This small but famous Japanese confectionery shop in the residential area of Koishikawa sells various subtly sweet confections which reflect the different seasons of Japan. The speciality is warabi-mochi, a confection made with red bean paste which has a unique melt-in-the-mouth texture. They also do special monthly seasonal sweets called Tsuki-no-Kazoeuta (Counting Song of the Moon), in a limited quantity. If you are looking for a particular confection, arrive early because some often sell out in the early afternoon. You can place orders by phone.
5-3-15 Koishikawa, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Myogadani Station (Marunouchi Line)|