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“Shinsei Tarekuchi” at “Torisei Honten” is irresistible for alcohol lovers

``Shinsei Tarekuchi'', which is available for a limited time from around November to early April, is freshly squeezed sake that has not been modified in any way and can only be drunk at the brewery. It's an irresistible drink for sake lovers who can enjoy the fruity aroma and deep flavor.

Salmon Noodle Kyoto/Opened in Fushimi Inari!

A sister restaurant of the popular restaurant "Salmon Noodle 3.0" in Kagurazaka, Tokyo has come to Kyoto. Introducing a new type of salmon ramen that is a fusion of French cuisine, salmon, and ramen.

Examining the secret recipe for Kyoto’s “Chuka no Sakai cold noodles” that are delicious even in winter

Examining the secret recipe for Kyoto's ``Chinese Sakai cold noodles'' that are delicious even in winter

History and present of Kyoto Gion specialty “Issen Yoshoku”

In the past, ``Issen Yoshoku'' was famous as a place to stop after drinking, but now it has become a famous restaurant that is known not only to domestic tourists but also to foreign tourists. We introduce the history of ``Issen Yoshoku'' from Gion, Kyoto, from the time of the Shinbashi store to the present.

“Tori Ramen” available only at lunch time at Torisei Honten

We are introducing ``Tori Ramen'', which is only available during lunch time at the main branch of the chicken specialty restaurant ``Torisei''. The ramen at this restaurant is based on chicken bone soup, which is unique to a restaurant specializing in chicken dishes, and you can enjoy a light and salty ramen soup.

What is “Menya kiyo” that opened in Kyoto’s ramen hotspot “Ichijoji”?

Menya Kiyo, located in the Kyoto ramen hotspot, has the concept of disseminating Kyoto's dashi culture to the world, and their soy sauce ramen, which uses local Kyoto soy sauce, has something in common with Kyoto cuisine. The store has a cafe-like interior, and the seats are spacious and spacious. ​

Be enchanted by the three refreshing flavors at Menya Yuko in Karasuma Oike, Kyoto

A small but stylish ramen shop located in Karasuma Oike, Kyoto, south of NHK Kyoto Broadcasting Station. Soy sauce ramen with clear soup. There are three types on the menu: ``Hachiku'', ``Madake'', and ``Kurochiku''. Perhaps he was confident in his taste, but there was no pepper or chili seasoning on the table.