Japanese-style tiramisu with a wonderful symbol of Imai-cho.
A small general store and cafe renovated from a quaint old Nagaya.
The signboard menu is “Mutsuki Tiramisu” in the box of Yoshino cedar.
On the surface, the symbol mark of Imai-cho, “Komatsunagi (ring that connects cows and horses)” is drawn with cocoa powder.
I was surprised when I put a spoon in it.
Inside is a layer of sponge soaked with Nara’s specialty dried persimmon, matcha water yokan, homemade bean paste, cheese cream, and coffee syrup.
A Japanese-style tiramisu for adults with a light sweetness that goes well with each other. Only 10 meals a day, so come early.
I introduced it briefly, but when you actually come to the site, you can experience the history and tradition more concretely with the locals.
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