Hood location, good taste. Handmade sweets - very unique, wonderful, had a good time in Kyoto. Thank you very much, Mikiko san!
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We had ice-cream in this place, which sells also various kinds of sweets. Do not expect overly sweet Ben&Jerry's, but matcha ice with bean paste mixed with cake. Very special and delicate taste combinations, worth discovering.
You simply have to stop by this sweet eatery if you are a fan of shaved ice, kakigori. They simply make the most elegant, tasty and gorgeous kakigori in Kyoto (believe me, we tried many during our trip). They have a very limited kakigori selection but everything on the menu is simply perfection. We actually went here twice (despite the... More
We discovered this fabulous store on our honeymoon. The utlra modern and chic hotel, Kanra, where we were staying, had sweets or lozenges from this store at their reception. And my husband and I would always frab a handfull evertime we walked in and out of the hotel. Till one day, the staff just gave us the address of the... More
If you are looking for a great kyoto sweets, you are looking at the right spot. At koishi, you will experience a real kyoto through a series of kyoto sweets featured by kokuto (okinawan brown sugar) and Matcha! But the line gets insanely long and you will be waiting outside, I do not recommend going there after lunch time. Go... More
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