Bursting with completely new Japanese confections, created through passionate research.
Founded during the early Showa period (1926-1989). Working eagerly to create Japanese confections for use as gifts, they succeeded in the creation of the famous "Torayaki." It was created to commemorate the victory of the Tigers, and is characterized by its distinctive patterning. The light flavor and full volume have been very well received.
Please see the URL below for more details of the best souvenirs that Sakai City has to offer.
6-2-17 Eidaicho, Sakai-ku, Sakai shi
Walk for 10 minutes from "Sakaihigashi Station" on the Nankai Koya Line
Weekdays: 10:00 ~ 18:30 Sun: 10:00 ~ 14:00
|Regular holidays etc.||
None, paid parking available
Also retailed at the Sakai City Traditional Crafts Museum, Sakai Plaza of Rikyu and Akiko, Aeon Kitahanada and Coop Onoshiba.
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