4 based on 35 reviews
This is a two story wooden building composed of the Japanese style ground floor from the early Meiji era (1872) and the Western style second floor built about thirty years later. I remembered it being used in some scenes in a TV thriller series almost twenty years ago and had included it in my visit list. The place was really difficult to find. We finally found the entrance from the shopping arcade. It is now a cafÃ© specializing in kanzarashi, a local dessert, which is rice balls boiled and then cooled served with syrup. There are many springs in Shimabara, such as the one in Mizu-yashikiâs garden, the cold water from which is used for the cooling process. We ordered kanzarashi and coffee and enjoyed it from a tatami seat overlooking the pretty garden.
4 based on 16 reviews
Renovated to a cafe. In the cafe, you are still able to see the antique goods and it reminds us that this used to be a barbershop.You can have Shimabara's local sweet, Kanzarashi and Nagasaki's local sweets, Milkshake ice cream. The atmosphere is very nice and relaxing.
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