Apr. 26, 2019 UPDATE

ZenKashoin Kyoto Muromachi Store

- 然花抄院 京都室町本店 -
Traveler Friendly
English, Chinese and Korean menu and English and Chinese speaking staff are available.
Menu
English, Chinese, and Korean
Languages spoken
Basic English and Chinese
397 9 --- 0 reviews
Apr. 26, 2019 UPDATE

ZenKashoin Kyoto Muromachi Store

- 然花抄院 京都室町本店 -
Traveler Friendly
English, Chinese and Korean menu and English and Chinese speaking staff are available.
Menu
English, Chinese, and Korean
Languages spoken
Basic English and Chinese
397 9 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Enjoy one-of-a-kind desserts in a traditional Kyoto townhouse
ZenKashoin are a Japanese/Western confectioner who specializes mainly in the Portuguese derived sponge cake, Castella. ZenKashoin was founded on the concept of “Strive to befit both our flowers and our sweets with a state deserving of them.” In addition to this, they also strive to be a place that offers hospitality together with their sweets, without pretension and vanity, just as they are. Staying true to their foundational concepts, they pay special attention to simplicity in their desserts and utilize the high-quality that comes from that to create sweets that contain an unparalleled simplicity. In the cafe space, Zen cafe, you can sit back and enjoy some ZenKashoin specialty desserts as you peer out on the beautiful Nakaniwa garden from the wide-open 300-year-old Machiya townhouse.
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Details
Open Hours
11:00 to 19:00(Zen Café: Last Order 18:30)
Reservations
Unavailable
Closed
Every 2nd and 4th Monday *If Monday happens to be a holiday, they will be closed the following day instead.
Price range
Credit cards
VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX / Available
Good for
Solo, Romantic, With Friends, Families with Children
Number of seats
20
Private dining rooms
Available
Non smoking / smoking
Non-smoking
Zen Cafe is busy during the cherry blossom and maple leaf seasons (April / November), so there may be a wait. Please take a seat inside or take a look around the shop as you wait.
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