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Hats off to the commitment and ideas for creative Japanese sweets

Approximately 50 years since its founding, the second-generation owner strives to create new Japanese sweets every day while preserving the traditional Japanese sweets of his predecessor. Speaking of Japanese sweets, it is Anko or sweetened bean paste. Especially, the flavor and sweetness of red bean paste, which is made over a day and a half, is irresistible. You cannot miss the creative Japanese sweets too. For example, Toufu Bijin. At first glance, it looks like a cake, but the moist and fine dough is still Japanese sweets. It goes perfectly with the bean paste sandwiched inside. Be careful not to overeat as it melts in your mouth.

Address24-9 Senju-Asahicho, Adachi-kuGoogle map
Business hours10:00~19:30
Regular holidayTuesdays
Access8-min. walk from JR Joban Line and others Kita-Senju Station East Exit

* The content of this page is based on the article "A long-established shop in Adachi is here!".
* This information is as of December 9, 2020.

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