Funabashiya's Traditional Japanese Confectionery


  • Japanese Confectionery

Kanto Tokyo
Keio Shinjuku Department Store
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Born in 1805, ”Funabashiya (船橋屋)" is a traditional Japanese confectionery shop well known for chewy, jelly-like dessert "Kuzu Mochi (くず餅)" and "Anmitsu (あんみつ)."

Their kuzu mochi is available in many sizes from single-serving to box filled with bite-size kuzu mochi. Also, their flavorful anmitsu (cubed agar with red beans and fruits) is a not to be missed! Along with the standard flavor, seasonal one is available too!

Kuzu Mochi Medium-size Box (36 pieces): 1,051 yen
Traditional Japanese fermented dessert made by steaming after 450 days of natural aging. Enjoy it with rich brown sugar syrup and kinako (roasted soy bean flour).

Kuzu Mochi Cup (6 pieces): 501 yen
A single-serving kuzu mochi cup with brown sugar syrup and kinako (roasted soy bean flour). A perfect size for snack time.

Coffee Anmitsu (single serving, comes with brown sugar syrup): 631 yen
*Available until JUN 30 (FRI).
With coffee agar, raisins, walnuts, and prune, anmitsu turns into an acquired taste.

Kuzumochi Lactic Acid Bacterium Drink (large size 520g×2 bottles, small size 150g×2 bottles): 3,601 yen
Only rice, water, and lactic acid bacteria are used in the ingredients. A trendy Biogenic drink containing substances produced through fermentation.

📍Funabashiya (Middle Basement Floor)

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