Yatsuhashi is a traditional sweet created in the course of the long history of Kyoto. You can bake Yatsuhashi by yourself and take them back home as a souvenir. Yatsuhashi was born in Kyoto, the origin of various Japanese cultures. Its characteristics are a crispy texture and the flavor of cinnamon that spreads in the mouth. The original texture and the refined sweetness are said to be addictive. Now it is a standard gift from Kyoto and bought by the majority of tourists visiting Kyoto.
You can take home two types of Yatsuhashi: one baked by yourself and the other baked by factory. Change into a Happi coat called 'Obebe,' wear a cap and gloves, and get started!. You will have a lecture on the tools, materials, and how to bake Yatsuhashi. You will bake 16 pieces of Yatsuhashi by yourself according to the procedure. They are carefully packed by staff with 16 pieces of Yatsuhashi baked by factory. You can take home the Yatsuhashi full of memories of Kyoto. The unique shape of Yatsuhashi represents the form of Koto, a traditional Japanese musical instrument. Yatsuhashi from Izutsuyatsuhashihonpo has the shape of Koto to show respect for the Japanese musician, Yatsuhashi Kengyo, known as the "Father of Modern Koto." Immersing yourself in the history and culture of Kyoto, enjoy the taste of Yatsuhashi.
Opening time: 10am - 6pm
Duration: 60 minutes
Yatsuhashi Baking Experience
Adult/Child: 10 years old and above
Upon purchase of the ticket, you will receive an email confirmation with e-ticket/e-voucher within two days. Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received.
Izutsuyatsuhashihonpo Kyogoku Ichibangai
310, Higashi-Daimonji-cho, Teramachi-dori Nishiki Sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 604-8043