Enjoy Delicious Italian Gelato on the warm riverside

Gelato with a special recipe that can only be found in Japan- enjoy Babi’s freshly made authentic gelato in the perfect location in Kyoto.  Prepared daily from scratch from carefully selected ingredients, including fresh milk as well as other special ingredients shipped from Italy. There are 18 kinds of seasonal gelato available, including traditional Italian flavors, and original Japanese flavors. We welcome you to enjoy it with a cone, BABBI has also made the cones since the day of its founding. 

Business hours 11:00 to 22:00
Closed None(However there are temporary closures)
※Lunch terrace riverside seating only available in May to September only.
Price Gelato (2 types) ¥600
Coffee, and drinks from ¥450円
Wafers (for takeout) from ¥300円
Smoking Prohibited
Address 134 Kiyamachi-dori, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto, 600-8012
Telephone 075-585-5200
Directions 3-minute walk from Kawaramachi Station or Gion Shijo Station in Kyoto

134 Kiyamachi-dori, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto, 600-8012


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