Vegetarian food in Japan!
Vegetarian cuisine in Japan is incredibly flavorful. Whether it is for religious or moral reasons, or simply because it can be delicious too, vegetarian cuisine in Japan is incredible. Although there are still few restaurants compared to a lot of major cities, Japan also has a vegetarian tradition, Shojin Ryori (Monk cuisine), and there also many cuisines serving vegetarian dishes!
Vegetarian food in Japan!
Kyoto is famous for its vegetarian cuisine influenced by the local monk culture. You can try different famous tofu dishes in Kyoto; they are fresh and change seasonally. Have you ever tried homemade sesame tofu? Or Yuba (soy milk bean curd)? These restaurants are great for vegetarians, as you get to try a variety of different tofu dishes. Although you may not be a tofu fan, you definitely need to try these restaurants. You will be impressed by all the delicious dishes that can be made with tofu. And the settings of these restaurants are so calming! Welcome to Kyoto!
Even with all the food diversity around Tokyo, sometimes there's nothing like a big hearty brunch on a Sunday morning. (Especially after a night of drinking hm hm..) Here are the best spots to try brunch around Shibuya.
Yudofu, or hot tofu can even be called as one of the simplest Japanese dishes. Ingredients are tofu, kelp, and water with some dipping sauces like ponzu vinegar. When you want to try some ultimate tofu dish, Kyoto will be the place to visit. This post will introduce 5places where you can enjoy yudofu in Kyoto.
Yuba The Very Popular Japanese Dish...But What Is It? This article will show you what yuba is, how to make it and where to eat it too.
If you're health conscious but are craving ramen, you might hesitate a bit before chowing down all these calories. Sora No Iro's vegan ramen is exactly what you're looking for! It's healthy and damn good!
Kiboko is a wonderful vegan restaurant in the centre of Shinjuku, Tokyo, where you can come eat some healthy food, relax, have a nice glass of wine with your friends or a date.
You don't have to be vegan to enjoy this stylish and beautiful restaurant in chic Minami Aoyama. If you want to enjoy a delicious lunch with your friends or want to have a glass of wine and a nice time over dinner, you should try 8ablish.
The vegetarian boom that is going on in the West is finally starting to catch up in Japan. At a Japanese bistro in Akasaka, Tokyo, called "Nihonnsyunisuruka", they started serving fake meat.
Kyoto is a great place to try vegan cuisine! You should check out these awesome vegan restaurants in Kyoto!