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Indulge in Chocolatey Goodness at This Charming Chocolate Shop in Kyoto!

There are so many chocolate shops in Kyoto, but few of them offer chocolates made of Kyoto sake! If you’re looking for one, then try heading to “Chocolat Bel Amer Kyoto Bettei.” The chocolates in this shop are displayed like jewelry. All of them have been passionately made with exact flavor, taste, and texture. The…

Catch and Enjoy Flowing Noodles at This Restaurant in Kyoto This Summer

When I decided to visit Kyoto in the summer, I knew that I had to try nagashi somen no matter what. However, after much research, I only managed to find one restaurant in the area that serves this delicacy. If you are like me and on the lookout for nagashi somen while in Kyoto, this…

A New Traditional Japanese Starbucks is Opening in Kyoto

If there are special edition Japanese Starbucks menu items, there’s bound to be a special Starbucks store design that is traditionally Japanese as well right? Well, the plans are well on their way and a traditional Japanese Starbucks, Kyoto Ninenzaka Yasaka Tea House (京都二寧坂ヤサカ茶屋), will be opening on June 30, 2017. A Traditional-Style Starbucks Comes…

This Unique Cafe in Kyoto Offers Delicious Food That Looks Like Raw Minerals

Kyoto (京都) is, no doubt, a magnet for tourists who are seeking high-quality unique dishes. There are so many hidden gems in the city which makes it hard to decide and choose the best. One of its treasures is Usagi no Nedoko (ウサギノネドコ), a cutely named establishment whose mission is to communicate the beauty of…

Did You Know This Gorgeous Cafe in Kyoto Used to be a Public Bathhouse?

With Kyoto (京都) being one of the biggest cities in Japan, it is rich in history and culture. One of the places in the city that exhibit these qualities is Arashiyama (嵐山). There are many notable tourist spots in this district, like Togetsukyo Bridge (渡月橋) and Daikakuji Temple (大覚寺), that it is quite easy to…
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Craving for Bread? Buy Specialty Bread at These 4 Bakeries in Kyoto

Bread has a historical significance in Japan. It used to be a substitute for white rice during the World War II which later on became a staple food. A couple of years later, real bread was made by bakers in genuine ovens and bread began adorning tables nationwide. letsforking.wordpress.com/ Kyoto (京都) is one of the…

Visit Tempura Matsu in Kyoto for the Perfect Summer Noodles Served in Ice Bowls!

Looking for a new serving suggestion that will knock you off of your feet? Eating food using a ceramic dish is typically plain and boring. Although there are a lot of variations which attempt to break away from the ordinary, Japan wins by creating a cooler alternative in serving your favorite noodles by using a…

Have an Atmospheric Dining Experience Along a Narrow Alley in Kyoto!

When it comes to eating in Japan, dining doesn’t only happen in the open, wide streets. It happens in the alley, too! One of the most atmospheric dining places can be found in Kyoto. It is popularly called “Pontocho” (先斗町) which is a narrow alley lined with traditional-looking entrances. It is also home to many…
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Want an Affordable Elegant Experience of Japanese and French Cuisine in Kyoto?

For many visitors to Japan, it makes perfect sense to eat as much authentic Japanese food while the opportunity is there which can also be a fun, adventurous and enlightening experience all in one sitting. Japan boasts many Michelin Star restaurants where in most cases, having a Michelin star translates to expensive dining. However, what…

The Popular Japanese Character Gudetama Has a Themed Cafe Opening Again!

Have you heard about an egg so lazy that it is actually cute? Perhaps due to the fact that will be eaten soon, it lacks enthusiasm and zest to pursue anything else in life. The egg I am talking about is none other than Gudetama, which is a character from Sanrio! Who Is Gudetama? joluex-miviajeatokyo.blogspot.jp/…
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