Hi I’m Keiko from Osaka! In the previous post, I have introduced Must-Eat foods in Kyoto. Top 10 Must-Eat Foods ranking in Kyoto!Enjoy Local Specialties! Kyoto is also the best place to enjoy traditional Japanese sweets called Wagashi. The Japanese traditional sweets are not only delicious, but also look beautiful.They are not too sweets and・・・
Archive List for March 2017
Local tells Top 10 Must-Eat Foods ranking in Kyoto!Enjoy Local Specialties!
Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! When travelling overseas, one of the most exciting things is to eat local specialities. Kyoto has very attractive sightseeing spots for tourists with historical temples and shrines. Kyoto’s cuisine also has a long history, and there are many good foods in Kyoto. If you come to Kyoto,you should definitely try the・・・
Local tells Top 5 best Ryokans in Kyoto!Experience Japanese hospitality!
Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! Ryokan is the best way to experience Japanese culture and true relaxation. It is the best holiday for Japanese to stay in a luxurious traditional ryokan with delicious food and good Onsen. I prefer Ryokans to Hotels. It’s because Ryokan provide me not only delicious Kaiseki dishes and good onsen, but・・・
Local tells Top 5 best Kaiseki in Kyoto!Enjoy Japan’s traditional meal!
Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! The Kaiseki dish is a kind of Japanese dishes based on the the zen Buddhism and the tea ceremony in a course style. It originally refers to the Japanese dishes before a tea ceremony.The recent of the Kaiseki dish is not completely derived from that forms. However, the Kaiseki dish have・・・
Local tells Top 5 best Sushi restaurants in Kyoto!Dining in a traditional atmosphere
Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! One of the Must-Eat food while you’re in Japan is Sushi. It is a bit difficult to find good sushi restaurants in Kyoto because there is no sea around Kyoto. However,there are some good sushi restaurants where you can enjoy authentic sushi in Japanese traditional atmosphere. I would like to tell・・・
Local Guide:Higashiyama Hanatouro in Kyoto 2017!Must-see Temples and Events!
Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! Higashiyama Hanatouro is held between early to mid-March every year and it is known for the seasonal feature to announce the arrival of early spring in Japan. Hanatouro means “flower’s light path” in Japanese. About 2500 lanterns illuminate the 5km path from Shoren-in Temple to Kiyomizu Temple. It was my first・・・