Sendai Shakado "Daimaki" Kyoto December 7th 13:46
“Daikon Daki,” a traditional Japanese dish featuring radish cooked in a large kettle in hopes of a well-being, is being held at Senbon Shakyodo in Kyoto.
Daikon Daki is said to have begun in the Kamakura period as an event celebrating the enlightenment of Shakyamuni. It is held at Senbon Shakado in Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto, on December 7th and 8th every year.
On the 7th, many large kettles with a diameter of about 1 meter were lined up in the precincts, and daikon radishes and deep-fried chicken were beaten up in kelp.
Visitors made a long line from the morning in the cold enough to breathe, and tasted the hot radishes when they received a steaming bowl.
A 65-year-old woman from Otsu City said, “Dashigashi-mi is a delicious and delicious dish. Every year I am happy to be able to have this done.
Thousand Shakyakudo “daikon daki” is prepared for 1,000 yen per cup, and it is held from 10 am to 4 pm on the 8th, and about 15,000 cups are served in 2 days.