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Obusedo Honten

A shop for all of our chestnut confections as well as a restaurant and cafe. In the evening it is available as a party and event space.

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Main Gate

Katsushika Hokusai passed through this gate in Tenpo 13 (1842) when he first visited Obuse, and it has seen visitors with connections to our company countless times. It continues to watch over the passersby on Obuse's main street.

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Masuichi-Ichimura Sake Brewery

This store selling sake has been run by the Ichimura family, managers of the Obusedo confectionary, since the Horeki years of the Edo period.
The store is on the opposite side of the main gate from the Obusedo Honten. At the "teppa" counter you can taste sake brewed right in the adjoining brewery.

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The Club

A Japanese-style restaurant occupying a part of the Masuichi-Ichimura Sake Brewery. You can enjoy the sake brewed at this brewery and "Yori-Tsuki" dining until late into the night.

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Masuichi Kyakuden

Stay in the heart of Obuse. Masuichi Kyakuden is a hotel built in the style of old kura storehouses and located at the southern edge of Ajiwai Kukan, to the west of the Hokusai Museum. With this as your headquarters, enjoy the afternoon, evening and morning in Obuse.

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