Updated: November 07, 2018
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Kagurazaka Saryo: Matcha Fondue At A Famous Japanese Cafe


At the centre of the table there is a fondue pot filled with hot matcha sauce in which you can dip all kinds of delicious ingredients. Kagurazaka Saryo is a well-kept secret among locals because of its delicious desserts and Japanese atmosphere.

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Kagurazaka Saryo's undying popularity will have you queuing on weekends

Kagurazaka Saryo is only 4-minutes from Kagurazaka Station.
The resto's facade fits perfectly with the neighbourhood's surrounding buildings. Kagurazaka is nicknamed by local's "Little Kyoto" because of the prominence of traditional Japanese shops and restos or "Little Paris" because of its many French cafes and bistros.

Since its opening 14 years ago, Kagurazaka Saryo has been relentlessly popular. You'll definitely have to queue, but remember it's worth it!
The restaurant has been renovated, all the while retaining the building's quaint charm. The walls are covered in Japanese tapestry which gives it its beautiful traditional charm.
You can sit on the terrace and enjoy your dessert on a warm and sunny day.
It is also suggested to grab a seat at the table by the window. With the bamboo leaves peaking out, it looks like a moving painting. It is the most perfect setting to enjoy these exquisite desserts.

This matcha fondue exploded on social media

(Matcha chocolate fondue 993 yen)

Many customers come only for this dessert! It is made with the high-quality Uji Matcha and is mixed with white chocolate.
This Japanese dessert is served with strawberries, mochi, pie flakes, wheat starch and vanilla ice cream. Yum!
The strawberry dipped into the rich and delicious chocolate fondue is incredible.
The bitterness of the matcha is balanced out by the sweetness of the white chocolate.
What a heavenly match!
The pie is home-made at a neighbouring sweets confectionary.
The flakey butter pie goes so well with the matcha sauce.
As a much-awaited actor in a fantastic play, the vanilla ice cream makes it appearance. You can pour the warm matcha sauce over the cold ice cream and the difference in temperature and texture will make each bite exciting.

How about a gift for your friends back home?

These Japanese sweets make for great souvenirs for your friends back home. The Japanese packaging and delicious sweets would make people of all ages happy.


The matcha chocolate fondue is a must-try at this beautiful Japanese cafe, but there are many other matcha desserts to try, and even savoury plates as well.
Please check it out for yourself!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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