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If you are visiting sannenzaka and ninenzaka to have a trip back in Japan old days, than this teahouse is definitely your missing piece. I went there with my family, it was rather hard to find since the shop is small and it is family...More
This is a little tea house, serving authentic Japanese snacks, mainly made up from red beans & macha. The price is very reasonable and the cosy ambience gives a nice break from the crowd & seemingly endless souvenir shops along Ninenzaka
On the way to Kiyomizu temple( along walk up hill) we stopped by this old and typical tea shop for a red bean soup. The place is authentic and traditionally a family business. Small with wooden chair, cosy and warm in winter for refuge. This...More
The owner was well-mannered and lovely. If you like japanese traditional desserts it's worth a try! The atmosphere is quiet and relaxing. The place looks like a step into the past! Good rest stop if you're around.
This is a sweet shop tucked in a small traditional hut. For those who would like to experience a traditional feel, this is the place to go. However, it is very cramp. I find the dessert is a bit sweet for me. Nevertheless, they are...More
Tiny traditional tea house near the top of Ninen-zaka. It's easily missed as the facade is small and the sign is only in Japanese, but look immediately to the left for the display of traditional desserts along the stairs just after Ninen-zaka branches off from...More
I first visited Kasagi-ya in 1986 - in winter, it was a warm welcome place. I hasn't changed and Kyoko still runs it with her mum and husband - fourth generation. Now that's tradition.
Can be easily missed, tucked in beside the stone stairway on...More
I went there with my wife to have a desert and tea after nice reviews. The menu was limited and my wife didn't want to eat anything. I ordered a desert and tea and he asked what my wife wants. When we said she doesn't...More