Kyoto – Nishiki market *

Kyoto - Nishiki market *

Le marché Nishiki est un marché alimentaire célèbre dans la ville de Kyoto et est fréquenté et aimé aussi bien par les touristes que par les Japonais. Le plus célèbre des produits alimentaires dans ce marché est le cornichon japonais appelés "Tsukemono". Ces cornichons et les méthodes de préparation ont été transmis de générations en générations de japonais et ont été utilisés comme un moyen de conservation les légumes pour les consommer hors saisons. Ces cornichons ont été un aliment de base de la nourriture japonaise pendant de nombreuses années.
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Nishiki market is a famous food market in Kyoto city and is frequented and loved by the tourists and Japanese alike. The most famous of the food items in this market is the Japanese pickles called "Tsukemono". These pickles and it’s creation methods have been handed down to generations of Japanese and have been used as a way to preserve vegetables to be eaten during non seasons. These pickles have been a staple of Japanese food for many years.

Teramachi Street (寺町通 teramachidōri) is a historical street in Kyoto, Japan, running north-south. The area extending from Shijō Street to somewhat above Sanjō Street is an arcade containing an assortment of shops and services, both traditional and modern. The street’s name literally means "Temple Town", similar to English "Templeton", and reflects the large number of temples moved there during Toyotomi Hideyoshi’s remodeling of Kyoto in the 16th century.

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