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What do you think are the best foods you can find in Kyoto?

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Matcha anything but warabimochi are a big hit in my family.

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Not washoku Japanese food unless you're willing to pay a pretty penny for a place with Michelin stars. Affordable washoku there is geared towards tourists and you could get more and better in Osaka for the same price. But Western and sosaku (fusion/creative) food in Kyoto is really good, especially in the cafes.

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Ramen

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curry rice from cocoichibanya and fried rice and gyoza from gyoza osho

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is there any Greek restaurants in Kyoto?

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Soft Yatsuhashi!

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I don't understand why Gyoza is too expensive. Just 5 pieces for like 500.

It's an unhealthy flour and kept frozen, then fried.

But Dumplings in most Asian countries are quite different to each other.

Chinese Dumplings - Big but Bad

Nepalese Dumplings (Momo) - Fats

Tibetan Dunplings - Oily

Gyoza - Not much stuff inside

Homemade - The Best

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McDonald's.

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