Minamoto Kitchoan

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Details
509 Madison Ave (btwn E 52nd & E 53rd St)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 489-3747

Foursquare Tips

  • Going to relocate soon to Madison b/w 52nd and 53rd. Closed til July 10th.
  • Ask for the frequent buyer card. For every $5 you spend, you get a stamp. Once you have 20 stamps, you can redeem $5 against your next purchase -- it's like a 5% discount!
  • Japanese dessert shop. Great spot for matcha & peach desserts and gifts.
  • Delicate Japanese sweets, including a unique and delicious single-serving of jelly that turns into sorbet when frozen.
  • The peach beancake is amazing. This is a great place for mini deserts. First of all the display is feast for the eye and the taste remains for a long time which is amazing.
  • mmmm deliciosos dulces japoneses :)
  • Try Tenkataihei!!
  • Amazing Japanese desserts. Always fresh from Japan. They are shipped almost daily from Japan to ensure freshness
  • Amazing desserts. Highly recommend the kasuteira (sponge cakes). The mooncakes are amazing if you're into mooncakes. Expensive but worth it!
  • In the case of Minamoto, the dumpling fillings are sweet with a chewy mochi wrapping. Prices are on the higher end for these Japanese confections, but it's worth it.
  • Love the White Peach & Muscat Sherbet (jellies) but I found out M paid $5!! Not sure that I love it that much.
  • Wow you really feel like you're in Ginza. The sellers were great in explaining the products
  • Super authentic Japanese sweets! The women who work here are so friendly and helpful!
  • I love these cute little Japanese snacks! Cakes, jellies, mochi etc. great for gifts!
  • So happy to have found this place. You can try most items individually for 3-4 dollars first before investing in a larger box. Just like the Japan shops I remember! Makes an amazingly unique gift.
  • Um mais gostoso que o outro
  • The peach jelly is AMAZING!! Perfect for hot summer days when eaten cold!
  • The wagashi here is delectable (a word I think properly suits candy behind glass.)
  • Fancy Japanese dessert place that has been haunting my friend for to buy crazy amount ($100+) of their products... Nom nom
  • cute gift cards