Osakamon Sweets (Takeaway)



ANGETSUDO
Japanese confectionery since 1868

Angetsu Monaka
(rice wafers with bean jelly filling)


DANJIRIYA
Japanese confectionery since 1946

Danjiri
(murasame bean cake)


EIKYUDO YOSHIMUNE
Japanese confectionery since 1946

Iimoriyama
(bun with white bean paste)

Nankô-no Sato
(bun with yellow bean paste and walnut)

Nawate Goten
(bean with two bean pastes)

Masatsura Manjû
(bun with milk bean paste)

Kawachi Ondo Taiko
(bun with yellow bean paste)

Shinobugaoka
(butter-flavoured chestnut bun)

Chôchin Mochi
(bun with red bean paste and rice cake)


FUJIYA
bean and nut snack shop since 1913

Suzume-no Tamago
(egg-shaped peanut snack)


KAMEYA SHIGEHIRO
Japanese confectionery since 1936

Kaichû Shiruko
(instant sweet bean porridge)

Kusa Mochi
(rice cake with yomogi herb flavour)

Sakura Mochi
(rice cake wrapped by sakura leaf)


KATSURAYA
Japanese confectionery since 1964

Kawachi Monaka
(wafers with bean jelly and grapes)


KINUGASA
Japanese confectionery since 1867

Tonchô
(sticky rice with beans, konbu and plum)

Shô
(yellow bean paste cake)

Mizu-no Miyako
(monaka wafers with bean paste)

Ôsaka-jôshi
(castella cake with bean paste)

Hisakata
(bean paste cake)

Sanjukkoku-Bune
(boat-shaped pancake with bean paste)

Kinunagon
(bean cake: Dec. to Feb. only)

Kuri Yôkan
(bean jelly with chestnut: New Year holidays only)

Senba
(bean cake: Dec. to Feb. only)


KISHIWADA FUGETSUDO
Japanese confectionery since 1902

Tama Shigure
(bean cake)


KITARINDO
candy shop since 1895

Kiku-no Tsuyu
(aruheitô candy)


KIYASU
Japanese confectionery since 1948

Mitarashi
(skewered rice dumplings with soy sauce glare)

Saka-Manjû
(steamed bun with sake flavour)


MARUICHI KASHIHO
Japanese confectionery since 1895

Totoya Chawan
(manjû cake shaped like a bowl turned upside down)

Totoya Monaka
(wafers with bean paste)

Rikyû Koin
(stamp-shaped sugar sculpture)

Totoya
(manjû cake)

Monaka
(wafers with bean paste and yuzu citrus paste)

Ayu-gashi
(sweetfish-shaped cake)

Hôchô Bôro
(kitchen knife-shaped buckwheat biscuit)

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MINOYA
Japanese confectionery since 1928

Sweet Potato
(sweet potato cake)


OSAKA-NO SURUGAYA
Japanese confectionery since 1837

Fuji-tsuru Neri Yôkan
(bean jelly)

Fuji-tsuru Yoru-no Ume
(bean jelly)


SHIMAYA
sweet potato shop since 1940s

Abeno Potato
(honey-glazed sweet potato)

Mishima-yaki
(steamed sweet potato with original taste)


SHIOGO
Japanese confectionery since 1854

Murasame
(bean cake)


SHOGETSU
Japanese confectionery since 1953

Tora-yaki
(pancake with filling: bean paste and chestnut / pastry cream)

Cream Sando
(wafers with filling: sesame cream / kinako roasted soybean cream)


SUEHIRODO
confectionary since 1869

Satsuma-yaki
(bun with bean paste filling)

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SURUGAYA
Japanese confectionery since 1887

Nagahori
(bean jelly with chestnut)

Neri Yôkan
(bean jelly)

Yoru-no Ume
(bean jelly)

Kan-iri Mizu Yôkan
(canned bean jelly)

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TAKASAGODO
Japanese confectionery since 1891

Kintsuba
(red bean cake)


TAKERI

Shigure Mochi
(rice cake)

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TSUJIHACHI

Izumi Murasame
(bean cake)

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TSURIGANEYA
Japanese confectionery near Shitennôji temple and Tsûtenkaku
since 1900

Tsurigane Manjû
(cake shaped like the temple bell)

Bashô
(banana-shaped cake)

Hitokuchi Castella
(miniature bell-shaped cake)

Tsurigane Monaka
(bell-shaped wafers with bean paste)