But what to buy for Omiyage in Kyoto?
One of my recommendation is Yatsu Hashi!
Yatsu Hashi has 2 types, one is baked and the other is raw.
Baked Yatsu Hashi
Nama (Raw) Yatsu Hashi
Baked Yatsu Hashi is like senbei or crackers, but less salty harder than them! The photo above is a bite-size, but there are more longer type also.
Nama Yatsuhashi is not baked, very soft mochi like texture with an filling.
*What is AN? click here to wiki
I love Raw Nama Yatsu Hashi better! There are a lot of types of textures and an!
Nikki(Cinnamon) + Red Bean
White and Black Sesame Paste
This is Red Wine Flavor!
And there are also Yatsu Hashi without fillings.
I will give you one advice.... Nama Yatsu Hashi's use-by date is really short, around a week, so you should get them slight before leaving Kyoto!
Hmm! Yummy anyway!