Renowned original roll cake of Kyoto
Keigetsudo is a long-established cake shop founded in 1880. Their primary product is the ‘Zuiun’ roll cake, known as a popular gift of Kyoto and was first made for the enthronement ceremony of Emperor Showa in 1928. Keigetsudo’s roll cake is said to be the origin of roll cakes in Japan. Their roll cakes have a different texture from typical roll cakes because of the making process, where the dough and pastry are rolled together and the dough is then sliced into a piece before being baked. Keigetsudo has inherited its own original taste since the burgeoning period of western confectionery in Japan, and also demonstrates the depth of Kyoto’s fine food culture.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Address||Teramachi-dori Aneyakoji-sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Recommended||It is also recommended to heat "Zuiun" a little.|
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