A Japanese sweets café and birthplace of anmitsu, it has been in operation since the Meiji period
In 1894, we started our first shiruko (sweet red bean soup) shop in Ginza.
In 1930, when the second owner, Mori Hanjiro, created a new menu item called anmitsu (agar, bean paste, and pieces of fruits served in a syrup) in response to demand from loyal customers who wanted to eat sweeter confectionery, it soon became a huge hit.
Please come and try our anmitsu, Japanese popular sweet, at its birthplace.
- Ginza Core, 1F, 5-8-20, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Web Site
- Directly connected to Ginza Station Exit A4 on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, or Hibiya Line
- Open Hours
- 11:00～19:00（L.O. 18:30）
* Hours open may change in the future.
- Day Off
- Open all year round
- Credit cards
- Not accepted
- Special Notes
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