Santokudo’s taiwan-style kakigori 2013 (Ginza)

Kakigori season has come.

Eh ? I eat kakigori all year around ?
Yes,, but many people eat kakigori only summer 😛
Most of shops serve kakigori only summer…

I visited Santokudo that serves Chinese-style kakigori this year, too.

7-8-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Of course, also Santokudo serves kakigori only summer. From June to September.

Santokudo sells Chinese tea at 1st floor and serves tea and sweet foods upstairs.

Kakigori, Santokudo


We were three, so we ordered three kakigori and shared them. * I didn’t eat those kakigori by myself 😛

Kiwi marimitsu gori (奇異果茉莉蜜氷) 1000 yen

Kiwi marimitsu Gori, Santokudo


Slices of kiwi was on the kakigori. The syrup was muscovado with jasmine tea.

I like last year’s looking.  The tastes were not change. Good 🙂
But I like golden kiwi more than green kiwi. So, If those were golden kiwi, I tasted more good.

Do-do-pin (豆豆氷) 1000 yen

Do-do-pin, Santokudo

相変わらずマメだらけ!(;・∀・) 冷えなくて良いかも・・・(^^)v

Much species of beans boiled with sugar was on it. About 7 or 8 species ?

Brandnew menu !
Shai pyao (シャイーピャァオ) 1200 yen

Shaithiao, Santokudo


Kiwi, banana and cherry was on it. Something cute 😉
I like it best in all dishes I had at there.

Appearance, Sazaesan-chaya


By the way, just before visiting Santokudo, we were at Soramachi for eating at Sazae-san chaya

1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

We ate up sazae-san family 😛
But those shapes were something strange.


Sazae-san, Sazaesan-chaya

なんかぶさいくなサザエさん・・・Σ(゚д゚lll) 髪型でなんとか「サザエさん」を保ってる・・・(;´Д`)

Ingredients. Apple pie.

Inner, Sazaesan-chaya


It didn’t taste bad.
But the shapes were not good 🙁
She’s not Sazae-san !

The strange Sazae-san was made by the pans.Hmm….

Grill, Sazaesan-chaya


Santokudo (三徳堂)
Address / Kita Bldg. 1-2F, 7-8-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Ginza station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 12:00 – 22:00
Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays / 12:00 – 19:00
Closed / No scheduled
Website / Japanese only)
Sazae-san chaya (サザエさん茶屋)
Address / Tokyo Soramachi 4F, 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Station / Oshiage station (Toei subway, Tokyo metro)
Open / 10:00 – 21:00
Closed / No scheduled
Website / Japanese only)
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