Back in Kyoto, Japan! Onsen and Vegetarian Food in Arashiyama


Kyoto is one of the best places to visit in Japan! My favourite to travel to in Kyoto is Arashiyama because there are so many things to see and do and a lot of must try food! In this Kyoto vlog I show you my favourite onsen in Kyoto, Japan and share my vegetarian and vegan food recommendations when staying in Arashiyama! Being vegetarian or vegan in Japan and finding traditional food can be difficult so I am really excited to guide you to these places!
In this video I travel from Tokyo to Kyoto by Shinkansen! I have been to Kyoto many times before and in my opinion it is one of the most beautiful areas to view the seasonal changes. Its also super convenient base for many day trips to the surrounding areas so I am really excited to take you along with me.
The restaurant I mentioned is called Okunoniwa and it is right in the heart of Arashiyama! It has a dedicated vegan option and a separate vegetarian option as well as option for those with allergies.
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  1. please vegan nazi go to temples.
    especially Hieizan(shiga pref.) or Kouyasan(wakayama pref.)
    they have very strictly rules.
    you can eat lots of grass.

  2. (100%日本人だが)京都の商売人凄い。ベジタリアン向けのコロッケ券売機、とか(可能性ある市場は根こそぎ行くねん)って感じ・・これなら高校生でもお婆ちゃんでも客逃さないで商売できるもんね。 しっかし一個百円で開発費回収できるのだろうか?

    As a 100% Native Japanese in Tokyo area, I were rather surprised with Kyoto Peoples passion for Sales activities.
    Vegetable only Croquette for Vegetarian (with ticket sales machine). The vending machine informed us a passion of Kyoto people, never escape the potential customer, who once passing through m just like a talented fisherman throwing a net to the street. haha
    But afraid how many Croquette to be sold before the investment cost to be returned.

  3. Glad you and your Mum are having fun on your mother-daughter getaway. I love Kyoto but way too many tourists nowadays.

  4. The weather around Kyoto-Shiga was so cold for Spring. One of my professors said this was the coldest Spring he has experienced, and he has been living in Japan for more than 20 years.

  5. Shinkansen is the best, and Ekiben is the cherry on top for high-speed rail travel in Japan! BUT that tofu rice at Okunoniwa looks really good! I might have to try and make that.

  6. I always enjoy your videos you take us to so many nice places, Does your Mom like Japan? Have a lovely weekend ( Judy )

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