The red been dessert is actually really sweet, but the tea accompanying it neutralise it. Great view to the river.
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Akafuku is certainly the most renowned snack in Ise, and all Japanese know its name. It is very simple and made with glutinous rice and red beans. In Akafuku Honten you can taste Akafuku just for $2. It is chapter than taking a cup of...More
They are open from 5 am, so visit early, before zillions of tourists rush in with huge sight seeing buses around midday. If you are lucky to visit there on the first day each month, they have limited-edition sweets besides their usual Akahuku-mochi. People make...More
This famous local sweet is a must try. The sweet beans are smooth and taste delicious with the fresh soft mochi. This sweet taste delicious with Japanese tea.
Their specialty is red bean dessert (red bean paste covering mochi instead of the usual other way round) and red bean soup. It taste quite nice, not too sweet. Its half self serve, you order and pay, and get a number with your receipt, find...More
Enjoyed the Japanese rice cake(mochi) with red beans!! The mochi was very soft and the red beans wasn't sweet than I expected. I bought the 2 mocha box for gifts. You can buy a bigger box but I liked the smallest one. Good to give...More
We got there at 7.30am in the morning and walked right in to have our red bean snack and tea set. Besides us was only a handful of other guest, which made the experience really pleasant and "uncrowded". We got the full attention of the...More
It's so gooooood! There's a separate line if you just want to buy boxed goods and the line moves super fast. I would buy more if I knew how good it was going to taste.
This is a well-known mochi shop in Ise. Prime corner location and packed with people. Their mochi is a variant of creamy-smooth red bean paste with three finger indentations encasing a rice cake center. Since it was crowded on the day we visited, we bought...More