Leather ProductsLocal SakeHimeji FoodsHimeji Treasure House
Located in I-no-yashiki, in front of Himeji Castle's Otemon Gate, Himeji Treasure House is a souvenir shop that sells local sweets and sake, among other things!
The store carries traditional handmade wagashi sweets from 10 Himeji stores, including Himeji's famous Banshu karinto (a sugary cookie made from fried dough), seasonal mochi-wrapped daifuku, mitarashi dango (sweet mochi balls), and more. The Harima region is also one of the most famous sake brewing regions in Japan, where Yamada Nishiki rice for sake brewing is produced. The store carries a large selection of delicious and crisp sake from five representative breweries. In addition, Himeji Treasure House offers more than 500 varieties of excellent products from the Himeji and Nishi-Harima areas, including Himeji leather crafts, Himeji spinning tops, and other specialty products such as soy sauce and dried noodles.
The store is conveniently located near Himeji Castle, Koko-en Garden, and other nearby tourist facilities, as well as the Otemae Parking Lot.
Coin locker available
Accepts credit cards
- Train: 10 minutes walk from JR Himeji Station
Bus: Take Shinki Bus to "Himeji-jo Otemon-mae" bus stop and walk 1 minute
- None (Beside Otemae Parking Lot)
- Business Hours
- 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Oshiro-yaki (a castle-shaped steamed treat filled with sweet red bean paste): 86 yen per piece / Salty manju sweet steamed bun: 570 yen per piece / Meitou Masamune sake: starts at 240 yen for 180 ml / Small fish simmered in soy sauce 648 yen, etc.
- December 29th - 31st
- Barrier-Free Information
- No steps at entrance / No steps in hallway
- 68 Honmachi, Himeji, Hyogo 670-0012
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