Kyoto's food is "Nishiki Ichiba."
As a Kyoto kitchen, this name is familiar to local residents, and originates from the name of Nishiki Tenmanomiya, which stands down at the start of Nishiki Ichiba.
For many years, there have been a series of restaurants handling foodstuffs in this region.
Many stores handle food ingredients that are essential to Kyoto's dining table, such as pickles and Tsukuni.
In recent years, many tourists have gained popularity, and there have been many sweets shops and gourmet spots suitable for eating and walking.