Western food of Kyoto, "Yoshoku Norakuro"
There are many famous Western restaurants in Kyoto.The authentic Western food that was out of the reach of ordinary people in the Meiji period was arranged for the masses in the Taisho period.With the spread of casual lunches for Japanese, Western-style restaurants have opened one after another.Especially in the Shimogamo area, there are famous old-fashioned Western-style restaurants.This time we will introduce you to "Yoshoku Norakuro", which is located on Shimogamonaka-dori Street, one street west of Shimogamohon-dori Street.Established in 1934, the shop is named after the famous old manga "Norakuro".You can enjoy various set meals such as hamburgers, fried prawns and crab cream croquettes.The recommended menu item is the Hamburg steak, fried shrimp and crab cream croquette set "B Set Meal".Fried bread crumbs are crispy and light, and hamburger is juicy!The large fried shrimp is also plump and comes with homemade tartar sauce."Turkish rice" which is served only during lunch time is one of the specialties."Norakuro Omelet Rice" with chicken rice topped with soft-boiled egg and sliced cutlet.This dish goes well with rich corn soup and makes you want to eat it whenever you think of it.Yoshoku Norakuro69 Shimogamo Miyazaki-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto CityNear the city bus stop, Tadasu-no-Mori.
A new shop where you can take out shaved ice
"Shinpukan" will open on June 11 as a facility that includes popular hotels and movie theaters.With about 20 stores lined up, including the first store in the Kansai region, it is expected to further expand the enjoyment of culture, gourmet food and shopping.One of them is the long-awaited second store of popular cafe "Ocha To Sake Tasuki" in Gion!You can take out shaved ice that was only available at Gion store such as "Matcha Green Tea Syrup" and "Roasted Green Tea Mitsu".Cocktail based "salmon ice" is also available as a menu limited to Shinpukan."Sake Gori (shaved ice with alcohol) Sencha (Green Tea) Gin Lime with Aoyama Pepper" is a taste for adults who want to enjoy moist.How about enjoying the art called "shaved ice" which is expressed using seasonal materials?They also serve tea cocktails and craft beer at "Ocha To Sake Tasuki Shinpukan".This summer, I'd like to try classical shaved ice and enjoy the cool evening breeze.Ocha To Sake Tasuki Shinpukan586 -2 Bano-cho, Karasuma-dori Anekoji sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, KyotoDirect access to Karasuma Oike Subway Station
Monastery confections with a sister nun's prayer
There are many churches and monasteries in Kyoto where there are many temples and shrines.My family is not Christian, but I love old movies set in monasteries.As a Kyoto resident, I am most familiar with the "Catholic Carmel Abbey" in Kinugasa.In the monastery, sister nuns make and sell sweets and sundries for daily food and prayers.At "Takino Sake Shop" in Shijo-Karasuma, you can buy monastery sweets, and I visit there whenever I want.Takino sake shop is a sake shop that started to sell convent's sweets because the family had been Christian for generations.There are sweets and food ordered from monasteries all over Japan such as Carmel and Trappist monasteries.For example, baked sweets such as "Trappist cookie" "Goffret" and "Marurotto"."Trappist butter" or "butter candy" or "Orange jam" or "Mass Wine" or "Wine cake".Furthermore, it is said that your wish will come true if you eat it while chanting "porbolone".All of these are simple ingredients with the devout prayers of the sisters, and the monastery life comes to mind.The illustrations of flowers and animals on the package of "Goffret" tickle your heart.Other packages are also retro and cute, and will enrich your tea time.Takino Saketen691 Motohoseiji-cho, Karasuma Higashi-iru, Nishikikoji-dori Street, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto CityThree minutes on foot from Hankyu Karasuma Station or Shijo Station on the subway
Eirakuya's new product "Kohaku Lemon no Shizuku"
It's getting sweaty before the rainy season starts!On a hot and humid day, I would like to have a refreshing and refreshing snack.This time, we will introduce the new products of Eirakuya which produces Kyoto Tsukudani and Kyoto confectionery.They are sold for a limited time from June 1 to late August "Kohaku Lemon no Shizuku".Sweet containing lemon in amber of agar confectionery, perfect for summer."Kohaku (Amber)" is a Japanese sweet made of agar and sugar in the shape of like a gem.We can enjoy unique crisp texture and soft texture of agar inside.Uses "eco lemon" produced in Setoda, Hiroshima Prefecture, which you can eat the lemon peel without worries.Fresh fragrance and gentle acidity are perfect for the coming season.This is a "Amber assortment" that contains 3 items, including "Kohaku Lemon no Shizuku".In addition, there is also "Wa Nagomi", which is a combination of three tsukudani dishes.Eirakuya's unique combination of "Spicy food (Tsukudani)" and "Sweet (confectionery)".How about not only for your time at home, but also for a summer greeting?Please check the online shop for details.The Eirakuya main store and the head office shop were reopened on May 21, and the Takashimaya Kyoto store and the Daimaru Kyoto store were reopened on May 25.In addition, the main shop's coffee shop, the Muromachi store, Tokyo shop, and Umeda Daimaru shop will reopen on June 1.*Please check the business hours at each store.Shall we enjoy shopping at the online shop until I can go out completely?Eirakuya Online Shophttps://shop.eirakuya.co.jp/
