where to eat cheap in Kyoto? (10)

During my stay in Kyoto, i spend every dinner in 1 place, the mighty Kyoto Station! Usually I dine first in the ramen village in 10th floor, and then for late snack and breakfast I buy them at the supermarket in basement.

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Great tips for all of you who was travelling on budget, always buy your dinner in supermarket near the closing hour, because they will give additional discount!

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fresh tuna with only 500 yen? totally worth your money!

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fresh salmon sashimi for only 440 yen!

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but unfortunately some of them wont be on discount T_T

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ALWAYS pick a box with discount sticker on it. Dont ever pick the other box, because only the box with sticker will be discounted!

I really really love to exploring the supermarket in Japan. All the cuteness and all of the interesting thing, and of course all of the yumminess, are hard to miss out.

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They sold flowers! To eat?! Maybe LOL

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For japaner, fruit are serious business, the fruit were all in high quality, cute packaging and detail about the origin of the fruit.

 

And they also have the tradition to gave omiyage during their holiday, and you will saw ton of cute and delicious looking omiyage in Japan.

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fugu!!!

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Look at the freaking price! it was out of my wallet T_T but all of them looks very appetizing

and high quality!

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The delicious looking cake!

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I totally recommend this karage. Best karage ever! The crunchiness was simply the best I ever tried. I bought this karage everyday during my stay in Kyoto LOL

 

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