A Japanese sweet named after the Lieutenant General, “Fujiwara Ason Sanetaka”. It is strained bean paste wrapped in soft dough kneaded with Okinawan black sugar which produces a deep rich flavor.
|Address||Masuda, 2-3-7, Natori City|
|Business Hours||9:00 am – 6:00 pm|
|Parking||Parking is available.|
|Access||5-minute walk from JR Natori Station|
Number one traditional fish paste, “Palmed Kamaboko”
The exquisite harmony of distinctive ingredients
Japanese confectionery with traditional flavors
Aiming to reunite with customers, the market has taken a new step forward.
Maple Pavilion has good restaurants and shops as well as DVDs and goods related to the great earthquake.