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Japanese Confectionery

This long-established Japanese-style confectionary store, located in Sakai, was founded in 1329, in the late Kamakura period. Their specialty walnut mochi's name is derived from green soybean paste wrapped in mochi. The exquisite balance of the product's softness and the bean paste's smoothness is something people never tire of, according to its reputation. Their take-out menu is so popular that there is always a line extending out of the store. Additionally, seated within the eat-in space inside the store, customers can also enjoy shaved-ice walnut mochi, as well as the store's regular walnut mochi.


Osaka Sakaishi Sakai-ku Shinzaikechouhigashi 1-2-1 (Sakai / KishiwadaArea)

phone 0722331218


Review of Kanbukuro

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/08/05 Ok
The dessert here are ok... not as refined as in Kyoto.

Service is lacking.

Can skip if you have no time to wait in the queue.
Reviewed:2017/01/17 Best Japanese Sweet
On summer weekends the place is too crowded how famous it is, but its worth each minute of wait!
If you are not familiar with the japanese traditional green bean paste, the first look is disgusting...
Reviewed:2015/01/07 Great Food, Horrible Customer Service
They have one dish, a dessert that is eaten plain (in the winter) or with shaved ice (in the summer). The recipie is a family secret, and has been that way for hundreds of years. They are basically...

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Osaka Sakaishi Sakai-ku Shinzaikechouhigashi 1-2-1 [ map ]
Sakai / KishiwadaArea
Tuesday, Wednesday
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Vegetarian Menu
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English Menu

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