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KAMEJYU (Asakusa)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 28.2011 Sweets, Bakery & Cafe 0 comments 0 trackback
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You're in Asakusa doing some sightseeing or just hanging out to see a friend. Wanna get something for your Japanese friends as omiyage (gift) or some snack you can eat back at your hotel room/house. Well, there is the perfect Japanese sweet shop in Asakusa for this. KAMEJYU, which is only seconds away from Tokyo Metro station and Kaminarimon. It is one of the most famous sweet shops in downtown Tokyo.

kamejyu dorayaki
Their signature item is DORAYAKI (Sweet red or white bean paste in pancake) for 315 yen. It is considered the best down to earth style Dorayaki in Tokyo.

kamejyu kuroan
The Dorayaki is quit large compared to other shops and the most popular one is KUROAN (red bean paste),

kamejyu shiroan
but they have SHIROAN (white bean Paste) as well if you prefer.

kamejyu matsukaze
Other signature item is MATSUKAZE (Sweet red been paste in brown sugar sponge cake) for 250 yen. Matsukaze is their original item, which many customers purchase as well.

kamejyu kintsuba 2
Like most Japanese sweet shops, they also have items like KINTSUBA (Sweet red bean paste) for 160 yen,

kamejyu monaka
MONAKA (Sweet red or white bean paste in wafers) for 294 yen

kamejyu mamemochi
and MAMEMOCHI (Sticky rice cake with beans) for 190 yen.

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But most people come here for the famous DORAYAKI, which sells out before 3pm on weekends and holidays. So if you are going to Asakusa and like sweet red bean or Dorayaki, do stop by at Kamejyu. Its a must stop at Asakusa.

kamejyu inside

KAMEJYU (in Japanese, 亀十)
Address: 2-18-11 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都台東区雷門2-18-11)
Nearest train station: Tokyo Metro Asakusa (1 min walk)
Tel: 03-3841-2210
Reservations: No
Website: http://ryoma.cantown.jp/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Cantown.woa/3/wo/Y1tVKR6BElDuZrFodEoOK0/ (in Japanese only)
English menu: No
Credit Card: No
Open: 10am-9pm
Closed: Not fixed

Prices: Dorayaki (Sweet red or white bean paste in pancake) 315 yen
Matwsukaze (Sweet red been paste in brown sugar sponge cake) 250 yen
Kintsuba (Sweet red bean paste) 160 yen
Monaka (Sweet red or white bean paste in wafers) 294 yen
Mamemochi (Sticky rice cake with beans) 190 yen
Other items from  160-3,150 yen

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