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Enjoy the countryside scenery that reflects the seasons at the new Japanese-style cafe Bishamonterasu in Kameoka.

The restaurant stands in a location with a great view of the rice paddies of the Kameoka Basin. The owner, Mr. and Mrs. Tanaka, fell in love with this view and moved from Tokyo after retirement. Their homemade anko (sweet bean paste), which Koji spent several years making, is very popular, and the menu includes a wide variety of sweets made with anko.


Anko Buffet 800 yen. Topped with homemade anko (bean paste), green tea ice cream, roasted tea jelly, and several kinds of seasonal fruits.

The red bean paste is made with only azuki beans, sugar, and salt, with no additives. The red bean paste, made from only azuki beans, sugar, and salt, with no additives, is not too sweet, and the deliciousness of the azuki beans stands out.


In the back of the store, which has been so beautifully renovated that it is hard to believe that it was once a farm equipment shed, there is a small tea room. The room is equipped with a stone wash basin and a stone wash basin, making it feel like a small tea ceremony.

Japanese Cafe Bishamon Terasu

  • Japanese Cafe Bishamontenraru
  • 1 Kokubu Kanazuke, Chitose-cho, Kameoka-shi, Kyoto
  • 3 minutes walk from bus stop "Bishamon
  • Tel. 0771-20-1311
  • 11:00-17:00 (LO/16:30)
    Dec-Feb 11:00-16:00 (LO/15:30)
  • Only open from Friday to Sunday
  • All seats non-smoking No private room 6 parking lots
  • https://www.instagram.com/vishamon_terrace/
  • PHOTO/Emi Masuda, TEXT/Eiko Itakura
*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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