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La Locanda

La Locanda

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La Locanda uses the finest quality ingredients from around the world. The restaurant provides traditional Italian cooking in a sublime and modern style.

La Locanda also features a unique and impressive private room which was once the townhouse of Denzaburo Fujita, founder of the Fujita industrial group. Called the Ebisugawa-tei and once a two-story villa, the 1907 structure was re-assembled as a private dining room and preserved as a spiritual space. It contains wood material that is over 700 years old and is impossible to find anywhere else in the world - another nod to preserving the cultural heritage of Kyoto.

Opening hours

Lunch: Tuesday - Sunday 12:00 am - 15:30 pm   (Last order 14:30 pm)

Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday 18:00 pm - 21:30 pm   (Last order 20:30 pm)

*Dinner is closed every Sunday 

*Lunch and dinner are closed every Monday


Number of seats

Main Dining Area: 58 seats

Semi-private dining area: 26 seats

Private Dining Area:

- Goten-no-ma: 8 seats

- Chidori-no-ma: 6 seats

*Dress code: casual elegance

*All seats are non-smoking

La Locanda

La Vetrina Della Boutique

Within this open kitchen space, an array of delectable desserts including cakes, macarons, and other irresistible treats are expertly crafted before the discerning eyes of La Locanda patrons by talented pastry chefs from Pierre Hermé Paris.



Originally the esteemed residence of Denzaburo Fujita, the visionary behind the Fujita industrial group, this wood-panelled dining room exudes timeless elegance. Dating back to 1908, the room has undergone meticulous restoration, transforming it into a distinctive dining venue. Here, private parties can savor Italian delicacies amidst a captivating traditional Japanese ambiance.