Take away lunch of Maeda Coffee
"Maeda Coffee" is a coffee shop established in 1971 and, now it has 9 stores in Kyoto City.Takeout trunks are sold at Muromachi main store, Oike store, and NOKU CAFE.How about enjoying popular menus such as "Mixed Sandwich" and "Red Miso Omu Hayashi"?All of them are 500 yen to 550 yen with a drink included, so they are very reasonable!You can take out drinks such as iced coffee for 100 yen.The Manga Museum will reopen on June 1.The Keihaku store (In Kyoto National Museum) and Kodaiji store will also reopen on June 2.Business hours are shortened in both cases, so please check the official website.I hear Meirin is closed for the time being.In the online shop of Maeda Coffee, "Ouchi de Cafe Set" and so on appear.A set of beans, a dripper, a coffee server and a paper filter used in the shop.It seems that the time at Ouchi cafe, which has become a standard, will become richer.We also have the perfect gift for Father's Day.Maeda Coffee Online Shophttps://shop.maedacoffee.com/
A sweets to ward off evil, which was established right after the Onin War "Mizuta Gyokuundo"
In the 1000 year history of Kyoto, the plague of misfortune has spread many times, and Shinto rituals to appease misfortune have been held in various places.At the time of Shinto rituals, sweets and rice cakes were offered as a blessing to ward off diseases.This time, we would like to introduce the Monzen Kashi of Goryo-jinja Shrine (Kamigoryo-jinja Shrine), which is famous as a shrine to ward off evil."Gyokuundo Mizuta" was established more than 540 years ago in 1477.The origin of this famous sweet "Karaita" is nearly 1160 years ago.It is said that it was triggered by a plague of misfortune in Kyoto in 863.At that time, "Goryo-e" was being held at Shinsen-en Garden in order to eliminate the epidemic.The Chinese style rice crackers offered at that time are said to be the origin of the "Karaita".KIBI no Makibi, one of the enshrined deities of Goryo-jinja Shrine, brought back "Karaita Senbei (Chinese rice cracker) " as a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China in the Nara period.However, Goryo-e was abolished in the Onin War (1467-1477) in the Muromachi period.It is said that, after the war, the ancestors of Mizuta Gyokuundo learned how to make "Karaita Senbei" based on the past records, which led to the restoration of Toita senbei.A teahouse was opened in the precincts of Goryo-jinja Shrine, and "Karaita" became popular as a confection to ward off evil.The cafe was moved to Toriimae of Goryo-jinja Shrine in the early Showa period "Gyokuundo Mizuta".We have been selling only 1 kind of "Karaita" for more than 540 years since our establishment.The ingredients for "Karaita" are simple: flour, sugar, and eggs.On the other hand, one of the reasons for its depth is that it is made by a more complicated process than I expected.The "Karaita" which is carefully hand-baked one by one, has a surprisingly crispy texture.It is cut into thin rectangles and looks like a charm to ward off evil.Why don't you buy it on your way home from Goryo Shrine?Mizuta Gyokuundo394 Kamigoryomae-cho, Karasuma Higashi-iru, Kamigoryomae-dori, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City3 minute walk from Kuramaguchi Subway Station
At New Year's Eve, I want to enjoy "Nishin soba (Herring Buckwheat Noodles)" at "Kakutani Rouho"
In Japan, we eat year-crossing soba noodles on New Year's Eve.Speaking of soba in Kyoto, it is "Nishin soba (Herring Buckwheat Noodles)".Herring cooked with sweet and salty taste so good that it goes well with rice and alcohol.I wonder if there is such a happy taste that the herring soaked in the soba and tsuyu.Among the famous "Nishin soba", I recommend "Kakutani Rouho" near Kumano Shrine.It is a long-established store that has been in Shogoin for more than 100 years.This herring is a homemade original.Why not try this unique "Nishin soba" that has been handed down since the Meiji period?The 24th of every month is set as "Herring Day" and it is a famous store full of herring love!Kakutani Rouho39 Shogoin Sanno-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City7 minutes walk from Keihan Jingu-marutamachi Station
Have a hot pot dish in Kyoto in winter ② How about the original "Botan nabe" that looks like a big flower blooming?
You can enjoy wild game dishes such as wild boar and deer in the fall and winter when hunting is open.Why not try the "Botan nabe" that has been handed down from generation to generation at this Japanese restaurant that opened in 1918?The "Hatakaku" which has been in Nishijin for more than 100 years is my dream restaurant.The famous "Botan nabe" that was invented by the previous generation can be eaten with white miso that is typical of Kyoto.Don't you think that the arrangement of large peonies blooming is like a work of art?It is a gift from the mountain that is eaten with vegetables such as Shogoin daikon and burdock.It is a feast unique to the hunting season, and I think I can survive the cold winter in Kyoto.HatakakuKarasuma Nishi-iru, Kamigoryomae-dori Street, Kamigyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City5 minute walk from Kuramaguchi Subway Station
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