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Anmitsu and Mitsumame have been popular Japanese desserts for many decades.

They are made of small cubes of agar jelly, a white translucent jelly made from red algae or seaweed. The agar is dissolved with water (or fruit juice such as apple juice) to make the jelly. It is served in a bowl with sweet azuki bean paste or anko (the “An” part of Anmitsu), Akaendou-mame(boiled peas), Gyuhi and a variety of fruits such as peach slices, Mikan(Mandarin orange), pieces of pineapples, and cherries. Anmitsu and Mitsumamae usually come with a small pot of black syrup Kuromitsu or transparent syrup Tomitsu. You pour the syrup first, and have it with spoon.

Mitsumame is served without An the bean paste. Instead, there are more boiled peas, Akaendou-mame, than Anmitsu.

Anmitsu and Mitsumamae have few varieties. Cream Anmitsu goes with ice cream on top. Shiratama Dango which is rice flour dumpling is also commonly used as a topping.

Anmitsu / あんみつ

Anmamekan

730yen

Anmamekan

Anmitsu

680yen

Anmitsu

Cream Anmitsu

780yen

Cream Anmitsu

Shiratama Anmitsu

780yen

Shiratama Anmitsu

Apricot Anmitsu

780yen

Andu Anmitsu

Matcha Anmitsu

780yen

Matcha Anmitsu

Wine Anmitsu

780yen

Wine Anmitsu

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Mitsumame / みつ豆

Mamekan

730yen

Mamekan

Mitsumame

680yen

Mitsumame

Cream Mitsumame

780yen

Cream Mitsumame

Shiratama Mitsumame

780yen

Shiratama Mitsumame

Apricot Mitsumame

780yen

Apricot Mitsumame

Ume Mitsumame

780yen

Ume Mitsumame

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Season Menu / 季節のおしな

Shiruko or Oshiruko with honorific prefix “O” is a traditional Japanese dessert. It is a bowl of boiled red beans Azuki flavored sweetly, served with rice cakes Mochi. Shiruko has two types based on cooking ways of Azuki. Gozen-Shiruko is with Azuki paste, which is completely mashed and beans do not have their original shape (Koshi-An). Inaka-Shiruko is with “Azuki, which is the mix of paste and roughly crushed ones (Tsubu-An). Zenzai is a similar to Inaka-Shiruko made from condensed paste with heat, like making jam or marmalade, and is less watery than Shiruko. Shiruko is loved by many Japanese, especially during the winter. The combination of half-melted sticky Mochi and the sweet, warm Azuki is regarded as an absolute delight. Shiruko is often served with a salty side dish, such as Shiokombu. This is because Shiruko is so sweet that the taste gets tiring after a while. With something salty, you can refresh your palate and sweet taste can be sharpened.

Gozen Shiruko

780yen

Gozen Shiruko

Inaka Shiruko

780yen

Inaka Shiruko

Zenzai

880yen

Zenzai

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Other / その他

Shiratama Adzuki

580yen

Shiratama Adzuki

Ice Shiratama Shiruko

580yen

Ice Shiratama Shiruko

Vanilla ice cream

480yen

  • Vanilla ice cream,
  • Pineapple,
  • Mandarin orange,
  • Cherry

Vanilla ice cream

Matcha ice cream

480yen

Matcha ice cream

Tokoroten

530yen

  • Tokoroten,
  • Vinegar-flavored soy-source,
  • Laver,
  • Mustard

Tokoroten

Matcha (Hot)

530yen

Matcha

Matcha (Ice)

530yen

Matcha (Ice)

甘味処・浅草いづ美のインフォメーション

  • Asakusa Izumi
  • Asakusa 1-8-6 Taito-ku Tokyo Japan
  • Tel 03-5806-1620
  • Fax 03-5806-1621
  • Mail info@asakusa-izumi.co.jp
  • Open 11:30
  • Close 18:00
  • Last Order 17:30
  • Open every day of the year.
  • We would like to ask every customer to make more than one order. Thank you.

甘味処・浅草いづ美

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甘味処 浅草いづ美
〒111-0032 東京都台東区浅草1-8-6
TEL 03-5806-1620 Mail info@asakusa-izumi.co.jp

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