I’m going to tell you how to enjoy Kyoto all day for under 10,000 yen! For the girls who want to take Kyoto-like photos, go to delicious restaurants, and also go to temples, Sharing Kyoto’s writer, Shiho, has got a plan for you! I will only tell you about the best restaurants and shops I went to. I will also mark the area and how much money you are likely to spend there! I would be delighted if you use this article when planning your trip to Kyoto.
Now, time to start sightseeing! A great trip starts with great breakfast! So, I have three cafes where you can get your tummy full for under 1000 yen. All of these cafes are great for a refreshing start to a new day.
Area: Shijo to Karasumaoike
Budget: Under 1000 yen
Next, for those of you who have to have western food for breakfast, Matsunosuke Kyoto!
This shop sells simple American baked goods like pancakes, apple pies, scones, and cookies.
Their famous pancakes are so soft they melt in your mouth! Many people become addicts, but remember to pour maple syrup on it!
The café is located in a renovated town house with a relaxed atmosphere. The café is, like Iemon Salon Kyoto, located a 3-minute walk from subway Karasumaoike Station, so how about having some great breakfast here?
You don’t have to go to a fancy café to have great breakfast. How about buying some bread and eating it picnic-style by a river?
Kyoto is the city of bread. There are actually many bakeries in Kyoto, and the people of Kyoto eat the most bread in the whole of Japan. All the bread in Kyoto is high-quality, and all of it is delicious! Among them my recommendation is this one, Grandir Oike, a small bakery located next to Kyoto City Hall.
Grandir is one of the famous bakeries of Kyoto, and it is always full of customers. The bakery is always crammed full of baked goods, and the nice smell of bread being baked always fills the bakery.
Grandir is famous for its bagels and paninis. The bagels are chewy and have a natural sweetness to them. The paninis are made for order, so you can get hot paninis, which is great!
On a nice day the best place for a picnic is by the Kamo River. This is a perfect way to start a nice day!
|Shiho[ Sharing Kyoto Staff ]|