mackerel with tomato sauce.

I ate mackerel with tomato sauce.
material
mackerel
one sheet
salt and pepper
a little
flour
2 tablespoons
■ Tomato sauce
tomato (petit tomato)
1/4 (5 pieces)
onion
a quarter
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fillet

I ate a fillet.
Ingredients (for 4 people)
pork tenderloin block
about 400g
salt and pepper
moderate amount
Raw bread crumbs (bread crumbs)
moderate amount
frying oil
moderate amount
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spicy grilled mackerel.

I ate spicy grilled mackerel.
Ingredients (1 large storage container)
For 3 to 4 people if you finish eating
1 mackerel (3 grated)
1 clove of garlic
◎ Sake University 1
◎ Mirin large 1
◎ sugar 1 tbsp
◎Soy sauce
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Kiyomizu Temple

How to get to Kiyomizu-Dera Temple

The best way to get to Kiyomizu-Dera Temple from Kyoto Station is to take the bus. (There is a bus terminal in front of Kyoto Station, and bus stops are lined up by destination. When you get off the bus, the bus driver will announce “Please get off here if you are going to Kiyomizu-dera Temple”, so you will not miss the bus.
From the bus stop to Kiyomizu-Dera Temple, it is an uphill walk, so it is better to choose shoes with the mindset that you will be lightly climbing up the mountain for about 15 minutes.
Kiyomizu-gojo station on Keihan line is the closest station.If you go from Gion-shijo station, you can also see other sites like Yasaka shrine on the way to Kiyomizu-Temple.

boiled crab.

I ate boiled crab.
Ingredients (for 1 animal)
blue crab
One animal
water (for boiling)
1500ml
salt (for boiling)
3 tablespoons
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Kiyomizu Temple

Famous Slope Street

There are many kinds of souvenir shops along Kiyomizu-zaka street.And many of those would let you try some food samples, so you could even be full without buying anything.
Sannen-zaka street which connects Kiyomizu-zaka street has old fashioned buildings and streets alongside it too.
There are many sweets shops along Ninenn-zaka street.

meatball pot.

I ate a meatball pot.
Ingredients (plenty for 3 people)

  • Minced pork
    200 grams
    *Salt
    1/4 small
    ★Potato starch
    Large 3
    ★ Sesame oil
    Large 1
  • grated garlic
    a bit
    ★ Grated ginger
    a bit
  • Soy sauce
    1/2 small
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Kiyomizu Temple

Autumn Season

Kiyomizu-Temple is also famous for its autumn colors.In autumn, about 1000 Japanese maples around Kiyomizu-Temple dye their leaves bright red.The autumn colour overlooking the stage of Kiyomizu are breathtakingly beautiful.

western bento box.

I ate a western bento box.
Ingredients (for 1 person)
■ ☆ Japanese-style tofu gratin ☆
Firm tofu
150g 6 equal pieces
Noodle soup
10cc
Dried bonito, green onion, cheese, sesame
moderate amount
■ ☆Eggplant tomato gratin☆
small sliced ​​eggplant
Three
canned tomatoes
1 tablespoon
cheese for pizza
moderate amount
herbal salt or salt
2 swings
■ ☆Deep-fried chicken☆
Bite-sized chicken thigh
2 pieces
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Kiyomizu Temple

Spring Seasn

Kiyomizu-Temple is also famous for its cherry blossoms.In spring, about 1,500 cherry trees such as “Yoshino cherry tree” are in full bloom.The cherry blossoms that surround the main hall and look down from the stage of Kiyomizu are said to be spectacular.

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