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Izumo-ya is a traditional sweets cafe famous for Izumo Zenzai(sweet azuki bean soup) and Monzen Dango(rice dumplings). All of the ingredints are carefully selected by the manager, and our rice dumplings are 100 % made with Nita rice. Monzen Dango has 6 flavors and they are also popular among guests.

Genre Cafe
Area Izumo City-Shimane
station 5 minute walk from Izumo Taisha-Mae station
Lunch budget 500yen-1,000yen
Dinner budget
Lunch time 11:00-17:00
Dinner time
Holiday Tuesday
Address 775-5 Kizuki-Minami, Taishacho, Izumo, Shimane
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Sweets for a soul and a body

Lined with traditional sweets menu, the interior has a bit of a retro vibe with a soothing effect. Sits by the busy area of Torii of Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine, our cafe opened 10 years ago. Monzen-dori street was never as busy as it is now when we opened, but our owner started a project called “A group for Izumo-dori revival” and it flourished. Our owner welcomes guests wholeheartedly and strive to satisfy guests from overseas, with an English menu with pictures ready. Please come over for a little break from your busy schedule to have a relaxing moment with our delicious treats

Izumo specials

For our dango, we use carefully selected, locally sourced ingredients such as glutinous rice from Nita, soy sauce made with spring water from Hamayama, Miso from Sadamacho, ground bean powder from Tonbara. We also find the best ingredients from all over Japan, like azuki beans from Hokkaido, which goes perfectly with our Nita rice cake. We strive to serve only the very best to our customers.

Izumo Zenzai(sweet azuki bean soup with rice cakes)

With 2 rice cakes made from Nita rice

Izumo Zoni (hearty soup with rice cakes)

Local special soup with grilled mochi(rice cake), Araiso seaweed, bonito, and green onions.

Monzen Dango with Mitarashi (sweet soy glaze)

Izumo's specialty

Izumo Udon (flour noodles)

Izumo's traditional udon dish