Written by Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi

Ki-Yan’s Kyoto Part 7 – Doyanen

By Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi, Posted on 05/09/2017


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Today’s post is part 7 of the series Ki-Yan’s Kyoto – Washoku restaurants, café & shops featuring the extravagant izakaya-style bar Doyanen located in the northern part of Kyoto. Just a reminder, in this series I am sharing with you some Washoku restaurants, cafes and shops located in Kyoto, which are introduced in my latest…

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Ki-Yan’s Kyoto Part 6 – eX cafe Arashiyama

By Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi, Posted on 21/02/2017


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Today’s post is the part 6 of the series Ki-Yan’s Kyoto – Washoku restaurants, café & shops introducing “wagashi” Japanese sweets of the popular eX cafe Arashiyama located in Arashiyama district in Kyoto. I hope you remember (it has been a while since the previous post) in this series I am sharing with you some…

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Ki-Yan’s Kyoto Part 5 – Takabashi Ramen

By Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi, Posted on 03/11/2016


Photo by N.Ijichi Today’s post is part 5 of the series Ki-Yan’s Kyoto – Washoku restaurants, café & shops this time introducing Takabashi Ramen – one of the oldest ramen restaurants in Kyoto. In this series I am sharing with you some Washoku restaurants, cafes and shops located in Kyoto, which are introduced in my…

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Ki-Yan’s Kyoto Part 4 – Adachi

By Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi, Posted on 14/09/2016


Photo by K.Uchida Today’s post is part number 4 of the series Ki-Yan’s Kyoto – Washoku restaurants, café & shops this time introducing Adachi – a cozy family-run Kyoto obanzai restaurant. Read part one, part two, and part three if you missed them! Just as a reminder (and information for new readers as well) –…

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Ki-Yan’s Kyoto Part 3 – Gontaro

By Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi, Posted on 16/07/2016


Photo by K.Uchida Today’s post is the third part of the series Ki-Yan’s Kyoto – Washoku restaurants, café & shops, and this time I am happy to introduce one of the best places in Kyoto to try homemade soba buckwheat noodles Gontaro – its main branch is located in Shinkyogoku shopping district in Kyoto’s downtown.…

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Ki-Yan’s Kyoto Part 2 – Katsukura

By Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi, Posted on 04/06/2016


Photo by K.Uchida In today’s post, the second part of the series Ki-Yan’s Kyoto – Washoku restaurants, cafés & shops, I am happy to introduce two branches of the popular chain of tonkatsu (breaded pork cutlets) restaurants Katsukura in Kyoto – the Katsukura Kyoto Station branch and Katsukura Higashinotoin branch. In both branches you have…

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Ki-Yan’s Kyoto Part 1 – Hourandou

By Marta Wawrzyniak-Ijichi, Posted on 02/05/2016


Photo by K.Uchida Hello WASHOKU LOVERS! I am honoured to be writing my first post for the Washoku Lovers blog. My name is Marta, and I lived in Japan for 16 years, experiencing many beautiful Washoku restaurants before moving to Sydney. From this post on I would like to share with you some Washoku restaurants,…

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