Most of you might have seen Nishiki Market on a guide book - but for those of you who don't have a guide book, this is for you! Nishiki Market is called "Kyoto's kitchen", which obviously tells us that they have really good food. Use this guide to make your Nishiki Market visit unforgettable!
Looking for a place to eat around Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto? Here's a quick guide to Fushimi Inari shrine and restaurants & cafes around the area!
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!
Who doesn't love omurice? It's simple yet delicious and can be prepared in a variety of ways with a variety of toppings and sauces. Kyoto is home to many great restaurants that serve outstanding and uniqe omurice, 6 of which we will introduce here. Enjoy!
While you are visiting Kyoto, you should try having a very traditional and unique experience by having Buddhist monk cuisine in or by a temple. This will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience in Kyoto.
Craving for Japanese food in the traditional city Kyoto? There are actually many kinds of Japanese food and restaurants, so why don’t you go to buffet? You can try variety of Japanese food such as sushi, noodles, tempura, tofu, and so on as much as you can!
Kyoto is a beautiful city with so much to see, explore and eat!! Sometimes you miss bread once in a while or maybe fish for breakfast isn't your thing. Then you should definitely try one of these (or all of these) delicious bakeries when off exploring this beautiful city, Kyoto!
Wagashi means a traditional Japanese dessert. Try some wagashi in the most authentic part of Japan, Kyoto!
Gyutan (牛タン) is one of the Japanese food made from grilled beef tongue originated in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. Gyutan has meaty flavor and unique texture, and is healthier than other meat. Here is a list of best gyutan steaks in Kyoto!
Tempura is a traditional Japanese food you need to try in Japan. It is usually made with seafood and vegetables which are coated with a special batter and then deep-fried. Here is a list of the best restaurants where you can enjoy amazing tempura in Kyoto.