Beauty and lifestyle video blogger Kim Dao travels by train to a river dining restaurant in Kyoto, Japan, in a video that she made in May, 2017. River dining, or kawadoko restaurants are situated near rivers, and are common in the Kyoto region. A tour of a spectacular bamboo forest is also part of the itinerary on Kim Dao’s visit to Kyoto. Learn more: http://www.kimdaoblog.com/
As pleasant instrumental music plays in the background, Kim Dao rides on a train, and some interesting views of the Japanese countryside are offered.
The river dining restaurant where Kim Dao decides to eat is a large and attractive establishment that is built around and over a river. A fascinating feature at this eatery is the system of split pieces of bamboo that have water running through them. Learn more: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/kim-dao
The pieces of bamboo with the flowing water are arranged in front of dining spaces, and actually have noodles running through them. As Kim Dao demonstrates in the video, diners simply reach over and remove a desired amount of noodles from the tubes with chopsticks as they pass by. Learn more: https://www.depop.com/kimdaoblog
After eating at the river dining restaurant, Kim Dao visits the popular bamboo forest, with its multitude of tall, thin trees. This is followed by some shopping and a dessert break in Kyoto. Learn more: http://inspirery.com/kim-dao/