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Fu Fu Fu and...

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Discover Japanese Fu – glutinous puffs from traditional to modern styles
Fu is made with wheat gluten; it has a simple taste and a distinctive texture. It must be tried first to understand its traditional taste. FuFuFu and…, located right across from the flagship store which was established in 1689, is modernly decorated where you will find fu products like crouton-type fu, chocolate fu, and fu snacks. The packagings on all of the products are very elegant making them perfect for gifts.
Soup de OFU
Soup de OFU / ¥400
Fu is often eaten in miso soup and enjoyed in other traditional Japanese cuisines. Try these “Soup de OFU” products that can be used like croutons in soups or crushed on salads. There is a variety of flavors available: Basil, pumpkin, black pepper, red pepper, and cheese. It’s a twist of traditional Japanese Fu with western flavors.
Snacks Made with Fu
Snacks Made with Fu / ¥700 per box of Kozue or Minori
Even Japanese people will be surprised to try these snacks made out of fu. The sticks of chocolate covered crispy fu are moderately sweet and easy to eat. The chocolate covered fu, “kozue,” comes in three flavors: black tea, green tea, and cocoa. The round crispy snacks are named “minori,” and have savory tastes like sansho peppers, shichimi 7-blend spice, black pepper, and ginger.
Try Variety of Fu in Soups
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Try Variety of Fu in Soups
Try the samples available for you to try with soup. You could ask the staff for assistance if needed. The fu becomes soft within few seconds after dropping it in to some soup. You could use it on any type of soup whether in a broth or creamy soup, it will taste great! Have fun figuring out which flavor fu will go well with what type of soup.
Great Packaging for Gifts
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Great Packaging for Gifts
At FuFuFu and…, the products are beyond traditional, unique, and fun. Check out the packages of these products. Nice Japan-esque design on the packages makes them great Japanese souvenirs. The boxes will allow for safe transport as it will not break the shapes of crispy snacks.
How to buy
All products are available to taste before purchasing.
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Because they are dry products, it’s easy to transport and take it back as souvenirs.
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Overseas Tourist-Friendly
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Located in an alley near Keihan Kiyomizu-Gojo Station, this restaurant looks very modern and fashionable. Not only is fu, a type of seitan, used in their cooking, but it is also combined with chocolate and black tea to create unique desserts. They also offer taste testing of broths which you can try by adding your favorite fu. I strongly recommend the cheese and black pepper flavor. Their packaging is also very beautiful, so they make perfect Kyoto souvenirs.
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This shop, Fufufuan, is by the high-class yuba restaurant Hanbeifu, but this shop is more fashionable and easier for beginners to enter. Fu is normally thought to be something very Japanese, but here they also sell fu covered with chocolate, and fu that can be used in soups like croutons. There are many ways to enjoy fu so I'm sure you will find one you like!
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Fu Fu Fu and... / ふふふあん
Category Food Souvenirs
Phone +81 75-561-0371
Address Shonincho, Higashiyama-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 605-0903
Directions 1-minute walk from Keihan Line Kiyomizu-Gojo Stn.
Open Hours 10am - 5pm
Closed Irregular holidays
Price range
¥240 ~
Credit cards Accepted
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
Not much information is available in other languages
Information Japanese
Lanuages spoken Japanese
Shipping services Not available

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