京都御苑中立売休憩所

Operation Hours
9:00AM~4:30PM (Last order at 3:30PM)
LANGUAGE
  • Souvenir Shop

Souvenir Shop

  • Sasaya Iori

    Established in the first year of Kyoho (1716), we are qualified confectioners of traditional Japanese sweets. We devote ourselves to create seasonal Japanese confectionary by following tradition, status and protecting skills.

  • Kameya Yoshinaga

    Established in the 3rd year of Kyowa (1803), we aim to advocate traditional Kyoto confectionary to younger generations.

  • Shogoin Yatsuhashi

    Established in Genroku 2 (1689), we are one of the Kyoto's most famous long-established stores selling Yatsuhashi.

  • Kyoto Pickles "Tsukemono" Daiyasu

    Established in Meiji 35 (1902), we specialize in traditional homemade pickles, using natural broth and local vegetables.

  • Wakanaya

    Established in Showa 2 (1927), we specialize in Japanese confectionary with marron, red beans and black beans.

  • Kyoto Kitcho

    Opened as a Japanese restaurant in Showa 5 (1930), we express the beauty of the seasons in Japan in each dish.

  • Mametomi Honpo

    Since Meiji 41 (1908), we have a history of producing varieties of bean snacks over 4 generations for 110 years.

  • Kyoto Goshonikki Honpo

    Made with carefully selected ingredients, fertilized eggs, wheat flour and honey, our senbei crackers taste simply nice, and are only available at the Kyoto Imperial Palace.

  • Kyonishijin Kasho Souzen

    In this time of quick modernization and loss of tradition, our mission is to advocate traditional culture to younger generations by preserving the real skills and tastes.

  • Fukushia Katsuo Corporation

    We offer special items made from selected bonito flakes to offer the best "dashi" fish broth and to protect food culture.

  • Kyogashi Tawaraya Yoshitomi

    Established in Horeki 5 (1755), "Unryu" sweets have been our most favored item which was created by 7th generation Ryujiro.

  • Kyogashi Kogetsu

    Established in Showa 20 (1945), our feature item " Senju Senbei " are Japanese waffles with a light sugar cream filling.

  • Ota Sake Brewery Corporation

    Established in Meiji 7 (1874), we are a brewery with history and tradition. Launched by Dokan Ota, who was involved in building the Edo castle.

  • Kuta Sansai Process

    Based in Kuta, the northern tip of Kyoto city, we offer traditional items cooked with seasonal ingredients.

  • Tanzan Sake Brewery

    Located in Arashiyama, up stream on the Katsura River with natural water and rich soil, we have been producing premium sake that brings out the full flavor of the raw ingredients.

  • Fukujuen

    Established in Kansei 2 (1785), with our motto "our products speak for themselves", we have been installing modern techniques into traditional methods, and promoting tea life for today.

  • Kyoto Kiyomizudera Chigiriya

    We offer fish balls made with Kyoto vegetables cooked by our own traditional method.

  • Kyoto Otokuni Kogetsuan

    Located in Otokuni where there is a bamboo forest with 300 years' of history, we have been offering products made with Kyoto local Bamboo shoots and plum flavored kombu tea.

  • Kyo sweets Bunnosuke Chaya

    We specialize in Kyoto sweets including Warabimochi, bracken-starch dumpling; the one with cinnamon flavor is a big hit for souvenirs.

  • Kyoto Gyoen original items

    Please stop by for our Kyoto Gyoen original items when you visit the Kyoto Imperial Palace.

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