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[Designated as Kanazawa City Preservation Architecture]

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A historical cafe with an old sunken hearth is also on site, where you can enjoy matcha green tea and Japanese confectioneries. Its specialty is luxury desserts accompanied by gold leaf, one of Kanazawa's traditional crafts. You’ll be tantalized by homemade kuzukiri (jellied kudzu starch) served with a whole sheet of gold leaf.
Feel comfortable just dropping by for a tea, while we offer special price includes the admission fee and food and drink.

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Ohgon Kuzukiri ¥1,400 (¥1,950)

Homemade Kuzukiri (jellied kudzu starch) served with muscovado syrup and a whole sheet of gold leaf.

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Seasonal Ohgon Zenzai ¥1,400 (¥1,950)
(1 Oct. - mid-Apr.)

Zenzai (sweet red-bean broth with rice-flour dumplings) covered with a whole sheet of gold leaf.

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Seasonal Kisetsu no Zenzai ¥860 (¥1,410)
(1 Oct. - mid-Apr.)

Seasonal Zenzai (sweet red-bean broth with rice-flour dumplings) and a cup of roasted tea.

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Jikasei Kuzukiri ¥860 (¥1,410)

Homemade Kuzukiri (jellied kudzu starch) served with muscovado syrup.

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Omatcha & Wagashi ¥650 (¥1,200)

A cup of Nodaya brand green tea, and an original confectionary (bean-paste in a bun) sold only at our geisha house.

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