Traditionally Japanese sweet shop which are arrayed colorful cute sweets
It located at small back street in the Groin. After opening the door, we were welcomed by a modern but traditional atmosphere. Cute and colorful Japanese sweets are covered by big dome-shaped glass, and I was stolen my attention by this unique display. This graceful colors and elegant forms are too cute to eat. All of items in this store are good for a souvenir or gifts for myself. I became happy just by looking throughout the store. A kitchen that you can see the process of making confectioneries, and a gallery, where various programs and events are held, are in the back of the shop.
Amegumo / ¥780
It is Lakugan which made with starch mixed with sugar and syrup. The design will change from month to month. This month's lakugan is 'Ame gumo'. Ame means candy, Kumo means cloud in Japanese.
Ochoma / ¥840 (20 pieces)
This is a regular lakugan which is offered throughout the year with same design. Red dot which is in top of the lakugan means dimple. It is really small compared with other lakugan but has detailed design.
Sono no nigiwai
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Sono no nigiwai / ¥1,500
Various kind of lakugans were assorted with one box which looks like a Japanese lunch box. Each lakugans are made with wishes to bring happiness. It is perfect for gift.
Coffee bean set
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Coffee bean set / ¥4,800
You can purchase each coffee beans and mug cup individually. Usually, lakugan goes well not only Japanese tea, but also coffee.
How to buy
Some products design change from month to month. You can check this month's design in the web site
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You can purchase some items on the web site, but new arrival sweets are available only shop
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I love the displays at this shop! All the items are very eye-catching and beautiful. I think little sugar confectioneries, Rakugan, are really nice to look at. They are truly works of art. I really enjoyed walking into the store as they remodeled an old Japanese house known as "machiya" into a lovely gift store.
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Kagizen Gift Shop
Category Sweets
Phone +81 75-533-8686
Address 570-210 Gion-machi Minami-gawa ,Higashi-yama-ku, Kyoto
Directions 5-minute walk from Keihan Line Gion-Shijo Stn.
Open Hours 10am - 6pm
Closed Mon. (if Monday is a national holiday, the store will be closed the following day)
Price range
Credit cards Accepted
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
It is located at small back street, and difficult to find out.
Information Japanese only
Lanuages spoken Japanese only
Shipping services No

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