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Ori Shiki

Owner-chef Hikaru Okuno.
He has been a patissier for 15 years. After graduating from a vocational school, he worked at Petit Prince and Gokan before setting up his own business in Nishijin, his hometown. His specialty is chocolate.

Enjoy beautiful sweets that look like jewelry at the patisserie [Ori SHIKI] in Nishijin

February 05, 2022 open

Hikaru Okuno, who worked as a sous chef at the popular Osaka confectionery store Gokan, opened a patisserie in his hometown. He is now working daily to create confections based on the concept of "weaving together various ingredients like Nishijin brocade. The store's showcase is filled with sparkling confections.

織のタルトショコラバナーヌ、ドゥーブルフロマージュ、ショコラマダガスカル

左から、ソテーしたバナナ入りのタルトショコラバナーヌ700円。濃厚なチーズに柚子とレモンを効かせたドゥーブルフロマージュ700円。チョコムースを甘酸っぱいフランボワーズのグラサージュで覆うショコラマダガスカル720円。 ※ケーキは季節によって変更有

Especially recommended are those using chocolate, a specialty of Mr. Okuno, who was previously involved in chocolates. From fresh confections such as the competition-winning Blanc Oranger, to Kyo Bassin, a perfect souvenir, and jewel-like chocolates, there is a wide variety to choose from, and every time you visit, you will encounter something new.

Ori Shiki

Woven SHIKI

  • Shih-chi
  • February 05, 2022 open
  • 1-529 Sasayacho, west-iru, Chiekoin, Sasayacho-dori, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 4-minute walk from the bus stop "Imadegawa Jofukuji"
    15 minutes walk from Subway "Imadegawa Station"
  • Tel. 075-748-0949
  • 11:00-18:00
  • Open irregularly *For details, please contact the office.Instagram accountcheck
  • Eat-in not allowed
  • No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/shiki_nishijin_kyoto/
*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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