Japanese sweets can be said to be a traditional culture that has grown closer to the daily lives of people along with the history of Japan and has developed in various ways according to the climate of each region. The confectionery memorandum is a select Shops that offers Japanese confectionery from all over Japan, centered on four famous stores in Eastern Japan. Based on the Concepts of "Japanese confectionery that we want to keep for future generations," we have a wide selection of famous confectioneries that are beautiful and delicious, from everyday snacks to gifts. Together with four stores, "Akasaka Kakiyama", "Obusedo", "Iwamurado" and "Nanohana", we will offer Roppongi Hills unique Japanese sweets as a specialty store that has never been seen before.
Upper left photo: Akasaka Kakiyama
A famous rice cracker store with its main store in Akasaka, Tokyo. At Toyama's own factory, which is blessed with abundant nature, we continue to make "Okaki" from the rare special product "New Taisho glutinous rice." The rice crackers baked with carefully selected ingredients and the craftsman's reliable technology can fully enjoy the richness and rich aroma of rice.
Upper right photo: Obusedo
A long-established chestnut confectionery store in Obuse Town, Nagano Prefecture, which has gained a lot of support for its sweets that use plenty of “Kuri-an”, which is made with only high quality Obuse chestnuts and sugar. You can enjoy the rich flavor and refined sweetness of chestnut itself, and there is a wide selection of items from traditional Kurikanoko and chestnut yokan to Western confectionery Mont Blanc.
Bottom left of photo: Ganyudo
The 5th generation master is a Japanese sweets craftsman who is active overseas in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture. Based on the belief that "Japanese bean paste is the heart of Japanese confectionery," many famous confectioneries that make skilled work by hand are familiar both inside and outside Japan. A long-established store on behalf of Hamamatsu, which carries on the traditional taste and has Japanese sweets with homemade bean paste.
Bottom right: Wagashi Nanohana
A famous Japanese confectionery store that represents Hakone and Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture. Our specially made home-made bean paste uses Odawara's groundwater, which brings out the best in the ingredients, and cooks red beans from Tokachi, Hokkaido. There are many popular products such as Dorayaki "Odawara Usagi", which has a high-quality sweetness of bean jam and a flavor of butter.