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Osechi: Kyoto Kichisen Master Chef Yoshimi Tanigawa

Osechi: Kyoto Kichisen Master Chef Yoshimi Tanigawa

Kyoto Kichisen Master Chef Yoshimi Tanigawa 京都吉泉 谷河吉巳
Kyoto Kichisen Master Chef Yoshimi Tanigawa 京都吉泉 谷河吉巳
Yoshimi Tanigawa is an inspired master of Kyoto cuisine who has dedicated his life to food as an art and near spiritual experience. He teaches his students both taste and discipline. He creates pure Kyoto cuisine, without the excessive decoration that has been added in recent decades. At Tanigawa’s Kichisen,…

Osechi: What is Kyo-ryori (Kyoto Cuisine)?

Osechi: What is Kyo-ryori (Kyoto Cuisine)?

Osechi: What is Kyo-ryori (Kyoto Cuisine)?
What is Kyo-ryori? (Kyoto Cuisine) 京料理 京懐石 吉泉
In Kyoto, it is said that the three most sophisticated cuisines in the world are French, Chinese and Japanese; and among these three, Kyoto Cuisine, or Kyo-ryori is the pinnacle of sophistication, visual beauty and subtlety of taste. Kyo-ryori is not just to eat, it is to be experienced by all the…

How to Clean a Squid Japanese Style

How to Clean a Squid Japanese Style

How to Clean a Squid Japanese Style (いかの開き方)
How to Clean a Squid Japanese Style (いかの開き方)

Kyoto Style Dorayaki: Gion Shimogawara Azuki Mikasa

Kyoto Style Dorayaki: Gion Shimogawara Azuki Mikasa

Kyoto Style Dorayaki: Gion Shimogawara Azuki Mikasa 祇園 下河原 阿月 三笠
Kyoto Style Dorayaki: Gion Shimogawara Azuki Mikasa 祇園 下河原 阿月 三笠
In Gion, on the way to Kiyomizu Temple is a tiny shinise shop that specializes in dorayaki, called mikasa in Kyoto dialect. Dorayaki is sweet bean paste sandwiched between two waffle-like pancakes. Doraemon fans will want to take note of this because Doraemon loves dorayaki, it is…

Teishoku Joint: Asuka

Teishoku Joint: Asuka

Friendly, Homey and Tasty Teishoku Restaurant 京都 明日香 定食屋
Friendly, Homey and Tasty Teishoku Restaurant 京都明日香定食屋
Asuka is a restaurant that I have been going to since even before I lived in Kyoto. It has never disappointed me. Asuka serves ‘teishoku‘ set menu meals and offers ‘ippin‘ a la carte dishes. The atmosphere is friendly, the prices are reasonable, the home cooking style food is…

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