yudofu (boiled tofu with vegetables and seven herbs). The restaurant is inside the Ryoanji Temple area, in the Seigenin building (a minor temple attached to the main temple and situated by the Kyoyoike pond- a 1000-year-old Koi pond)
huge sweet & juicy strawberries! yummy!!!
after drinking our tea, they seasoned the tea leaves and we had a snack!
This is not dining, this is not food, this is Japanese gastronomy and culture at its finest - embodied in the craftsmanship of the Chef and his team in food and drink.
3 Michelin star - Their December menu is worth it!
I can’t remember the name of this restaurant. Just on the ground level near our hotel. Love all their tempura! Oh sooo love it!
“One of the few traditional sweet shops, Kagizen Yoshifusa is heralded by many as Kyoto’s best dessert shop.
First-timers to Kagizen must try its highly-rated Kuzukiri – translucent noodles made from arrowroot that is eaten with a sweet brown syrup.”
-Lady Iron chef recommendation