Beautiful and delicate Japanese sweets following the traditions of a long-established shop
Kamehiromitsu has served fine Kyoto-style sweets since 1899 near the Kyoto National Museum. From their name, some people can recognize that they have a relationship with Kamesuehiro, one of Kyoto’s most renowned sweet shops. Their delicate Kinton (sweet chestnut paste), Hiromitsu Monaka and assorted dried sweets are especially popular among local people. “Chiyo Musubi” is a cute sweet only available at the end and beginning of the year (300 yen). It is pink and white (considered to be a combination of lucky colors) and looks very elegant. This is the place where you can casually step in to experience the true traditional sweets of Kyoto.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Address||Nichome, Yamato-oji-dori Gojo-sagaru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Recommended||Assorted seasonal sweets have a variety of price range.|
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