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Kyoto is famous for its Uji matcha tea, and there is a lot of cafes and restaurants where you can try matcha food and sweets in Uji, Kyoto. Here's the list of places you can go while you are exploring Uji!
There are numerous soba noodle restaurants in Kyoto. But this article has filtered down to the five best soba restaurants in the Shijyou Karasuma area. Shijyou Karasuma is only 2 stops away from Kyoto station and has good access to sightseeing spots. This article will review 5 soba noodle restaurants within a 10 minute walk from Shijyou Karasuma station!
A long-established udon (a type of Japanese noodles) restaurant in Meguro has a signature menu that everyone is talking about. We went to give it a try, the "beef curry udon" that consists of super rich and flavorful curry soup and chewy udon noodles.
A cute cafe-looking store is actually a ramen store! Although they have the orthodox "Soy Sauce Ramen" and "Miso Ramen", they also have new style ramen such as the "Cold Vegetable Potage Ramen"! Let's take a look at what the vegetable potage ramen is like!
Chicken Paitan Ramen is now a popular genre of ramen, but you can have the creamiest chicken paitan ramen at this store! With a mix of paitan and fish broth, you can enjoy a creamy yet mild taste of ramen!
At the Royal Park Hotel in Tokyo, there is a Chinese restaurant called "Keikaen" that serves seasonal cold noodles only during the summer time. It is the most famous cold noodle in Japan, with various seafood and meat toppings!
At "Miso Flavor Store Matador", you can enjoy a rich bowl of miso ramen made from stewed beef bones. You won't find this kind of ramen anywhere else!
There are hundreds of ramen restaurants, and yet people line up specifically for the store, "Menya Ittou." Find out what is so alluring about this bowl of ramen in this article!
Traditionally, the base of the ramen soup is usually soy sauce, tonkotsu, miso or salt. But why not spice things up a bit? At "Manriki", you can enjoy spicy noodles with an ethnic taste to it, and this new taste of ramen is becoming very popular!
Soba are noodles are made of buckwheat and wheat flour, and are usually seen as a light meal in Japan. But, at "Niku Soba Gon" they serve soba topped with beef, and it has a good amount of meat that is quite unorthodox. This niku soba will definitely fulfill your meat cravings!