町家をリノベーションした町家ばる Machiya Bar that was renovated Traditional house
Machiya (町屋/町家?) are traditional wooden townhouses found throughout Japan and typified in the historical capital of Kyoto. Machiya (townhouses) and nōka (farm dwellings) constitute the two categories of Japanese vernacular architecture known as minka (folk dwellings). Machiya originated as early as the Heian period and continued to develop through to the Edo period and even into theMeiji period. Machiya housed urban merchants and craftsmen, a class collectively referred to aschōnin (townspeople). The word machiya is written using two kanji: machi (町) meaning “town”, andya (家 or 屋) meaning “house” (家) or “shop” (屋) depending on the kanji used to express it.
おばんざい What's Obanzai
Recipes passed down through the generations feature seasonal ingredients.
Here, we can find a wide range of cuisine from kuge ryori and yushoku ryori (aristocrat's dishes), shojin ryori, (Buddhist vegetarian dishes) to kaiseki ryori, (refined style of cooking originating in the art of tea ceremony), and obanzai for the masses.
レディーKAGAがいます。There are Lady KAGA.
There are the famous "Lady KAGA" here. She is a real Yamatonadeshiko. Please come to see me.We'll be expecting you.
アクセスマップ / Access Map
町屋ばる 山水悠 Machiya bar SANSUIYU
石川県小松市東町111 / 111 Higashi-machi, Komatsu-city, Ishikawa, Japan
電話 / Telephone：070-5149-1110