Looking for traditional foods.
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It's pretty hard to get a bad meal in Japan. There are lots of local delicacies in Kyoto including (if I recall correctly) yuba and white miso. There are tons of traditional places, but Kyoto tends to be pricier and have smaller portions than places like Osaka. A true experience (if you're good with vegetarian) is Shojin Ryori or a Temple set meal. A description and a listing of a few places in Kyoto can be found here: https://medium.com/@chietakemoto11/traditional-japanese-buddhist-cuisine-shojin-ryori-starter-guide-2cc48d728913
Thanks for the info P. We are spending a few days in Osaka first and then travelling to Kyoto. Local Ramen is something I am dying to try as each region has different styles i have been advised. We are meeting a local girl in Tokyo and hopefully she can she us where the locals go.
The traditional meal in Kyoto is Obanzai. It is a typical ordinary "homemade" food. There are many restaurants you can enjoy Japanese - mum's - cooked - flavoured meals in Kyoto. Usually, they are not so pricy, especially for lunch.
https://retty.me/theme/100010100/ (all in Japanese)
Have not heard of that one Yako85. Will certainly try and hunt it down. Cheers
Please try Sama Sama in Kyoto. This is an Indonesian restaurant...I do not think you will be disappointed!
Just google when you are there. We went to restaurants based on ratings and was never disappointed.
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