Rediscover Japanese sweets at veteran Japanese sweets maker Tsuruya Yoshinobu’s Cafe
tubara cafe is owned and operated by veteran Wagashi (Traditional Japanese sweets) maker "Tsuruya Yoshinobu", which is located right next door.
tubara cafe opened after the wife of Tsuruya Yoshinobu’s president thought, "I want more people to learn about and enjoy the true quality of simple Japanese Wagashi sweets."
As a result, the sweets offered at tubara cafe were created with the intention of retaining the quality of long-cherished Japanese sweets, while also making them easy for modern audiences to enjoy.
The cafe’s interior has elements of Japanese design — such as the large window that looks out onto the garden — while also incorporating an overall theme of white, to make for a calm and modern atmosphere.
Although tubara cafe is in the city, they have created a peaceful space which helps you forget the flow of time.
The name, "Tubara" apparently means "To keenly follow one's heart's desires."
So why not enjoy some quiet alone time with some delicious sweets at tubara cafe?