Best Wagashi (Japanese Sweets) shops in Kyoto

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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Saryo Housen

Japanese Sweets – as delicate as a Jewel
Shimogamo Shrine & Kitayama / Central Kyoto Area
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Toraya Karyo Kyoto Ichijo

Enjoy yokan at an established Wagashi (Japanese Sweets) shop with a beautiful garden view
Imperial Palace & Teramachi / Central Kyoto Area
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Nishiki-mochitsuki-ya

Gather lords of people to see Mochi Pounding show must be highlight
Downtown / Central Kyoto Area
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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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tubara cafe

Rediscover Japanese sweets at veteran Japanese sweets maker Tsuruya Yoshinobu’s Cafe
Imperial Palace & Teramachi / Central Kyoto Area
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Nakamuraken

A refined Japanese sweet with a light sweetness, made from red bean paste and mochi
Arashiyama & Sagano / Other Kyoto Area
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Kayūchaya & Oyasumidokoro

Enjoy seeing fresh Namagashi made right before your eyes at Tsuruya Yoshinobu
Imperial Palace & Teramachi / Central Kyoto Area
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Murasakino Wakuden - Sakaimachi branch (Chakaseki cafe)

Come in for a light snack in this tea room with high quality essence of Wakuden
Downtown / Central Kyoto Area
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Kagizen Yoshifusa Honten-Main store

A Store on the Gion Tour Route Selling Delicious Wagashi (Japanese Sweets)
Gion & Kiyomizu Temple / Central Kyoto Area
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ZEN CAFE

See a Different Face of 400-Year-Old Japanese Confectioner, Kagizen, at this Modern 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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Hourandou Togetsukyo Honten - Main store

Take a break in Arashiyama with some Japanese sweets
Arashiyama & Sagano / Other 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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Seien

A shop offering Japanese ambiance and a new sweet each month
Downtown / Central Kyoto Area
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Umezono CAFE & GALLERY

A stylish café where you can enjoy sweets while you gaze at art Cafe
Downtown / Central Kyoto Area
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Aburimochi Kazariya

Imamiya Shrine Adjacent Mochi Dango loved for Over 120 Years
Daitokuji Temple & Kitaoji / Central Kyoto Area
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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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Kamo Mitarashi chaya

Freshly grilled and fragrant! Mitarashi-dango with sweet sauce
Shimogamo Shrine & Kitayama / Central Kyoto Area
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Tsuruya Yoshinobu IRODORI- Kyoto Station Asty Road

Japanese sweets and matcha green tea made with the finest ingredients
Kyoto Station / Central Kyoto Area
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Amatou Kissa Tsukigase

The long-standing teahouse known as “Anmitsu Tsukigase”
Downtown / Central Kyoto Area
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[Closed] Kyoto-Saryo

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