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Sep. 06, 2017 UPDATE
Cafe Marble Bukkouji
Traveler Friendly
English menu is available
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
197 4 7.7 1 reviews
Sep. 06, 2017 UPDATE

Cafe Marble Bukkouji

Traveler Friendly
English menu is available
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
197 4 7.7 1 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Heart Warming Café Paying Close Attention to Nutritiously Satisfying Ingredients and Seasonal Comfort
Specializing in tarts and quiche, Café Marble uses seasonal ingredients carefully picked for their menu. Having four seasons in Japan, perhaps you will be enjoying season`s peak ingredients that you could not get your hands on in your home country. Notice the illustrations on their signs and menus. The café is located in the first floor while their designer`s office is on the top floor. No wonder why everything from the menus to the layout of the café is one of a kind. The illustrations are work of their talented designers. The cute illustrations around the cafe reflect the at-home feeling this café offers with blankets and books at the table. Wooden structure of the traditional house, Machiya, is warming and inviting with a garden that is small yet have a full presence in the back part of the café.
1Recommended
Apple Caramel Tart Pie
Apple Caramel Tart Pie / ¥570
As all of their tarts and quiches are freshly baked, you will immediately notice the delightfulness of the crust. The dough is hand-made carefully and slowly allowing it to rest well enough before being baked. This apple tart gives an impression that all apple tarts are not the same. These pieces of apples have a great presence on top after long endurance with bittersweet caramel.
2Recommended
Quiche Plate
Quiche Plate / ¥900 (a la carte dish ¥520)
The Quiche Plate comes with variety of salads such as carrot salad and potato salad along with a side of home made soup that is changed daily. Array of seasonal vegetables are used in the quiche while the base of it all consists of onions, Shimeji mushrooms, green peppers, eggplants, and Kabocha pumpkins. Mozzarella and Cheddar cheese are topped making them desirable any time of the day.
3Let's Try!
Seasonal Fresh Fruits Tart
Seasonal Fresh Fruits Tart / ¥520
Are persimmons commonly eaten in your country? During the autumn-winter season in Japan, you can eat these sweet orange-colored fruits at its peak. Persimmons were used in this Season`s Fresh Fruit Tart supported by custard crème and flakey crust base.
4Let's Try!
Rum Chai (Hot only)
Rum Chai (Hot only) / ¥600
If your favorite drinks are rum and chai, you are in luck! Although this combination may not be so common, Rum Chai has a charming appeal. Add some natural sugar to make it sweeter according to you taste.
How to Order



Order items a la carte or with a drink. When adding a drink with a tart, your drink will be 100 yen cheaper.

- Order Tips -
Ask about their seasonal tart. Listen carefully for the name of the fruit in Japanese. You may hear a name like "kaki," which means persimmons.
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