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Desserts: Matcha Sweets, Mochi Ice Cream, Japanese Sweets


Shogetsu

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Shogetsu Description

Located in Kyoto, Shogetsu is a renowned Japanese confectionery and dessert shop that has been awarded the prestigious Silver Award by The Tabelog Award 2023 and has been selected as one of the top 100 dessert shops in Kyoto by the WEST Hyakumeiten 2023.
At Shogetsu, you can indulge in a wide variety of traditional Japanese sweets and desserts. From beautifully crafted wagashi (traditional Japanese confections) to mouthwatering amazake (sweet fermented rice drink), Shogetsu offers a delightful range of flavors and textures that will transport you to the heart of Japanese culinary tradition. A must-try is the 'Uguisu Mochi,' featuring moist habutae mochi filled with sweet bean paste and enveloped by fragrant soybean flour.
What sets Shogetsu apart from other dessert shops is not only the quality of their sweets but also the attention to detail in their presentation. Each confection is meticulously crafted, showcasing the artistry and skill of the pastry chefs. The shop itself exudes a serene and elegant atmosphere, with traditional Japanese decor and a calming ambiance that adds to the overall dining experience.
Whether you're a fan of traditional Japanese sweets or simply looking to satisfy your sweet cravings, Shogetsu is the perfect destination. Treat yourself to a taste of Kyoto's culinary heritage and indulge in the exquisite flavors of Shogetsu's delectable creations.

Shogetsu Overview

Address

6, Murasakino Kamiyanagicho, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8177

Phone

+81 (0) 75-491-2464

Access

10 minutes walk from Kitaoji Station
3 minutes walk from Shimotorita-cho city bus stop

Operating Hours

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

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Non-smoking

Casual

Take-out Available

Reservations Required

Shogetsu Reviews

Shogetsu Google Average Rating

4.6

5

Google
Translated from Japanese:
Speaking of Japanese sweets in Kyoto, Mr. Uzuki. I've been wanting to eat here since we first met 6 years ago, but it's been 6 years since I've been able to visit Kyoto. I booked as scheduled.
I delivered it in a small store, but I was happy that the store was very elegant and I was able to visit.
I received all kinds of Japanese sweets that were out that day, but they were gentle and delicate. It's a perfect match for matcha and thick tea. I'm glad I came. I will definitely stop by again when I go to Kyoto next time.

4

Google
Translated from Japanese:
Please note that you cannot buy without a reservation. It's quite expensive, but it's a Japanese confection that melts in your mouth. Of course it's delicious. Basically, the menu is up to you, but if you tell me your preference, they will prepare both the manju type and the beautifully crafted one.

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