Best Wagashi (Japanese Sweets) shops in Kyoto - page2

Wagashi, or traditional Japanese sweets, are often served with matcha tea. Kyoto is the home ground for wagashi, and there are many shops with hundreds of years of history.
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Awamochi-dokoro Sawaya

13th Generation Awamochi, a mochi made with millet grains
Nijo Castle & Kitano Tenmangu / Central Kyoto Area
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Hourandou Togetsukyo Honten - Main store

Take a break in Arashiyama with some Japanese sweets
Arashiyama & Sagano / Other 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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Kyoto-Saryo

Enjoy Matcha and wagashi from established shops affordably inside the Kyoto Station building
Kyoto Station / Central Kyoto Area
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Kamo Mitarashi chaya

Freshly grilled and fragrant! Mitarashi-dango with sweet sauce
Shimogamo Shrine & Kitayama / Central Kyoto Area
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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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Otafuku

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

Traditional and innovational sweets putting smiles near Shisendo
Shisendo Temple & Ichijoji / Central Kyoto Area
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Nijo-Wakasaya Teramachi

A cafe with colorful sweets run by an old Japanese “wagashi” confectioner
Imperial Palace & Teramachi / Central Kyoto Area
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Amatou Kissa Tsukigase

A long-running teahouse famous as “Anmitsu Tsukigase”
Downtown / Central Kyoto Area
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