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Tempura manju (deep-fried sweet bun)

In the Hida region, manju was deep fried in a light batter on festivals or the new year holiday. Using less sweet strained bean paste, this item is enjoyed widely from child to adult even by those who do not otherwise like sweets. This local product can be enjoyed when freshly fried or even after it has cooled down.
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Road Station Sky Dome Kamioka
Kamioka-cho, Hida City

Address6 Kamiokacho-Yuuhigaoka, Hida City[Map
Phone Number0578-82-6777
Opening Hour9:00~17:00
HolidayClosed on December 31 and January 1 (Irregular holidays for restaurant and fast-food counter.)
Parking Capacity81 cars
Access Approx. 50 minutes by car from JR Takayama Main Line "Takayama Station"
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An "addictive delicious taste" with many repeaters
Our deep-fried red/white bun used to be viewed as a rare delicacy by distant visitors around 1999 when we began serving it, but now they have been addicted to it. An increasing number of visitors come back to enjoy it.
Service periodAll year round
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<Messages from the Staff> Our joy comes from seeing our customers' joy.

Shinmeiya
Furukawa-cho, Hida City

Address15-17 Furukawacho-Kanamoricho, Hida City[Map
Phone Number0577-73-2109
Opening Hour8:30~18:30
HolidayWednesdays
Parking Capacity2 cars
Access Approx. 3 minutes walk from JR Takayama Main Line "Hida-Furukawa Station"
Approx. 30 minutes by car from Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway "Hida-Kiyomi IC" via Unohana Kaido Road
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The secret of our popularity is our proprietary batter and strained bean paste
We began deep-frying buns stuffed with strained bean paste, imitating bean paste donuts. The bun dough is from our secret recipe and the beans are from Hokkaido which we prepare with time and effort to make paste. Even those who do not like bean paste have come to like it. This popular item may be sold out in the morning.
Service periodAll year round
Please call us to confirm.
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<Messages from the Staff> We also recommend mugwort bean buns (May to August) and chestnut sweets (early September to early November).