This Coffee Shop in Japan Serves New and Exciting Dishes for Everyone
Feast on big servings and new dishes!
47-86 Takikawacho, Showa District, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
Open from 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., daily except Mondays
*Prices may have changed due to the tax hike.
Kissa Mountain is a coffee shop in Nagoya City that is well-known both in and out of the prefecture because of its unusual menu. It is not an exaggeration when we say that every local knows the shop. The famous sweet spaghetti series and extra-large size menu have been featured many times in publications. Among fans, eating them is called “mountain climbing” while finishing the whole meal is called “reaching a summit.” In this article, we will take you through the delicious journey to Kissa Mountain!
The sweet spaghetti series’ Sweet Matcha Ogura Spa (¥1,000) is delicious and popular among locals with its unique appearance and beauty.
The son of the second-generation owner of the Kissa Mountain has been in the store since October 2018. He is a registered dietitian and has trained at other restaurants. With his new menu derived from his experiences, the store has been gaining a lot of popularity.
The son of the second-generation store owner.
Sweet Matcha Ogura Spaghetti (¥1,000) is a popular specialty of Kissa Mountain. This dish is a green tea-flavored spaghetti topped with fresh cream, Ogura bean paste, cherry, and sliced yellow peaches. The future third generation has developed a new menu called Ringo Spaghetti (¥1,000). The sweet and sour scent of apples along with the inviting smell of cinnamon makes this dish addictive.
Ringo Spaghetti was developed by the next-in-line store owner.
Another new dish is the Reiwa Spaghetti (¥1,200) which is a combination of Japanese plum and white sauce. New items on the menu are likely to be made because of the next-generation owner’s ability to craft novelty specialties.
Would you try this Maestro (¥750) hotcake burger with their original chili sauce?
Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Tokyo Walker™ (11 October 2019)