Arashiyama is a beautiful area in West Kyoto that is very popular among tourists from all over the world. This article will introduce some nice places for lunch in Arashiyama, where you can enjoy a relaxed lunch for a quick break from touring around and walking.
Kyoto is a region in Japan famous for their vegetables, tofu, seafood, and many ingredients. If you want to enjoy some grilled teppanyaki dishes of these ingredients as well as great Wagyu Beef in Kyoto, check this article out for the hottest teppanyaki restaurants in Kyoto!
One of the most popular, traditional and famous festivals in Japan is called Gion Matsuri, which is a summer festival held in Kyoto where they parade with Japanese traditional float called Yamaboko. Let's figure out more together!
Chef Motokichi Yukimura has elevated the omelette-rice dish of Japan - called omurice - to a virtual work of art! His restaurant Kichi Kichi in Kyoto makes his signature dish See it right before your eyes. See the fluffy omelette burst beautifully over the rice under Motokichi's precision cut!
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.
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!
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.