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Kyono-Yosuga, Colorful confections packed in a wooden box
This Japanese confection shop is marked by its large billboard and curtain over the entryway. It was founded about 200 years ago. The interior of the shop still retains the atmosphere of the era of its founding, and the tools, items, and decorations from that era are on display. Its famous "Kyono-Yosuga" is a wooden box packed with colorful confections. The delicately hand-crafted confections are very delicious. They only stay fresh for about a week, but you can divide a box among a few members of your group to remember your trip by. It is fun to eat them while reflecting and talking among yourselves.
Kyono-Yosuga
1Recommend!
Kyono-Yosuga / ¥3,600
Enjoy dried confections and bean paste confections that show signs of the four seasons. The contents of the box change about once a month. *Prices vary by size and box type. Wooden box: ¥3,600│¥4.400│¥5700 and up Paper box: ¥1,100│¥2,400
Kyono-Tsuchi
2Recommend!
Kyono-Tsuchi / ¥800
These large, square confections are made with bran. Break them into pieces inside the package before eating. As you eat them, the sweetness of sugar spreads through your mouth. They go well with green tea. They stay fresh for about one week.
Chitose
3Check it out!
Chitose / 1pieces ¥420
Instant oshiruko sweet soup. Pour hot water over it in a bowl and instantly make sweet oshiruko soup. It stays fresh for about one month.
Karukaru
4Check it out!
Karukaru / 1pieces ¥250
Sembei rice crackers containing soy flour. They are small and light. They stay fresh for about a month, so they would make good souvenirs.
How to buy
If you are in a group with many people, buy the Kyono-Yosuga and share it. For groups of one or two, buy Kyono-Tsuchi. For Souvenirs, we recommend Chitose or Karukaru.
- Shopping Tips -
It is fun just to soak in the atmosphere inside the shop. You are allowed to take pictures of the products, but please do so quietly so as not to disturb the other customers.
3.8 goods3.5 service3.5 fun4.3
Price
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
Shiho
3.5 goods4.0 service3.0 fun3.5
This Japanese sweets shop was founded over 200 years ago. The noren dividers in front of the shop are orange and have the shop's turtle logo on them. This shop's specialty is their "Kyono-Yosuga" box of dried and bean paste confections, also known as "four-and-half tatami mats box". The square box is made of Japanese cedar, and inside the box are cute seasonal traditional Japanese sweets. You can only buy these confectionaries in Kyoto, so if you come here I recommend you buy this box!
Sampo
4.0 goods3.0 service4.0 fun5.0
Looking outside, you can't even be sure if they are open. But once you open the sliding door, you are going to hear a friendly shout asking you if you want some sweets. And these sweets are pretty! A bit pricy, but all works of art in themselves.
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Kamesuehiro / 亀末廣
Category Sweets
Phone +81 75-221-5110
Address 251, Kurumayacho, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 604-8185
Directions 5-minute walk from Subway Karasuma Line Karasuma Oike Station.
Open Hours 8:30~18:00
Closed Sundays and holidays
Notes Since the store only has one or two sales clerks, they like to minimize the time spent on orders.
Price range
¥1,000 ~ ¥2,000
Credit cards Not accepted
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
No English menu.
Information Japanese only
Lanuages spoken Japanese only
Shipping services Not accepted
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