Japanese Confectionery Spots in Aichi Area

  • Fujitaya Main Restaurant
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    4.0
    28 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Chiryushi Yamamachi Kobayashi 24-1
    "A Japanese restaurant standing along the Tokaido Highway in Kobayashi Yama-machi, Chiryu City. The restaurant serves around 100 Japanese, Western, and Chinese dishes, like pork cutlet bento boxes, hitsumabushi broiled eel, and the ""Tokutoku Hanten"" three dish Chinese set meal. The establishment can also accommodate meal parties and other events in its tatami mat dining hall. The restaurant also sells ""Oanmaki"" bean rolls, a Chita specialty, handmade with sweet Hokkaido adzuki beans."

    藤田屋は知立名物の「大あんまき」のお店。 本店は「大あんまき」の直売所とレストランがあります。 レストランは安くて美味しいです。そしてゆっくりできます。 今回は「大あんまき」のクリーム&オレオと栗餡を購入して食べました。

  • Okashino Shiro
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    3.0
    19 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Shinkawa 1-11
    A sweets theme park located in Shinkawa, Inuyama City. Here visitors can learn how to make cookies and senbei rice crackers, enjoy works of art made with sugar, or rent a gorgeous dress from a selection of over different 300 gown styles. In the facility's sweets buffet, you can make your own original parfait, and during lunchtime on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, curry, pasta, and other savory foods are also served. The facility's shop sells Tamago Boro biscuits in an original package as well as other confections and knickknacks.

    中には入ってないです。 食事付きのチケットがおトクかも? システムはHPで確認してね 無料の駐車場もあり便利、てかかなり離れた場所にある! 昔は横にお菓子工場あったそうですが今は工場は営業してないみたい 時代だね チャンスがあればランチか何かで入ってみたい お城はデカくてカッコ良かったです

  • Okagean Aoi Restaurant
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Higashi-ku Aoi 3-12-18
    A Japanese-style sweets cafe located in Aoi, Higashi Ward, Nagoya City. The cafe serves anmitsu sweet beans and fruit in syrup, mitsumame jelly cubes and fruit, sweet dango dumplings, and other Japanese-style confections, as well as beverages such as matcha powdered green tea, hojicha roasted green tea, coffee. Customers who order the cafe's dango or goheimochi broiled rice cake skewers can enjoy their treat while toasting it themselves over a small provided grill. The cafe also offers a breakfast set with your choice of onigiri rice ball or toast, and savory meals such as spaghetti and yaki udon noodles served on a piping hot iron plate.

    地下鉄桜通線の車道駅からすぐです。コメダ珈琲の和風バージョンのおかげ庵は、椅子もオシボリもグリーンで統一されています。いろんな名古屋メシが食べれます。1番特徴的なのは、みたらし団子や、五平餅を、テーブルで自分で焼くメニュー。これは、もう楽しい!としか言いようがない。頼んでいなくても、近くのテーブルで焼いている人の、香ばしい香りがただよってくると、追加注文したくなります。

  • Tsubameya (Dai Nagoya Building Shop)
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    4.0
    30 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 3-28-12 Great Nagoya Building B1F
    "A Japanese confectionary shop located in the Dai Nagoya Building which is renowned for its ""Kogane Warabi,"" warabimochi bracken starch dumplings filled with gooey molasses. Not only locals but people from far and wide come to sample its wares and the shop is so popular, it has to issue numbered tickets to customers."

    岐阜の柳ヶ瀬店限定の方ですが、本わらび餅はとにかく絶品です。きなこを深煎りしていて、香ばしく、わらび餅はプルプルできなこに埋まってます。たまに名古屋でも買える時があるとかないとか…でも、わざわざ岐阜に買いに行っても文句ないと思います。

  • Nayabashi Manju Bansho-an (Banshoji-dori Street, Osu Branch)
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Naka-ku Osu 3-27-24
    This confectionery opened in 1919 in Naka Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture when it split off from the original “Nayabashi Manju” store. Its flagship item is “Nayabashi manju,” sweet buns that make popular Nagoya souvenirs and gifts. It is a type of “sake manju” that has the light scent of sake and an exquisite sweetness with a soft texture. There’s also piping-hot “agemanbo” made by wrapping Nakabayashi manju in donut dough and deep frying it. It’s a popular snack to have on the go. There is tatami seating in the shop, making it a great place for a break when you’re out strolling around.
  • Sohonke Tanakaya
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Handashi Shimizukitamachi 1
    A shop which makes and sells nama senbei, a local Chita specialty product, located in Shimizu Kita-machi, Handa City. Semi-perishable, nama senbei are made by taking cooked rice; kneading it with flavors like honey, brown sugar, caster sugar, and matcha; and forming it into sheets before drying. Nama senbei have a lightly sweet taste and chewy texture.

