Japanese Street Food - GIANT MUSSELS + Seafood and Street Food of Nishiki Market in Kyoto, Japan

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  • Published on:  Saturday, May 19, 2018
  • Check out https://ExpressVPN.com/thefoodranger for 3 months free w/ 1 year pack and 49% OFF! Japanese Street Food - GIANT MUSSELS - We found some of the BEST street food in Japan in Nishiki Market in Kyoto, Japan! Join us today for a HUGE street food tour of some of the most delicious Japanese street food in Kyoto!

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    Today, I'm (Trevor James, The Food Ranger) taking you on a huge street food tour of Kyoto, trying a bunch of delicious street food and seafood of both the Nishiki market in Kyoto, Japan, and also the streets of Kyoto to taste a bunch of different delicacies.

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    In Kyoto, Japan, there is a bunch of different street foods to try. It's quite a small town but there is a lot to eat, and much much more than regular Japanese sushi and sashimi!

    First, we are going to the Nishiki market, where we try some delicious seafood like Giant Mussels, amazing Tuna and Salmon sashimi, tasty raw uni sea urchin and oysters, takoyaki octopus and also some okonomiyaki Japanese pancakes. You could spend a lifetime trying all the different snacks and ramen restaurants around this street food market. We wanted to try a little more Japanese cuisine outside of the market, so we kept Foodrangin' for more and found the most delicious fried tempura of your dreams. It was perfectly crispy and yet succulent and soft too. The shrimp was springy and fresh, and the eel was so flavourful!

    After the delicious Japanese tempura, we went for some delicious Sushi. It was one of those famous conveyor belt sushi restaurants, and to be honest, it was not the most amazing sushi in Japan, but it was still a fun experience. We tried salmon nigiri, raw tuna nigiri, uni sea urchin, otoro fatty tuna belly, and more, like raw squid nigiri and a few other cuts of fish as well.

    To finish off the day, we went for an amazing bowl of Japanese ramen. It was shoyu ramen made from pork bones and a rich soy sauce. There was nice and fatty slices of pork and tons of delicious and springy noodles along with fried gyoza Japanese dumplings as well!

    It was some of the BEST Japanese street food in Japan! Everything we tried was delicious!

    Here are the addresses for all of these amazing Japanese street foods:

    1) Giant Mussels, Seafood, Takoyaki, and Okonomiyaki - Nishiki Market

    2) Incredibly soft and flavourful Japanese Tempura -Tendon Makino Kyoto Teramachi

    3) Conveyor belt sushi and sashimi with tons of different cuts of Japanese seafood - Sushi No Musashi

    4) Amazing Japanese Shoyu Ramen - Kyoto Takabashi Honke Daiichi Asahi

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  • The Food Ranger
    The Food Ranger  6 months ago +11

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  • Nidya-nyan Art
    Nidya-nyan Art  7 days ago

    Apa cuma gue yg melihat kayak ada belatung yg bergerak kisaran menit 2.12 - 2.18. Atau gue salah liat

  • Mustafa Gohar
    Mustafa Gohar  7 days ago

    Hi jaan love you so much jaan mmxxxwww my son

  • AKSHAY GANESH
    AKSHAY GANESH  7 days ago

    Pls share restaurant names and addresses

  • Sean South
    Sean South  7 days ago

    Is that $36 for those 3 pieces of uni in its shell?

  • HappyMV
    HappyMV  7 days ago +2

    Pure YUM! A destination on my world travel list.

  • Michelle Almoite
    Michelle Almoite  7 days ago

    Your videos are super cool! Thank you for sharing your adventures to all of us 😊

  • hackjaelee
    hackjaelee  7 days ago

    Please come to Korea !

  • Patrick Trinidad
    Patrick Trinidad  14 days ago

    Stop 🛑 with the okonomiyaqui sauce

  • doug marcus
    doug marcus  14 days ago

    Not so fresh sushi even made in Japan is still a no no for me

  • toady
    toady  14 days ago +1

    I rather like Japanese food --- except they put (too much) sugar in their sauces.

  • phil phil
    phil phil  14 days ago

    Don't forget to pay the bill.very expensive.ha ha !guy.!

  • phil phil
    phil phil  14 days ago

    Eating the sushi was flavor tasty.and very healthy .

  • Lorenzo Aguilar
    Lorenzo Aguilar  21 days ago

    nice show, its possible to do it without a host, just a narrator? the guy sucks, the food is awesome

  • chisel chin
    chisel chin  21 days ago

    so this guy speaks fluent japanese and he's never seen this food before?

  • Louis Cheng
    Louis Cheng  21 days ago +1

    Did you realise that you were speaking Mandarin to the Japanese? :-)

  • Frances Brown
    Frances Brown  28 days ago

    What happens when they don't sell it all?😏

  • Amiel1
    Amiel1  28 days ago

    Its "tem pura" bat "tem Pure ra"

  • melodious tune
    melodious tune  1 months ago

    Itna khaata hai sala fir bhi mota nahi hota

  • Dr. Rhiannon A. La Passioneria CMDR USN Ret.

    It is..., Tem-poor-ah..., Not Tem-pure-ah. :)