Teahouse Tasukean

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Situated at a 2-min walk from the famous tourist spot in Mie, Ise Jingu shrine, Teahouse Tasukean is a popular cafe, run by Senokuniya. "Senokuniya" is a fabrication company of rice cake, Kamiyomochi, which is one of the specialty of Ise. The building of this tea house is a renovated, old warehouse built in 1934. That is why it has a nostalgic atmosphere. Inside you can taste Japanese sweets, including "Kamiyomochi" and "zenzai (sweet red bean soup with rice cake)" and Ise tea from the Prefecture Mie. On top of that, you can also purchase souvenirs. I hope you will pass by when you visit Ise Jingu Shrine.

Address
144-10 Ujiimazaikecho, Ise-shi, Mie
Contact No.
+81-596-29-2323
Access
Take Mie Kotsu bus, bound for Naiku, from Iseshi station on JR line and Kintetsu Yamada line. Take off at Naiku-mae stop. 2-min walk from there.
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-16:30Irregular holidays
Official Website
http://tasukean.jp/
Other Information
*Average price (one person): from 999 yen*Menu: Kamiyomochi 400 yen, Matcha set à la carte 700 yen, Miyukimochi 3 pieces 220 yen

※ 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

Japanese sweets made with no additives

Teahouse Tasukean serves sweets made without any additives. A variety of amazing sweets made of carefully selected ingredients, including red beans from Hokkaido, natural mugwort, mochi rice made of refined brown rice. Therefore, the color and the smell of sweets are all natural.

Source:食べログ

Specialty of Ise made of natural mugworts

I strongly recommend you to try "Kamiyomochi" (400 yen) which is a popular set menu of "Kamiyomochi" made of natural mugworts and Ise tea from Ise region. The red bean paste inside the "Kamiyomochi" has slightly sweet and elegant taste. It goes so well the bitter taste of Ise tea!

Source:食べログ

Limited menu that you can only taste here!

"Miyukimochi (3 pieces)" (220 yen) is also very popular! In fact, you can only taste it in this restaurant. "Miyukimochi is made of "Kamiyomochi" with bracken-starch on top of it. There is no red bean paste inside the rice cake, so it is a great choice for those who don't like red bean paste.

Source:食べログ

Teahouse Tasukean

Situated at a 2-min walk from the famous tourist spot in Mie, Ise Jingu shrine, Teahouse Tasukean is a popular cafe, run by Senokuniya. "Senokuniya" is a fabrication company of rice cake, Kamiyomochi, which is one of the specialty of Ise. The building of this tea house is a renovated, old warehouse built in 1934. That is why it has a nostalgic atmosphere. Inside you can taste Japanese sweets, including "Kamiyomochi" and "zenzai (sweet red bean soup with rice cake)" and Ise tea from the Prefecture Mie. On top of that, you can also purchase souvenirs. I hope you will pass by when you visit Ise Jingu Shrine.

※ 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

Japanese sweets made with no additives

Teahouse Tasukean serves sweets made without any additives. A variety of amazing sweets made of carefully selected ingredients, including red beans from Hokkaido, natural mugwort, mochi rice made of refined brown rice. Therefore, the color and the smell of sweets are all natural.

Source:食べログ

Specialty of Ise made of natural mugworts

I strongly recommend you to try "Kamiyomochi" (400 yen) which is a popular set menu of "Kamiyomochi" made of natural mugworts and Ise tea from Ise region. The red bean paste inside the "Kamiyomochi" has slightly sweet and elegant taste. It goes so well the bitter taste of Ise tea!

Source:食べログ

Limited menu that you can only taste here!

"Miyukimochi (3 pieces)" (220 yen) is also very popular! In fact, you can only taste it in this restaurant. "Miyukimochi is made of "Kamiyomochi" with bracken-starch on top of it. There is no red bean paste inside the rice cake, so it is a great choice for those who don't like red bean paste.

Source:食べログ

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