Vegetarian's Japan Guide

The Cutest Vegan Temari Sushi at Miyakoyasai Kamo

Miyakoyasai Kamo (都野菜 賀茂) is a restaurant located in Karasuma, Kyoto, that focuses its menu on fresh vegetables sourced locally in Kyoto. Depending on your appetite, the good or bad thing is that it is a you-can-eat-style restaurant.

Important:
→ Please note Miyakoyasai Kamo has removed the Vegan Temari Sushi from its menu.
→ Except for salad dishes and miso soup, most dishes served in the restaurant now contain seafood/meat (extract). As they change their buffet menus daily, there might be a couple of dishes that are vegetarian/vegan on the day. To confirm, you can utilize the phrases in our Essential Japanese Travel Phrases for Vegetarians and Vegans article.

The Vegan Temari Sushi

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If you are strict with your diet, then the Vegan Temari Sushi is definitely something you will want to try!

Not only do they look adorable, but they are also really delicious!!

You can simply pick the sushi up in the morning before you start exploring the great city of Kyoto, so whenever you are hungry, they are there for you to enjoy (=゚ω゚)ノ

Important: Reservation is essential for Vegan Temari Sushi at least 2 days in advance.
→ If you understand and can type in Japanese, click HERE to book through their web inquiry form.
→ If you are not able to reserve through the web inquiry form yourself, let us do it for you! Click HERE to let us know when you want to pick the sushi up, and we will make the reservation for you free of charge!

Dining at Miyakoyasai Kamo

If you aren’t as strict with your diet and can take vegetable dishes containing seafood broth, it is a great place to start your day.

Click HERE for photos of the dishes they serve!

You can also learn some of the useful phrases for vegetarians at restaurants with our Essential Japanese Travel Phrases For Vegetarian article (=゚ω゚)ノ

With just 550 yen, you will be able to enjoy a variety of vegetable dishes from 8 am every day. With a capacity of 40 people at a time, if this number exceeds when you enter the premises, you will be given a number plate and asked to wait until they call out your number.

Tip: On each of the dishes Miyakosasai Kamo serves in its all-you-can-eat buffet, you will find an allergen display next to it. It is a good guide for you to determine whether the dishes that you are about to enjoy are truly vegetarian or vegan.

Miyakoyasai’s Business Hours

Miyakoyasai – Karasuma

Breakfast

  • 8 am – 10 am
    • The last admission is at 9 am, and you will have until 9:15 to grab your food and drinks
  • If there is a queue, they will start giving out number plates from 7 am.

Lunch

  • 10:30 am – 4 pm
    • You will have until 3:30 pm to grab your food and drinks

If the restaurant is full, the time limit of 60 minutes applies.

Dinner

  • 5 pm – 10 pm
    • You will have until 9 pm to grab your food and drinks

If the restaurant is full, the time limit of 80 minutes applies.

Miyakoyasai – Kyoto Station

Lunch

  • 11 am – 3:30 pm
    • You will have until 3 pm to grab your food and drinks

If the restaurant is full, the time limit of 60 minutes applies.

Dinner

  • 4:30 pm – 10 pm
    • You will have until 9 pm to grab your food and drinks

If the restaurant is full, the time limit of 80 minutes applies.

Prices for Both Restaurant

Breakfast

550 yen (only at Karasuma)

Lunch

→ Adult: 1,000 yen for weekdays and1,020 yen for weekends and public holidays
→ Elementary school students: 500 yen
→ From 2 years old onwards to children before entering elementary school: 300 yen

Dinner

→ Adult: 1,400 yen for weekdays and 1,550 yen for weekends and public holidays
→ Elementary school students: 700 yen
→ From 2 years old onwards to children before entering elementary school: 400 yen

Drink Bar – All You Can Drink

→ Soft drinks: 300 yen
→ Alcohol + soft drink: 980 yen

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