Dumplings loved over 120 years next to Imamiya-Jinja Shrine
A sweet fragrance of “Aburi mochi” would gather people who visit in Imamiya-Jinja shrine. They are really traditional dumpling in Kyoto. Aburi mochi Kazariya offers bamboo skewered pieces of charcoal grilled dumplings with white miso sauce in front of Imamiya shrine's east gate. It comes along with Japanese tea. As the bamboo is exorcized by the shrine, it is believed that it is good for keeping your condition because the shrine is well known as a god of health. In addition to this, If you eat this, you could be protected from sickness in this year. Since there are various eating spaces where you can choose in the shop, such as terrace, Tatami (Japanese mat), and more, please enjoy your time and relax in there.
Aburi-mochi / ￥500
The mochi is made of rice, then sprinkle with soybean powder, then grilled by charcoal, they are dipped on the original white miso sauce with sweet flavor. Since the dumpling will be hard texture, please start eating shortly when it served so that you can eat it better taste. A staff makes and grills Aburi mochi in front of the shop. Why not try to see and smell of them closely?
Try seeing the made of dumplings
In front of the shop, the staffs make the dumplings! It is so lively and you would be excited with looking at! the fragrance of them would make you get more hungry! If you would like to eat more, take away is available from 3 meals for ￥1,500.
How to OrderYou can choose the place where you want to eat it in and a staff come and take your order.
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Take away is available from for 3 portions for ￥1,500 -
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Aburimochi Kazariya / あぶり餅 かざりや
|Category||Wagashi (Japanese Sweets)|
|Address||96, Murasakino Imamiyacho, Kita-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 603-8243|
|Directions||3-minute walk from city bus Imamiya-jinjya-mae stop getting off.|
|Open Hours||10am - 5pm|
|Credit cards||Not accepted|
|Good for||Solo, With Friends, Families with Children|
Some staffs speak some English. They are really friendly and serve you very kindly. You would feel the hospitality in Kyoto in there.
|Lanuages spoken||Japanese, some English|
|Number of seats||80 - 100 seats|
|Private dining rooms||Nothing|
|Non smoking / smoking||Non smoking|