Crunchy though melting away in your mouth - Macaroons made with brown sugar from Okinawa
The owner who grew up in the area where the shop is located, opened “Oyatsu Kobo Ayanokoji no Ari (an Ant of Ayanokoji Street)” wanting to provide sweets that are loved by the local people. The shop is small but is visited by many people both locals and from afar. The macaroons made using plenty of brown sugar from Okinawa are rich though they melt away once you put them in your mouth. Cookies are available with different flavors such as plain, cocoa, Kintoki Ninjin (a type of carrot), ginger and sesame, depending on the season. Other items such as “Ayanokoji Cheese Cake” made with cream cheese from France and New Zealand and “Ayanokoji Rolled Cake” with cocoa or tiramisu flavor are available though you need to order beforehand.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Name||Oyatsu Kobo Ayanokoji no Ari|
|Address||Ayanokoji-dori Shinmachi-nishi-iru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||Sun.-Wed.and closed on other days|
|Recommended||The cakes using originally blended Japanese flours are popular. Plain, burdock, ginger, brown suger, apple and other flavor are available.|
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