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Food scene in Kyoto

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“Musashi offers more than 50 kinds of sushi on a conveyor belt. What makes Musashi different from other chain sushi restaurants is that Musashi provides handmade sushi made by sushi chefs in a kitchen surrounded by the conveyor belt. Carefully chosen fish, seaweed and wasabi are used for sushi. What is great about Musashi, other than the taste and the quality of sushi, is that you can taste them at a reasonable price. If you would like to experience the conveyor belt sushi in Kyoto Station, we highly recommend that you visit Musashi! ”
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“Located inside Kyoto Station, this is Kyoto's most convenient 4-star hotel. ”
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“(Toukichi) Established 1854,Originally from Tea shop in Kyoto-Uji.you can taste authentic sweets and foods made from tea.you can also buy souveniors such as green tea chocolates here.11:00-21:00.near Kyoto Sta. *******************************************本店在京都宇治,1854年创立的老茶店。可以尝到京都正宗的茶面,用茶做的点心。店内卖抹茶巧克力等礼品。11:00-21:00。京都站附近。 ”
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“If you stay in Kyoto, you should go and eat this one. "Nakamura Tokichi Kyoto Station" is a specialty store of maccha. Please try it. ”
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“Kyoto is famous for its tofu cuisine. Kyotofu Fujino is an excellent place to sample the incredible variety of dishes that can be made from this versatile food. It is a tofu restaurant with meal sets and a la carte menu. Has yuba, tofu dishes, and desserts like vegan cheesecake and ice cream. You can try their FUJINO SPECIALITY DINNER COURSE - Deep-fried tofu and dried wheat gluten topped with miso, Fluffy soft tofu covered with starchy amber sauce, Deep-fried tofu with crispy ricecake cubes; DELUXE OBORO TOFU LUNCH - Sesame tofu and fresh yuba sashimi, Soymilk white-cream croquette; and FUJINO HALAL DINNER - Soymilk omelette, Yuba salad and Simmered tofu.”
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“Kyoto's (and maybe Japan's) best cakes. 500-600 each take out. Except lines on weekends. The seating area is very small. In between Kitayama subway station and the river.”
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“Kyoto Saryo is a cafe which serves Japanese green tea and Japanese sweets by special pottery. They make different sweets every month, so you can taste seasonal Japanese sweets at this place.It locates 2nd floor JR Kyoto building. ”
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“Truly excellent coffee with latte art to match. Friendly welcoming service and very willing to accommodate a family with a pram. Plenty of cakes and snacks on offer but again, you go for the coffee. It is excellent coffee in Kyoto.”
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