The dessert here are ok... not as refined as in Kyoto. Service is lacking. Can skip if you have no time to wait in the queue.
On summer weekends the place is too crowded how famous it is, but it's worth each minute of wait! If you are not familiar with the japanese traditional green bean paste, the first look is disgusting, so don't look at it and try a bite,...More
They have one dish, a dessert that is eaten plain (in the winter) or with shaved ice (in the summer). The recipie is a family secret, and has been that way for hundreds of years. They are basically open (for the day) until they run...More
shaved ice with rice cake is good for summertime. many people are queued in front if the shop but don't worry line goes very smooth. you'd better go there if you have chance to visit Sakai.