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Pastries Spots in Gifu Area

  • Kogetsu Honke
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Geroshi Kouden 1145-4
    This Japanese and Western sweet shop is in Koden, Gero City, Gifu Prefecture. Their Japanese sweet called “namadora with a filling of fresh cream and tsubuan bean paste sandwiched between pancakes made from local red eggs and milk is a local favorite. They also sell limited time items filled with the flavors of the season. Their “Wa-MORI-mori Parfait with fresh cream and fruit on kudzu mochi starch cake and sponge cake is popular too. It’s easy to hold on to and great for walking about the hot spring district.

    生どら美味しいです。秋限定の生どら(栗入り)もあり、栗きんとんもあり美味しいです。温泉街ではなく、駅近にあります。

  • Patisserie Matsuki
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Hidashi Furukawachounanseichou 3-9
    A Western confectionary shop located a 15 minute walk from Hida-Furukawa Station. The shop uses milk from local farms, fresh Momiji eggs no more than two days old, and fruit from Hida if at all possible. The shop’s roll cakes are particularly popular, and the gateau roll, consisting of separately baked sponge cake and choux cake wrapped around whipped cream, is the most popular of all. The shop also offers fluffy standard sponge cake roll cakes, mini gateau made with seasonal fruit, and many other baked sweets and gift items. Certified as a “Delicious Tea Establishment” by the Japan Tea Association, in the shop’s café space you can enjoy a variety of teas along with a slice of cake.

    おせんべい、ロールケーキやチョコケーキとかの洋菓子が売っているお店で、とてもおいしく召し上がることが出来ました。特にロールケーキが美味しかったです。

  • Patisserie Chez Gou
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Takayamashi Kamiokamotomachi 4-439-1
    A takeout only patisserie notable for its stylish and cute light green exterior located in Kamiokamoto-machi, Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture. The shop’s showcases are filled with Parisian-style cakes, cookies, madeleines, and other baked sweets actively incorporating local ingredients. The Mont Blanc is particularly popular—instead of being topped with chestnut cream or strings of chestnut paste, this shop’s delicious Mont Blanc are filled with flavorful chestnut cream and topped with elegant whipped cream.

    fantastic service and delicious chocolate cake - we ordered a birthday cake in the afternoon and they managed to get it done by the morning of the next day. truly a great cake shop in takayama! also...

  • MINOV
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Sekishi Toushinchou 7-2-2
    This takeout shop in the Fraicheur factory is a 10-minute walk from Nagaragawa Tetsudo's Etsumi-Nansen Line. They sell an innovative line of sweets combining time-honored Japanese ingredients like white rice, brown rice, and koji (malted rice) with ingredients found in Western confections like butter, wheat, cheese, and cream. Great souvenirs include their Seki Pudding made with pasteurized Seki milk and fertilized local eggs, as well as Hamomin Cakes made to resemble Seki City's mascot. Their Minov Roll Cakes, Rice Baumkuchen, and Crispy Cream Puffs are all popular.

    米粉のケーキがいくつかあり、ボリュームもあり美味しいです。 (グルテンフリーではないそう) 関プリンもオススメです!

  • Plesic TOKORO SWEETS
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    Gifu Pref. Gifushi Kotoduka 2-1-18
    PlesicTokoro Sweets is a small confectionary in Kotozuka,Gifu City. The owners use natural vanilla beans and other carefully selected ingredients to create Western-style confections with a seasonal flair. Its custard puddings, bottled custard puddings topped with fruit preserves, and roll cakes, available throughout the year, have been featured on television. The shop can accommodate customers who have sensitivities to eggs, dairy products, or wheat by making bottled fruit preserves without custard.
  • Cheesecake Princess
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Ogakishi Nishitogawachou 2-45
    A cheesecake specialty shop offering over 20 varieties of cheesecake at any given time from among a selection of more than 100. The shop’s cheesecakes are made with select ingredients and include fruit cheesecakes, vegetable cheesecakes, Japanese-style cheesecakes, and seasonal cheesecakes. The shop’s cheesecakes were originally made just for the family’s owner—crafted without the use of excessive additives or chemical compounds, these cheesecakes are safe and healthy to eat for adults and children. Particularly recommended is the “Hana Yori d’Anje,” a delicately sweet and melt-in-your-mouth unbaked cheesecake served in a masu wooden sake cup from Ogaki, a city which boasts the largest production of masu cups in the country. Visually appealing as well, this cheesecake variety makes for a popular souvenir.

