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Nishiki Market Report

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Kyoto’s Nishiki Market is famous for being a must-see for food lovers, so how could I resist visiting on my first day in Kyoto? There are various vendors selling raw and cooked foods, as well as cooking supplies and eating utensils. After perusing the delicious looking food, there are plenty of restaurants to help satisfy your appetite (look for tomorrow’s post!). The whole market is probably about 4 blocks long, which is just the right size in my opinion. Anyway, enough words — I’ll let the photos do the explaining! (A friendly reminder that you can click on any of the images in the gallery to get a closer look. The next photo will be available on the bottom right hand corner if you choose to click through the gallery.)

Author: Jen

Howdy! I'm a 30-something recovering former academic living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I like to eat, run, and blog, but not usually at the same time.

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