"Akamon Terrace Nayuta" is an open terrace set up in the temple grounds where Sanmen Daikokuten, Kannon, and Jizo are located. If you're lucky, a priest in a kasaya may brew coffee.
The store name "Nayuta" is a Buddhist term that means "extremely large number." It seems that it contains a wish to be aware of the many "thanks" and "thanks" around us. In addition, the puns are "nagonde," "relaxing," and "fun," aiming to create a cafe space where visitors can relax.
The menu (example) offered at the cafe is as follows.
Coffee 350 yen Temple rice 700 yen Quiche plate (with coffee or tea) 700 yen Cake set 700 yen Various cakes 450 yen
* All listed prices include tax
In addition, on June 15th, a parent-child limited participation type World Cup watching game (Japan vs. Cote d'Ivoire game) is scheduled.
The store is located at 1-9-2 Nagasaki, Toshima-ku, Tokyo. Business hours are from 10:00 to 19:00. Closed every Tuesday.