    After our boat ride near the river, we were recommended to try this cake shop by the locals. We ordered a slice of cheese pudding cake and a strawberry short cake. Drinks were earl grey tea and soy...

  • Chez Shibata Tajimi Branch
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    Gifu Pref. Tajimishi Taiheichou 5-10-3
    The main branch of a café and Western confectionary shop which also has locations overseas situated a five minute drive from the Tajimi Interchange. The owner, who worked in Paris, aims to create new sweets based on classic French confections while respecting the traditions of the past. The shop’s display case is filled with row upon row of different confections, and the selection is so abundant you’ll have difficulty choosing. Particularly recommended is the shop’s specialty “Visitandine,” a small cake made with almonds and browned butter which has even been praised by Parisian confectionary chefs. The shop also offers many seasonal items such as gateau chocolate and shaved ice. The shop’s Nishio matcha and yuzu cake, limited to just three customers a day, is also a must-taste.
  • Abemaki Chaya
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    Gifu Pref. Kakamigaharashi Unumamitsuikechou 2-205
    This Japanese-style cafe is located in Kakamigahara City and uses a storehouse built in the Taisho period (1912-1926). You can get a taste of sweets using Uji matcha powdered green tea and hojicha (roasted green tea) in a space with a relaxed, Taisho period (1912-1926) retro atmosphere. The store opens from 9:00, and offers a morning menu with items such as “pan de sweets matcha.” They are popular for sweets including Mont Blanc cake with Uji matcha, Uji matcha anmitsu (syrup-covered bean paste and fruit), and frozen green chocolate. In addition, besides their classic Japanese-style tofu hamburgers, they also have hijiki seaweed salad rice, salad cha soba (salad of buckwheat noodles with green tea powder added to the flour) and other healthy menu items. (Category / Cafe)
  • Tsubameya (Yanagase Main Shop)
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Gifushi Hinodemachi 1-20 Royal Building 1F
    Located an 11-minute walk from JR and Meitetsu Railways’ Gifu Station, this popular Japanese sweets store makes products utilizing the deliciousness of the ingredients for an amazing result. Their popular product is “hon-warabi mochi” (brack starch cakes covered in sweet soybean powder), which is fluffy and melts in your mouth, and is covered with lots of fragrantly roasted soybean powder. Please note that although this branch opens at 9:00, only this product is sold from 11:00. In addition, the store is also lined with seasonal sweets and items only available there, such as the Daichi no Oyatsu series, mochidora (chewy red bean pancakes sandwiching red bean paste), kusamochi (pounded rice cakes with Japanese mugwort) and kuzupurin (kudzu starch pudding).

    木曽へ行った帰りに寄りました。商店街に車を停めて歩いていくと、お店の前でどら焼きを頬張っている人が10人くらい。 代表的なお菓子を聞くと、店員さんは迷わずに わらび餅...

  • Bentendo
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    Gifu Pref. Gifushi Kandamachi 5-12
    This Japanese sweet shop founded in 1912 is a 10-minute walk from JR Gifu Station. Their Kurikomochi treats covered with chestnut powder is said to be the ultimate in Japanese confectionery. Artisans meticulously prepare them with only carefully selected domestic chestnuts. Adding the absolute minimum amount of sweetener, they leave the mochi rice cake itself unsweetened, letting the unadulterated flavor of the chestnuts shine through. Besides Japanese sweets like kuri-kinton (mashed sweet chestnuts) and strawberry daifuku (mochi rice balls with sweet filling) and strawberry custard daifuku during strawberry season, they also offer Western confections like roll cake, marble cake, baumkuchen, pie cake, and more.
  • Le Cerisier d'amour (Kitaisshiki Shop)
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    4.0
    9 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Gifushi Kitaisshiki 4-4-30
    This stylish shop that looks like an art museum is about five minutes by car from Meitetsu Kakamigahara Line's Hosobata Station. Their showcase is filled with items like cake, baked sweets, ice cream, and bread. Among their 30 kinds of sliced cake, only six are their standard varieties. The rest are all seasonal specials. These include their Shimanto River Mont Blanc made with Kochi Prefecture chestnuts, Edamame Tart made with local Gifu Prefecture edamame beans, and their Marugoto Momo made with an entire peach. You'll be able to try something new in every season.

