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  • LECHE baked confectionery shop
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    Yoshinaga prefecture Hokuto city Obuchi Sawamachi Kasasao 3337-3
    This shop in the Kobuchisawa Town of Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture serves up baked sweets, and is a small place standing quietly at the end of a small street. The fruit which is used in their cakes and tarts is hand-picked from the shop’s garden by the owner. They also use carefully selected other ingredients and vegetables, and turn them into sweets with a simple yet deep taste. There are many limited seasonal products and they carry various western sweets including cookies and puddings. The shop has terrace seating and it is also possible to eat inside.
  • EL-bethel Bread & Cake Hut
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    Yamanashi Pref. Hokutoshi Oizumichounishide 8240-7818
    This bakery is located a 13-minute walk from Kai-Oizumi Station. They offer bread and cakes made with domestic wheat and homemade yeast, which you can enjoy at counter seating inside or on the terrace (dogs allowed) along with a nice drink. The log house overlooking Mt. Yatsugatake was built by the owner himself.
  • Daigahara Kinseiken
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    4.0
    69 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Pref. Hokutoshi Hakushuchoudaigahara 2211
    This is a well-established Japanese sweets shop boasting over 100 years of history, located in a corner of Daigaharajuku on the Koshu-kaido Road. The Japanese sweets use homemade slowly cooked bean paste. The beans, which are cultivated with limited pesticide from restricted farmers, are produced in Tokachi, Hokkaido and are cooked slowly with the water of Hakushu, selected as one of the 100 best waters. The aroma and moderate sweetness is exquisite with a refreshing after taste. Every summer (from the beginning of June until the end of September), on Saturdays and Sundays, excluding holidays, they offer a limited number of simple sweets “mizushingen mochi” using famous Hakushu water which is also used in the red bean paste, set with agar.

    水信玄餅を食べに伺いました。 2018年度の販売は6月2日から9月30日までの土日限定販売。 6時過ぎに整理券ゲット。 9時開店時間にいただいた整理券順にお店の中庭に入り、 代金を払ってオープンテラス茶席にて 「水信玄餅」をいただきます。 テイクアウトはできません。 昨年まで300円。今年から500円。 一人一個までの注文で、1日700個限定販売だそうです。 お味は、、、 「水」です。 お水を飲...

  • Kikyoya Tojiro Ichinomiya Store
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    3.5
    104 Reviews
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    Yamanashi Pref. Fuefukishi Ichinomiyachoutsuboi 1928
    This Japanese sweets shop in Fuefuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture was founded in 1889. It offers Kikyo Shingen mochi rice cakes, a local Yamanashi delight. Many people visit the shop to buy souvenirs and gifts. Its selection includes a number of Kikyo Shingen products, including Kikyo Shingen puddings, as well as Shingen peaches, which are made to resemble boxed peaches.

    妻のリクエストで行ってきました。お目当ては信玄餅の詰め放題ですが、人数制限があるということで、朝7時半前から並んで38-の札をゲット。無理していっぱい詰めなくても十分安いですが、妻は燃えていました!(ビニールは何度破れても交換してくれます。)詰め放題の後はアウトレットもあって、そこで色々お買い物、満喫しました。

  • PAPER MOON
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    4.0
    68 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunyamanakakomura Hirano 481-1
    This quiet and relaxed cafe and sundries shop just for adults on the shore of Lake Yamanaka lies off the beaten path. It offers items such as dried flowers and antique goods, as well as a selection of cakes which are also available as takeout. Children under the age of 10 years old are not welcome here.

    Great cake, great coffee, great staff. Dropped in to dodge the rain while riding around the lake. Highly recommended.

  • Tenka Chaya
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    4.5
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunfujikawaguchikomachi Kawaguchi 2739
    Located in one of the Fujimi Sankei (three best viewpoints of Mt. Fuji), this teahouse established in 1934 has long been popular as a spot to enjoy a landscape of Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi. Due to the teahouse's association with Dazai Osamu, its second floor serves as the Dazai Osamu Literary Memorial Room. Their hoto noodle hotpot featuring copious amounts of stewed vegetables and homemade noodles finished with locally-made miso paste was beloved by both Dazai Osamu and Ibuse Masuji.

    Tenkachaya means the tea shop under heaven and it is certainly high up over looking Lake Kawaguchi with clear views of Mt. Fuji. Good Points 1. Authentic old building - the famous Japanese...

