An elegant old matcha shop that offers this matcha series of desserts. Here you can experience the matcha made from tea leaves. It is very fragrant and delicious. Food is divided into two categories: matcha ice point and matcha soba noodles.
Nakamura Tokichi’s signature is a blend of Nakamura tea series of Yulu, green tea, and hojicha, which are delicious. Nakamura strong tea is better than Tsujiri.
There are also other special refreshments in the store. It is recommended to buy Nakamura tea and make tea at home.
This is a century-old matcha shop, the head office is in Uji. Matcha controllers can see it. On the 3rd floor of Kyoto Station Isetan, the turnover rate of desserts based on matcha is quite high, maybe because it is about to close, there is almost no queue.
Because it was arranged to go to Uji every day in the itinerary, I came directly to this Nakamura Fujikoshi at Kyoto Station. There are too many people in the store. What do you want? So I bought a takeaway and left. The time-honored brand of Kyoto Matcha is different from the well-known Tsujiri. It is said that this is the most popular long-established store in Kyoto. The store is full of Matcha-related products. Cute matcha wagashi made into bunny, matcha dumplings like candied haws. The best-selling matcha Baiyu Yuanzi. There are also various matcha snacks and puddings. The variety is so dazzling. In addition to tourists, many locals come here. Bought matcha ice cream and matcha Baiyu Yuanzi. The ice cream comes in boxes, small boxes the size of Haagen-Dazs. Matcha has a rich taste, slightly sweet, with a slight bitterness and sweetness. The matcha Baiyuyuanzi is better than the time-honored brand I have eaten before. Yuanzi is very Q-bomb, the matcha tastes slightly bitter, and it is combined with sweet red bean paste. The price is not expensive. If you have the opportunity, go to Uji's headquarters to sit down.
You need to line up for a while for meals. Seasonally limited, choose one each for matcha and oolong tea. The cream is not greasy, the cake is full-bodied, the matcha jelly is Q bombs, and the tea-flavored ice cream is very refreshing. I wanted to eat Uji Jin Shibing, which I have been admiring for a long time, but unfortunately it is limited in summer, so I am sorry to lose it.
Babies who love to eat matcha must not miss it~ I saw many people mention it when I made the guide, and it is also a classic representative of Uji matcha, so I naturally want to try it. It’s not particularly easy to find in Kyoto Station. You need to line up for a while. There are a lot of Japanese locals in the store. We ordered a few main desserts, but it was a bit too much~ Both of them looked at it but couldn't eat it.
Unexpectedly, Fujikichi Nakamura in Kyoto would have to line up. There is a take-out shop on the first floor, but the variety is very small, only some ice cream, and the second floor is a dine-in shop. You need to wait in line. The production still makes people feel that the wait is worthwhile.