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Sanshodo Kashin-an (和菓子処 三松堂 菓心庵)

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Japanese Confectionery

Sanshodo Kashin-an is a traditional Japanese confectionery store located in 1 Chome, Honcho, Tsuwano Town, Kanoashi County. It sells a range of traditional Japanese confectionery products that includes Genji-maki (a famous Tsuwano region confectionery product that features home-made sweet bean paste made using Hokkaido-grown beans, wrapped in a light-brown casing), Koi no Sato (Yokan gelled sweet bean paste with a crisp texture made using a secret recipe), Ogai (green tea flavored baked confectionery), etc.

place

Shimane Pref. Kanoashiguntsuwanochou Ushiroda B -197 (Masuda / TsuwanoArea)

phone 0856723225
place

10:30-17:00

Review of Kashinansanshiyodohommachiten

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/11/14 老舗です
築110年以上の和菓子屋さんです。津和野に溶け込んだ外観も必見です。江戸時代から伝わるという源氏巻きは、国産の原料を使ったもので、ヘルシーなお菓子で、甘さ加減もいいです。
Reviewed:2019/08/08 趣のある建物とかわいい源氏巻
津和野散策をしていて立ち寄りました。この近辺の銘菓、源氏巻を買いたいなぁっと思っていたのですが、どの店も大きな一本売りでこれは持て余しそうだぞ、と思っていたらかわいい源氏巻をここで発見。笑小巻と名付けられた源氏巻は一つ一つにかわいい顔が描かれていてお土産でも喜ばれそうです。ここで、太鼓谷稲成神社で祈願されたという「直会餅」も手に入れる事が出来ました。

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Address
Shimane Pref. Kanoashiguntsuwanochou Ushiroda B -197 [map]
Area
Masuda / TsuwanoArea
Phone
0856723225
Hours
10:30-17:00
Closed
Wednesday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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