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Fujiya (越生こだわりとうふ 藤屋)

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This tofu shop is located in Naruse, Ogose Town, Iruma County. A long-established store that has been making tofu for four generations since the early Showa period, Fujiya produces and directly sells tofu using carefully selected soybeans from all over Japan and bittern produced on Izu Oshima Island. Fujiya also sells desserts such as no-bake cheesecake and pudding made using tofu, and features the Fujiya Tofu Research Institute, where you can find tofu in combinations of different ingredients each month.

place

Saitama Iruma-gun Ogosemachi Naruse 870 (Hidaka / HannoArea)

phone 0492923149
place

10:00-18:00

Review of Fujiya

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/05/03 お豆腐屋さんのレアチーズケーキ
越生こだわりとうふ 「藤屋」、お豆腐屋さんですが、レアチーズケーキがお勧めです。食感が良く、また甘すぎず、価格はやや高めですが、一度食べてみる価値はあると思います。その他お豆腐も多彩にあります。
Reviewed:2019/09/03 お豆腐レアチーズケーキがおすすめ
購入したのはゆし豆腐とごま豆腐。
夕方近く行ったので商品は少なめでした。
別棟があり休憩できます。
こちらでお豆腐レアチーズケーキを頂きました。
ゆっくり座りながら頂く滑らかなお豆腐レアチーズケーキがおいしかったです。

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Details

Address
Saitama Iruma-gun Ogosemachi Naruse 870 [map]
Area
Hidaka / HannoArea
Phone
0492923149
Hours
10:00-18:00
Closed
Tuesday
Parking Lot
Available(15spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Average budget
[Lunch] 1-1,000yen
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Available
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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