Located along the pathway to the Ikegami Honmonji Temple, Ikegami Ikedaya is a long-standing confectionery specializing in Kuzu-mochi (mochi cakes).
Senryu offers the best seafood at a reasonable price.
Opened in 1962, Takasago Sushi offers traditional Edo-style sushi (Edo-mae sushi).
Located conveniently, one minute walk from Ikegami Station.
Desserts that are closely tied to local features are popular here.
A British tavern where even ladies will love to visit alone.
A pastry shop located on a quiet street in Denenchofu where beautiful ginko trees are aligned.
The "Taiyaki San Kyoudai" (The 3 Taiyaki Brothers) is a popular dessert that uses plenty of homemade sweet red bean paste made from Hokkaido Azuki Beans. The Oldest Brother Taiyaki is 26 cm for 600 Yen, the Middle is 16 cm for 250 Yen, and Youngest is 13 cm for 140 Yen. Bring the Oldest [...]
Established in 1970. Enjoy the taste of a traditional Japanese Coffee House with a classic atmosphere, aroma, and taste that still remains to this day. Getting there 5-minute walk from JR Keihin Tohoku Line "Ōmori" east exit More information Omori Kita 1-36-2 03-3761-6077 Weekdays 7:00-20:00, [...]
Their original wagashi (Japanese sweets) is based on Magome Bunshi Mura, and is gaining popularity. The following sweets were created here and are handmade every day: "Bunshimura Manju" is made with strained sweet red beans, "Magome Sanzun Ninjin Manju" is made of carrot, and "Magome no Tsuki" has mashed, sweet red bean sandwiched between slices [...]