- Posts tagged by Kyoto. I hope you can find your favorite restaurants!
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!
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!
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.
Starbucks in Kyoto has traditional feels that makes you forget that you are in Starbucks. With Kyoto's authentic Japanese buildings and atmosphere, it just makes everything really special. Starbucks Japan decided to open their branch that provides brand new Starbucks experience that is only available in this city.
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!
Planning a visit to Kinkakuji temple, or the so-called golden pavilion? Check out this article for information about restaurants nearby the temple!
You may think Starbucks is the same everywhere, but actually, there are many concept stores in Japan. You will be shocked to see these beautifully designed Starbucks!! This article will introduce the top 6 Starbucks concept stores in Japan!
Kyoto is home to many Japanese traditions. You'll find many centuries-old temples and shrines, and you'll also find some of the country's best traditional cuisine! Udon noodle dishes should definitely be on the list of things to try when you are in Kyoto. うどん(Udon) is a type of Japanese traditional thick noodle which comes with a soup called 出汁(Dashi) that is made from seafood broth and soy sauce.
It may be overwhelming to choose a restaurant with Gion's agglomeration of restaurants which are intimidating to walk in if you don't speak Japanese, so we narrowed down the list for you for delicious restaurants you can easily walk into. Here are the top 9 restaurants to try in Gion! This way you can fully concentrate on the dazzling beauty of the scenery!