  • Kawaguchiko Cheese Cake Garden
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    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunfujikawaguchikomachi Asagawa 1173-1
    Praised for its delicious cheesecake, Kawaguchiko Cheesecake Garden keep an array of sweets made with fresh milk from healthy milk cows farmed in Asagiri Park. There are many excellent products, from the rich and decadent Asagiri Highland cheesecake to the fluffy Kawaguchiko garden roll wrapping lots of cream, and the sour fromage with a clean sweetness.
  • Lake Bake
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    4.5
    48 Reviews
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    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunfujikawaguchikomachi Oishi 2585-85
    Opened in 2009, Lake Bake is a bread shop that uses homemade natural yeast and is located next to Kawaguchiko Nature Living Center in Oishi Park. It also features a cafe where you can enjoy bread and a drink while gazing at Lake Kawaguchi. The Lake Bake jukusei, which takes days to create, is sliced thin and topped with butter and jam-a delectable choice.

    We went there for breakfast and we were well welcomed inside ! Took cappuccino and differents things to eat SOOOO GOOD ! They even gave us a cake to try, it was really nice and delicious with...

  • Gateway Fujiyama Mt. Fuji Station Shop
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Pref. Fujiyoshidashi Kamiyoshida 2-5-1Q-STA1F
    Located in Kawaguchiko Station, the starting point for Mr. Fuji sightseeing, Gateway Fujiyama Mt. Fuji Station Shop lets you enjoy Yoshida udon and other local cuisine made with local ingredients, all while gazing at Mt. Fuji. Also, there are unique Mt. Fuji goods that you can't find anywhere else.

    The Gateway Fujiyama is a shopping area in the Fujisan station building and has a wide range of local souvenir items, food items and gift items. There are many items which are Fuji themed. The...

  • Kindaruma Main Shop
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    4.5
    4 Reviews
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    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunfujikawaguchikomachi Funatsu 7407
    This confectionary is in Fujikawaguchiko Town, Minamitsuru County, Yamanashi Prefecture. This venerable shop was founded in 1911, they make and sell a wide variety of Japanese sweets including their flagship product Fujisan Yokan bean jelly, hamanashi jellied sweets served to the emperor, and kanetamaru mochi sweets. They also have seasonal goods, and a great many souvenirs and gifts.

    四季折々の富士山を表した羊羹がショーケースにありました。冬は雪が降っていたり、秋はお月様と富士山など、とてもきれいです。 1本が4つのブロックになっていて切っていくといろいろな富士山の羊羹が出てきます。 かねたまる餅もおいしかったです。 お茶とおしぼりとお菓子を出していただきました。

  • Pan Table
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    Yamanashi Koshu-shi Katsunumacho Kyusoku 1360
    This bakery is located along the Daibosatsu Line in the Kyusoku area of Katsunuma-cho, Koshu City. It produces and sells homemade natural yeast made with raisins, Shirakami Kodama yeast collected from the Shirakami Mountain Range, domestically produced wheat flour, and beetroot sugar.
  • Iwama Bakery
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    Yamanashi Koshu-shi Katsunumacho Katsunuma 3025
    A bread bakery situated on Prefectural Route 34 in Katsunuma Katsunuma-cho, Koshu City. The shop is famous for its Tsuki no Shizuku, a renowned local Koshu confection whose history dates back over 200 years to the Edo period. Consisting of Koshu grapes grown in Katsunuma coated in a layer of sugar one grape at a time, the shop sells them only for a limited time from September through February the following year.
  • Takeya Asakawa
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    Yamanashi Kofu Saiwaicho 9-25
    "This Japanese confectionery store is located along Ise-dori Street in Saiwai-cho, Kofu City. They sell many confections, such as mame daifuku using freshly made mochi, ""okagesama dorayaki,"" which uses carefully-selected ingredients, and Takedayaki, which contains the emblem of the Takeda house. ""Budo Monaka,"" which is a paste that contains raisins, took home the President's special award at the National Confectionery Expo."
  • Matsuyakashi-ten
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    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Minobucho Minobu 3667
    35 minutes from the Masuho Interchange on the Chubu-Odan Expressway via National Route 52. Situated in the Minobusan Kuonji Temple neighborhood, this Japanese confectionary sells signature Minobu manju buns. A type of miso manju consisting of koshian sweet strained bean paste wrapped in a flour dough mixed with miso, the Minobu manju is known as one of Minobu Town's specialty products. Using only domestic azuki beans closely scrutinized by skilled artisans, when the shop cooks these beans, their delicate fragrance fills the road leading up to the temple.
  • Kanyotei
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
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    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Minobucho Minobu 3678
    "This long-standing Japanese confectionary shop, located in the Minobusan Kuonji Temple neighborhood not far from the Shimobeonsen-Hayakawa Interchange on the Chubu-Odan Expressway, has been in business since the Edo period. The inventor of Minobu manju buns, a local Minobu specialty product, since it was established in 1626, the shop has continued to make Japanese confections as the official purveyor for the Minobusan Kuonji Temple using techniques passed from parent to child. In March 2018, the shop renewed the shape and flavor of its signature Minobu manju while still retaining the same great molasses taste based on the concept of a ""confection which enhances celebrations;"" the shop also changed the way the name of the confection was written, from the hiragana syllabary to kanji characters."

