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Indulge yourself with luxurious sweets whilst looking out at the Chaya street through the lattice windows.


A historical cafe with an old sunken hearth is also on site, where you can enjoy matcha green tea and Japanese confectioneries. Its specialty is luxury desserts accompanied by gold leaf, one of Kanazawa's traditional crafts. You’ll be tantalized by homemade kuzukiri (jellied kudzu starch) served with a whole sheet of gold leaf.
Feel comfortable just dropping by for a tea, while we offer special price includes the admission fee and food and drink.
 
 


 

Ohgon Kudzukiri
Price ¥1,400

sliced kudzu-vine made from a plant called kudzu, dark sweet syrup covered with edible gold leaf

 

Ohgon Zenzai
Price ¥1,400

sweet red bean soup, shiratama dumplings made from rice powder covered with edible gold leaf, boiled and salted Kombu seaweed

 

Cream Matcha Zenzai
Price ¥1,100

Matcha ice cream covered with milk taste foam, sweet red beans, shiratama dumplings made from rice powder, sweet black beans

 

Matcha green tea
Price ¥800

served with sweet red beans sandwiched between rakugan made from sugar and starch powder

 

Iced Matcha green tea
Price ¥800

served with sweet red beans sandwiched between rakugan made from sugar and starch powder

 

Coffee
Price ¥800

served with a piece of rakugan made from sugar and starch powder

 

Iced Coffee
Price ¥900

served with a piece of rakugan made from sugar and starch powder

 

Ohgon Coffee
Price ¥2,800

an original coffee covered with edible gold leaf, a piece of rakugan made from sugar and starch powder

 

Perrier
Price ¥950

soda water served with sliced lemon

 

Yuzu soda
Price ¥800

yuzu (one of Japanese citrus) taste soda

 

Coca-Cola
Price ¥800

served with a piece of rakugan made from sugar and starch powder

 

Ginger ale
Price ¥800

served with a piece of rakugan made from sugar and starch powder

Alcohol


 

Yebisu brand bottled beer
Price ¥1,000

served with small fish tsukudani (preserved food in sweetened soy sauce taste)

 

Chilled sake 'Hana-no En'
Price ¥1,400

served with small fish tsukudani (preserved food in sweetened soy sauce taste)