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Food Keepsakes Sold At Kyoto Station
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7 Food Keepsakes Sold At Kyoto Station

Going to Japan isn’t finished on the off chance that you have not visited Kyoto. Situated on the island of Honshu, this city has numerous chronicled locales just as the capital of Kyoto Prefecture.

What’s more, the city that is a piece of the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto metropolitan zone has average nourishments, for example, Kyo Kaiseki, Yodofu, Obanzai, and others. However, obviously, the nourishment can not be utilized as a keepsake and took back to Indonesia.

The accompanying 7 nourishments can be purchased at Kyoto station and utilized as a hand for loved ones in Indonesia.

1. Nakamura Tokichi

Nakamura Tokichi
Nakamura Tokichi

1854 gives different sorts of matcha (green tea). One of the menu that is reasonable for trinkets is Koime no Matcha Chocolate. For 583 yen, you can bring home the 6 bits of matcha chocolate.

2. Malebranche

This shop gives a nibble on the matcha Cha no Ka baked good. Matcha has an unpleasant taste combined with sweet white chocolate will be an ideal mix. The store is situated on the sixth floor of Kyoto train station.

3. Otabe

Baumkuchen is a German-based baked good. In any case, on the first floor of Kyoto Station there is a shop that sells baumkuchen common city, Kyobaamu. This cake is produced using matcha and delightful soy milk, with a taste not very sweet

4. Gion Koishi

This store is celebrated for its clients, both among neighborhood and outside travelers. The explanation is, on the grounds that the desserts sold here are not clingy like most different confections and glossy as in the photograph above. In the event that you need to get it, this shop is situated on The first floor of The Cube.

5. Chokyudo

Chokyudo
Chokyudo

The nourishment that is reasonable for gifts above is Hato no Ukisu which contains matcha, beans, etc. You can get it on the first storm cellar of JR Kyoto Isetan.

6. Shizuyapan

Right now on Asty Road close to Kyoto Station you can purchase Manju, a mainstream conventional Japanese nourishment. There are numerous kinds of Manju, yet the majority of the external part is made of flour, rice flour and wheat that contains Anko (red beans), produced using ready red beans and sugar seeds.

 

7. Shogoin

Worked in 1689, this shop is the best decision to purchase Yatsuhashi. Yatsuhashi is the most celebrated gift in Kyoto, its bark is produced using glutinous rice flour, sugar and cinnamon filled red beans are appropriate for buy as a hand.

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