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Saneido (三英堂)

3.5

Japanese Confectionery

Located in Teramachi, Matsue City, Shimane Prefecture, this Japanese confectionery store makes and sells a wide range of Japanese sweets including the three famous sweets of Matsue, natanenosato, yamakawa, and wakakusa, which were originally named by the seventh lord of the Matsue Domain, Matsudaira Fumai. Of these sweets, the natanenosato, decorated with white roasted rice on the hard candy colored by the yellow of cape jasmine flowers, is famous. Saneido’s delicately crafted sweets, made using traditional skills since the days of the feudal government, enjoy a fine reputation. The store sells its original hinodemae sweet made with layers of peeled bean jam and other seasonal Japanese confections.

place

Shimane Pref. Matsueshi Teramachi 47 (MatsueArea)

phone 0852310122
place

9:00-18:00

Review of Saneido

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/02/04 菜種の里
松平不昧公の命名したお菓子をつくる老舗のお店で、菜種の里という押し菓子はここのみ。近くの彩雲堂、風流堂の本店と比べるとかなりこじんまりし、和室やお庭などもありませんでした。
Reviewed:2017/07/21 三英堂
有名な老舗の和菓子屋さんです。松江には美味しい和菓子屋さんがありますが、ここもその一つです。私は朝汐が好きです。
Reviewed:2016/11/02 不昧公三大銘菓の「菜種の里」が手に入るのはここだけだそうです。
不昧公三大銘菓のうち、「若草」、「山川」は、それぞれの和菓子店が、それぞれの味で謹製しているそうですが、残りの「菜種の里」だけは、このお店でしか謹製出来ないそうです。(すなわち、三大銘菓を詰め合わせ出来るのは、このお店だけということになります)

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Details

Address
Shimane Pref. Matsueshi Teramachi 47 [map]
Area
MatsueArea
Phone
0852310122
Hours
9:00-18:00
Closed
Irregular holidays
Parking Lot
Available(4spaces)
Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB)
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

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