Osakamon Sweets (Cafe)



FUKUJUDO HIDENOBU
Japanese confectionery since 1948

Dôtonbori
(white bean cake)

Sôemon
(red bean cake)

Dôton Manjû
(bun with yellow bean paste filling)

Bunraku Kashira
(sweet bean bun)


GINSO
Japanese confectionery since 1952

Caste-21
(castella cake)

ACCESS INFO

Minami Area Map

Sold at department stores and other retailers around Japan.


Ginsô's Website (Japanese)



HONKE KOJIMA
rice cake bar since 1532

Keshi Mochi
(rice cake with poppy seeds)

Nikki
(rice cake with nikki spice)

Taihei Mochi
(rice cake with bean paste filling: reservation required)

Anpei
(rice cake wrapped with bean paste: reservation required)

Okina
(rice cake with roasted soybean powder: reservation required)

ACCESS INFO

Sakai City Map


KANBUKURO
rice cake bar since 1329

Kurumi Mochi
(rice cake with sweet sauce)


KIKUJUDO
Japanese confectionery since 1600s

Umeboshi
(Japanese plum-shaped bean cake: reservation required)

ACCESS INFO

Kita Area Map


KOJIMAYA
rice cake bar since c. 1680

Keshi Mochi
(rice cake with poppy seeds)


KOYAMA BAIKADO
Japanese confectionery since 1839

Baika Murasame
(bean cake)


MATSUYA
confectionery and cafe since 1923

Hasune Monaka
(wafers with bean paste shaped like lotus root)

Kawachi Musume
(pancake with yellow bean paste)

Mukosaki
(manjû with yôkan jelly on the top)


NAGASAKIDO
castella and confectionery since 1919

Castella

Castella Rusk