Elegant and graceful bread and pastries only this Kyoto bakery can offer
The shop’s owner, Masayuki Masuno, grew up in Kyoto, and has gained training in Paris for baking breads. He opened the shop longing to provide “something original of Kyoto”. He uses ingredients made and/or grown in Kyoto such as Kujo Negi (a type of leek originally produced in Kyoto) and Japanese sake from Joyo Shuzo, the famous long-standing sake brewery in Kyoto. “Hana no Iroha” is one of their elegant products which uses a real violet flower on top. The bun with its cream filling has sense of gracefulness, taking inspiration from a butterfly. “Fujitsubo” is a bread roll with dough made with the famous old teashop Ippodo’s green tea powder, as well as Gyokuro green tea powder with a filling of sweet red bean paste. Their beautifully made and delicious bread and pastries are sure to tickle your fancy.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Name||Boulangerie MASH Kyoto|
|Address||568 Toro-cho, Higashinotoin-dori Takatsuji-sagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||Tues., 1st, 2nd Wed.|
|Recommended||Visit their website for the latest items.|
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