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Oct. 09, 2020 UPDATE

Mushiyashinai

- むしやしない -
Traveler Friendly
No English menu, however pastries are seen in the display.
Menu
Japanese
Languages spoken
Japanese
356 3 --- 0 reviews
Oct. 09, 2020 UPDATE

Mushiyashinai

- むしやしない -
Traveler Friendly
No English menu, however pastries are seen in the display.
Menu
Japanese
Languages spoken
Japanese
356 3 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
“Small eats” in Kyoto Dialect, Mushiyashinai brings unique sweets
The shop name, “Mushiyashinai,” is also a phrase meaning “small eats,” in Kyoto dialect. The phrase is used when mentioning eating something in between meals. A pastry during an afternoon tea time is an ideal form of “Mushiyashinai”. At this shop, there is a sit-in area where incredible pastries can be devoured. In the Ichijo-ji area where unique shops are lined, Mushiyashinai opens its doors 6 days a week satisfying sweet cravings and also taking cake orders for weddings and parties. Their original cakes are very unique, and also focus on using natural ingredients like green tea and soy milk.
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Details
Open Hours
10:30〜18:00(LO17:30)
Reservations
Accepted for cake orders
Closed
Monday、Tuesday
Price range
Credit cards
Not accepted
Good for
Solo, Romantic, With Friends
Number of seats
16 seats inside, 6 seats outside
Private dining rooms
None
Non smoking / smoking
Non smoking
Other
English pamphlet is available
Reserve a whole cake in advance. For whole Mushiyanabe cake, reservation about 7 days before is required. Free wi-fi is available in the sit-in area.
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