where and what to eat.
Warning: Hunger may be induced.
I don’t know about you but when I travel, my diet knows no bounds. I eat like there’s no tomorrow so finding good food is CRUCIAL. It can make or break my day (totally not being dramatic here). Before setting off to Kyoto, I’ve done some research and also sought advice from a few friends on food to eat there. If you’re heading there any time soon, I hope this makes your life a little easier!
Traditional Japanese Breakfast
If you are staying in a Ryokan (traditional Japanese inn), chances are you’d probably be served a traditional Japanese-style breakfast every morning. I stayed at Kanra Hotel which is almost like a Ryokan but with a modern twist.