- Edo-style Onkashi tsukasa Nihonbashi Nagato
Edo-style Onkashi tsukasa Nihonbashi Nagato
A Japanese sweets shop founded 300 years ago. The sweets used to be offered to the Tokugawa Family.
Our shop was founded in the Kyoho period (1716-1735) and we have been engaged in confectionery manufacturing as Kashi tsukasa (confectioner) for the Tokugawa Shogunate across numerous generations. Apart from our popular item “kuzumochi,” we prepare a variety of pleasing top-grade jonamagashi (traditional unbaked sweets) that vary by season. Rest assured that all of our sweets are elaborately made by skilled craftsmen with no additives. Please try some of our delicious and safe products.
- 3-1-3, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
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- A one-minute walk from Nihombashi Station Exit B3 on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tozai Line or the Toei Subway Asakusa Line
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- Sundays, holidays, the New Year holidays
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