Gion Komori

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Gion Komori is a remodeled riverside teahouse located in the preserved district of Kyoto’s traditional “machiya” houses on Shinbashi-dori. Here you can enjoy specialty Japanese sweets in a relaxing atmosphere while looking out upon the river. The azuki (red bean paste) are grown in Hokkaido and cooked up fresh every day. The warabi mochi (bracken starch dumplings) are made from 100% warabi powder which is also made fresh every day. The teahouse also makes anmitsu bean jam treats with kuzu (arrowroot) fresh after ordering which has a jelly-like texture. This is one famous teahouse that offers warm hospitality without sacrificing any of the quality of the ingredients.

Address
61 Motoyoshi-cho, Yamato Oji Higashi-iru, Shinbashi-dori, Nishino-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Contact No.
+81-75-561-0504
Access
5-minute walk from the Gion-shijo Station on the Keihan Railway
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00 – 21:00 (last order at 20:30)
Open on Sundays and national holidays until 20:00 (last order at 19:30)
Closed on Wednesdays (Open when falling on national holidays)
Official Website
http://www.giwon-komori.com/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
Average budget (one person): Afternoon 1,000 yen -, evening 1,000 yen - Menu: Warabi mochi parfait 1,550 yen (including tax), warabi mochi 1,100 yen (including tax)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Remodeled riverside teahouse that offers tasteful Japanese sweets

The tranquil interior of the store allows you to relax while soaking in the elegant atmosphere of Kyoto’s Gion district located around the flowing Shirakawa River. Go ahead and pass the time by leisurely enjoying some sweets in the seats facing the river.

Source:食べログ

Specialty warabi mochi made from 100% warabi powder

The warabi mochi available here (1,100 yen including tax) is made fresh every morning from carefully chosen 100% warabi powder. This is one irresistible treat with a fluffy texture that is soft on the tongue. You can also enjoy it in a set with a matcha drink (1,500 yen including tax).

Source:食べログ

Parfait that brings out the true quality of the ingredients: Warabi mochi parfait

Of the many parfaits available, the most popular is the warabi mochi parfait (1,550 yen including tax). This parfait made with specialty warabi mochi ingredients has a brilliant balance of Western and Japanese flavors. You’ll be able to enjoy this refreshing treat from the first to the very last bite.

Source:食べログ

Gion Komori

Gion Komori is a remodeled riverside teahouse located in the preserved district of Kyoto’s traditional “machiya” houses on Shinbashi-dori. Here you can enjoy specialty Japanese sweets in a relaxing atmosphere while looking out upon the river. The azuki (red bean paste) are grown in Hokkaido and cooked up fresh every day. The warabi mochi (bracken starch dumplings) are made from 100% warabi powder which is also made fresh every day. The teahouse also makes anmitsu bean jam treats with kuzu (arrowroot) fresh after ordering which has a jelly-like texture. This is one famous teahouse that offers warm hospitality without sacrificing any of the quality of the ingredients.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Remodeled riverside teahouse that offers tasteful Japanese sweets

The tranquil interior of the store allows you to relax while soaking in the elegant atmosphere of Kyoto’s Gion district located around the flowing Shirakawa River. Go ahead and pass the time by leisurely enjoying some sweets in the seats facing the river.

Source:食べログ

Specialty warabi mochi made from 100% warabi powder

The warabi mochi available here (1,100 yen including tax) is made fresh every morning from carefully chosen 100% warabi powder. This is one irresistible treat with a fluffy texture that is soft on the tongue. You can also enjoy it in a set with a matcha drink (1,500 yen including tax).

Source:食べログ

Parfait that brings out the true quality of the ingredients: Warabi mochi parfait

Of the many parfaits available, the most popular is the warabi mochi parfait (1,550 yen including tax). This parfait made with specialty warabi mochi ingredients has a brilliant balance of Western and Japanese flavors. You’ll be able to enjoy this refreshing treat from the first to the very last bite.

Source:食べログ

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