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Nijo Wakasaya Teramachi

A sense of fun created by a long-established confectioner located in Teramachi [Nijo Wakasaya Teramachi store]

Founded in the early Taisho era (1912-1926) by the founder, who once aspired to be a painter. The company has been incorporating its playful spirit into its confectionery creations, such as "Ieki Imo," a baked sweet potato-like head, and "Furoisen," a kuzuyu with a cute design on the small box. His passion as a "confectioner with a hobby" who wants to convey fun as well as taste has been passed down to the present day.

Shaved ice at Nijo Wakasaya

Saiun" (1,540 yen), which offers five kinds of syrups that change seasonally, including tortoiseshell candy, Iyokan, apple, kiwi, and amazake (sweet sake).

At the tea house on the second floor, "Saiun," a fluffy hand-formed ice cream topped with seasonal syrups, will be served only at the Teramachi branch. Also, the red shiso rare cheese, the most popular type of ice cream this year, will be available only this summer.

Nijo Wakasaya Teramachi Branch

Zenzai, made with a generous amount of white azuki beans, a premium ingredient whose production is limited in quantity and season, is available only from November to the end of March.

Nijo Wakasaya Teramachi

  • Nijo Wakasaya Teramachi Ten
  • Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto City Nakagyo Ward Teramachi Street Nijoshitaru Enokicho 67
  • 8 min. walk from "Kyoto Shiyakusho Mae" subway station.
  • Tel.075-256-2280
  • 10:30-17:00 (LO/16:30)
    Store 9:00-17:30
  • Closed on Wednesdays and irregular holidays (call to confirm)
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • http://www.kyogashi.info/
  • *During the busy summer season, the tea house closing time may be earlier.
*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.


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