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Kuya (空也)

4.5

Japanese Confectionery

This is a well-established wagashi (Japanese sweets) shop founded in 1884, and Ginza's Kuya monaka is loved by many including those that are cultured and their signature product of monaka is popular as a present for a special someone. Without using any additives they combine carefully selected red beans and sugar into a tsubushi-an that has a refined sweetness. Since the shop sells out of the entirely homemade treats, customers will need to make a reservation if they want to be certain of their purchase. Ginza Station is the closest train station.

place

Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 6-7-19 (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0335713304

Review of Kuya

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/05/18 良さがあまりわからなかった。
コロナ期間なので訪問
餡は美味しかったけど、側が湿気てる?

たまたまかな?また買いに行ってみよう。

これはこれでよいのかな?好みの問題かな?
Reviewed:2020/03/31 予約必須
電話で予約をしてから希望日に受け取りに伺いました。土曜日だったのでやはり本日分は全て完売。予約していって正解でした。
Reviewed:2020/03/17 言わずと知れた名店
銀座にある最中の有名店です。
閉店間際だったにもかかわらず幸運にも買い求めることができましたが、予約してから行くのがいいようです。
自宅と友人へのお土産にしたのですが、家族も友人も「やっぱり違う」「上品な甘さ」と喜んでくれました。手土産にはとても良いと思いますが賞味期限が短いのでご注意を。
小さなお店なので見落とさないよう事前に場所を確認することをおすすめします。

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Address
Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 6-7-19 [map]
Area
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
Phone
0335713304

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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