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Keirando (鶏卵堂)

3.5

Japanese Confectionery

A Japanese sweet shop about 12 minutes on foot from Masuda Station. Look for the chicken logo. They manufacture and sell a variety of Japanese confections and special manju buns, including their Keiran manju that's been a well-loved Masuda treat since their founding. In that 50 years, the recipe for Keiran manju hasn't changed. The addictive Masuda specialty has a fluffy sponge cake outside and a slightly sweet white bean jam filling. Everyone from kids to seniors love the bite-sized buns, and the popular product is the go-to Masuda souvenir.

place

Shimane Masuda-shi Akebonohonmachi 9-18 (Masuda / TsuwanoArea)

phone 0856220794
place

9:00-17:30

Review of Keirando

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/11/05 益田ポテト
口コミ情報を見て益田ポテトを購入しました。「ポテト」の味は意外と薄く、白あんの味を強く感じました。原材料名にもトップに白あんと記載されていました。洋酒も入っているので、ポテト感が薄くなっているのかなと思いました。
Reviewed:2018/01/20 手土産を購入
仕事の訪問先に行く前に、手土産をここで買い求めました。ここの有名なお菓子「鶏卵まんじゅう」を以前食べた事があり、そのことが決め手で、ここに決めました。ここのお菓子は、甘さがしつこくなくあっさりとしており、上品に仕上げられているのが特徴だと思っています。店員さんにも親切に対応していただきました。

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Details

Address
Shimane Masuda-shi Akebonohonmachi 9-18 [map]
Area
Masuda / TsuwanoArea
Phone
0856220794
Hours
9:00-17:30
Closed
Tuesday
Parking Lot
Available(4spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Average budget
[Lunch] 1,001-3,000yen
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.
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