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Pastries Spots in Tochigi Area

  • Nasu no Rasukuyasan Rusk the Rusk
    Tochigi Pref. Nasugunnasumachi Takaku Otsu 586-905
    This western confectioner specializes in the perfect blend of water, flour, salt, and heat baked into the finest rusk bread. Their rusk, baked in special made ovens, inspires lots of repeat customers and is a popular souvenir option. Along with samples they also have ice cream for sale out on their wood deck.
  • Le Chevrefeuille
    Tochigi Pref. Nasugunnasumachi Takaku Hei 1579-10
    This pastry shop in Nasu County, Tochigi Prefecture offers cheese cakes, chocolate, donuts, macaroons, and other western sweets. The shop also offers custom photo transferred cakes with edible pigment and number-shaped cakes which are popular for birthdays and other events. The shop is also equipped with a cafe space.
  • Kinugawa Okashi no Shiro
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Karakura 790-2
    This Japanese and western confectionery shop founded in 1968 is located in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture. It offers sweets made in its own factory including their Karinto Manju (deep-fried brown sugar buns), Kinu no Tsuki (a sponge cake filled with strained bean paste and custard cream), and cheesecakes. The shop is also equipped with an eat-in space and is visited by many tourists looking to purchase Tochigi souvenirs.
  • Nikko Otome Cheese
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Shimohatsuishimachi 957-2
    A sweets shop stand along the road extending from Nikko Station to the Shrines and Temple of Nikko World Heritage Site. Offering a variety of select sweets made with cheese produced in Tochigi, some of the shop’s most popular items include the Otome Cheese Komachi, various fillings wrapped in cheese; and the shop’s original cheese cake. The shop also actively participates in various events held throughout Tochigi using its mobile shop truck. During these times Nikko Otome Cheese offers special event-only items like Otome gelato and the winter-only cheese fondue soup.
  • Baumkuchen Studio Hachiya
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Kinugawaonsenohara 1396-10
    A handmade baumkuchen specialty shop located along Kinugawa-Onsen Station’s traffic circle. Focusing on creating safe and healthy treats, the shop makes use of select ingredients such as Nikko eggs and Calpis Butter, known as the “phantom butter” for its rarity. In addition to its signature standard baumkuchen, the shop offers a wide variety of baumkuchen treats, such as the “rock baum,” baked to give it a crisp exterior; and the winter-only chocolate baum. Hachiya also sells a baumkuchen soft serve ice cream with Tochiotome strawberries.
  • Kirara
    Tochigi Pref. Kanumashi Suehirochou 1916
    A small Western confectionery shop located in a back alley surrounded by row tenements near the front gate of the Seirin-ji Temple. The shop specializes in simple, handmade treats crafts one at a time using healthy ingredients and without additives. The shop’s cakes, scones, pound cake, cookies, and numerous other delights are all highly evaluated by customers. Kirara also sells limited time confections and breads made with seasonal ingredients. The shop closes when stock runs out, so be sure to stop by early.
  • Nihonkashi Kumoizu
    Tochigi Pref. Nasugunnasumachi Takaku Otsu 1-3
    A confectionary shop which creates sweets blending Japanese and Western styles with a focus on using local Nasu ingredients. The shop itself is decorated in Japanese style, but its confections significantly incorporate Western influences. The shop’s specialty are its enman, an sweet red bean paste made with fresh Nasu eggs and milk wrapped in a moist dough—two flavors are available, milk and pudding. Some of the shop’s many other delicious treats include fluffy dorayaki bean paste pancake sandwiches made with rice flour; crumbly baked mugi koro balls made with wheat; and monaka sable cookies, also made with rice flour to give them a unique texture.
  • Kaninchen Nasu-baum
    Tochigi Pref. Nasugunnasumachi Yumoto 204-11
    A Baumkuchen specialty shop in Nasu. The shop has a cute trademark rabbit cutting out a slice of Baumkuchen from a tree stump. The cake is made using the finest ingredients such as eggs from Nasu, refined sugar from Tokushima, Calpis fermented butter, flour from Hokkaido, and rice flour from Niigata. They have three main types of cake on the menu including the soft Baumkuchen made with lots of eggs, the white Baumkuchen made with lots of butter, and the choco Baumkuchen made with cocoa. They also have some very tasty Madeleine cakes on sale too.
  • Footbath Cafe “espo”
    18 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Kinugawaonsenohara 1437-1 Hotel Sunshine in Kinugawa
    espo is a cafe with footbath in the Hotel Sunshine Kinugawa located in Kinugawaonsen-ohara, Nikko City. From the terrace guests can enjoy magnificent views of the Kinu Tateiwa-Otsuribashi Suspension Bridge and Kinugawa River, making it a wonderful place to relax with some delicious coffee and sweets.

