Savor freshly-made traditional local confectionery
"Kinchoen Manju" featuring a slight sake taste and simple sweetness has long been loved as a traditional local confectionery. It is made by wrapping bean paste prepared using plenty of underground water from Ogaki, known as the city of water, with dough made with sake yeast. Another popular confectionery among the various delights that evoke the changing seasons is the "Mizu Manju", which is only available during summer. The sight of Mizu Manju in sake cups chilling in the storefront water tanks is a traditional summer scene in Ogaki City.
|Posted photos||Main The Kinchoen Manju, made one by one with time and effort
Three photos Upper left The Mizu Manju, the seasonal taste that gives you a cool feeling, upper right The cool-looking outer layer of Mizu Manju envelops a subtly sweet bean paste, lower The Kinchoen Manju is a traditional local confectionery
|Best season||Mizu Manju: Early April to early October|
|Address||1-17 Takaya-cho, Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture|
|Phone||+81-584-75-3300 (Japanese only)|
|Opening hours||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Opening hours are subject to change only during year-end and New Year)|
|Price||Kinchoen Manju (1 piece) 130 yen
Mizu Manju (4 pieces) 500 yen
* Mizu Manju is only sold during the period from early April to early October.
|Access||Take the Meihan Kintetsu Bus bound for Ogaki Station from "Gifu-Hashima Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 30 minutes, alight at "Ogaki Ekimae" and walk for approx. 3 minutes.|
updated on Mar 30, 2018
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