You could have fresh Kibidango (sweet dumpling) which a person in charge sprinkled them with soybean flour in front of you.
I ordered 5 Kibidangos (￥330) and a cold Macha(￥110) and went to an eat-in space(at the backside of the shop) with them.
Kibidangos were a little bit warm and soybean flour sprinkled around them was not too much sweet and had plain taste. A cold macha was a little bit sweet and was supposed to be enjoyed also by children..
Why don’t you drop in if you would like to take a rest there at Nakamise street.
Shop’s name: Asakusa Kibidango Azuma
Address: 1-18-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Operating hours: 9:00~19:00
Holiday: Open throughout a year
Payment method: Pay later