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Kininaru Oyasumidokoro Yume no Kaze

Kininaru Oyasumidokoro Yume no Kaze

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“Yume no Kaze” is a restaurant where you can enjoy both Iwate Prefecture’s famous overflowing bite-size “wanko soba” noodles as well as the local Hiraizumi traditional home cooking of “mochi-zen.” The mochi-kome glutinous rice used to make the mochi, as well as the adzuki beans, green soybeans, and walnuts that are used for the “anko” red bean paste are all made with local produce. Because the ingredients used for the mochi are 100% mochi-kome glutinous rice, the expiration date for the treats is a mere 2 hours after making! These treats are well known for their thick and soft texture. Yume no Kaze is a restaurant loved by both tourists and locals alike.
11-2 Hiraizumi Hanadate, Hiraizumi-cho, Nishiiwai-gun, Iwate
Contact No.
15-minute walk from the Hiraizumi Station 1-minute walk from the Hanadate bus stop 5-minute walk from Chuson-ji Temple 15-minute walk from Motsuji Temple
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:00 – 18:00 Open all year round (unless in the event of severe weather or special exhibitions)
Official Website
Time Required
Admission fee