Koshiyama Kanseido, Main Shop【Signature Sweets】Kinjomaki
Soft, semi-fresh sweets with a baked outside inspired by Kanazawa Castle's keep, these perfect souvenirs are available with two flavors of bean paste filling: brown sugar and iyokan.
Itaya, Main ShopKorin
Characterized by their refined flavor, these Japanese-style steamed castella consist of a sugar-soaked chestnut sandwiched between two layers of dough.
Rakugan Moroeya, Nishichaya Karyo Store【Signature Sweets】Kaga Hosho
Devised over 80 years ago by the fifth-generation Kichitaro, these sweets are lightly salted and filled with sweet bean paste.
Rakugan Moroeya, Main Store【Signature Sweets】Irodori
Moroeya's sixth-generation Kichitaro wanted to create sweets with a seasonal feel that expressed the months' diverse colors.
Nakataya, Higashiyama Store【Signature Sweets】Kintsuba
Made with dainagon azuki red beans from Hokkaido, each one is carefully finished so that the refined sweetness blends with the lightly baked crust.
Shibafune Koide, Higashiyama StoreShibafune Shoju
Shibafune are rice cakes with a tang of ginger. Resembling cigar rolls, shoju are crispy rice cakes with aromatic cinnamon.