Continuing our exploration along the Nishiki food market in Kyoto we manage to find one of the things that the market is famous for – baby octopus stuffed with a quails egg.
I had read about these when doing some research on places to visit in Kyoto. I managed to convince Carlos he should try one.
And he didn’t seem to mind. Moving on, there were lots of other street foods to try – most of which involved some kind of stick.
It’s not hard to see why the shopping street is called Kyoto’s kitchen. There was more of less any kind of food or ingredient you could want here.
As we reached the end of the market, there were more kinds of things on sale, clothing and accessories for example, as modeled here by this giant teddy bear in a kimono.
Probably the cutest doughnuts in Japan?
That concludes our trip down Nishiki food market in Kyoto – definitely a highlight of our trip.