Teahouse Fukyuan

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Situated near the popular tourist spot in the city of Takayama, called the old town, Teahouse Fukyuan is a popular café inside the renovated old kimono shop and sake cellar, built in 1896. The lattice door and noren shop curtain looks like purely Japanese-style café, yet you can also order Western-style cakes and light meals, such as toast, in addition to Japanese-style sweets here. Therefore, it is a great place for anyone to enjoy great dishes any time. There are table seats looking over the courtyard that changes its appearances in each season and low tables in the relaxing Japanese-style room. I hope you will find your favorite space to relax in this café!

Address
17 Shimo- ichimachi, Takayama-shi, Gifu
Contact No.
+81-577-34-0126
Access
15-min walk from Takayama station on JR Takayama main line
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:00-17:00 (Closes at 17:30 in August) Closed on Tuesday
Official Website
http://www.fukyuan.com/
Other Information
*Average price (per person): from 1,000 yen*Menu: Kuzukiri 900 yen, Home-made cake set menu 1,000 yen, Warabi mochi 700 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

Handmade sweets are healthy

In "Teahouse Fukyuan", all sweets are handmade. In fact, Japanese sweets are made of traditional ingredients such as kuzu or bracken. Since the ingredients are natural, those sweets taste great and are healthy at the same time.

Source:食べログ

Popular and healthy Japanese sweet

The most popular dessert on the menu is "Kuzukiri" (900 yen) made of 100% natural kuzu. As a result, kuzu starch noodles are chewy and also healthy! It is served with honey with brown sugar. Unlike normal sugar, it has mild and elegant sweet taste. Although its taste is rich, it doesn't have an aftertaste that is too sweet.

Source:食べログ

Exceptional taste of freshly made sweets!

"Warabi mochi" (700 yen) is made of the excellent natural bracken called hon warabi cooked slowly and thoroughly in a pot. It is also a very popular dessert! The freshly made "Warabi mochi" has a soft texture that will melt inside your mouth.

Source:食べログ

Teahouse Fukyuan

Situated near the popular tourist spot in the city of Takayama, called the old town, Teahouse Fukyuan is a popular café inside the renovated old kimono shop and sake cellar, built in 1896. The lattice door and noren shop curtain looks like purely Japanese-style café, yet you can also order Western-style cakes and light meals, such as toast, in addition to Japanese-style sweets here. Therefore, it is a great place for anyone to enjoy great dishes any time. There are table seats looking over the courtyard that changes its appearances in each season and low tables in the relaxing Japanese-style room. I hope you will find your favorite space to relax in this café!

※ 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

Handmade sweets are healthy

In "Teahouse Fukyuan", all sweets are handmade. In fact, Japanese sweets are made of traditional ingredients such as kuzu or bracken. Since the ingredients are natural, those sweets taste great and are healthy at the same time.

Source:食べログ

Popular and healthy Japanese sweet

The most popular dessert on the menu is "Kuzukiri" (900 yen) made of 100% natural kuzu. As a result, kuzu starch noodles are chewy and also healthy! It is served with honey with brown sugar. Unlike normal sugar, it has mild and elegant sweet taste. Although its taste is rich, it doesn't have an aftertaste that is too sweet.

Source:食べログ

Exceptional taste of freshly made sweets!

"Warabi mochi" (700 yen) is made of the excellent natural bracken called hon warabi cooked slowly and thoroughly in a pot. It is also a very popular dessert! The freshly made "Warabi mochi" has a soft texture that will melt inside your mouth.

Source:食べログ

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