Most shops quit serving kakigori the end of September. Matsuzaki Senbei, too (Ginza)

I thought I won’t be able to eat kakigori any more this year.


I found the shop on my way to Mitsukoshi. It’s in front of Ginza subway station !

Appearance, Matsuzaki Senbei (Ginza)


Matsuzaki Senbei

It was 29 September.
Kakigori was served at this shop until the end of September.

I thought it was a fate.

I intended to eat ice cream at another shop, but I went toward the shop’s 2nd floor.
There was not much guests as usual. Because almost all foods are about 1000 yen. It is a little expensive for rest.

Interior, Matsuzaki Senbei (Ginza)


I was waiting over  a cup of hojicha 🙂
I could hear the sound of ice shaved.

Hojicha, Matsuzaki Senbei (Ginza)


A few minutes later, my kakigori came.
It had a strange shape as usual. With condense milk (+105 yen).

Uji-Kintoki, Matsuzaki Senbei (Ginza)


At first, I ate the kakigori without condense milk. This kakigori melted in my mouth soon.

With spoon, Matsuzaki Senbei (Ginza)


Then I put condense milk over the kakigori, and I ate. I don’t need condense milk to eat this kakigori.Sweetness of the condense milk deprived the kakigori of maccha flavor, I think.

I like this kakigori so much. I want to eat it next summer, too 🙂
Of course I’ll order it with shiratama. 😛

Matsuzaki Senbei Tearoom (松崎煎餅 お茶席)
Address / Matsuzaki Bldg. 2F, 4-3-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukiji station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:00 – 19:00
Fridays and Saturdays / 11:00 – 20:00
Closed / No scheduled
Website / Japanese only)
Sponsord link


  1. Mitzie Mee says:

    I’ve never had kakigori, but it looks really tasty. I hope I get a chance to try it next time I’m in Japan.

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