    マーマーレード・パウンドケーキをいただきました。バターがしっかり効いていて、とても濃厚、かつかなりのしっとり感を楽しめます*^^*さすがのスリジェさん

  • Nakasho-seika
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    Gifu Gujo-shi Hachimancho Shimadani 541
    A confectionery shop central Gujo Hachiman, opposite the Former Gujo Hachiman Government Building Memorial Hall, a popular sightseeing spot. Founded while the government office was still in use, the current owner brings a background in Western sweets to their products. They sell a variety of original sweets made with Gujo ingredients, including cinnamon flavored soft rice cakes and baked manju buns with crusts made with condensed cream. Their summertime Seiryu-no-Shizuku gelatin treats are like drops of a fresh, clear spring. They even look refreshing and make great gifts.
  • UKOKKEI DOUXCE FORET
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    Gifu Ogaki-shi Takayacho 1-52-1
    "The name of this western-style confectionery shop means ""comfortable and calm forest"" in French. It sells pudding, madeleines, Baumkuchen and Castellas that are carefully finished one by one using highly nutritious silky fowl eggs. Their silky fowl pudding, which has a distinctly smooth texture, is an amazing dish that has a moderate sweetness despite its richness. Because it does not use any synthetic sweeteners or thickeners, it is reputed for being able to enjoy the clean aftertaste that is unique to using natural ingredients. Besides Western confectionery, it also sells egg noodles made with silky fowl eggs and silky fowl eggs firm enough to be pinched with chopsticks."
  • Shinkinedo
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    Gifu Nakatsugawa-shi
    "This chestnut confectionery and creative sweets shop was established in 1948. Traditional ""Sweet Chestnut Paste"" and colorful Japanese sweets are sold at the recreational park ""Chikori Village"" in front of the Nakatsugawa Interchange. ""Sweet Chestnut Paste"" or ""Kurikinton"" is a traditional Japanese sweet made from only the extremely simple ingredients of chestnuts and sugar, having a simple natural flavor. They are Shinkinedo's front running product and are made from 100% Japanese chestnuts without any additives, and won the Monde Selection Gold Award for three successive years."
  • Restaurant&Teppanyaki Hanamizuki
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    Gifu Ogaki-shi Mangoku 2-31
  • Pastel AEON MALL Kakamigahara
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Kakamigahara-shi Nakakayabacho 3-8 AEON MALL Kakamigahara 1F
  • Krispy Kreme Doughnuts AEON MALL Kakamigahara
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    Gifu Kakamigahara-shi Nakakayabacho 3-8 AEON MALL Kakamigahara 1F
  • Petit Sherry Sully AEON the mall Kakamigahara
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    Gifu Pref. Kakamigaharashi Nakakayabachou 3-8 Aeon Mall Kakamigahara 1F
  • Beard Papa AEON MALL Kakamigahara
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    Gifu Kakamigahara-shi Nakakayabacho 3-8 AEON MALL Kakamigahara 1F
  • Dessert Okoku AEON MALL Ogaki
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Gifu Ogaki-shi Sotono 2-100 AEON MALL Ogaki 2F

    買い物につかれたとき、気分がさっぱりしたいときにおすすめです。期間限定の季節のフルーツジュースが特におすすめです。

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Tucked away in the very center of Japan, Gifu prefecture houses mountains, old towns, and one of Japan’s greatest hot springs, Gero Onsen. A tour of the prefecture’s traditional architecture will take you from the mountain-enveloped wooden streets of Takayama to the mountain village of Shirakawago, where visitors can explore 250-year-old thatched roofed houses known as gassho-zukuri.

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