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Too Much Kaiseki (in Kyoto)?

WorldwideEater | Feb 28, 2014 10:27 PM

I went a little crazy and made reservations for four kaiseki restaurants over a period of two days. Right now, I have:

Kikunoi (lunch)
Nakamura (dinner)
Chihana (lunch)
Kichisen (dinner)

I'm thinking, though, that might be too much kaiseki over four days. What do people think? And if that's a lot, which should be kept/cut? If it matters (or if you can't tell), when I travel, I'm the type that wants to eat at the city's "best" restaurant in terms of food. Don't care too much about service, atmosphere, etc.

Also, with that in mind, what non-kaiseki recommendations do people have for Kyoto?

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