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Popeye – Special Edition: Where I Go in Kyoto

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POPEYE magazine is the “Magazine for City Boys”.


The founders printed this on the cover of the magazine when it debuted in 1976. What’s a “city boy”? The term doesn’t appear in the dictionary and no expert panel could define it. So we felt we should explore every aspect of what this “city boy” might be. After decades of debate, it still makes for a topic of lively discussion. It can be a style or a way of thinking. To get an idea of what makes a city boy, read POPEYE magazine.  

Popeye – Special Edition: Where I Go in Kyoto

New York, Paris, London, Portland, Tokyo, etc.
Although we have featured city guides for various cities around the world,
I forgot about the Millennium City!
With the editorial department moving to Kyoto, we have been walking all over to find good restaurants and delicious food.
It was so interesting that the number of pages increased a bit,
Please take your time and read it slowly.
Oh, don't forget to let us know when you travel!

Part 1: Sorry to bother you, Kyoto.
After taking a break with coffee and donuts, we headed to Kamogawa.
I visited Popeye's friends.
Let's listen to what our seniors have to say. Hitoshi Okamoto
If you walk down the street, you'll find a nice, small store.
Lunch is in town. Would you like Kyoto Chinese food, Western food, or udon? Mackerel sushi is also good.
Rikako Yagi hops on the stepping stones of the Kamogawa River.
Let's think about the traditions of Kyoto.
Guide to Kyoto edited by “Hohoho-za”! HOPEYE
I would also like to visit the craftsmen at work.
Kyoto was also a treasure trove of affordable and unique accommodations.
The first dinner was Takocho or Itosen.
I went to a coffee shop that was open until late.
Mornings in Kyoto start with a curry bread set.
The shops around Jodo-ji Temple have one, two, or three quirks.
Western city boys gather north of Nijo Castle.
I'll come to you from the back door of Kyoto.
Tell us about the special features of the mayor of Kyoto.
Kyoto has always been a city of regular visitors.
One-two-three tips for sightseeing in Kyoto recommended by professionals in the field!
Let me show you my favorite gardens in Kyoto.

Part 2: It’s been a while, Kyoto.
Take the Eizan train from Shugakuin to Demachiyanagi. Visiting Kyoto for the first time in a while.
This seems to be a city of art as well.
I wonder why the things I see on the streets of Kyoto are so graphic.
Jodoji Temple, where you can find anything just by walking.
Stretch yourself a little tonight. Beef for Ansan, or river fish for Yoshiyuki.
Things I want to do in Kyoto. That's something to be nervous about.
How do young craftsmen make and sell their products?
Let's learn how to see old things from this city.
Ankake in winter in Kyoto.
There are many unique shops hidden around Kitano Tenmangu Shrine.
In Kyoto, go to an inn where you can enjoy something special.
Enjoy a day in Kyoto with dark roasted coffee.
There are so many things that can only be found in Kyoto!
I spared no time to sleep and walked around Kyoto at night.
My guide to Kyoto.
Kyoto Eat Up Guide

    Language: Japanes