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Ureshian (うれし庵)

4.5

Other Coffee Shop

A shop that makes and sells sweets in Yamashita Gofukuten. Everything they make gets good reviews, including their popular Mochimocchi, souvenirs like their seasonal Wachoko, gifts items, and birthday cakes (order in advance). They have lots of Western confections bursting with Japanese ingredients. The shop has an eating area.

place

Saga Ureshino-shi Ureshinomachi Shimojuku Otsu 769 (Takeo / UreshinoArea)

phone 0954420038
place

9:00-19:00

Review of Ureshian

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/07/29 Nice and cozy cafe
You can buy Japanese kimono here and enjoy green tea smothie. There are nice sofas for you to chill.
Reviewed:2019/11/07 もちもっちのお店
嬉野の中心部温泉街にあります。宿の方が勧めてくれたもちもっちというお餅の洋菓子が美味しいです。要冷蔵です。
Reviewed:2019/04/30 もちもっち最高
和服店とケーキ屋さんが同居した不思議空間。居心地良し。
タイトルにもある「もちもっち」は、おしゃれ雪見大福みたいな感じ。テイクアウトしてちょっと車の中で食べたりするのに最適

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Details

Address
Saga Ureshino-shi Ureshinomachi Shimojuku Otsu 769 [map]
Area
Takeo / UreshinoArea
Phone
0954420038
Hours
9:00-19:00
Closed
Monday
Parking Lot
Available(4spaces)
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, UnionPay)
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Available
English Menu
Available (drink menu only)
Average budget
[Lunch] 1-1,000yen
Estimated stay time
30-60 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Available
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Away from the fast-paced cities of mainland Japan, Kyushu's Saga prefecture offers quaint towns and cities known for their traditional crafts, particularly ceramics. Rich in kaolin (a type of clay), Saga became the homeland of Arita ware, a delicate, decorative porcelain that is now celebrated worldwide and can be discovered in the towns of Arita, Imari, and Karatsu.