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List arranged by year of establishment of the shop

 

The number on the left is the year of establishment, and  () is a specialty or branch.

 

Chronological table

 

1000  Kazusuke Ichimonji Japanese sweet shop (Aburi Mochi)

 

Muromachi Period (1336 – 1573)

 

1421 Kameya Mutsu Japanese sweets (Matsukaze)

1469-1487 Daitokuji Ikkyu Japanese food (Daitokuji natto, Daitokuji fu)

1540 NEZAME-YA (grilled sparrow chicken, inarizushi)

1336 – 1573 Nakamura-rou Japanese cuisine (tofu dengaku)

 

Azuchi-Momoyama period (Tensho era, 1573 – 1592)

 

1573 – 1592 Yagi Family(Kyoto Tsuruya Tsurujuan Japanese sweet shop (Tonsho Mochi))

Tensho…A year during the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1573-1592), during the reigns of Emperors Ogi-machi and Goyozei.
28 July 1573 – 8 December 1592.    Source: Kotobank

 

Edo Period (1603-1867)

 

1624 Warajiya (eel hot pot and eel porridge)

1635 Okutan (hot tofu)

1637 Kazariya Sweet Shop (Aburi Mochi)

1642 Ayu no yado Tsutaya (sweetfish)

1652-1655 Matsuya Tokiwa Japanese sweets (Miso Matsukaze)

1659 Harise Japanese Cuisine

1682 Awamochidokoro Sawaya Japanese sweet shop

1703 Hara ryokaku (spice)

1688-1704 Imobo Hiranoya Japanese food (Pacific cod)

1705 Shoei-do (incense)

1716 Sasaya Iori Japanese sweet shop (Dorayaki)

1769? around 1769 Matsuya Tobei Japanese sweets (Matsukaze)

1781 Izu Japanese food (sushi with mackerel)

1787 Started rice business (Hachidaime Gihei Japanese food)

1803 Tsuruya yoshinobu Japanese sweet shop (Yuzu Mochi)

1803 Kameya yoshinaga Japanese sweet shop (ubadama)

1804 Kamesuehiro Japanese sweets

1804-1830? Fuuka Japanese sweet shop (fu rice cake)

1837 Hyoutei Japanese food (morning congee, Hyoutei eggs)

1830-43 Murakamijyu (pickles)

1831-45 Suehiro (sushi with mackerel)

1849 Saami (Japanese food)

1855 Nishijin uoshin Japanese Cuisine

1855-60 Morika (Tofu)

1856 Shimogamo Saryo Japanese Cuisine

1861 Sanmikoan Japanese food (Japanese buckwheat noodles)

1866 Kanesyou (Eel)

 

Meiji era (1868-1912)

 

Beginning of Meiji era? Kinnabe (Japanese paper stew)

1869 Moritaya Japanese food (meat)

1871 Izusen Japanese food (vegetarian food)

1872 Jinbadou Japanese sweets (rice cake)

1882 Takocho Japanese food (oden)

1883 Morita Himuro (PageOne shaved ice)

1887 Kinmata Japanese food

1887 Igarashi (blowfish)

1890 Toriyasu (chicken)

1896 Murin-an (Former Aritomo Yamagata’s villa)

1896 Torihisa (Japanese chicken stew)

1897 Toyokeya Yamamoto (Toyoke tea house, tofu)

1897 Imanishi-ken (Ohagi)

1899 Rokusei Japanese Cuisine (Japanese hand bucket lunch boxes)

1897 Capital Toyo-Tei (Western food (hamburger steak))

1899 Shichifuku-do Rouho (Japanese sweets)

1900 Nakaseii as Meat Broker (Nakaseii Nikuzuki: aged meat)

1901 Bunnosukechaya Sweet shop (sweet sake)

1902 Itsuji no kelp

1904 Gihon Manyo-ken Western food (French)

1904 Sushi Otowa Japanese food (mushi-sushi)

1907 Murakami Kaishindo Western sweet shop (Russian cake)

1908 Oimatsu Kitano branch Japanese sweets (Japanese sweet)

Arashiyama branch where you can eat and drink in the store

1909 Yaosada (Gohan-dokoro Yaosada, mainly fish set meals)

1910 Kaiseitei Western-style restaurant

1912 Izugyu Japanese Cuisine (Sushi with mackerel)

Unknown establishment Eisho-tei Japanese food (Japanesebuckwheat noodles)

 

Taisho era (1912-1926)

 

1914 Kasagiya Japanese sweet shop

1914 Imasa Japanese food (mainly catering)

1915 Kaiyotei Western food (teriyaki sauce)

1916 Syougetsu Japanese confectionery

1918 Hatakaku Japanese food (botan nabe(wild boar))

1922 Kamo Mitarashi a Sweet cafe (Mitarashi dango(skewered rice dumplings in a sweet soy glaze))

1923 Inafuku (grilled chicken with sparrows)

End of Taisho era? Kirintei Western-style restaurant (beef hot pot)

 

Showa era (1926-1989)

 

1920 Kikuya Japanese food (tempura)

1928 Tankuma Kitaten Honten Japanese food

1933 Tenki Japanese food (tempura)

1934 Francois Western sweet shop

1938 Shinpuku saikan Ramen

1940 Mitamaya Japanese sweets (Dumplings covered with honey made from brown sugar)

1945 Toriiwaro Japanese food (chicken)

1945 Tokasaikan Chinese food

1950 Seizan Soudo (tofu dishes)

1967 Hirokawa Japanese food (eel)

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