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A pleasant space with homemade baked goods

The 2nd opening of a cookie specialty shop which first opened in Kyoto City 35 years ago. The shop name means “wholehearted cookies with its origin in traditional Japanese dining”. In addition to the main shops popular menu of chiffon cake and cookies, the shop at Miyama sells cookies in the shape of a thatched-roofed house as well as many sweets that can only be bought at this shop. Terrace seats where you can enjoy the breeze are also available and it’s a nice spot to drop by to rest while touring the area.

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Their popular menu is “pilaf lunch of clustered dome cap mushrooms” which consists of pilaf as the main menu with a side dish in a small bowl, vegetable soup and drink.

Business time10:00~18:00
HolidayMonday(Except national holidays.)
Parking lotAvailable
WiFi Not Available
Credit cardAccept
OthersBudget for lunch is about \1,000 and about \500 for cafe.


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