Shin­tori Teams Up with Kin­mata from Ky­oto

The China Post - - SPORTS -

This July, Tai­wan’s pi­o­neer of Kaiseki Cui­sine (懷石料理) , Shin­tori (新都里), will team up with Ky­oto’s 214 years old Kin­mata (京都近又) Ja­panese Res­tau­rant and Inn, to bring the joint cui­sine of these two restau­rants!

Kin­mata’s 8th gen­er­a­tion suc­ces­sor, Ukai Eishin (鵜飼英信 ), son of cur­rent inn- keeper and head chef, Ukai Haruji (鵜飼智二) is cur­rently in Taipei to work with Shin­tori in prepa­ra­tion for the July feast.

Yet, this spe­cial of­fer is not only lim­ited to cui­sine, but also to flo­ral ar­range­ment and arts. Ukai Ma­sumi (鵜飼真澄), wife to Ukai Haruji and mother to Ukai Eishin, will de­sign the din­ing space of Shin­tori to give gourmets a more au­then­tic taste of a tra­di­tional Ky­oto at­mos­phere.

The re­sult­ing set menu, July, Ky­oto Kaiseki Set Meal (七夕,京懷石套餐) will start on July 7 and will cost NT $3,800 plus a 10-per­cent ser­vice charge.

For more info, please visit www.shin­tori.com.tw

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