Try Yamashiro Onsen’s famous “hot spring eggs”, which are cooked by being immersed in the hot spring water for 8 hours.
A free hot-spring foot-bath that features a small statue of the symbolic 3-legged crow of Yamashiro Onsen in the center.
Producing exquisite and carefully made Japanese confectionary products for over 200 years.
In business for around 80 years, Marufuku sells delicious and carefully prepared Japanese sweets.
Founded in 1900 in Yamashiro, traditional Japanese sweets are prepared fresh every morning.
A range of carefully selected Kutani-ware products are available for purchase.
Scandinavian clothing made from natural materials are available for purchase, along with other items.
Sells a wide variety of elegant and exquisite Japanese sweets made from the finest ingredients.
Dating back to the 1820s, Sohachi specializes in roppo-yaki sweets which feature a baked crust and bean-paste filling.