The top of the hill behind Fushimi-Inari Shrine: A restaurant on the top of a hill (Fushimi-Inari)
There is a hill behind Fushimi-Inari Shrine.
Arriving at the top of the hill, you will find a small restaurant. You can eat lunch there.(Japanese noodle etc.)
The scenery is great!
Various Locations: Green Tea Ice-Cream
Something which you must try. The Green Tea Ice Cream. Thumbs Up! There are vending machines selling the ice cream too. I prefer those in tubs sold at shop fronts though.
Various Locations Along the Streets: Japanese Rice Crackers
The Japanese Crackers are something you must try when you are in Japan. There are different flavuors, from plain, chilli to seaweed ones. You can even buy teh nicely packed Japanese Crackers home.
Maguro: Fresh Sushi
If you like SUSHI.... Japan is the place to be. The fish is really fresh and delicious, although it can be rather expensive. You must at least give it a try...???
8-44: Organic and Vegetarian
It's the only place downtown where you are guaranteed to find a good vegetarian or organic meal.
Favorite Dish: Potato Kimchi PizzaRelated to:
Any supermarket: Supermarket lunch
To cut costs it is a good thought to buy lunch in a supermarket and eat it on your way.
Most supermarkets sell things to eat, and often they have a microwave to warm your snack.
tsujiri Tea House: tsujiri Tea House
This is a great tea house with wonderful deserts made of tea.
We went to the one near Koudaiji and really wanted to go back again.
Favorite Dish: Machia Pafeit
Ninnikuya: Garlic Heaven
Just about everything on the menu contains garlic, not sure about desserts or drinks! right up our street so to say.
A sweet (okashi) street vendor. Flavours can be quite different and strange for western people.
The base ingredient for many sweets in Japan is sweet black beans... they use them also for ice-cream.
Boxed Japanese sweets
When wandering around Kiyomizu-dera area, you can sample these wonderful Japanese sweets... Filled with bean paste or now even chocolate (for the changing Japanese pallete!)... yum!
Japanese rice cakes - delicious!
Favorite Dish: Try them! Japanese cakes made of glutinous riceflour. The best one is the grilled cake with salty/sweet fermented soyabean paste - on a stick!! DELICIOUS!! Only 110Yen each!
UGENTA.Only in summer season...
Only in summer season ( from 1st May to 30th Sep ).
You can take meal on the floor set on the river.
It's COOL !!
Favorite Dish: River-fish cuisine.
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