Along Shirakawa River in Gion is a preserved historical area of traditional Kyoto wooden townhouses. It’s a marvelous spot with hints of history showcased through the structures. In the corner of this area is a dessert shop called, Gion-Komori. This is a popular place among local young people, tourists, and foreign visitors, for one can enjoy true Kyoto sweets in a historic Japanese setting. Guests are reminded that they are truly experiencing Kyoto when they visit this cafe.
A satisfying ensemble of delicate green tea ice cream, bouncy Warabi-mochi, and vanilla ice cream. Try to indulge it before the ice cream melts.
Enjoy this bowl with big pieces of Warabi-mochi, chestnuts, green tea ice cream, Red bean jam, Agar, Green tea jelly, and Shiratama (mochi). Pour the sweet molasses according to your taste.
A bitter drink that creates perfect balance when enjoyed with some sweets. Add syrup to make it less bitter.
English menu with photos are available. If you want a cold dessert, we recommend the parfait or "Anmitsu" the items under "Red Bean Jam, Agar". For a hot dessert, we recommend "Zenzai".
|Category||Matcha / Green Tea|
|Address||61 Motoyoshicho, Higashiyama-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 605-0087|
|Directions||4-minute walk from Keihan Line Gion Shijo station|
|Open Hours||11am - 9pm（8:30pm last order） *Open on Sundays and holidays until 8pm (7:30 last order)|
|Reservations||Accepted (for groups of 15 or more people)|
|Closed||Wednesdays (open if it is a national holiday)|
|Notes||There maybe waiting times before being seated during weekends|
¥1,000 ~ ¥2,000
|Credit cards||Not accepted|
|Good for||Romantic, With Friends|
English menu is available
|Lanuages spoken||Japanese only|
|Number of seats||124 seats|
|Private dining rooms||None|
|Non smoking / smoking||Non smoking|