[Nishio Yatsuhashi no Sato] From 1 May, shaved ice and other summer specialities will be available on the summer menu.


Nishio Yatsuhashi no Sato will launch a summer sweet menu on 1 May. In addition, a new bilingual menu in English and Chinese will be introduced from Monday 1 April 2024 to make dining even more enjoyable.
Please enjoy a relaxing moment while enjoying a casual meal or a sweet treat overlooking the Yatsuhashi garden in a historic house full of Japanese atmosphere.

Cold soup in Nishio <1 May 2024->.

Special soup stock is chilled and floats on top of the water manju. The cool appearance matches the texture of the water manju.

Three types of shaved ice

Served with Nishio tsubu-an (sweet red bean paste) and shiratama (white rice balls). Serve with condensed milk to your liking.

・Uji Kintoki (homemade green tea honey)
・Strawberry kintoki (with fruit)
・Yuzu kintoki (with fruit)

brown sugar sherbet

Okinawan brown sugar is melted to a moderate sweetness and infused with ginger. Topped with Nishio sweet bean paste, the sorbet has a refreshing aftertaste.

This is a year-round menu item, but we recommend it for the coming season.



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