Suzume Odori Sohonten

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This shop is at a 2-minute walk from Yabacho subway station, Suzume Odori Sohonten is a long standing Japanese sweets shop established in 1856. It has been loved by locals for more than 150 years since its opening. One of the most popular sweets here is “Uiro”, Nagoya specialty made with rice flour, sugar and water. Their Uiro is steamed in a bamboo steamer one by one, the traditional way that has not been changed since its opening. Many people buy them for souvenirs. There is also a café space in the store where they serve some sweets like anmitsu and zenzai, or some snacks such as some soup with mochi, zoni, and ochazuke.

Address
3-27-15 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Contact No.
+81-52-241-1192
Access
2 minutes' walk from Exit 5 of Yabacho station on Nagoya Municipal Subway Meijo line.
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:30-19:00
Official Website
http://www.suzumeodori.com
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): -999 yenMenu: Warabi Cream Anmitsu 800 yen, Ichigo Milk Cream Shiratama Koori 750 yen, Kuro Uiro 360 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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The Traditional Recipe and Taste Still Kept Today

They have been keeping the traditional recipe and taste from the days they started their business. They use only high quality ingredients without any additives. All the sweets are carefully handmade one by one. Enjoy superb Japanese sweets with rich flavor of high quality ingredients.

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Generously Portioned Japanese Sweets

The most recommended is “Warabi Cream Anmitsu” (800 yen), using the special warabi-mochi made from warabi flour stirred for a long time with sugar and water. This generously portioned dessert also has kanten (agar jelly), anko (red beam jam), ice cream and colorful fruits along with warabi-mochi.

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Popular Menu Available Only in Summer

The summer only dessert, shaved ice is another popularity. Especially, “Oshima Kintoki Milk Cream Warabi Koori” (800 yen) tastes great with homemade black syrup made with 100% made in Okinawa brown sugar. It is generously topped with sweetened red kidney beans, ice cream and warabi-mochi. You can’t get tired of eating it.

Source:食べログ

Suzume Odori Sohonten

This shop is at a 2-minute walk from Yabacho subway station, Suzume Odori Sohonten is a long standing Japanese sweets shop established in 1856. It has been loved by locals for more than 150 years since its opening. One of the most popular sweets here is “Uiro”, Nagoya specialty made with rice flour, sugar and water. Their Uiro is steamed in a bamboo steamer one by one, the traditional way that has not been changed since its opening. Many people buy them for souvenirs. There is also a café space in the store where they serve some sweets like anmitsu and zenzai, or some snacks such as some soup with mochi, zoni, and ochazuke.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

The Traditional Recipe and Taste Still Kept Today

They have been keeping the traditional recipe and taste from the days they started their business. They use only high quality ingredients without any additives. All the sweets are carefully handmade one by one. Enjoy superb Japanese sweets with rich flavor of high quality ingredients.

Source:食べログ

Generously Portioned Japanese Sweets

The most recommended is “Warabi Cream Anmitsu” (800 yen), using the special warabi-mochi made from warabi flour stirred for a long time with sugar and water. This generously portioned dessert also has kanten (agar jelly), anko (red beam jam), ice cream and colorful fruits along with warabi-mochi.

Source:食べログ

Popular Menu Available Only in Summer

The summer only dessert, shaved ice is another popularity. Especially, “Oshima Kintoki Milk Cream Warabi Koori” (800 yen) tastes great with homemade black syrup made with 100% made in Okinawa brown sugar. It is generously topped with sweetened red kidney beans, ice cream and warabi-mochi. You can’t get tired of eating it.

Source:食べログ