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Nara

Daibutsu Cider

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Product Description:

This sparkling soft drink has a blissful yuzu citrus aroma, with a light and refreshing flavor that makes it ideal for hot summer days.

Price: 

JPY 260

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Deer “Droppings” Chocolate Peanuts & Strawberry Peanuts

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Product Description:

Nara is well known for the large number of deer that frolic in Nara Park, and sweet chocolate balls that resemble deer droppings have become a very popular souvenir. This product has two flavors: chocolate peanuts and strawberry peanuts.  

Price: 

JPY 320

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Daranisuke Candies

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Product Description:

Daranisuke is a well known antidiarrheal and stomach medicine, traditionally used in western Japan. These candies contain Amur cork, the main ingredient of the medicine, as well as brown sugar to make it that little bit easier to swallow.

Price: 

JPY 320

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Daibutsu Cider

Product Description:

This sparkling soft drink has a blissful yuzu citrus aroma, with a light and refreshing flavor that makes it ideal for hot summer days.

Price: 

JPY 260

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Deer “Droppings” Chocolate Peanuts & Strawberry Peanuts

Product Description:

Nara is well known for the large number of deer that frolic in Nara Park, and sweet chocolate balls that resemble deer droppings have become a very popular souvenir. This product has two flavors: chocolate peanuts and strawberry peanuts.  

Price: 

JPY 320

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Daranisuke Candies

Product Description:

Daranisuke is a well known antidiarrheal and stomach medicine, traditionally used in western Japan. These candies contain Amur cork, the main ingredient of the medicine, as well as brown sugar to make it that little bit easier to swallow.

Price: 

JPY 320

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Yoshino Persimmon Candies

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Product Description:

These cute looking candies contain Fuyu persimmon locally produced in Yoshino, Nara. The sweet and mild flavor of the fruit spreads easily over the tongue, and is most enjoyable at teatime.

Price: 

JPY 450

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Senjuan Yoshimune Warabimochi

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Product Description:

Warabi-mochi is a soft and mildly sweet jelly-like sweet, only made from natural ingredients. If heated up in a microwave at 500w for around 90 seconds, one can enjoy a “just made” taste, as it melts pleasantly in the mouth. It is especially wonderful with toppings, such as kinako soybean powder or kuromitsu syrup, as well as with green tea.

Price: 

JPY 450

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Kuromame Komaru

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Product Description:

This crunchy biscuit featuring a slight sweetness, contains very nutritious kuromame black beans locally produced in Uda City. It is especially tasty when eaten with green tea, coffee, or milk.

Price: 

JPY 440

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Yoshino Persimmon Candies

Product Description:

These cute looking candies contain Fuyu persimmon locally produced in Yoshino, Nara. The sweet and mild flavor of the fruit spreads easily over the tongue, and is most enjoyable at teatime.

Price: 

JPY 450

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Senjuan Yoshimune Warabimochi

Product Description:

Warabi-mochi is a soft and mildly sweet jelly-like sweet, only made from natural ingredients. If heated up in a microwave at 500w for around 90 seconds, one can enjoy a “just made” taste, as it melts pleasantly in the mouth. It is especially wonderful with toppings, such as kinako soybean powder or kuromitsu syrup, as well as with green tea.

Price: 

JPY 450

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Kuromame Komaru

Product Description:

This crunchy biscuit featuring a slight sweetness, contains very nutritious kuromame black beans locally produced in Uda City. It is especially tasty when eaten with green tea, coffee, or milk.

Price: 

JPY 440

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Miyabi Kanoko Uguisu Beans

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Product Description:

A subtly sweet jelly-type Japanese dessert, containing soft green uguisu beans with a light, gentle flavor. It tastes especially delightful with green tea.

Price: 

JPY 150

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Koi Somen (white/red)

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Product Description:

These somen noodles are made especially for those in love (koi), and usually include a few red noodles which symbolize the “red thread of fate.” They are first boiled, then cooled down with icy cold water, before being enjoyed with a cold dipping sauce.

Price: 

JPY 380

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

Somen-fushi (Dried)

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Product Description:

Somen is a very thin kind of Japanese noodle, and fushi is a by-product of the drying process in somen production. These noodles are hung up to dry, and the dried curvy part is cut off and kept as fushi. Fushi, with its slightly chewy texture when boiled, is a popular ingredient for a variety of local dishes, and can be stewed in a soup, or boiled in water to be added to rice porridge or salad. You can also mist spray it with water and deep-fry it to make a crispy snack.

Price: 

JPY 350

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Miyabi Kanoko Uguisu Beans

Product Description:

A subtly sweet jelly-type Japanese dessert, containing soft green uguisu beans with a light, gentle flavor. It tastes especially delightful with green tea.

Price: 

JPY 150

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Koi Somen (white/red)

Product Description:

These somen noodles are made especially for those in love (koi), and usually include a few red noodles which symbolize the “red thread of fate.” They are first boiled, then cooled down with icy cold water, before being enjoyed with a cold dipping sauce.

Price: 

JPY 380

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Somen-fushi (Dried)

Product Description:

Somen is a very thin kind of Japanese noodle, and fushi is a by-product of the drying process in somen production. These noodles are hung up to dry, and the dried curvy part is cut off and kept as fushi. Fushi, with its slightly chewy texture when boiled, is a popular ingredient for a variety of local dishes, and can be stewed in a soup, or boiled in water to be added to rice porridge or salad. You can also mist spray it with water and deep-fry it to make a crispy snack.

Price: 

JPY 350

Where to buy:

Local Speciality Store "Nara Mahoroba Museum" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access: