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The Kyoto’s ‘Kitchen’: Nishiki Market

The market has a history of several centuries, and many stores have been operated by the same families for generations.
It all started as a fish wholesale district, with the first shop opening around 1310
Situated in a five-block-long street,Nishiki possesses an unrivaled stock,
comprising kitchenware, seafood and ornate souvenirs.
Most interestingly, you can explore culinary delight Kyoto specialties,
such as Japanese sweets, pickles, dried seafood and sushi.
Some of the shops freely give out samples or sell sample dishes and skewers meant to be eaten then and there.
There are also a few small restaurants and food stands selling ready-made food.
Let’s take home a piece of Japan

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