Sweets Shop Urushi-no Mi


Sweets Shop Urushi-no Mi is one of the best restaurants to travel in Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for reviews, menu, hours, access, map and photos of Sweets Shop Urushi-no Mi posted by Japanese travelers in the know.
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Plates, Trays & Cutleries Are All Lacquer Wares! A Café Produced By A Historical Lacquer Ware Shop

The first floor of the shop is lacquer ware for everyday use, the second is Wajima-nuri (the local lacquer ware), the third is tools for tea ceremony and Kaga-makie (gold and silver lacquer) and the fourth is a café. A glossy lacquer ware and Japanese sweets beautifully arranged on it, is too good to eat. And more, of course, it's delicious.



1-1-60 Hirosaka, kanazawa-shi, ishikawa




11:00-18:30 [Sat・Sun・Holidays]10:00-18:30





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