Local tells Top 5 best French restaurants in Kyoto!Enjoy Kyoto-style French!

Food Kyoto

Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! Though known for the traditional Japanese cuisine, Kyoto is also a great city to enjoy international fine dining. Kyoto has several Michelin-stared French restaurants as well as gorgeous bistros. Chefs of most of these restaurants have studied French cuisine by working in top-notch restaurants in France. Chefs usually perfectly combine the・・・

Local tells Top 10 best Bakeries in Kyoto!Enjoy delicious breads!

Food Kyoto

Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! Though Japan may be known more for rice and noodle than bread, Japan is a hot spot for top notch and unique bakeries. Bread has been an important part of the Japanese diet since post-war era. Japanese bakeries offer anything from the traditional anpan (bread with a sweet red bean paste・・・

Local tells Top 5 best Internet Cafes(Manga Cafes) in Kyoto!

Kyoto Sightseeing

Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! Internet cafes(Manga cafes)in Japan usually offer unlimited access to comics, magazines, movies, soft drinks/coffee and tea. You can usually choose a type of chair (from a flat space, a regular chair to a massage chair, etc.) and a room (open space, private room). Some are equipped with shower rooms, TV, etc.・・・

Local tells Top 5 best Shabu Shabu Restaurants in Kyoto!

Food Kyoto

Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! I am sure many of you are familiar with shabu shabu. This traditional Japanese hot pot dish has become popular internationally. It is a hot pot where you would stir in thinly sliced meat (usually beef, pork or both) and pieces of vegetables in boiling water or broth, then consume them・・・

Local tells Top 5 best Yakitori Restaurants in Kyoto!

Food Kyoto

Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka! Yakitori, literally translated as grilled chicken, is a popular dish among the Japanese businessmen. It is grilled chicken skewers, made from different parts of chicken or other ingredients such as vegetables. They are usually grilled over charcoals, eaten either with tare (sweet salty soy-based sauce) or shio (salt). Kyoto is full・・・

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