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Kamesuehiro Description

Located in Kyoto, Kamesuehiro is a charming restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese confectionery and sweets.

What sets Kamesuehiro apart from other dining establishments is its dedication to preserving the art of Japanese confectionery. The skilled artisans at Kamesuehiro use only the finest ingredients to create exquisite and visually stunning sweets. Each piece is meticulously crafted, showcasing the delicate balance of flavors and textures that are characteristic of Japanese cuisine.

One of the must-try items on the menu is their signature wagashi, traditional Japanese sweets made from mochi, anko (sweet red bean paste), and other natural ingredients. These wagashi come in a variety of shapes and flavors, each with its own unique story and cultural significance. From the elegant cherry blossom-shaped sakura mochi to the adorable rabbit-shaped usagi manju, every bite is a delightful experience that transports you to the heart of Japanese tradition.

The restaurant itself exudes a sense of tranquility and elegance, with its traditional Japanese decor and serene atmosphere. The warm and welcoming staff are always ready to guide you through the menu and provide recommendations based on your preferences.

Whether you are a connoisseur of Japanese cuisine or simply looking to indulge in a sweet treat, Kamesuehiro is a destination that should not be missed. Immerse yourself in the rich flavors and cultural heritage of Japan as you savor each bite of their exquisite wagashi.

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Kamesuehiro Overview


Aneyakojidori Karasuma Higashi Iriyamachi, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto 604-8185


+81 (0) 75-221-5110


3 minute walk from Karasuma Oike Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Tue: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Wed: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Thur: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Fri: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Sat: 9:00AM-5:00PM

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Kamesuehiro Reviews

Kamesuehiro Google Average Rating



So authentic & traditional Japanese confections house.
Awesome : -)


A long-established Kyoto sweets store founded in 1804.
I bought the smallest size of ``Kyo no Yosuga'' that was requested as a souvenir, including one for myself.
It is filled with cute tea sweets such as seasonal dried sweets and half-baked sweets. The fact that it lasts a little longer makes it convenient as a souvenir.
I couldn't help but recommend it to someone who was in the store.

I had a little bit of it at the hotel, and it was delicious and perfect with matcha!


I bought Rakugan and Oshiruko the other day.
It was my first time visiting the store and I was a little timid, but they were very kind and explained the sweets to me, so I was hooked.
After I entered the store for a while, people who seemed to be regulars started coming in one after another, and I felt that it was a store that had been loved for a long time.
Next time, I would like to go buy bento box-like sweets (I forgot the name...tears) that change depending on the season ☺️

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