    半田のソウルフードのようです。 抹茶生せんべいで 1枚90円。あっさりとした甘さで美味しく頂けます。 1枚からでも購入できるようになっているところがありがたいです。

  • Fukuokaya
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    4.5
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Toyotashi Homichou Tsukahara 15
    A long-standing Japanese confectionary shop established in 1902 located in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture. The shop is famous for its strawberry daifuku rice cakes sold from November to May each year. The shop carries a wide selection of other Japanese confections, including daifuku varieties made with seasonal ingredients like mandarin oranges and tomatoes. The popular establishment has also been featured in the media and is visited by customers from far and wide.

    いつも人の出入りがある和菓子屋さんで気になってました。 先日寄せていただきましたが、どれを買ってもハズレなし! 柏餅、麩饅頭、どら焼き全て美味しかったです! 駐車場も何箇所からあり停めやすかったです。 絶対また訪れたいです。

  • Tsutsui Shogetsu
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    4.5
    9 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Higashi-ku Tsutsui 2-2-4
    "A Japanese confectionary shop located in in the Tsutsui-cho Shotengai shopping district in Tsutsui, Higashi Ward, Nagoya City. The shop's most popular product is its ""Ayame Dango"" stamped rice cake dumplings are covered on two sides with hearty portions of koshian sweet bean paste. The shop also sells manju buns, ohagi rice balls covered with bean paste, and other Japanese confections."

    あやめ団子が美味しいと聞いて訪れました。 白・緑がありましたが緑色のが抹茶なのか草なのか食べてもよくわかりません。 口コミを見ても人によって草だとか抹茶だとか緑茶と書いている方もいて分かりませんでした。 お餅はふわふわで美味しいけれど1本¥200ちょっと高いなとビックリでした。 鬼まんじゅうも買ってみたけれど蒸しパンみたいな生地にちょっとガッカリでした。

  • Taishoken
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Toyohashi-shi Shinhonmachi 10-1
    A long-standing Japanese confectionary shop established in 1876 located in Shinhon-machi, Toyohashi City. The shop's Japanese confections include its signature Mitarashi Dango dumplings made according to a traditional method covered with tamari soy sauce-based tare sauce, Tezume Monaka wafer cakes which you stuff yourself with bean jam before eating, and Karinto Manju fried buns made with wasanbon fine-grained Japanese sugar. The shop is adjoined by Shirukoya Tsubaki, a Japanese-style cafe where you can enjoy a variety of desserts

    こちらが 創業:明治9年(1876)で 《みたらし団子 1本 119円税込》の焼き、たれ付け工程を機械でやっていることを知り 興味本位で立ち寄りました。 作業工程を見ると 一般的な《みたらし団子》と比較し たれの色が濃い(添付 写真参照)のです。 現在 新型コロナウイルス対応で 店内で食べることが出来ないので 1本だけを購入し 食べましたが [たまり醤油]を使用し 砂糖は使用していないようなので...

  • Ookuramochi (Tokoname Main Shop)
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    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Koiehonmachi 2-2-1
    This bean jam cake shop is an eight-minute walk from Tokoname Station. Its flagship item is “Okura-mochi,” which is made from rice cakes stuffed with mugwort sprouts and wrapped in Hokkaido-produced red bean paste. In the adjoining café, you can enjoy their famous rice cakes as well as “zenzai” (red bean soup with grilled rice cakes), “anmitsu” (syrup-covered bean jam and fruit), Japanese parfaits, and more. The super-sized shaved ice is their most popular item, and it comes in flavors available year-round such as “Uji milk with red beans” made with green tea from Nishio, and “Yuzu milk” with a citrus scent from Uwajima.
  • Asahiken Motonao
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    3.0
    10 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Okazakishi Kouseidorihigashi 1-2
    "A Japanese confectionary shop located in Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture which is a favorite destination for many people for purchasing Okazaki souvenirs and gifts. Particularly popular choices include the Hatcho miso manju buns made with miso from the Mikawa region, and ""Kaiun Kan'nuki"" handmade pies filled with chopped chestnuts and koshian bean paste."

    店員さんの雰囲気が悪く、購入後も後味が悪かったです。二度と行きません。 購入したお菓子も美味しく感じませんでした。

  • Kashigura Seki
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Taharashi Taharachou Kayamachi 37
    "A Japanese confectionary shop located not far from Mikawa Tahara Station on the Toyohashi Railroad Atsumi Line. The shop is renowned for its ""Asari Senbei,"" a local Tahara Town confection consisting of a senbei rice cracker cooked while pressing a whole Japanese littleneck clam into the batter. The shop also offers many other senbei varieties, such as nori seaweed and umejiso Japanese apricot and perilla. The shop's ""waresen"" selections of broken and irregular senbei are available at discount prices. The shop is a popular destination for locals to purchase items both for home and gift use."

