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Traditional Japanese cuisine—washoku—has been registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 2013. For both foreign residents and tourists, it is one of the highlights of Japan.
Chowing down on gyozas and cheap beer at Chao Chao Gyoza
The humble egg finds its home in this dependable cafe high above the ticket sellers in the glass catherdral that is JR Kyoto Station
Within Shinjuku's own Shin-Okubo, the Seoul Ichiba market offers a large variety of quality Korean food supplies, samples, fresh food take-out and more!
Serving soba udon noodles and rice cakes for 500 years in every season, Honke Owariya is part of the social fabric in Kyoto.
Gion Beef MIKAKU on Shirakawa street, Kyoto: Only select female Japanese authentic beef is served. Beef is cut/sliced not by slicers but cleavers only. The restaurant has great, romantic atmosphere overlooking Shirakawa River in Gion district, Kyoto.
Budget Japanese Italian Fusion Cuisine for Lunch and Dinner conveniently located on top of JR Kyoto station
The names given to Wagashi are invariably connected with nature and the changing seasons.