Matsumoto Kissa Senzu Wagashi

Monaka and Azuki

Kissa Senzu serves modern and traditional wagashi sweets inside of the historic Kaiundo confectionary shop, opened in 1884 in Matsumoto. Monaka, a crispy wafer is served with a flight of three types of red beans (smooth, chunky, and whole). A fun way to compare the textures.

Melted butter dorayaki

Dorayaki of two small pancakes stuffed with sweet anko azuki bean paste is warmed up and served with warm butter. Both are delicious.

Hanabiramochi

Hanabiramochi is the seasonal nama wagashi, usually the first one eaten each new year.

Kaiundo also has soft serve that is made by a robot machine. The daily flavor this day was muskmelon.

Matsumoto Kaiundo

開運堂本店の中に素敵な喫茶スペース。モナカとこし餡、つぶ餡、かのか豆の食べ比べは美味しかった。溶かしバターどらやきは家で真似をします。

Kissa Senzu

Nagano-ken, Matsumoto-shi, Chūō 2-2-15

https://www.kaiundo.co.jp

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