Left: This was my last bite of Okonomiyaki I had in Kyoto on our first day. A pancake of eggs, flour, diced ginger, lettuce, scallops and shrimp. We addd mayo and seaweed flakes at the table.
Right: It seems every type of picked radish or vegetable can be found in Japan. This cute little stand was on our way to the Philospher's Path of temples and shrines. I was especially attracted to the bright colors.
Below: In Japan, sweet rice cakes as well as moon cakes are sold in every store you pass. The glutinous rice cakes are delicate and often filled with fruit pastes.