Okashigoten Yomitan flagship store御菓子御殿 読谷本店
The Yomitan store is the flagship store of Okashigoten, which makes confectionery using local Okinawan ingredients; the most famous Okashigoten product is their “Original Purple Sweet-Potato Sweets.” Located in Yomitan Village on land that used to be sugar-cane fields, the Yomitan store is easily recognized from the huge flower-covered hat at the entrance. Inside, the store has a wide range of confectionery products created at the company’s own factory, made using typically Okinawan ingredients such as purple sweet-potatoes and brown sugar; these can be purchased in quantities as small as a single sweet. Visitors can also view the production line at the factory next door. There is a restaurant and a café; the Hanagasa Café offers “Purple Sweet-Potato Sweets” fresh from the factory, which are not available anywhere else.
Review of HanagasaTripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Good local food options
Good selection of local drinks
English spoken at a decent level
Very fast service and convenient ordering from...
Okinawa Pref. Nakagamigunyomitanson Uza 657-1 [map]
[Meal Place (Nov.-Mar.)] 11:00-21:00 (during break 16:00-17:00)
[Meal Place Hanagaki (Apr.-Oct.)] 11:00-22:00 (midday break 16:00-17:00)
- open everyday
- Parking Lot
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