Sizuya is a time-honored bakery shop in Kyoto offering freshly baked bread and sandwiches
You can find this little bakery near the intersection of Sanjo and Kawaramachi streets. This little bakery may be little, but it has quite a history – it was founded in 1948. When you enter it, you get to see a cornucopia of bread spread out before your eyes. They are famous for their deep-fried beef steak sandwiches and red bean paste buns, but they also sell some European style bread that is not as soft as the Japanese offerings. All the baked goods are made here at the bakery, so you can be sure you’re getting fresh bread. They have a café area on the second floor, so you can enjoy the bread you buy there right away. This is a great chance for you to bite into the bakery-culture of Kyoto during your trip!