Ginza : Pancake and kakigori in the tomato box (雪ノ下銀座)

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You don’ forget this building only you see it one time.

A branch of so popular cafe in Osaka has been open in Ginza area.
It is on third floor of such a cute tomatos building 🙂

Appearance, Yuki-no-shita GINZA (Ginza)


We visited there around 2 p.m., there were already some people waiting in front of the cafe. But there were some vacant seats. When we got to there, it was just after some guests out.
So, fortunately, we didn’t have to wait much time.

Entrance, Yuki-no-shita GINZA (Ginza)


The cafe’s name is Yuki no Shita Ginza.
“Yuki-no-shita” means “Under the snow”. Cute name 🙂

I ordered a coffee that beans from Ethiopia (エチオピア産コーヒー, 550 yen) 😀

Ethiopia coffee, Yuki-no-shita GINZA (Ginza)


And my friend ordered this.
Ginger ale made in their kitchen (自家製ジンジャーエール, 500 yen)
Lots of grated ginger under the glass. So cool 😀

Ginger ale, Yuki-no-shita GINZA (Ginza)


Persimmon from Wakayama kakigori(和歌山産柿氷, 800 yen)
This cafe serves kakigori all year around.

persimmon kakigori, Yuki-no-shita GINZA (Ginza)


It had characteristic texture of persimmon. Sticky.
But it was more sorbet than kakigori.
I like fukunaga’s  persimmon kakigori better.

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Anno-Imo sweet potato pancake (安納芋のパンケーキ, 800 yen)

Chesnuts pancake, Yuki-no-shita GINZA (Ginza)


It took much time to cook. Because, as you see, this pancake was soooo thick.
The soft ice cream  melted because of hotness of the pancake.
Everything was good.
But the pancake was so soft and tasty without anything else. I didn’t need sweet potatos paste and soft ice cream on it.
Next time, I want to order plain pancake.

Yuki no Shita GINZA (雪ノ下銀座)

Address / Tomato Bldg 3F, 1-20-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Ginza station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:00 – 21:00
Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays / 10:00 – 19:00
Closed / Mondays (In case of national holiday it is open and the next day is closed)
Website / Japanese only)


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