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(Front left) Peanut butter and banana chips with a rich banana aroma are both made in house. (Back) Plain dough made from Hokkaido flour and deep-fried in rice oil, coated with homemade caramel sauce: 280 yen.

Donut break while listening to HIPHOP at [Groove Donuts] in Kameoka

Originally a break dancer and DJ, the owner, Hirano-san, experienced doughnut making in Melbourne when he was just before 30 years old, and after returning to Japan, he made a U-turn to Kameoka and opened a doughnut store in May of last year.

Inside the groovedoughnuts store

The casually placed vinyl records and turntables, as well as the selection of music playing, also make guests' hearts skip a beat. The case is lined with about 10 different types of doughnuts, including the standard plain and honey-glazed doughnuts, toppings such as bacon, honey, and mustard and peanut banana, and pistachio and rare cheese cream doughnuts.

Outside groovedoughnuts store

Take off your shoes and enjoy a donut with a view of the rice paddies.

Groove Doughnuts

  • Groove Donuts
  • 22, Okujo Sugawa, Hietano Town, Kameoka City, Kyoto, Japan
  • Bus from JR Kameoka Station
    3 minutes walk from bus stop "Okujo
  • Tel: None
  • 9:00-15:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00-15:00
    All sales will end as soon as they are sold out.
  • Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, other irregular holidays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room 6 parking lots
  • https://www.instagram.com/groovedoughnuts/
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