Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Japan - Day 6 (Part 2): Kyoto Food Trail 1

Eating non-stop is a must whenever you go on tour, and your selection of food should always be the specialities of the country or some local delicacies which you just simply can't get when you are back in your own country. Thus, I abide by this rule that irrespective of what I see, what I am offered, or how awful the food looks, I never turn away from it because who knows you might have wasted the opportunity of sampling something that only comes once in your lifetime.
Hence, the gist of the travelling philosophy is: Eat till you drop dead!

wagashi, 和菓子
wagashi, 和菓子
Macha Pau and Pork Pau

Pork filling
Man making mung bean biscuits
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This is something worth-trying.
I can assure you that you can never get something similar in Malaysia.
Okonomiyaki (大阪燒) is a Japanese pancake made from a variety of ingredients such as green onions, pork, squid, shredded vegetable etc.
The cooked pancake is topped with otafuku sauce, mayonnaise, seaweed and bonito flakes
Crumble Pudding
This type of dessert is available in any Circus-K convenience shop.
It's rich and creamy


  1. I wanna taste the mung bean biscuit and the crumble pudding too

  2. Angeline:

    Trust me, it's worth trying because they are so wonderfully done.

  3. Yes, when out of own country, gotta eat til you drop!!!!
    Just don't eat til die lah ... wasted all the calories. :)

  4. J2Kfm:

    Haha... you're right. If we eat till die, how to travel to more places?



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