Los Gatos, California
November 24, 2003
With so much to see and do in Kyoto, taking time out to eat is not a priority, but it is a necessity. While passing through the extensive underground shopping arcades, "Porta" and "The Cube" that connect the JR Railway and subway Kyoto stations, we discovered a mother lode of great restaurants.
From then on, we ate there all the time, trying different restaurants each day. We enjoyed Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and Spanish cuisines, all at very reasonable prices and with a minimal loss of time from our over-crowded schedules.
That's what I call a win-win situation!
From journal The Other Half of Our Dream Vacation