Went here because its the model store for Tamako Market. There is no queue when we went there. There's a lot of mochi disolayed. We only tried the mame daifuku , unfortunately we did not like it but overall a nice experience.
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When I go to Kyoto, I always come this place. They have many kinds of Japanese sweets including their signature Mame-Mochi. The balance of black soy, anko, and mochi are exceptional! I also love their chestnut version especially in the fall. No matter what, you...More
Its not a restaurant its actually a shop. A very old and traditional mochi (Japanese rice cake) shop. Almost always there is a long queue but the service is fast and they have good number of staff. It's very popular for its mame-mochi but my...More
Their signature mochi, Myodai Mamemochi, is great! It's authentic, and not too sweet. Also, the beans give it just the right consistency. Delicious! Most days you'll find that you're not the only one hunting for delish mochi, and the queuing might seem daunting. However, it's...More
Even though it was raining, my Japanese friend told us we MUST find this shop regardless. We were lucky the queue was not that long that day. Their signature item, “Myodai Mamemochi" definitely lives up to its expectation as best seller. it was soft, melts...More
A great sweets shop with authentic Japanese sweets. Must have Mame-daifukumochi and also great seasonal sweets as well.
I first came in the afternoon, but I had to come again very early in the morning to get their limited autumn mochi with Japanese chestnut. But the 30-minute waiting was paid off. I can recommend this shop for those who want to try real...More
I was attracted by the long queue in front of this shop when I firstly passed by. Demachi Futaba has been established for more than 120 years and they make very traditional mochi with some seasonal specialties. For example, they have yuzi flavour mocha during...More
We were definitely the only non-Japanese people in line which means you know it's going to be good but also presents some challenges. We got by with just pointing and holding up the number of fingers we wanted of each "flavor" which means we guessed...More