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Yuzawaya Saryo湯沢屋茶寮

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Yuzawaya is a long-established shop founded in 1804 that is the originator of Nikko sake-manju sweets, which were even presented to Emperor Taisho, and it opened a Japanese style teahouse area in 2004 to commemorate its 200-year anniversary. In addition to the sake-manju, guests can also try their famous products such as Nikko’s specialty mizuyokan (a soft sweet bean paste) or Nikko yuba soy milk mizuyokan together with matcha or green tea. During the hotter times of the year, the Japanese style kakigori (shaved ice) made with Nikko’s natural ice is popular.

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place Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Shimohatsuishimachi 946
phone 0288540038

Review of Yuzawaya Saryo

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Reviewed:2018/01/03 Best Manju in Japan
I highly recommend this store. Though having lived in Japan for a number of years now, this is hands down the best manju Ive had. The taste is incredible, both when eaten fresh in store or a few...
Reviewed:2014/09/03 Loved by the local people as well
The sake manjyu is the best sweet steamed bum Ive eaten in my life! I hear local people also go there and buy them. Its a very time-honored place with a long and distinguished history. Sake manjyu...
Reviewed:2018/10/15 もちもちの食感が美味しい



Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Shimohatsuishimachi 946 [map]



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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.