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Enoshima Pudding

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Enoshima Pudding Description

Enoshima Pudding, located near Katase-Enoshima Station in Kanagawa, Japan, is a charming dessert haven specializing in delectable puddings and Western-style confections. What sets this establishment apart is its use of 'mugi kogashi,' or roasted barley, in their rich and flavorful puddings. Established in 1895, Enoshima Pudding has been a beloved fixture in the Shonan area, offering a unique twist on traditional pudding that keeps customers coming back for more.

The cozy interior of Enoshima Pudding exudes a nostalgic charm, transporting diners back to a bygone era of sweet indulgence. The menu boasts a variety of pudding options, with the signature mugi kogashi pudding stealing the show with its fragrant and nutty notes. Whether you're a local looking for a sweet treat or a visitor eager to sample a taste of history, Enoshima Pudding promises a delightful experience that marries tradition with innovation in every spoonful. Don't miss the chance to savor a piece of culinary history at Enoshima Pudding, where each bite tells a story of time-honored craftsmanship and unparalleled flavor.

Enoshima Pudding Overview


1-chōme-11-27 Katasekaigan, Fujisawa, Kanagawa 251-0035


+81 (0) 466-52-7433


4 minute walk from Enoshima Station
5 minute walk from Shonan-Enoshima Station
4 minute walk from Katase-Enoshima Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Mon: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Thur: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Fri: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Sat: 10:00AM-5:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Wheelchair Accessible



Enoshima Pudding Reviews

Enoshima Pudding Google Average Rating



I stopped by Enoshima Pudding to sample one of their puddings whilst passing by.
I tried the pudding with blue cap on top, and I really enjoyed it.

It’s a similar texture and flavor to a Crème Brûlée but with more of a caramel flavor. The bottom layer had a thick caramel like sauce, and there were a few red beans in there which added a texture. Personally, I didn’t like the red beans, but I know they’re a very popular addition to Japanese desserts.

It’s a modern and clean eatery, with some simple seating for you to enjoy your puddings. Overall, it was a delicious afternoon pick-me-up and I would certainly try one of their other flavors!


Pudding of creamy egg yolk and roasted barley ingredient. There are few type choices for selection depending on your taste preference. My preference would be the yellow cap as more creamy with richer like cheesy taste.


Chanced upon this pudding store on our way to Enoshima island from the Enoshima Stn -Enoden Line. Pudding is quite famous here so we tried. Tasted like our Leche flan back in the Philippines. It was good and the store concept is nice. *Japan


We came here 15 minutes before they close and there were only two flavours of pudding left (original and black bean). We bought one of each to taste. Both of them were good, have rich egg and milk flavour, the black bean one had a few pieces of back bean on the bottom.


The Pudding soft serve was really good. Taste exactly like caramel pudding, but in ice cream form.