Bajarbol started as a small restaurant located at the back of a building on Teramachi Nijo. Without friends or credit, my friends and I started this humble project. I had no carpentry skills nor management know-how, but I built the restaurant, along with my friends, with the simple dream of “just entertaining people” with the barest of cooking techniques.
If we cannot get a smile from our customers, despite our best efforts at restaurant management: planning, carpentry, purchasing, cooking, and serving, then our business is without meaning. Each and every staff member has to make effort and find the best way to bring a smile to our customer’s face. We can’t provide good service or good technique, if we only work for our own benefit.
Getting along starts with the belief that “I want to work with friends at making a great company with lots of smiles.” That is Bajarbol.
president KINOSHITA Kiyotaka
- Restaurant Management
- Import and sales of fine European wines and ingredients
- Planning & production of various cultural events, seminars, & classes
- Other duties related to these items
We undertake to support our employees’ families’ happiness as we contribute to the happiness of our customers.
- Advance the status of all people related to the restaurant industry.
- Create an environment that instills a sense of pride in service industry workers.
- Emphasize the importance of continuing to challenge oneself.
- Be aware that nothing is more important than maintaining mutual trust with customers.
- Make the best team born from mutual trust between teammates.
- Make a company that is loved by customers and society.
- Acquire the techniques and behaviors that result in SMILES.
1998 July 1st Parent Restaurant - La Masa established
Exquisite offerings of seafood focused Spanish cuisine. An intimate restaurant, with tables for 12 and counter seating for 6, where you can enjoy dining while talking with our friendly staff in a homelike atmosphere.
2006 February 10th EL FOGON established
Enjoy mouth watering Spanish dishes featuring succulent Okinawan AGU pork.
1st floor: Drop by and refresh yourself at our counter bar with a glass of your favorite.
2nd floor: Iberian tapas and full course meals in our relaxing dining space.
El Fogon fuses a traditional Kyoto “machiya” or “town house” with Spanish décor.
2008 February 14th La Gallega established
Redesigned & opened in February 2011, it’s menu presents more than 10 kinds of paella at any time!! The standing bar offers 300 yen drinks and tapas. Reasonable dining that any demographic can enjoy. Must see flamenco shows are held once a month!
It is currently closed.
2008 May 1st Bajarbol Co. Corporate established
2008 December 25th FUIGO established
The specialty of this intimate 2nd floor restaurant are <BROCHETTA>: roasted skewered delicacies! Decorated with Spanish tiles & iron, the atmosphere is absolutely Spanish!!
It is currently closed.
2010 October “Popularizing Paella”
[ Popularizing Paella ] is our goal, as all of our restaurants now serve more than 6 kinds of
paella at any time!! From a familiar paella which you can cook easily at home to a special
paella which you can only eat at restaurants, it's our sincere desire to make day-to-day
progress to help you feel that paella is a familiar food.
Bajarbol’s paella restaurant,Barraca, opened in June 2016.
Using a fragrant variety of fresh ingredients, Barraca’s paella is truly a sensation of tastes. Come and join us at Barraca, a new experience brought to you by Bajarbol.
15-16 Mibunakagawacho, Nakagyoku, Kyoto 6048863 Japan
Tel : +81 (0) 75-406-5539
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish Seafood Restaurant La masa
|Address||446 Wakabayashi Bldg 1F Myomanjimaecho, Nakagyoku, Kyoto 6040932 Japan|
|TEL||+81 (0) 75-255-6093|
Spanish char-grill Restaurant EL FOGON
|Address||380 Kameyacho, Nakagyoku, Kyoto 6040941 Japan|
|TEL||+81 (0) 75-221-5517|
Paella Restaurant Barracca
|Address||78 Yanagihachimancho, Nakagyoku, Kyoto 6048101 Japan|
|TEL||+81 (0) 75-256-8731|