Playful mind and ideas lighting up your dining table
“Happy table with a happy mouth”- This is Kikuya’s motto. There is a huge selection of food delicacies from around Japan at Kikuya. Karasumi (bortargo), Konowata (entrails of sea cucumbers) and Uni (sea urchin) and other ingredients for tea ceremony and kaiseki style cuisine are widely available. “Kyoto Hanatemari-fu Tsume-awase (assorted wheat-gluten fish cakes)” (20 pieces; 850 yen) is a handmade item and is very popular among their female customers with its flower-like cute looks. It has been attracting a lot of attention from the media as well. You can simply eat these cakes in a clear hot soup after cooking for a short time. You can freeze them as well so they will be sure to make a great addition to your regular home cooking.
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|Address||198 Higashi Uoya-cho, Nishikikoji-dori Tominokoji-higashi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Recommended||Fun and original items are available such as "Kyo no Otomodachi Cookies" and "Gion Hara Ryokaku Black Spice Gyoza Dumplings."|
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