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Desserts: Japanese Sweets

Kameya Yoshinaga


Kameya Yoshinaga Overview

Address

17-19 Kashiwayachō, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto 600-8498

Phone

+81 (0) 75-221-2005

Access

5 minute walk from Omiya Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 9:30AM-6:00PM
Mon: 9:30AM-6:00PM
Tue: 9:30AM-6:00PM
Wed: 9:30AM-6:00PM
Thur: 9:30AM-6:00PM
Fri: 9:30AM-6:00PM
Sat: 9:30AM-6:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, JCB

Kameya Yoshinaga Description

Located in Kyoto, Kameya Yoshinaga is a renowned restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese confectionery and desserts. Recognized as one of the top 100 restaurants in the West region by the prestigious Foodlog website, Kameya Yoshinaga offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments.

Step into Kameya Yoshinaga and be transported to a world of exquisite flavors and elegant decor. The restaurant's interior is tastefully designed, combining traditional Japanese elements with a modern touch. The serene atmosphere creates the perfect setting for indulging in their delectable creations.

The menu at Kameya Yoshinaga features a wide variety of traditional Japanese confectionery and desserts, each meticulously crafted with the finest ingredients. From delicate wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) to mouthwatering amazake (sweet fermented rice drink), every item on the menu is a work of art. Don't miss their signature matcha-flavored desserts, which showcase the rich and earthy flavors of Kyoto's famous green tea.

What truly sets Kameya Yoshinaga apart is their commitment to preserving the traditions of Japanese confectionery while incorporating innovative techniques. The skilled artisans at the restaurant strive to create confections that not only taste exquisite but also delight the senses with their beautiful presentation.

Whether you're a connoisseur of Japanese cuisine or simply looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, Kameya Yoshinaga is a must-visit destination in Kyoto. Immerse yourself in the world of traditional Japanese confectionery and experience the artistry and craftsmanship that goes into every bite.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Wheelchair Accessible

Non-smoking

Kameya Yoshinaga Reviews

Kameya Yoshinaga Google Average Rating

4.2

Kameya Yoshinaga Tabelog Average Rating

3.61

4

Google
A shop that's been around for over 100 years. There are small quantity options and we got the seasonal chestnut rum and also the staple ubatama (delicately prepared ball of red beans). Quality is there and some beautiful products for gifting.

5

Google
Their traditional sweets (wagashi) are simply AMAZING!!! Pictured here one that tastes like white chocolate and strawberries, limited edition, but all their seasonal wagashi are delicious!

5

Google
I had an excellent time learning how to make Wagashi here. If you cannot speak Japanese, you may request English assistence. The English speaking worker was very kind and helpful. The chef who teaches the class is very skillful, and after his demonstrations, he may give young children what he has made.

We got to make 3 different kinds of wagashi. 2 you may bring home, and 1 is to be eaten there, with tea provided. It was a very memorable experience.

4.5

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

I'm updating my Ameblo blog, so please check it out. Here are the Kameya Yoshinaga fresh sweets that I received a while ago. I bought it at the seasonal fresh sweets corner in the basement of the department store in Takashimaya Kyoto, but it's a popular Japanese sweet that sells out quickly...

5

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

It's already been 5 months since I came to Kyoto. I followed you on X (old Twitter)...I moved to a place near the main store...I couldn't make the opportunity, and now..."I need something like that for my first New Year's in Kyoto!" .

4.1

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

Visited the popular Japanese sweets shop "Kameya Yoshinaga" in Shijo Omiya. A long-established store founded in 1803. ◯Autumn Japanese sweets on the tree-lined road. A chewy Uiro filled with white red bean paste. It might be my favorite combination. ◯M...

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