Curry recreated from a recipe from the Taisho era may feel like something is missing if you're used to curry made with solid roux, but if you pour the sauce over it, it's magically delicious. Please try this mysterious sensation. It's a slightly spicy curry that takes some effort to make. By the way, at that time, "rice curry" referred to rice with curry on top, and "curry rice" was used to describe dishes where rice and curry were served separately. When solid roux became popular around 1950, it was called "curry rice" in commercials, and "rice curry" gradually became "curry rice".
Hunton rice 1,100yen(tax included)
Homemade tartar sauce with plenty of acidity is excellent. Hanton rice is a Kanazawa specialty local dish made by putting fried omelet rice on top and adding tartar sauce. There are various theories about its origin, but I will omit it because it is too local. The origin of the name is said to be a combination of the Hungarian word Han and the French word ton, which means tuna, but this is also unknown.
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.
Siberia 880yen(tax included)
This is an old-fashioned sweet that appeared in Hayao Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises". It consists of a castella cake sandwiching sweet bean jelly. Kingyoan's Siberia is a moist castella cake filled with strained bean paste and yokan. Note that the portion size is quite large. The origin of Siberia is unclear, but it was sold in many bakeries from the end of the Meiji era to the beginning of the Taisho era. There are various theories about the name's origin, such as "because it looks like the Siberian Railway running through a snowy field" or "it is named after General Nogi's expedition to Siberia".
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. Pudding already existed in the Taisho era, but it seems that it was a little different from the current one, and it seems that there were lemon flavored and caramel-free ones.
Taisho era recipe white pancake
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. Hotcakes first appeared in 1923 at a department store in Tokyo. (Introduced in a magazine in the late Meiji era)
Stained glass cream soda
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.
Kingyoan Blend Coffee 550yen(tax included)
A blend of Tanzania and Ethiopia. It's a refreshing drink with a strong acidity. The cup is Arita ware.
Taisho Coffee 500yen(tax included)
Made with Brazilian Santos that would have been drunk in the Taisho era. Coffee that is easy to drink with little acidity. Served in Taisho era cups.
Taisho Coffee (boiled type) 550yen(tax included)
Coffee brewed in the Taisho era boiling method. It's thick because it's boiled. Uses the same Santos as Taisho Coffee. Served in a very thin goldfish-patterned cup called an egg shell. If you drink it up, it will be at the bottom... Please drink it all up and check it out.
Iced coffee 500yen(tax included)
Cold coffee began to be drunk in Japan during the Meiji era. The oldest record is that the writer Kendo Ishii wrote in his own book, Meiji Monogatari Kigen, that in 1891 (Meiji 24), an ice shop in Kanda Ogawamachi, Tokyo, introduced a menu called 'ice coffee'. It is said that it appeared in coffee shops in the Taisho era and was called cold coffee.
Hot milk 330yen(tax included)
Milk Hall series. Sweet warm milk with sugar. I would love to have a cold day. The cup is Arita ware.
Cocoa 550yen(tax included)
Milk Hall series. Cocoa was developed in England in the mid-1800s. Surprisingly, Chiyocolate to eat in that flow was developed. Cocoa comes first. Japan's first cocoa was Morinaga Milk Cocoa, which was released by Morinaga in 1919 (Taisho 8). Advertisements at the time proclaimed, "A drink in the morning will give you a pleasant workout all day, and a drink in the evening will help you recover from fatigue." In the past, it seems that it was for nourishment and tonic, including Chiyocolate. Served in Taisho era cups.
Roasted green tea latte 500yen(tax included)
Hojicha is roasted, so it has a fragrant aroma and almost no bitterness or astringency. Served in Taisho era cups.
Campbell juice 880yen(tax included)
Juice made from a black grape called Campbell Early, which was grown in the Taisho era. 100% juice made from Campbell Early made by farmers in Kanazawa. It's rich and very delicious.
Kaga-bocha 550yen(tax included)
It is served in a teapot, so you can drink about 2-3 cups. The teacup is Kutani ware from the Taisho period. Kanazawa is said to be the birthplace of roasted stick tea. It is said that around 1902 Shinbei Hayashiya of Kanazawa City developed stick tea, and it spread after that.
Calpis 440yen(tax included)
Thick and delicious. Released on July 7, 1919 (Taisho 8). The slogan "Hatsukoi no Aji" appeared in 1922 (Taisho 11). "Sweet and sour 'Calpis' is 'the taste of first love.'
Apple juice 440yen(tax included)
100% delicious apple juice.
Orange juice 440yen(tax included)
100% delicious orange juice.
Oolong Tea 440yen(tax included)
According to one theory, the name oolong tea comes from the shape and color of the tea produced in Guangdong, China, which is black like a crow and curved like a dragon.