If you want to take a break while climbing Mitake-san Mountain, you can stop by Café “Sanraku-chaya Korisan” on the approach to Musashi Mitake Shrine. The building of this café has retained the atmosphere of the Taisho era and is especially calm. Here you can enjoy your break time while having sweets such as “Anmitsu (a classic Japanese dessert made from agar jelly, boiled peas, fruit and red beans paste)” and “Warabi-mochi (traditional Japanese dessert made from bracken starch, soybean flour, and topped off with syrup)”. The specialty is “Mizu-ame/Tama-kon”, which is a combination of starch syrup and konjac (jelly-like food made from the starch of the taro potato). The sweetness of starch syrup and the saltiness of the jade konjac are combined in your mouth to create an addictive taste. In addition, light meals such as “Tororo Soba (grated yam paste on Japanese noodles)” are also available to order. It is possible to spend time with pets on the outdoor terrace seats. You can relax and forget the time while looking at the nature of Mitake-san Mountain.
「Café Sanraku-chaya Korisan」
☆Address:119 Mitakesan, Ome-City, Tokyo 198-0175