Information on a variety of dining recommendations in Kyoto – Sushi, tempura, ryotei, kappo, Kyoto cuisine, French, Italian, Chinese and more.
Experience true Washoku in Kyoto
In 2013, UNESCO newly selected “wash...
Café and Japanese sweet shop for adults in Gion
Maiko and geiko love sweets! No won...
Must-try prestigious udon noodle restaurants
One of Kyoto’s must-try food items i...
Relax and enjoy a “Kyoto-style” tea break
From authentic Japanese sweet stores...
Must-try lunch experience in Gion
Authentic Japanese cuisine is such a...
Try hot and savory okonomiyaki in Kyoto
Okonomiyaki is a pizza-like savory d...
Japanese café and tearooms close to temples
Without question, there are always g...
Japanese café and tearooms close to shrines
Many tourists visiting Kyoto enjoy v...
Which is your favorite restaurant for the late-evening meal?
Maiko (apprentice geiko) work until...
Experience the taste of exclusive restaurants for a reasonable price
Certain high-class restaurants may b...
Casual dining places in Kyoto: Japanese dishes
No travel to Kyoto is complete witho...
Classical Japanese inns serving true Kyoto cuisine
Every tourist visiting Kyoto will ex...
Savor vegetables in Kyoto-style French!
There are many famous and popular Fr...
Café and restaurants near the Kyoto National Museum
It is not surprising fact that there...
Recommended café for breakfast in Kyoto
It worth getting up early while you...
Must-try sweets for a Kyoto summer
Silky smooth texture, chilling your...
Cool down at a Japanese café with chilly sweets
Summer in Kyoto is known for its sev...
Can I go to a ryotei (high-class Japanese restaurant) without socks? Is there any dress code?
There are no strict rules for eating...
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Delicate balance of “sweetness and salty” for the food culture of “Rice and Tea”
Recreating the same flavors as the first generation who was called “The Artist of Taste”
Prime donburi topped with pieces of eel cooked with secret broth and big dashi-maki egg roll
Kyoto ITOYA Hotel
Newly opened stylish designer’s hotel on Karasuma Street
Elegant red bean paste dressed in a white skin and wrapped with a fragrant cherry leaf makes their delicious Sakura-mochi
Shrines & Temples
Symbolic elegance and beauty from the Higashiyama era