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Mar. 07, 2019 UPDATE

JEREMY & JEMIMAH

Traveler Friendly
They have many different flavors on sale, so I recommend buying one and going for a walk in Gion!
Information
Some simple English.
Languages spoken
Japanese and English.
502 8 6.7 1 reviews
Mar. 07, 2019 UPDATE

JEREMY & JEMIMAH

Traveler Friendly
They have many different flavors on sale, so I recommend buying one and going for a walk in Gion!
Information
Some simple English.
Languages spoken
Japanese and English.
502 8 6.7 1 reviews
Story & Recommendation
The very fashionable Jeremy & Jemimah offers huge cotton candy in a new and exciting way
You can find a cute little shop by the famous shrine of matchmaking, Yasui Konpiragu Shrine. This cute shop sells something a bit out of the ordinary, at least in Kyoto: cotton candy! The name of this shop is Jeremy & Jemimah, and many of their cotton candy flavors are very Japanese, like sakuramochi, matcha, and yuzu citrus fruit. The cotton candy here is extremely fluffy but also very big, but once you bite into the cotton candy, it just melts away in your mouth leaving a pleasant taste of the flavor of your choosing. They also have cotton candy souvenirs on sale too, which have a best-before-date of about a month, so you can buy some here to take back to your friends. The best way to enjoy Jeremy & Jemimah is to first rent a kimono, and then take some pictures at Yasai Konpiragu Shrine, after which it is about time to buy some cotton candy at Jeremy & Jemimah and take some pictures! You can leave the rest to Instagram.
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    Vanessa's Comment
User Reviews
6.7 Good
goods7.0 service6.0 fun7.0
mama - Honduras
Nov. 16, 2018
Details
Open Hours
11:00 a.m.-5 p.m.
Closed
Open every day unless otherwise noted. Remember to check their website before going.
Price range
Credit cards
Not accepted.
Shipping services
No.
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