Aug. 26, 2019 UPDATE


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Beauty in Form of Confectioneries Often Enjoyed by Green Tea Lovers for Its Delightful Appeal
Whether by creating the appropriate taste, shape, or color, the most important element in making Japanese confectionery is having the skill to understand what people want. Suetomi confectionery shop does exactly that creating Japanese confectioneries with care and thoughts towards customers since 1893. As you walk inside their main store in Kyoto, you will see several different types of sweets that are made appropriate to season. Suetomi shop receives orders from all types of customers such as monks or from tea houses. Frequently, the customer requests for Japanese confectioneries to welcome guests for gatherings. The job of the sweets maker is to obtain information of the event in which the confectioneries will be served such as when and where the event will take place. Whether the confectioneries will be enjoyed in a tea house or in a private home, once the sweets maker knows the information, the confectionery making procedures began.
Mata-Furyu(Fu Yaki Senbei)
Mata-Furyu(Fu Yaki Senbei) / 1pieces ¥98 | 12pieces ¥1,296
These Senbei, or rice crackers, are similar but not quite the same from ordinary rice crackers. There are 6 different flavors each with a stamp of a vegetable on top indicating its flavors. Looking at the ingredients list, there are only three listed. Simply and naturally made these senbei contains mochi rice, sugar, and one of the following vegetables: kabocha pumpkin, gobo roots, chestnuts, purple yam, carrots, or spinach.
Fresh Japanese Confectioneries
Fresh Japanese Confectioneries / Price varies
Suetomi offers fresh Japanese confectioneries often changed weekly appropriate to the season. Traditionally, Japanese confectioneries were served at tea ceremonies which have been widely practiced in Kyoto. Japanese confectioneries and green tea have always been the best complements of each other. The sweetness from the confectionery helps intake the slightly bitter green tea taste. All of the delightful confectioneries Suetomi offers are perfect to eat with a cup of green tea on the side. With the touch of sweetness, confectioneries from Suetomi calms one`s soul enjoying the moment as it is.
The Look
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The Look
Not only by taste but by look Carefully handmade, these Japanese confectioneries are designed to reflect the season and its scenery. Each has its own characteristics and a message behind it that you must observe before they disappear into your mouth. Not only the taste, but its shape and color will certainly put a smile to your face.
The Ingredients
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The Ingredients
Red Beans have always been enjoyed by the Japanese as sweets while being eaten as a savory staple diet food in other parts of the world. In the past 10 years however, people around the world have become familiar with the Japanese way of eating red beans. Combination of fine quality of red bean, sugar, and water creates eminent products of Suetomi. Importantly, the type of sugar used in making Japanese confectioneries is called “Jyohaku-tou,” or superfine sugar.
How to buy
Products such as senbei can be purchased by one or packaged in a box of several. The store staff are very helpful and will assist you with your requests.
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Shopping at this store is also an opportunity to encounter names of the products that are poetically beautiful.
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Because there are no product signs in English, you may be refrained a little bit from making your choice. However, I am sure you can choose the one you like from looking at the wonderful products in the display. The fresh Japanese confectioneries have light sweet taste that is very enjoyable with tea.
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Suetomi / 末富
Category Sweets
Phone +81 75-351-0808
Address Muromachi-Higashiiru, Matsubara-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyotoshi, Kyoto
Directions 6-minute walk from Subway Karasuma Line Shijo or Gojo Stn.
Open Hours 9am - 5pm
Closed Sundays and holidays
Notes Most Japanese Confectioneries must be eaten within a day. The rice crackers can be enjoyed for about a month.
Price range
Credit cards VISA, MASTER
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
No information in English. Fresh confectioneries must be eaten on the same day.
Information Japanese only
Lanuages spoken Japanese only
Shipping services In Japan only. Can contact for overseas.
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