Please relish the old-fashioned nostalgic taste and plump the thickness of the hand-baked Kamaboko.You can feel the passion of Sasa Kei, that is to keep their good old taste, and looking for a new taste.
They offer special tour of the facilities on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.(Since the closing time change depending on the day of the week, please ask to the store directly. If you would like to visit in big group, please contact them to arrange the schedule for any time other than the above-mentioned day of the week.)
|Business Hours||Hours: 8:00 am –6:00 pm|
|Regular holiday||throughout the year.|
|Parking||Parking is available.|
|Access||Access: JR Natori station〜three minutes by walk.|
"Sasa Kamaboko", a fish cake, originated in Natori.
Maple Pavilion has good restaurants and shops as well as DVDs and goods related to the great earthquake.
Japanese Sake (rice wine) “Yuri”; signifying revival from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Japanese Sake which vows for the reconstruction and come back of "Yuriage".
Japanese confectionery with traditional flavors
Aiming to reunite with customers, the market has taken a new step forward.