Kameya is a homemade Japanese sweets shop selling warabi-mochi, oshiruko and more, located past the ancient keyaki tree along the path to Musashi Mitake-jinja Shrine.
Kameya is located past the ancient keyaki tree on the right of the path to the shrine. The old-fashioned, quiet shop is a fine place to stop and take a rest. Kameya has sold food, beverages and handicrafts for 90 years, and makes Japanese sweets warabi-mochi and oshiruko from scratch every day.
|Address||148 Mitakesan, Ome-shi, Tokyo, 198-0175, Japan Map|
|Contact||Tel: +81 428 78 8570|
|Business Hours||9:00 to 17:00|
|Seating Capacity||Japanese-style seating: 5/ table seating: 18|
Warabi-mochi 530 yen
Handmade with pure warabi bracken starch.
Sansai Soba 750 yen
Soba with warabi bracken, mushrooms and lily flowers.
Tororo-meshi 950 yen
A grated yam dish that comes with miso soup, pickled vegetables and a small side dish.