Update from Kyoto

Here we are in the middle of chestnut season.  Wagashi are traditional sweets which are available in the many sweets shops in Kyoto.  We found various versions of chestnut with adzuki bean encased in rice dough or in a little bamboo container.  Mushrooms are also in season.  You can enjoy both of these foods in the variety of Japanese cuisine throughout Kyoto.

Kyoto is full of small family run restaurants with delicious dishes which are clean and well prepared.  In most cases the food is prepared in front of you as you sip on a local beer or saki.

Update from Kyoto
Update from Kyoto

Update from Kyoto

 

One of the many family run cafes that make their own soba noodles for delicious udon and tempura.

Update from Kyoto
Update from Kyoto

A bride and groom preparing for a traditional Japanese wedding.

Update from Kyoto
Update from Kyoto

We hope you enjoy the update and photos.  Please visit our website at www.kasasagi.com.au/  for rare and unique Japanese Antique art items and handmade incense from Kyoto.  We hope to shortly make available a range of Japanese postcards.

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