In the evening, strolled to the destination, Kappo Takohachi, via Rokkaku Dori.
Rokkakudo seen from inside the observation elevator of the adjacent Ikenobo Building. Shiunzan Chohoji Temple was the birthplace of flower arrangement and was the independent Tendai Buddhism temple, where Ikenobo Family served as abbot.
Rokkakudo's bell tower facing Rokkaku Dori.
Blue Bottle Coffee on Rokkaku Dori was also crowded.
Moved Takoyakushi Dori and went to the crossing of Teramachi Dori or Shinkyogoku Dori. Takoyakushi Shrine was in front.
Looking forward to the spring menu at Kappo Takohachi on this visit to Kyoto.
First boiled rape blossoms and fried bean curd.
Kizushi, vinegered mackerel.
Grilled Guji, tilefish, with salt.
Guji skin. Kappo Takohachi grilled the skin and scales to a crisp separately before serving it.
Boiled and fried small potatoes.
Aburame, fat greenling, newborns from Akashi Sea. Deep fried.
Most looking forward to the taste of spring, "Wakatake-ni", simmered young bamboo shoots. As it was probably the last one for this year, asked a big serving.
It has been a long time since the last visit to Kappo Takohachi. The owner chef and his wife seemed in good health, and as usual, the restaurant was packed as soon as it opened. Everything was delicious, and it was a happy spring evening.
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