    こちら方面に行くとあちらこちらにあさりせんべいの看板がありますがそのお店です。試食もあ理ます。お値段もお安くてそれでいてパッケージもなかなかいいのでお土産にはいいですよ。

  • Kasho Sawadaya
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Shinshiroshi Ishiro Hoshigoe 32-2
    A confectionary shop located in Shinshiro City, Aichi Prefecture. This long-standing establishment was opened in 1912 and sells Sake Manju buns, a famous Horai sweet; high grade Japanese fresh confections; and other Western and Japanese-style treats. The shop's Long Apple Pies, only sold on Saturdays and Sundays, are quickly growing in popularity as both souvenirs and presents.

    国道151号線の国道沿いに、このお店があります。お店の横に駐車場があります。 普通の和菓子もありますが、西洋風のケーキやパイ類もあります。山奥にあるお店ですが、和洋折衷の見事なスィーツが沢山あります。現代風の甘すぎない、味わいです。 色んな種類があるので、次回は何を買おうか悩んでしまいます。

  • Kiraku Main Shop
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Toyokawa-shi Monzencho 61
    A Japanese confectionary shop whose main location stands in front of the Toyokawa Inari shrine's main gate in Monzen-cho, Toyokawa City. The shop's signature product is its Hoju Manju shrine crest-shaped buns filled with bean paste containing koji made from rice blessed by the Toyokawa Inari. Visitors can catch sight of the buns being made in the shop; the establishment can also provide food for large groups with an advance reservation.
  • Tsutaya Seikaho
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Toyota-shi Yamanote 4-43
    A Japanese confectionery on Prefectural Route 488 in 4 Chome, Yamanote, Toyota City. Their Japanese sweets include the Crown Monaka in the shape of a car from the Toyota Motor Corporation headquartered in Toyota City, as well as the Toyota no Hoshi, a rugby ball-shaped rice flour shortbread cookie made to commemorate the 2019 Rugby World Cup. They welcome orders for anniversary cakes made of Japanese sweets.
  • Ryoguchiya Korekiyo Main Shop
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Naka-ku Marunouchi 3-14-23
    "A Japanese confectionary shop situated on Suginomachi-dori Street in Marunouchi 3 Chome, Naka Ward, Nagoya City. The shop sells Nininshizuka dried candies made with wasanbon fine-grained Japanese sugar from Tokushima Prefecture, Sen'nari pancake sandwiches filled with a sweet paste made from Hokkaido adzuki beans, and other renowned sweets which have been a favorite of locals since before WWII, as well as Ochikochi and other ""saogashi"" bar-shaped seasonal sweets, plus namagashi fresh sweets."
  • Ganso Shachi Monaka Main Shop
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    Aichi Nagoya-shi Naka-ku Matsubara 2-4-8
    A confectionary shop located in Matsubara 2 Chome, Naka Ward, Nagoya City. This shop's signature item is its Ganso Shachi Monaka, bean jam wafer cakes made in the shape of the golden shachihako fish-lion statues seen as a symbol of Nagoya. The shop also sells Kin Shachi Manju castella cakes filled with coarse sweet bean paste, Nagoya Cochin Nameraka Pudding made with Nagoya Cochin chicken eggs, and more.
  • Rakuan Rokiya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Kita-ku Ozone 2-8-24
    A Japanese confectionary shop situated on National Route 19 in Ozone 2 Chome, Kita Ward, Nagoya City. The shop sells Japanese confections made with choice adzuki beans, such as the signature E Anbai Mochi, adzuki bean jam rice cakes covered with black sesame and kinako (roasted soybean flour); and the Manzairaku, hand-filled bean jam wafer cakes. The shop also makes and sells seasonal items.
  • Hana no Chaya - Ryoguchiya Korekiyo -
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 1-1-4 JR Central Towers (Towers Plaza) 13F
    Ryoguchiya Korekiyo is a well-established Japanese confectionary with hand-crafted sweets founded in 1634 and located on the 13th floor of JR Central Towers just off of Nagoya Station. Just like any traditional Japanese confectionary they offer a wide variety of sweets including anmitsu served in a bamboo dish made with fresh fruits, adzuki red-bean paste, and white mochi as well as other sweets such as zenzai (red-bean soup) and matcha (green tea). They especially spend time and effort in making them as an establishment. They also offer light meals such as Nagoya Kishimen (flat noodles). The restaurant interior is an elegant space with bamboo where you can enjoy a high-quality tea-time.
  • Mikawaya Seika
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Toyokawashi Kouchou Ryuka 114-4
    This handmade confectionery is located between Ko Station and Otowa River. Its “Habutae” rice cakes are beloved in Konoichi Market for their ability to ward off evil. The popular “shiawase daifuku,” which combine strawberries, chestnuts, and cheese, have been featured by many media outlets as well. The “Toyokawa so daifuku” is a seasonal item that contains green shiso, a Toyokawa City specialty, and strawberries, and won a contest of most popular local products. This shop is overflowing with original creations and local pride.

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Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.

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