Himeji FoodsAmaneya Hon-ten
Amaneya Hon-ten is marked by a white brick with the Japanese character for "sound" on it.
In addition to "Otsukai-sweets" that can be used as small gifts, fresh confections such as "Seseragi" (a classic chilled mitarashi mochi sweet that has been featured in the media), and "Ajikan," an orange daifuku (a sweet made with mochi) are popular.
We also offer a variety of popular souvenirs such as "Yaki-oto" dorayaki (sweet red bean paste sandwiched between pancakes), unique in their simplicity, and "Emidama" monaka (a kind of wafer filled with sweet red beans), which come in six different flavors including raspberry, lemon, and ramune soda.
"WA YOU," a Japanese sweet available only on Saturdays and Sundays, is also a popular product.
Since quantities are limited, the sweets are often sold out in the morning, so we recommend that you check before coming.
Coin locker available
Accepts credit cards
- Train: 8 minutes by cab from Harimatakaoka Station on the JR Kishin Line
Bus: 4 minutes walk from "Takahata" bus stop on Shinki Bus
- Available for 4 cars
- Business Hours
- 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Average 1,500 yen
- 5-200 Hirohataku Kamada, Himeji, Hyogo 671-1102
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