Food products with the utmost flavor from their ingredients go outstandingly well with white rice and Japanese dishes
Tsunokichi is located in a small alley off Gojo Dori, the avenue that leads to Kiyomizu-dera Temple. It sells food products like sansho-jyako (dried baby fish fry that has been boiled in sansho pepper and soy sauce)— which tastes great eaten with white rice—and tsukudani (fish or meat dishes that have been simmered and reduced in soy sauce, mirin and sugar). Food products sold at Tsunokichi do not contain any additives or chemically-based seasonings. The shop makes the most of the flavor of the ingredients it uses while also working out ways to avoid polluting the environment of the world we live in. All Tsunokichi products are handmade and make good use of the dashi stock they are cooked with. They are all products that you will love to use when eating or cooking Japanese dishes.
The shop stocks not only food products used in Japanese cuisine, but also ingredients such as pasta, which are used in Western cooking. Many of the products on sale can be stored for a long time, which makes them good for souvenirs.