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Zaru Warabi of Ichijoji Nakaya

Zaru Warabi 680 yen. A cool dish inspired by zaru-dofu molds. The collaboration of a Japanese confectioner and a patissier creates a beautiful two-layered cross-section of fresh cream and strawbimochi.

Japanese confectionery [Ichijoji Nakatani] has the best combination of Japanese and Western!

A Japanese confectionery that has been in business for three generations and is known for its yokan, a local specialty of Ichijyoji. Now, with the addition of a young proprietress who used to be a pastry chef, the store has gained a reputation for its innovative ideas, including Western-style confections using Japanese ingredients.

Ichijoji Nakaya

A summer favorite is the colander warabi. The strawbutter mochi, which has a firm and firm texture similar to kudzu, is placed in a small colander and covered with fresh cream from Hokkaido. The combination of Japanese and Western flavors is very popular among both children and adults. Other seasonal Japanese dishes are also recommended.

Ichijoji Nakaya

Ichijoji Nakaya

  • In the middle of the day
  • 5 Ichijoji Hananokicho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 6 minutes on foot from Eiden Ichijoji Station
  • Tel.075-781-5504
  • 9:00-18:00 (LO/17:00)
  • Closed on Wednesdays (the next day if Wednesday is a holiday)
  • All seats non-smoking No private room 3 parking spaces
  • https://www.ichijouji-nakatani.com/
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