“Kansendo” started out as a Japanese confectionery in Tohoku. They select each ingredient carefully, value customer’s feedback, and put their heart into making each cake. Be sure to try the walnut “yubeshi” cake, sesame “yubeshi” cake, and “Zunda Mochi” (rice cake with sweet green soybean paste). The ingredients are locally grown.
*There is a café in the Natori factory outlet which sells Japanese confectionery, but few people know the shop because it is in a tucked away location.
|Address||Aza Kashima, Shimoyouden, 132, Natori City|
|Regular holiday||Closed: January 1|
|Parking||Parking is available.|
|Access||It is an18-minute walk from JR Natori Station.|
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