Went to "Sanjo-kai Shopping Street" on Sanjo Dori. From Horikawa Sanjo to Senbon Sanjo. "Sanjo Wakasaya" on Horikawa Dori was famous for its Gion Chigo Mochi. There were four Wakasaya stores: Sohonke Wakasaya, Nijo Wakasaya, Sanjo Wakasaya, and Shichijo Wakasaya, but only Nijo and Sanjo still existed.
The cafe restaurant "Rhone" was located a little south on Inokuma Dori from Sanjo Dori.
10分モンブランで有名な「スイーツ カフェ キョウト ケイゾー」。オーナーパティシエ西田敬三が展開するスイーツショップの1号店らしい。
"Sweets Cafe Kyoto Keizo" was famous for its 10-minute Mont Blanc. It seemed the first shop of the sweets shops operated by owner patissier Keizo Nishida.
"10-minute Mont Blanc" was made fresh. It was delicious. A cake with chestnut cream on top of meringue. When you ordered it, they made it on the spot, but and you waited longer than 10 minutes, the texture would change.
"Locale", a charcuterie shop.
キョウト ケイゾー オカシ。庶民的な店の多い三条会商店街だが、スイーツショップとパン屋さんも多く、若者比率も高い。
Kyoto Keizo Okashi. Sanjo-kai Shopping Street was full of folksy stores, but it also had many sweet shops and boulangeries, and with young visitors.
"Matatabisha", a branch shrine of Yasaka Shrine that passed by many times.
For some reason, Kochi cuisine and robatayaki restaurant was here.
"Brulee," a creme brulee doughnut shop.
Freshly harvested vegetables store "Umaretate Yasai".
"Panscape", a delicious bakery shop.
"Yorozu Shokudo", an ethnic western-style restaurant. The restaurant where had the ethnic lunch last time.
At the exit to Senbon Dori was the meat restaurant "Hiro". There was also a Korean BBQ restaurant Hiro nearby. Delicious and fun Sanjo Shopping Street.
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