Desserts that are closely tied to local features are popular. For example, “Kamata Onsen Manju” is named after Kuroyu (a natural hot spring in Kamata) and European style dessert “Umehime” symbolizes the plum flowers of Ota ward. “Kamata Onsen Manju” has received accolades such as “You can never have enough!” for its perfect combination of refined wrap and brown sugar based filling (produced in Okinawa and Hateruma) made from a secret recipe. It is a store where you want to visit repetitively for seasonal desserts.
8-minute walk from Keikyu Line “Keikyu Kamata” station
- Kamatahoncho, Ota-ku 1-7-5
Closed: Sundays and Wednesdays (irregular holidays)