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Four Seasons Kyoto Brasserie
Most international visitors to Kyoto aren't coming here to eat French food, but Japan’s take on foreign cuisine is a right of passage you shouldn’t miss out on. This modern and spacious brasserie opened in 2016 and is situated on a wooden-floor terrace with giant picture windows overlooking the hotel’s 800-year-old ikeniwa pond garden. It’s a romantic setting to splurge on specialties like Konbu-crusted maguro tuna, trout roe, shiso pesto, and smoked duck breast with foie gras and gizzard confit.