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profile member asked on Nov 3, 2016

what's the name of this eatery in Kyoto?

I wonder what's the name of this eatery in Kyoto. It is located just above Highball Bar at Shijo Dori street

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answered on 11/3/16 by
a VT member from Melbourne

[original link]


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answered on 11/3/16 by
a VT member from Toronto

It says "Sukiya", a chain restaurant. [original link]


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answered on 11/4/16 by
a VT member from Athens

thanks so much, one more I cant remember the name or the address is the following, according to my notes we just walked just a few meters north of the main train station but cant find any info about this and dont have the address, any help will be highly appreciated as I am ready to start writing my Kyoto page


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answered on 11/4/16 by
a VT member from Toronto

This is another chain, called Gyoza no Ohsho, serving dumplings.
[original link]


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answered on 11/14/16 by
a VT member from Athens

thanks [VT member 93f85] guys!

now than I completed my Kyoto page I want to write about this small one inside Shin-Osaka station


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answered on 11/14/16 by
a VT member from Toronto

It says "Uzen soba", a noodles shop.


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answered on 11/15/16 by
a VT member from Toronto

I just looked at the larger photo on your page. I don't think there is a name, the two words actually read "udon" and "soba", the two types of Japanese noodles that they serve in the restaurant. The two characters beside it simply read "Noodles Shop". I don't see a name, unless Noodles Shop is the name.


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answered on 11/15/16 by
a VT member from Athens

thanks Mimi!
I wrote my review under your suggestion as Udon Soba Noodles Shop in Shin-Osaka station :)
[original VT link]


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answered on 11/15/16 by
a VT member from Toronto

You just need to change the name from "Uzun Soba" in your tip. :) I misread it the first time. uzen is actually udon.


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answered on 11/15/16 by
a VT member from Athens

oups, ok! :)


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answered on 12/10/16 by
a VT member from Athens

what about this statue and two monuments at Miyajima's promenade:


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answered on 12/10/16 by
a VT member from Toronto

The first one is Taira no Kiyomori.
The second one states that this is one of the Japan's three most scenic places.
The last photo is a UNESCO Heritage site sign for Itsukushima Shrine.


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answered on 12/10/16 by
a VT member from Athens

indeed, it is a scenic island! thanks so much!


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answered on 12/10/16 by
a VT member from Toronto

No prob. Would love to go there some day!

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