Japanese Street Food Tour Top 10 in Kyoto Japan | Nishiki Market Food Guide



Top 10 Japanese Street Food Tour in Kyoto Japan. Food Guide in Nishiki Market and Gion Area, walking street food tour to my top 10 favorite street food spots. Nishiki Market is known as Kyoto’s kitchen and it’s been around for 400 years. And one of the main reasons why Nishiki Market opened up here in Kyoto is because this very spot run clean and cold groundwater which was used a refrigeration system by shop owners back in the day. Now there about 129 stores crammed in this narrow 400 meter market and it’s equally crowded with locals and tourists alike. Many Japan tourists and Japan travelers are looking for the best food market spots at Nishki and I cover some of the best shops We try the famous Tako Tamago which is an Octopus with a quail egg inside. We also try Tamagoyaki at Kai, which is a fluffy and elegant tasting Dashimaki Tamago made only with their High-end Kyoto eggs. Dashimaki Tamago is a type of Tamagoyaki but uses a Dashi soup and is usually not sweet. Also on the menu for this Kyoto Street Food tour are Oysters, Fishcakes, Grilled Fish, Cheese Tart, Fried Chicken Karaage, Black Ramen and Melon Pan Ice Cream.

This is Japan Food Travel Guide for Japan tourists and and Kyoto travelers. So many things to see and eat in Kyoto, but I wanted to give everyone a Kyoto Street food guide on Things to do in Kyoto and where to eat in Kyoto.

Nishiki Market (錦市場 Nishiki Ichiba) (literally “brocade market”) is a marketplace in downtown Kyoto, located on a road one block north and parallel to Shijō Street (四条通 Shijō-dōri) and west of Teramachi Street (寺町通 Teramachi-dōri). Rich with history and tradition, the market is renowned as the place to obtain many of Kyoto’s famous foods and goods.

Gion is Kyoto’s geisha district, with hostesses in colorful kimonos often sighted on the wooden Tatsumi Bridge, or amid upscale Japanese restaurants and boutiques on Hanamikoji Street.

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Top 10 Kyoto Street Food Shop Links & Timestamps

1:04 – #1. Tako Tamago at Kai

2:02 – #2. Tamagoyaki at Tanaka Keiran

3:27 – #3. Soy Milk Cream Corokke at Konnamonja

4:58 – #4. Oysters at Watahan

6:16 – #5. Fishcake at Marutsune Kamaboko

7:18 – #6. Grilled Fish at Notoyo

8:29 – #7. Cheese Tart at BAKE

9:39 – #8. Karaage from Umeshin

11:04 – #9. Black Ramen at Gogyo

12:29 – #10. Melon pan at Kofukudo

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