Located in Fukuchiyama City, Un.donpuri is a café known for its for puddings that look amazingly like Japanese cuisine. It has puddings in the form of 11 kinds of dishes: katsudon (fried pork cutlet on rice), ramen, seafood bowls, tororodon (grated yam rice bowl), mapo tofu (Sichuan-style bean curd with ground pork spicy taste), Japanese hot pot, beef bowl, loco moco, cold sweet red bean soup, wonton noodles, and Chinese style cold noodles (summer only), each sold for 600 yen including tax. They are not only delicious to taste, but also enjoyable to look at. The idea began when the pastry chef created a pudding that looked like katsudon as a gift for a friend, which later went viral on social media. In addition to the puddings, cakes and baked sweets like cute donuts and cookies for takeout are lined up in the showcase window (there is also an eat-in space within). The pudding containers are made of polypropylene, which is microwavable and can be taken home to use for other purposes. The café is now a famous attraction in Fukuchiyama for sweets-lovers, and while the cafe opens at 11 a.m., the 80 bowls of pudding prepared on weekdays and 120 on weekends are often sold out early.
- 2363-1 Hori, Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture
- Train: 20 minute walk from JR Fukuchiyama Station
Bus: From JR Fukuchiyama Station, take a bus to "Matsunawate" bus stop and walk 5 minutes
Car: From Kyoto Jukan Expressway, get off at the Fukuchiyama Interchange and take National Route 9 toward JR Fukuchiyama Station. Turn right at Nishibori intersection.
- Business Hours
- Take away: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Eat in: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
*Closed the following day when Wednesday is a national holiday
- Space for regular-sized vehicles: 10 (Price: Free)
- Foreign Language Support