From SAVEUR Issue #154 Though I've visited so many great food bazaars in Japan…

Nishiki Market, Kyoto, Japan

From SAVEUR Issue Though I've visited so many great food bazaars in Japan, for my money, the centuries-old Nishiki market, located in the old imperial capi

Ginkaku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan

Ginkaku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan Open daily - Admission is from Kyoto Station by bus numbers 17 and Get off at the Ginkaku-ji Michi bus stop. by foot along the Philosopher's Path from Nanzenji in about minutes

Streets of Kyoto Photo by Gerald M. � National Geographic Your Shot

Streets of Kyoto Photo by Gerald M. — National Geographic Your Shot

Chion-in Temple in Kyoto, Japan. Spring season. Cherry blossems are in bloom - 知恩院, 春の京都, 日本

Chion-in Temple in Kyoto, Japan. Cherry blossems are in bloom - 知恩院, 春の京都, 日本 Come for New Years to ring the bell

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Kyoto - Heian Shrine, Shinto, gebouwd in 1895 nav eeuw feest van Kyoto.

Nishiki Market, Japan    Nishiki Market is a narrow, shopping street, lined by more than one hundred shops. Various kinds of fresh and processed foods including many Kyoto specialties, such as pickles, Japanese sweets, dried food, sushi, and fresh seafood and vegetables are sold.   Known as "Kyoto's Kitchen", Nishiki Market has a history of several centuries, and many stores have been operated by the same families for generations.

Nishiki Market, Japan Nishiki Market is a narrow, shopping street, lined by more than one hundred shops. Our favorites were the knife store where you can get knives engraved.

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