Food | Oct 31

Don’t Trip on these Stairs! Kyoto’s Iconic Street Food at Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka

KYOTO, Oct 31 (Japan by Food) - History lines every part of these streets in Kyoto! The streets of Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka are a must-visit location for any trip to Kyoto, so Shizuka gets dressed up for a special day exploring this colorful and popular location.

On the way to the UNESCO world heritage sight Kiyomizu-dera temple, Shizuka takes in the sights, sounds, and tasty bites of the area! Starting with the traditional food of the area, Shizuka tries yudofu, aka hot tofu, and compares the handmade traditional version to its modern counterpart. But it’s not just traditional treats on this journey; she also tries a rice burger, classic soda floats, and even a dessert shaped like a cloud!


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