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Naomasa's bracken-starch dumplings

870 yen for 3 pieces of bracken-starch dumpling. The flavorful fragrant soybean flour that is re-roasted at the shop and the modest bean paste wrapped in the soft and thin warabi-mochi are layered to complement each other.

Taste that has been passed down through time at the long-established Japanese confectionery shop [Honke Tsukimochiya Naomasa] along the Takase River.

A long-established Japanese confectionery popular among tourists for more than 200 years. In the days of the shop's founder, only fresh confections were available, and the confections left behind at tea ceremonies were wrapped in paper and put in a box on the side of the envelope, which was dirty. This is how they came up with the name of the store, mooncakes.
The company started making warabi mochi around the 1950s, and now it has become a signature product along with moon cakes. The authentic taste of the product has been passed down through the years, and the same authentic taste as in the past continues to be passed down today.

Honke Tsukimochiya Naomasa

Honke Tsukimochiya Naomasa

  • Honke Mochimochiya Naomasa
  • 530-1 Kamiosaka-cho, Kiyamachi Sanjo-agaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 3 minutes walk from Keihan "Sanjo Station"
  • Tel.075-231-0175
  • 10:00 - 18:00
  • Closed on Thursdays and once a month on Wednesdays
    Please call to inquire about the once-monthly Wednesday holiday.
  • No parking
  • Eat-in not allowed
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