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On October 31st, a new awesome bar/restaurant concept will open in Kyoto. It is a fusion between Spanish bars and Japanese bars, and you will be able to try tons of different restos under one roof!
When you are visiting the beautiful city of Kyoto, a good option for lunch or dinner is yakiniku (Japanese-style BBQ) because the city has numerous excellent restaurants. There are so many that it might be difficult to choose which one to go to. Here are some highly-regarded places you should consider when you'll be faced with the difficult task of choosing your yakiniku restaurant!
The famous Tsujiri brand is now making a matcha-flavored yatsuhashi, a type of wagashi (traditional Japanese dessert) that is basically a rice dumpling stuffed with red bean paste and folded in a triangular shape. This type of wagashi is available in various flavors. Yatsuhashi has the perfect amount of chewiness and goes perfectly with green tea.
From September 1st, Starbucks is releasing a new line of frappuccinos and teas a limited time. The first one in the line up is the is the Grapy Grape & Tea Jelly Frappuccino®, a cool combination of fruit and tea jelly! Find out more...
In fashionable Daikanyama, you can find a beautiful brewery waiting for you to step in with friends or a date! But really though, is there anything better really than having a delicious crisp beer outside on a scorching hot Tokyo summer day? This craft beer restaurant even has some branches in Yokohama and Kyoto!
You've probably never ever thought of going to a bar that serves up food from a can, but in Japan this idea is not totally out of the ordinary. Mr. Kanso is a quirky canned food bar with character to match. With now over 50 locations across Japan, it's not only super popular but probably now worthy of one thing for the bucket list!
Cafe Bibliotic Hello! is a cafe with a relaxing atmosphere with a bakery and a wall of books! Check out the most cozy cafe in Kyoto!
Sightseeing in Kyoto? You definitely need to buy Kyoto's specialty souvenirs before you leave! There are not only matcha green tea stuffs, but also a variety of delicious and traditional treats you can buy only in Kyoto. Here is a list of snacks and candies (and shops information) you should bring back to your home.