    身延町にある甘養亭製菓店では、饅頭を購入しました。ちょっと昔ながらの店で、饅頭も昔ながらの饅頭で、素朴です。お参りのときに立ち寄りました。最近はこのような店がないのでちょっとノスタルジックな気分になりました。

  • Chikurindo Main Shop
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    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Fujikawacho Kajikazawa 1536
    This venerable Japanese confection shop established in 1903 has continued for four generations since the founder first created Kaidama, a famous candy of Koshu. Their Fujikawa Castelas, a perennial bestseller, are sweet and moist madeleines with a gentle buttery flavor. Their shiomanju buns feature a special shioan (salted sweet red bean paste) filling made with Tokachi azuki beans and Kajikazawa salt wrapped in a covering made from specially-ordered kyo-joyoko fine rice flour and Japanese yam. The buns are made without any preservatives or leavening agents. The shop also sells limited edition seasonal Japanese sweets.
  • Iroiro-ryori Kotobuki
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Minamitsuru-gun Fujikawaguchikomachi Shoji 1049
    A restaurant located a 30-minute drive from the Kofu-minami Interchange on the Chuo Expressway. Located next to Lake Shoji, one of the restaurant's merits is that you can enjoy a view of the lake along with your meal here. Dogs are allowed in the terrace seating area. The establishment serves a practically countless variety of dishes, including staple katsudon pork cutlet rice bowls; breaded and deep-fried Japanese pond smelt, a Lake Shoji specialty; Naples-style pizzas, loco moco, and more. Many of the restaurant's dishes are distinct and unique, such as a medicinal hoto noodle soup made with seven Chinese medicinal herbs, and a low calorie deer meat keema curry.

    Nice restaurant with a beautiful view of thé lake. The welcoming was nice and the food really good (both plates that we had). You should have a stop here !

  • HANA
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    4.0
    68 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Minamitsuru-gun Fujikawaguchikomachi Azagawa 205-1
    A 15-minute drive from the Kawaguchiko Interchange. This yakiniku Japanese-style grill-it-yourself barbecue restaurant is located a short distance southeast of Misaka-michi from Ubuyagasaki. Inside the Hawaiian-themed establishment, customers can take in a view of Lake Kawaguchi and Mt. Fuji. The restaurant serves A5 rank Koshu beef and malt-fed malt beef. Particularly popular is the bibimbap lunch, as well as the carbonara-style bibimbap and loco moco bibimbap. The yakiniku lunch is also recommended. In addition, the restaurant offers cakes and other specially made desserts.

    This restaurant had people queue so it looked popular and food fresh. They have mainly barbecue but some soup of the day and cake as well. Prices are moderate for Japan, at some dishes 850yen and...

  • Roadside Station Narusawa Cafeteria
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Minamitsuru-gun Narusawamura 8532-63
    This cafeteria is located inside of Roadside Station Narusawa about a 20-minute drive from Kawaguchiko Interchange or a 30-minute bus ride from Kawaguchiko Station. The most popular item is zendosoba, a regional dish featuring soba noodles served under a pile of finally cut locally-grown daikon radish. It also offers a number of dishes distinctive to Narusawa Village. These include Fujizakura soft-serve ice cream flavored with Fuji cherry syrup and narusawana mazegohan, a mixed rice dish featuring a local traditional green vegetable. Their Fujisan pancake sets, an item unique to the cafeteria, include a pair of pancakes depicting Mt. Fuji as well as jam and soft-serve ice cream.
  • Fuji-Q Highland Food Stadium
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    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Fujiyoshida-shi Shinnishihara 5-6-1
    A restaurant located inside Fuji-Q Highland Park right next to the Kawaguchiko Interchange on the Chuo Expressway. From western food to Chinese food, udon noodles to hamburgers, their menu includes foods related to the famous attractions in Fuji-Q Highland Park. Recommended are the colorful Cheese Loaded Highlander Pizza or the mince-cutlet Super Scary Labyrinth Burger with its black buns. You can also enjoy local Fujiyoshida specialties including Yoshida Udon and Fujinomiya Yakisoba with thick springy noodles and loaded with cabbage.

    とても広い店内ですが、お昼時には大変混雑します。ハンバーガー、うどん、デザート等々と幅広いメニューがあります。

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Yamanashi prefecture is the proud home of one of Japan’s most celebrated icons: Mount Fuji. Although the mountain straddles both Yamanashi and Shizuoka, the most breathtaking views of Fuji-san can be seen from the Fuji Five Lakes north of the mountain in Yamanashi prefecture. The plethora of outdoor activities in and around the lakes all have the benefit of the country’s highest mountain as their backdrop, and we can assure you that it is an unforgettable sight.

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