Okonomiyaki YACOKA

YACOKA Okonomiyaki Shinkaichi Kobe city

 

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients.

 

YACOKA Okonomiyaki Shinkaichi Kobe city

4 Chome-2-8 Minatocho, Hyogo, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture 652-0812, Japan

 

Honolulu Coffee Sannomiya

honolulu coffee cafe in Sannomiya-Kobe city

 

Honolulu coffee is the cafe that provides the best Kona coffee in a relaxing  environment.  This Cafe is only a few minutes walk from Sannomiya Station.

The coffee beans used are the highest quality Kona coffee beans that were selected and harvested by a skilled roast master.

A cozy space to enjoy Hawaiian coffee, traditional Hawaiian pancakes, and friendly Aloha Smile’s.

 

honolulu coffee cafe in Sannomiya-Kobe city

 

〒650-0012 Hyōgo-ken, Kōbe-shi, Chūō-ku, Kitanagasadōri, 1 Chome−8−3

 

 

Roushouki Ganso Butamanju

 

Ganso Butamanju

 

Roushouki has the most popular Pork buns in Kobe city’s Nankin Machi (China Town).  Goubuli baozi is from Tianjin china.

Established in 1915 Roushouki’s first owner named the pork buns Buta manju since the Japanese were not familiar with the name goubuli baozi.  Buta manju = Pork Buns.

At the time of it’s opening, it was a place where Chinese sailors gathered for a taste of their hometown.

The Roushouki is now in it’s 4th generation of ownership in Naikin Machi in Kobe City.

They sell 13000 pork buns each day.  Roushouki’s kitchen staff makes 13 buns in 1 minute.  The buns are juicy and delicious and are best eaten right away.  Closed when sold out.

 

 

2 Chome-1-14 Motomachidori, Chuo Ward, Kobe City , Hyōgo

650-0022, Japan

 

 

Takagi Sengyoten SUSHI

Umeda Osaka Takagi

 

Takagi Sengyoten is located on the 2nd floor of Hankyu Umeda Station. They have sushi and sashimi rice bowls and a variety of other menu items.  When entering the store, there is a diner style counter with fixed seats on the left side suited for small groups.  In the glass case there are bento boxes and sushi for take out. Dress is casual and the price ranges from 650 -2000 yen.

Osaka Shi, Osaka, Kita-ku, Shibata, 1 Chome−1−2

Hankyu Umeda station 2 floor (Central ticket gate near by Kyoto line.)

 

Takagi Umeda Osaka

 

Toushoumen Fukuryomon

fukuryumon kobe city

 

These noodles are made by holding the kneaded dough above a pot of boiling water and cutting or scraping slices off right into the pot resulting in a thick shaped noodle that resembles flat udon. This style originated in China’s Shanxi Province.

 

fukuryumon kobe city

 

fukuryumon kobe city

 

〒650-0012 Hyōgo Prefecture, Kobe, Chuo Ward, Kitanagasadori, 3 Chome−7-6

 


 

Dumpling shop Shou-un

Gyoza shouun kobe city

 

Kobe Sannomiya, dumpling shop “Shou-un”. in Japanese call Dumpling is  Gyoza.  The place is near the Sannomiya’s Bar and restaurants district, walking from JR Sannomiya station about 5 minutes to walk.  You see the red signboard.

only 10 seats, There are many kinds of dumplings it is seven pieces of  dumplings 380 yen each.

 

Gyoza shouun kobe city

 

 

Gyoza shouun kobe city

 

〒650-0001 Hyōgo Prefecture, Kobe, Chuo Ward, Kanocho, 4丁目8−19

 

 

Tenryū-ji Kyoto

Tenryū-ji kyoto

 

Tenryu-ji was established in 1339 by the shogun Ashikaga Takauji (1305-1358) in memory of Emperor Go-Daigo (1288-1339), with the eminent Zen master Muso Soseki (1275-1351) appointed as founding abbot. Landed estates were donated to the new temple to help fund its construction, but as the resulting revenues proved insufficient Muso Soseki and Ashikaga Tadayoshi devised a plan to send two trading ships to China and use the resulting profits to complete Tenryu-ji’s construction. This plan was a great success, and the temple was officially consecrated in 1345. It was designated first among Kyoto’s Five Mountains (the city’s five major Zen temples), a ranking it maintains to the present day.

http://www.tenryuji.com/en/about/index.html

 

Tenryuji Kyoto Japan

 

Open Hour
Summer 8:30am-5:30pm

Winter (Oct.21-Mar.20) 8:30am-5:00pm

http://www.tenryuji.com/en/visit/index.html
 

 

The Philosopher’s Walk ( Tetsugaku no michi )

Philosopher's Walk in Kyoto

 

There is a great walking spot called philosopher’s Path at the foot of Kyoto · Higashiyama. Sidewalk along the Lake Biwa Canal Separation Line in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto, between Ginkaku-ji and Nanzen-ji.

bus: get off Ginkakuji  bus stop

 

Philosopher's Walk

 

Many souvenir shops and cafeterias on the road leading to Ginkakuji.