“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.
Pale Ale is the first beer brewed in Ota City and well known for its continuous all time favorites. The taste is a bit bitter yet, gentle and mild, so anyone may enjoy it.
It all starts with adding in a high quality ingredient, then cook the clams till they’re soft and fluffy. Using large clams will certainly help you to achieve the best tasteful result. Creating scrumptious taste into a rich simmering balances, Tsukudani that can easily be match with several other dishes which have allowed it to […]
Cutting into big piece with crunchy texture of Tarako simmering with finely chopped Hidaka sea weed.
Its’ can also appreciate and enjoy the savoy taste. The sweet and salty taste of Tsukudani will goes perfectly with Ochazuke and rice ball.
Danish dough baked traditionally with real butter with a soft and tender texture and then filled with a rich almond-flavored cream with the right hint of rum. This delectable pastry, extremely popular with locals, has been selling for 40 years.
Eggcelent tarts are made using the fresh, thick-yolk eggs sent daily from the farm in Yamanashi Prefecture.
From these fresh eggs, you can instantly taste the flavor of fluffy egg sponge.
These Portuguese egg tarts have their own unique and distinctively flavor and taste.
The soft and fluffy castella was baked with granulated sugar in a round doughnut shape.
Practically the shape was created from the image of the train engine wheel from the olden days of Kamata’s film industry.
The confectionery chose Wasanbo Syrup sugar to substitute for baking.
Ota City is famous for many hot springs and the number of public baths. “KUROYU” -black-colored hot springs water is one of the unique aspect of Ota City for its color and efficacy. Ota City and Kawasaki City collaborated to produce this soda with an image of “KUROYU”. Available to purchase only at limited shops and public […]
The Obuto carrot, an “Edo vegetable” that originated from Ota-ku, is still cultivated today in the town of Magome, and they are ground up and stuffed into a manjuu to make the delicious Magome Sanzun Carrot Manjuu. Even people who dislike carrots are certain to love these buns.