Sesame tofu with starchy wasabi sauce, Kyoto

Salon de Muge is the one of most fabulous dining place for me in Kyoto.  The dish was the starter and amazingly cooked beautiful dishes were all put in the box. That’s exactly like a treasure box. Since it’s very popular restaurant, you should make a reservation in advance and book your table or counter….

Shinko Mochi, Nishiki Food St. (Kyoto)

There are so many lovely Japanese sweets in Kyoto. But this mochi is one of my favorite and the texture is amazing! They have plain, matcha green tea, Nikki flavor. Nikki is a unique Japanese spicy and very close to cinnamon but more spicy and strong aroma. If you love mochi, try this when you…

French Toast in Kyoto

One of my favorite French Toast in Japan. Fluffy and melt in my mouth! High recommended when you will come to Kyoto! Inoda Coffee. 

Simple Japanese Dish (Deep-Fried Bean Curd)

Grilled deep fried bean curd until it becomes crispy. Then put some sweet Hatcho Miso paste and cut like the picture. It’s good for sake and beer … also as a simple snack. Enjoy! 

Homemade Tea Sorbet

Made tea jelly first to enjoy it after the meal … but one idea was pop up on my mind and I put the glass jar into freezer! Never thought or tried it before but actually I liked it very much! I decided to call my dessert as Amber Sorbet! What do you think ?…

Local Bakery in Kyoto

Not sure for the reason but I heard Kyoto is the top city which consumes bread in Japan. There are many bakeries … Maruki Bakery is one of my favorite and there is a small chair outside of the shop to enjoy their bread on the spot. The bread is soft and fluffy … melt…

Unique Japanese Sweets

Enjoyed unique Japanese sweets using lotus powder. Just prick with a pin and break the balloon part. Kind a cute xx 

Kyoto Sweets London Yaki

Join the queue of locals … simple local dessert. Try the fresh baked one! Can’t stop eating it … I bought 10pcs in a box. Good to enjoy it while walking around town! 

Crepe Suzette

Bought a flat frying pan for crepe … and made this dish! For the sauce, I used local citrus called Setoka Marmalade. I will try it again in winter when I can easily find fresh citrus fruits at the farmers market !