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Okashi-no-kura Sakuraya Saijo-ekimae Store (お菓子の蔵 さくらや 西條駅前本店)

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Founded in 1912, Okashi-no-kura Sakuraya is famous for its “tarumonaka.” Two varieties—white bean paste monaka that contains Saijo sake and lees from daiginjoshu and ginjoshu, and the Hokkaido dainagon red bean paste monaka—are delicious options for children and for people who do not like nihonshu. In addition, a variety of sweets are available—perfect for a souvenir. A three-minute walk from JR Saijo Station.

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Hiroshima Pref. Higashihiroshimashi Saijouhonmachi 11-27 (Kure / Higashi-HiroshimaArea)

phone 0824222513
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8:30-19:30

Review of Sakuraya Saijo Ekimae Main Store

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/09/11 士多啤梨大福
士多啤梨大福有單個裝也有 4 個裝的,買了4 個裝
大福外皮不太厚,口感柔軟不黏口,裡面包著清甜細膩的白豆沙和微酸多汁的士多啤梨,味道很夾
Reviewed:2019/08/12 和菓子のお土産
駅から徒歩2分。かりんとう饅頭、酒饅頭、もなか、どら焼き、抹茶大福、など品揃えは豊富。お土産を買うのに良い。
Reviewed:2018/12/04 お土産に
西条の駅のすぐ前にあり、とても行きやすい和菓子屋さんです。小さくて小分けしやすいお土産から、箱に入った立派なお土産まで揃っていました。

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Address
Hiroshima Pref. Higashihiroshimashi Saijouhonmachi 11-27 [map]
Area
Kure / Higashi-HiroshimaArea
Phone
0824222513
Hours
8:30-19:30
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available

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