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Nakamura Tamba Set

Anko shop's monaka: Tanba set, 1,600 yen. The set includes 500g of Tamba Dainagon sweet bean paste and 10 pairs of monaka skins. Chrysanthemum-shaped seeds are all plain or half plain and half hojicha

Enjoy the taste of a long-established store at Kamishichiken's [Nakamura Seianjo], which supports Japanese sweets shops.

Anko (red bean paste) made with quality ingredients is sandwiched between hand-baked crusts as much as you like. The crisp and delicate texture and the taste of azuki beans are exquisite, a signature product of this long-established shop. The bean-jam factory was founded in 1908, and this monaka set was born in 2000, about 100 years later.

Nakamura Seiinsho

The anko (sweet bean paste) of the past, with syrup and agar added to prevent water from being transferred to the skin, is completely different from the anko of today, which is put on the skin just before eating. I think this is the reason why people have started to pay attention to the fact that mono-chu has become more delicious," says Yoshiharu Nakamura, the fourth generation owner. The set comes with a choice of four types of red bean paste: light tsubu-an, Dainagon tsubu-an with a strong bean flavor, koshi-an, and shiro-an, and two types of seeds.

Nakamura Seiinsho

Nakamura Seiinsho

  • Nakamura Proposal
  • 88 Daito-cho, Ichijo-dori Gozen-nishiiru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 6 minutes on foot from Randen "Kitano Hakubaicho Station"
  • Tel. 075-461-4481
  • 8:00-17:00
  • Closed on Wednesdays and Sundays
  • No parking
  • https://www.nakamura-seiansho.com/
  • Eat-in not allowed
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