Recommended Souvenirs From Fukushima, Sake, Traditional Sweets and More
- Kannoya 【かんのや】
A traditional Japanese confectionary shop with 100 years of history.
At this shop, they sell Fukushima's famous "Yubeshi"【柚餅子：ゆべし】.
Yubeshi is a kind of confectionery that uses either Yuzu (Japanese citrus) or walnuts as the main ingredient. It was originally a kind of preserved food but later turned into Japanese confectionery (Wagashi, 和菓子：わがし).
Yubeshi can be found in many places around Japan, but the ones in Tohoku region mainly use walnuts and has a hint of soy sauce flavour.
- Kannoya 【かんのや】
Their most famous confectionery is their Kaden Yubeshi【家伝ゆべし：かでんゆべし】, which is their most traditional flavour.
Cafe and workshops are also available
- Main Store (Honten Bunsuke)
Address: 39 Tamiyakida, Nishitamachi Ota, Koriyama, Fukushima 963-0911
Open Hours: 9 am till 6 pm Monday to Sunday
- Koriyama Station Store inside Omiyagekan
Address: 195 Hiuchida, Koriyama, Fukushima 963-8003
Open Hours: 8 am till 8 pm
It is a kind of wild grape and is generally sourer than the usual grapes that you will have.
Address: 1 Higashikamayama, Takinecho, Sugaya, Tamura, Fukushima 963-3601
Open Hours: 8:30 am till 5 pm
Come and try the local sakes at Minamiaizu
Aizu Shuzo, "Aizu"
Hanaizumi Shuzo, "Roman"
Kaito Otokoyama Shuzo, "Kashiwadaru Chozo Daiginjo"
Kokken Shuzo, "TEFU"
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