A Kanazawa townhouse located near Higashi Chayagai, Kanazawa's former geisha district. The interior of the store is like a time slip to the Taisho era. The menu also includes items that reproduce recipes from the Taisho period and items that are inspired by the Taisho period. Leave the hustle and bustle and enjoy a quiet time travel.
Goldfish, which is also the name of the store. The name comes from the goldfish that appears in Saisei Muro's fantasy novel "Mitsu no Aware". Such goldfish are hidden here and there in the store. If you look around the store...here.
Kingyoan can be used as a photography studio after closing and on regular holidays. Meals can also be provided upon reservation. Would you like to travel back in time to the Taisho era and shoot?
One hour: 3,300 yen (tax included) *Meals are charged separately.
We have prepared a menu full of Taisho romance, such as rice curry and hat cakes that reproduce recipes from the Taisho era, and high-color punches that are inspired by the Taisho era.
Jelly soda with a cute round jelly that looks like a marble. It looks great. By the way, punch is a liquor called punch. Originally it was the name of sake. In 1923, a fruit punch with fruit in the punch was born. It is said that the reason why Punch was changed to Ponchi was because he was conscious of Ponchi-e, which was popular at the time.
Homemade pudding that was finally completed after trial and error. A hard pudding with a strong eggy flavor. It's even more delicious when mixed with bitter caramel.
A hot cake that reproduces a recipe from the Taisho era. Since no sugar is used, it is less likely to be browned and is whitish. Please enjoy it with honey or 2 types of jam. At that time, it was called a hat cake because the hot was dull.
A staple of retro cafes. Colorful cream soda that looks like stained glass in a fishbowl-style glass. There are currently three colors: red, blue and green. Since the glass is large, it is quite voluminous.