's Meiji Era. Kyoyamato, a family-run business which has persisted for six generations, consists of several historic buildings including "Soyotei," a storied teahouse from the Edo Era, a private room where feudal warlords would secretly meet. 
The stone steps of the old garden lead to Kyoyamato, a traditional ryotei and culinary institution serving authentic, seasonally-inspired kaiseki cuisine that dates back to 1877, during Japan's Meiji Era. Kyoyamato, a family-run business which has persisted for six generations, consists of several historic buildings including "Soyotei," a storied teahouse from the Edo Era, a private room where feudal warlords would secretly meet. 
Dining Café
Park Hyatt Kyoto Dining Café
The Dining Café features international and Japanese comfort foods crafted à la minute in the show kitchen, with ingredients personally sourced by our chefs. Offering breakfast, lunch and early dinner, our Dining Café offers sophisticated yet simple dishes, all served in unique earthenware created by Asahiyaki, a local pottery master with a heritage of over 400 years based in Uji, south of Kyoto. Enjoy a locally roasted coffee or a Kyoto craft beer with your meal while overlooking the charming pedestrian streets and shops of Ninen-zaka. 
The Dining Café features international and Japanese comfort foods crafted à la minute in the show kitchen, with ingredients personally sourced by our chefs. Offering breakfast, lunch and early dinner, our Dining Café offers sophisticated yet simple dishes, all served in unique earthenware created by Asahiyaki, a local pottery master with a heritage of over 400 years based in Uji, south of Kyoto. Enjoy a locally roasted coffee or a Kyoto craft beer with your meal while overlooking the charming pedestrian streets and shops of Ninen-zaka. 
The Dining Café features international and Japanese comfort foods crafted à la minute in the show kitchen, with ingredients personally sourced by our chefs. Offering breakfast, lunch and early dinner, our Dining Café offers sophisticated yet simple dishes, all served in unique earthenware created by Asahiyaki, a local pottery master with a heritage of over 400 years based in Uji, south of Kyoto. Enjoy a locally roasted coffee or a Kyoto craft beer with your meal while overlooking the charming pedestrian streets and shops of Ninen-zaka. 
The Living Room
Park Hyatt Kyoto Living Room
The Living Room is the heart and hearth of our guesthouse in Higashiyama Hills. Designed to make one feel at home, The Living Room is where guests start their day with an authentic Japanese breakfast expertly prepared by Kyoyamato, or enjoy a light lunch or afternoon tea. Naturally lit with lounge-like seating, this space is the perfect setting for quiet contemplation or a meditative moment any time of day. 
The Living Room is the heart and hearth of our guesthouse in Higashiyama Hills. Designed to make one feel at home, The Living Room is where guests start their day with an authentic Japanese breakfast expertly prepared by Kyoyamato, or enjoy a light lunch or afternoon tea. Naturally lit with lounge-like seating, this space is the perfect setting for quiet contemplation or a meditative moment any time of day. 
The Living Room is the heart and hearth of our guesthouse in Higashiyama Hills. Designed to make one feel at home, The Living Room is where guests start their day with an authentic Japanese breakfast expertly prepared by Kyoyamato, or enjoy a light lunch or afternoon tea. Naturally lit with lounge-like seating, this space is the perfect setting for quiet contemplation or a meditative moment any time of day. 
Bar
Park Hyatt Kyoto Bar
The Bar at Park Hyatt Kyoto has a magical setting overlooking the expanse of Kyoto and its mountains, anchored by the famous Yasaka Pagoda in center. Our guests may enjoy the view, especially dramatic during sunset, while appreciating handcrafted cocktails and drinks masterfully prepared by our team of bartenders.
The Bar at Park Hyatt Kyoto has a magical setting overlooking the expanse of Kyoto and its mountains, anchored by the famous Yasaka Pagoda in center. Our guests may enjoy the view, especially dramatic during sunset, while appreciating handcrafted cocktails and drinks masterfully prepared by our team of bartenders.
The Bar at Park Hyatt Kyoto has a magical setting overlooking the expanse of Kyoto and its mountains, anchored by the famous Yasaka Pagoda in center. Our guests may enjoy the view, especially dramatic during sunset, while appreciating handcrafted cocktails and drinks masterfully prepared by our team of bartenders.