When it’s raining in Kyoto, it’s also very humid, so it can be pretty depressing. But these colorful sweets and drinks are going to make you feel happy again!
What’s the vibe? The atmosphere is relaxed and there is also an inner garden. The café becomes a bar from 6 pm. onward.
What to eat Kakigori (shaved ice) made with freshly squeezed juice.
How much? Freshly squeezed strawberry kakigori: ￥950 Freshly squeezed lemon kakigori: ￥800
What’s the vibe? The interior of the café is colorful; it feels fun, almost as if you had come to an amusement park.
What to eat Colorful “cream soda” with 24 flavor variations.
How much? All ￥690. The smaller “baby size” is ￥600.
What’s the vibe? There’s something nostalgic and retro about the atmosphere.
Where Close to Yasui Konpiragu Shrine.
What to eat Ohagi-sweets handmade by a grandmother.
How much? ￥150 per piece. Those made with white adzuki beans are ￥180.
What’s the vibe? Outside the shop is a Kyoto-style machiya townhouse, inside it has a blue color scheme in European style and the atmosphere is chic.
Where Close to Nishiki Market
What to eat It’s fun just looking at the colorful chocolates.
How much? On average around ￥2,000.
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