Misogi dango (dumpling)

This traditional treat of Hashima City is prepared by skewering dango balls made of rice powder dough wrapping bean paste and baking the skewer with a sauce made of red miso paste and sugar. It has been believed that those who eat this dumpling at Shinto ritual called "Misogi (whereby defilement is purified and prayers are offered for health and safety)" in June every year would live the remaining half year in good health. This custom has been practiced since old times.
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Takehana-cho, Hashima City

Address2631-1 Takehana-cho, Hashima City[Map
Phone Number058-391-2562
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Opening Hour8:00~19:00(Weekday)
8:00~18:30(Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays)
Parking Capacity10 cars
Access Approx. 10 minutes by car from Meishin Expressway "Gifu-Hashima IC"
Approx. 8 minutes walk from Meitetsu Takehana Line "Hashima-shiyakusho-mae Station"
The deep taste of an elaborate double baking finish
Rice power dumpling containing strained bean paste is grilled once and then again with semi-sweet red miso paste applied on it. This process helps the dumpling and miso to be matched to enhance the taste. It is served only from April to end of August. Many costumers return to enjoy it each year.
Service periodFrom April to eng of August
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