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Futaba Uzumasa

Futaba Uzumasa Description

Futaba Uzumasa, formerly known as Futaba Kaho Fushin-an, is a charming Japanese confectionery shop located in Kyoto. Specializing in traditional Japanese sweets, known as wagashi, and particularly famous for their delicious daifuku, Futaba Uzumasa offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area.

As you step into the shop, you'll be greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere, with traditional Japanese decor and a serene ambiance. The skilled artisans at Futaba Uzumasa take great pride in their craft, using only the finest ingredients to create their exquisite wagashi. Each sweet is meticulously handcrafted, showcasing the artistry and attention to detail that goes into every creation.

One of the highlights of the menu at Futaba Uzumasa is their daifuku, a soft and chewy mochi filled with a variety of delectable fillings. From classic flavors like red bean paste to more unique options such as matcha or seasonal fruit, there is a daifuku to suit every palate. The combination of the delicate mochi and the rich, flavorful fillings creates a harmonious balance of textures and tastes that is simply irresistible.

Whether you're a connoisseur of Japanese sweets or simply looking to indulge in a unique culinary experience, Futaba Uzumasa is a must-visit destination in Kyoto. Immerse yourself in the world of wagashi and savor the exquisite flavors of their handcrafted daifuku.

Futaba Uzumasa Overview

Address

9-30 Uzumasa Nishihachiokachō, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto 616-8163

Phone

+81 (0) 75-861-3349

Access

4 minute walk from Taisho Station (JR Sanin Main Line).

Operating Hours

Sun: 8:15AM-5:00PM
Mon: 8:15AM-5:00PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 8:15AM-5:00PM
Thur: 8:15AM-5:00PM
Fri: 8:15AM-5:00PM
Sat: 8:15AM-5:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

Wheelchair Accessible

Futaba Uzumasa Reviews

Futaba Uzumasa Google Average Rating

4.2

5

Google
Very tasty! Passing by on the way to the Ninja Village, I was attracted by the flag of Kuri Daifuku. I didn’t expect to encounter super delicious wagashi! !
There are three pieces in a box (I forgot how many yen), and they are also sold individually.
The outer skin has a slightly salty taste, paired with sweet but not greasy red bean paste, and wrapped with large chestnuts. It was so delicious that I finished one in three mouthfuls🥺💗

The whole dish is unforgettably amazing, and the most unforgettable thing is its salty crust, which really balances out this little bit.
I can only say that you can buy and see if you pass by!

Because I really just saw it while passing by and didn’t take any photos, Dafu was quickly eaten by me🤣

Oh, he’s also very nice and polite to the lady boss✨
It’s so delicious that I’m still thinking about going back to Taiwan, so I just came here to leave a comment to promote everyone 🥳

4

Google
Last time I visited in the afternoon, Mame Daifuku was sold out. This time, I visited the store shortly after it opened. My family says that the black beans are the most delicious of all the bean daifuku I've ever eaten. I'm selfishly asking for more beans, but the softness of the mochi and the deliciousness of the bean paste are delicious. This time I'll give you some fruit daifuku.

4

Google
It's near the Toei Studio, and the beans used in the Mame Daifuku here are black beans from Tamba and are delicious. Speaking of Futaba's mame mochi, Demachiyanagi is famous, but the mame mochi here is also exquisite.

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