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Fudarakuhonpo Honten

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Fudarakuhonpo Honten Description

Located in Tochigi, Fudarakuhonpo Honten is a charming Japanese confectionery shop that offers a delightful array of traditional sweets and onigiri rice balls. The serene ambiance of the restaurant, coupled with its authentic decor, transports diners to a bygone era of Japanese culinary craftsmanship.

What sets Fudarakuhonpo Honten apart is its dedication to preserving the art of Japanese sweets. From beautifully crafted wagashi to flavorful onigiri, each item on the menu is a testament to the skill and precision of the chefs. The menu boasts a variety of options, including specialties like Nikko wagashi and Kinugawa wagashi, showcasing the regional flavors of the area.

As you step into Fudarakuhonpo Honten, you are greeted with the aroma of freshly made sweets and the sight of intricate designs that adorn each confection. Whether you are a connoisseur of Japanese cuisine or simply looking to explore new flavors, this restaurant offers a unique dining experience that celebrates the rich culinary heritage of Japan.

Fudarakuhonpo Honten Overview


1935-1 Hanaishichō, Nikko, Tochigi 321-1435


+81 (0) 288-54-2385


10 minute taxi ride from Tobu-nikko Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 8:30AM-5:00PM
Mon: 8:30AM-5:00PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 8:30AM-5:00PM
Thur: 8:30AM-5:00PM
Fri: 8:30AM-5:00PM
Sat: 8:30AM-5:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Fudarakuhonpo Honten Reviews

Fudarakuhonpo Honten Google Average Rating



A cozy place serving and selling Japanese confectionaries. Green tea is served and a few tables are available. Nice place to take a break. Along a road where no eateries or coffee shops are available. It's beyond Toshogu, going from Nikko Stn.


It’s nice of great food and amiable boss.


End of December 2023. I went to Jakko Falls and stopped by Tamozawa Imperial Villa.

Turning from the main street, there are several spaces next to the store. There are no height restrictions.

[Inside] There are tables and chairs so you can eat inside.
I was left with a good impression of the politeness of the staff at the store.

[Yuba Musubi]
A pack of two rice balls wrapped in tofu skin costs 480 yen. The simple Yuba and the flavored sticky rice rice balls were just the right amount of deliciousness. And the pickles are a nice accent to Yuba Musubi. It was just the right amount to eat when you're hungry.

We ate it ourselves and bought it as a souvenir for our family the next day.

We recommend this restaurant because you can easily enjoy Nikko's yuba.
There are also water yokans from Monaca and Nikko Meisui.

I also had a point card made this time.

You can use PayPay.


Visited after visiting Toshogu Shrine on a Sunday in February after 10 o'clock.
There were reviews saying that they were difficult to get because they were limited in quantity, but luckily there was only one in the showcase, so I said, "Please give me this Yuba Musubi!" and the clerk asked, "Is that one?"
One would be fine, but I wonder if there could be more? ? ?
The mochi rice is delicious with just the right amount of soup stock, but considering the volume of the rice, I think it would have been more satisfying if there was a little more yuba (more).
Kyoto is called "Yuba" and Nikko is called "Yuba".


I bought Yuba Musubi, Ocha and Monaka. The owner was a very nice person, and we had a nice chat while drinking tea. Yuba Musubi has a lot of flavor, so it becomes a delicious meal on its own. The pickles were also delicious. This is a store I would like to visit again.

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