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Kuya 空也 Japanese Sweets / Ginza

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Monaka is a Japanese sweet made from azuki beans and a pastry of mochi. The Monaka at Kuuya is the most popular in Japan, and difficult to get unless you make a reservation. Surprisingly, this famed sweet can be had for 100yen each! Call ahead, English is available, and you'll enjoy a coveted Japanese sweet.

Categories Japanese Sweets
Nearest Station Ginza
Address 6-7-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-3571-3304
Business Hours Mon-Fri 10:00am-5:00pm; Sat 10:00am-4:00pm ; closed Sun

1 Review for Kuya

  • Kuya
  • (2007-09-22)
  • I've eaten more than my fair share of daifuku and manjyu since I first tried them, but I have to confess, monaka never really topped my list. It's one of those things that you can find in Asian supermarkets in the United States, and it doesn't really suffer from long term packaging like daifuku or manjyu. Therefore, I'm much more likely to eat it in the US than in Japan. After tasting monaka from ... Read More

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G-1 International Club
Special Introductory Discount: ALL Include / 1 hour for 12,000yen
Includes: unlimited house whiskey, house brandy, house shochu, beer and wine; companion's drinks; all taxes and service charge.
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Receive a 50% discount on our 6000 yen dinner course (a 3000 yen savings)
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Customers celebrating birthdays receive a special dessert

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