New Year in Kyoto. In Kyoto, where seasonal events are held, the New Year is actually the quietest of the year. Of course, I do New Year's Eve and New Year's Eve, but basically the shops are closed and the city is quiet with few tourists. The atmosphere is full of relaxing at home around New Year. Rather, Kyoto, where seasonal events are held firmly, and New Year's events are probably "slow at home". That's why my family decides to "slowly at home" following the example. However, as a result of thinking that I wanted to incorporate "Kyoto-like New Year" somewhere, "Purchase New Year's items at Nishiki Market, the kitchen of Kyoto".
Yes, that's why Nishiki Market has arrived. It's a great manpower. I went to New Year's Eve on December 31st, when the end of the year was approaching! After cleaning up, I thought it was the last shopping gracefully, but this was the battlefield lol. The aim is to collect ingredients for "Toshikoshi soba," "New Year dishes," and "Zoni." This time, we will collect ingredients for "Zoni". How to get to Nishiki Market is Shijo Station on the Karasuma Line, Hankyu Karasuma Station, 3 minutes walk, Kawaramachi Station 2 minutes walk, Gion Shijo Station 6 minutes walk, Is it a place? Anyway, access is convenient. It's in the middle of Kyoto.
First of all, mochi. There is Kyoto Nishiki Market. There is a store specializing in mochi. Its name is "Kyoto Nishiki Mochitsukiya".
Speaking of Kyoto, it is Marumochi. It's Ya. When you put it in ozoni, it's softened by boiling it instead of making it into yakimochi. You can enjoy the thick mochi. Buy without hesitation!
Next, when it comes to ozoni in Kyoto, white miso. It's already sweet for Edokko. The taste is enough to determine that it is different from Tokyo-style ozoni. A major element in making elegant ozoni. I bought this again without hesitation.
If you come with mochi and white miso, next is Kamaboko. Go to "Nishiki yamaichi".
Maizuru's specialty "Kamaboko Koban". There was also a Kyoto-like pike conger, but this time it's here.
After that, let's add the fu. It's sold here and there, so I'm wondering where to buy it. This "Kinki" shop is good.
It's a Kyoto-like ingredient, so let's add it. It goes well with soup. It is also recommended to eat it with sashimi. Ganmo looks delicious too. Oops, it's Hirosu in Kyoto. It is said to be the Ateji of a sweet made by frying wheat flour called Philosophy in Portugal. After that, I bought chicken, three leaves, and yuzu, and I wonder if the ozoni ingredients are complete. Nishiki Market 609 Nishidaimonji-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 075-211-3882