Time Out says
This quaint café in a revamped traditional Japanese house serves up a distinctive menu of konnyaku inarizushi and kakigori shaved ice. Inarizushi are little pockets of deep-fried tofu stuffed with rice, but Kon takes this traditional dish up a notch by filling konnyaku (konjac) pockets with rice. This unique take on inarizushi originated in the Kumamoto region and is a rare treat to find in central Tokyo. During the warmer months, Kon also specialises in kakigori shaved ice topped with seasonal fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.