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Posted by Tokyo Joe on 14.2012 Sweets, Bakery & Cafe 0 comments 0 trackback
船橋屋 outside
Kudzu Mochi is a desert or snack my mother use bring back for us, whenever she went back to see her parents in Tokyo. She would always purchase it from the shop which invented it 200 years ago. This shop is FUNABASHIYA at Kameido.

船橋屋 kuzumochi
KUDZU MOCHI is a pudding like arrowroot cake. It does have much of a taste and you add Kinako (soybean flour) and Kuromitsu (Brown sugar syrup) on top. Its one of Tokyo's classical sweets, which goes perfect with green tea.

You can also take it out, which most people do.

船橋屋 あんみつ(690円)
Just like any traditional Japanese sweet shop, they serve ANMITSU, which is a made of small cubes of agar jell. It is a white translucent jelly made from red algae or seaweed.

船橋屋 cream anmitsu
You can add a scoop of ice cream to it, which is CREAM ANMITSU

船橋屋 shiratama anmitsu
or Shiratama (Rice floor dumplings), which is SHIRATAMA ANMITSU.

They also serve MAMEKANTEN (Agar jell, boiled red bean and brown sugar syrup),

YOSHINO MOCHI (Yoshino kudzu cake with sweet red bean paste).

船橋屋 inside
If its your first time visiting Funabashiya, you must order Kudzu Mochi, nothing else. Its also close to Kameido Tenjin, but they do have a takeout only store in Hiroo as well.

船橋屋 menu

FUNABASHIYA (in Japanese, 船橋屋)
Address: 3-2-14 Kameido, Koto-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都江東区亀戸3-2-14)
Nearest train station: JR Kameido (11 min walk)
Tel: 03-3681-2784
Reservations: No
Website: http://www.funabashiya.co.jp/ (in Japanese only)
English menu: None
Credit Card: No
Open: 9am-5pm (Takeout until 6pm)
Closed: None

Prices: Kuzumochi 530 yen
Tokoroten 480 yen
Anmitsu 590 yen
Cream Anmitsu 690 yen
Shiratama Anmitsu 690 yen
Fruits Anmitsu 690 yen
Mitsumame 590 yen
Cream Mitsumame 690 yen
Shiratama Shiruko 690 yen
Mame Kanten 590 yen
Yoshino Mochi 530 yen
Ice Cream 400 yen
Coffee (Hot or Ice) 400 yen

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