    ホテルサンシャイン鬼怒川の1階にある足湯カフェです。 週末の昼過ぎに行きましたが、空いてました。 若い女性客が多かったです。 行ったときは空いてたので足湯の席に座れましたが、全ての席に足湯があるわけではないのでご注意を。ただ、足湯が無くても眺めが絶景です。

  • Café Fleur
    15 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Matsubarachou 12-1
    A cafe located along National Route 119 in Matsubara Town, Nikko City. Their special signature cheesecake has been loved by customers for more than 30 years. It’s popular as a set with some tea and coffee. The cafe offers other food including croque-monsieur (baked or fried boiled ham and cheese sandwich), cheese toast, and borscht (a sour soup).

    Nice quiet little place that does a good coffee. It’s about 5 min walk to train station, so if you have time to spare drop in and try it. I’d recommend the normal coffee rather than the American type...

  • Shiobara Hot Spring Fruit and Cafe Roadside Teahouse Fujiya
    Tochigi Pref. Nasushiobarashi Shiobara 689
    This cafe can be found along the Shiobara Valley Line in Shiobara, Nasushiobara City. Menu items include rice ball sets made with local ingredients, local curry dishes, nel drip coffee, and more. You can also enjoy fresh juice made with seasonal fruits, handmade cakes, parfaits, Shiobara Hot Spring’s famous “tote-yaki” sweets, and other products.
  • Patisserie SOIR
    3 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Tochigishi Asahichou 24-9
    Almost hidden within Tochigi City, Tochigi Prefecture—a town known for its warehouses—this patisserie is easily recognized by its white pillars and entrance. Its genuine traditional French sweets are highly regarded, with “macaron” as the most popular. With over 10 flavors, both classic and modern, it makes a great gift too. Other popular Western sweets include Mont Blanc and tarts made with tochiotome strawberries from Taninaka Farm.

    I got there around 2:00 in the afternoon, and some cakes were already sold out. Most of the cakes were around $4, but they were small! You can sit down and have these sweets, but no bathroom was...

  • Cafe & Gelateria Honey B
    2 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Kanumashi Muraimachi 291-5
    A cafe owned and operated by Kuroda Honey Farm since 1920. Inside, the cafe has high ceilings with lots of sunlight flooding in, giving it an open and airy atmosphere. The cafe's pancakes, made with an abundance of select honey, are particularly popular. The secret ingredient in Honey B's pastas, pizzas, and other savory foods is, what else, but honey! Created with fresh local vegetables, as well, the cafe's cuisine is flavorful and healthy.

    ハチミツを使ったパスタやピザ・パンケーキを頂く事ができます。 土日は結構混むので、早めに行くことがおすすめです。 また、いろいろな種類のハチミツも試食でき、購入することもできるので、 一度行ってみるとその良さがわかると思います。 隣の建屋にはジェラートも販売しており、絶品です。

  • Art de Vivre
    Tochigi Pref. Sanoshi Takahagichou 1321-4
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    Tochigi Utsunomiya-shi Miyazonocho 5-4 Tobu Utsunomiya Department Store 1F
  • FLO PRESTIGE Otawara Tobu
    Tochigi Otawara-shi Mihara 1-chome 3537-2 Tobu Otawara 1F
  • FLO PRESTIGE Tochigi Tobu
    Tochigi Tochigi-shi Yorozucho 9-25 Tobu Utsunomiya Department Store Tochigi 1F
  • Dipper Dan AEON MALL Sano New City
    Tochigi Sano-shi Takahagicho 1324-1 AEON MALL Sano New City-shi 2F
  • Shiki Workshop Ohama
    Tochigi Utsunomiya-shi Kamitomatsuricho 548-1
  • Usagiya
    Tochigi Utsunomiya-shi Denmacho 4-5

Tochigi Main Areas


Most visits to Tochigi revolve around Nikko, a small city home to the spectacular, lavishly decorated Toshogu Shrine and Nikko National Park with its mountains, lakes, waterfalls, onsen, and wild monkeys. Neighboring Oku-Nikko is an extension of the fantastic scenery famous for its autumn leaves, while Tochigi’s capital, Utsunomiya, is the only place in the world where you can find oya stone beautifully exhibited in temples and the Oya History Museum.

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