Best Wagashi (Japanese Sweets) shops in Gion & Kiyomizu Temple, Kyoto

Bump into Maiko-san in a traditional atmosphere. Wagashi are traditional Japanese style sweets.
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Kasagiya

The elegant sweetness and fluffy texture of ohagi (pounded rice covered in red bean paste)
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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Kagizen Yoshifusa Honten-Main store

This Store on the Gion Tour Route Sells Delicious Wagashi (Japanese Sweets)
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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Bunnosuke Chaya Honten ― Main store

Try warabi-mochi and amazake in a space that recreates a traditional Japanese cafe
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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Kuromame Saan Kitao Gion

Fresh dango on a stick and mochi made with select kuromame
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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Rakusyou

Warabi Mochi's supple texture, matcha aroma, and dainty sweetness make it a real favorite
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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Wagashi

ZEN CAFE

Kagizen, a Japanese Confectionery Shop Established in Mid 1600`s, Shows New Face as a Modernly Decorated Cafe
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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NEW Wagashi

Otafuku

8 colorful, handmade ohagi (Japanese sweet rice balls)
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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