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Kuroyu Beer

Ota Ward known as a city with plenty of black water hot spring(Kuroyu) public baths.
Ota City brewery uses the image of black water hot spring( Kuroyu) to produced Kuroyu Beer
The black beer featuring  refreshing with a sophisticated and clear sensation going down the throat

Kuroyu beer is simply good and appreciated by beer lovers in ota city.

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Sen・Sen・Sen・Cha (80g)

This is a Sencha mixed with tea made in Ogasa and Fujieda in Shizuoka Pref.

Usually 70 to 80 degrees hot water suits sencha green tea, but the cool taste with harmony of astringency and taste can be enjoyed with higher temperature of water.

It is the Shizuoka green tea that makes good taste and turns strong […]

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November 2018 Events

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October 2018 Events

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September 2018 Events

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July’s 2018 Events

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Uguisu

“Uguisu” is Genmai tea mixed with green tea. These tea leaves were produced home with its own process and recipe. You can enjoy its beautiful color and deep taste. It is also suitable for a souvenir.

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Pal Ale

The only brewery in Ota City produced this craft beer with a label drawn Haneda Airport. The taste is mild so anyone may enjoy it.

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”UIROU” Japanese sweets making Workshop Jan. 27 (Sat) 2018 ***Completed

Photo given by wagashi asobi

” Dry fruit no Yokan” ( Sweet bean jelly with dried fruits ) is one of the most famous Japanese sweets in Ota city.

This special Yokan also represents the retail store ” wagashi asobi ” where 3 skilled wagashi artists work to make their unique and special sweets one by one.

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Haneda Otani Clams

High-quality large clams will certainly help you to achieve the best taste. This scrumptious taste won the gold medal in Monde Selection in 8 consecutive years and certified “The Wonder 500” by the Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry.