Suwaen Inter Store, Japanese tea and sweets specialty Sayukaraku
We create unique Japanese sweets and the flavors that will bring out the taste of the ingredients.
We start producing our sweets by cultivating the soil on our own farm to grow rice and chestnuts, so that we can create our own unique taste. From classic Japanese sweets such as Daifuku(soft mochi with sweet beans paste inside) and Odango(Japanese sweets dumpling ball) to Kuripai(chestnut pie), Matcha Kuhen and Okunibunka (sponge cake using the local chicken egg), all of them are very special. The seasonal Japanese sweets such as Ichigo Daifuku(Daifuku with strawberry inside), Kuri Mochi(chestnut paste ball with small mochi inside), and Hon Warabimochi(real bracken-starch dumpling) are popular. We are proud of our sweets that bring out the original characteristics of the ingredients.
Traditional Tamba tea made from the traditional tea fields
We process the tea leaves of our own tea plantation ourselves to make tea so that you can enjoy a sweet aroma and a refreshing clear taste. We offer genuine Tamba tea that is not blended. At the competition, we received the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Award four times in total.
Our recommendation is “Karigane with Matcha”, which is popular for the refreshing fragrant and taste. We hope you will enjoy it.
♥ At the Inter store and the main store, there is a café, and you can have tea and sweets there.
|Address||164-2 Sugi-ji Santan-cho, Tambasasayama City, Hyogo Prefecture|
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|Business hours||09: 00 ~ 18: 30
Cafe 9:00 to 18:30 (last order 18:00)
Open on Wednesdays and public holidays / New
- The 41th Daikokuji Temple and Tamba Tea Festival in 2023
- Tamba-yaki Pottery
- Village Maruyama, a traditional Japanese style house inn [150-year-old Tamba Sasayama inn]
- The charm of the Tamba tea with the 1200-year history!
- Nukumori No Sato (Hot spa), Konda Yakushi Onsen
- Sasayama Children’s Museum
- Suggested sightseeing route
- Tambasasayama, a town full of history and tradition
- Sue No Sato, Tamba Traditional Craft Park in the Tachikui Pottery Town
- Sasayama Tamamizu Yurien(Lily / Hydrangea Garden)