These blueberry pies are made with Inabu Area's blueberries. Two blueberry varieties are very well combine to make an harmonious balance. The pie dough is made of rice flour "Mineasahi" and almond powder.
【Price (Including Tax)】
Throughout the year
7 days from the manufacture date
Ambient temperature (avoid direct sunlight, high temperature and humidity)
This is handmade financier. We grow blueberries on our plantation and use them in our products. Through the support of a well-known patissier in Japan our quality and name have been kicked up a notch. We won the first prize in the National Best Business Person award for production with raw materials and locally-grown foods. In addition to the blueberry financiers, we sell several kinds of cakes and drinks in our shop. You can also enjoy blueberry picking at our orchard from early July to late September.
【Price (Including Tax)】
All year around
2 weeks from the production date
Keep at room temperature
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3-6 Nakashimoda, Inamu-cho
|Business hours||Friday-Wednesday 9:00-17:00|
Roadside Station "Michi-no-Eki" Donguri-no-Sato Inabu
Roadside Station Donguri-no-Sato Inabu is a "Michi-no-Eki" (lit. "Road Station") located in the Inabu Area of Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture. The onsen hot spring bath house Donguri-no-Yu, fresh produce and freshly-baked bread, and the Donguri Yokocho Market, offering a rich variety of local delicacies from the surrounding mountains, await visitors. With delicious food no matter the season, be sure to visit the mountain village of Inabu.
Oiden Yana Fishing Weir
Oiden Yana Fishing Weir is a giant fish trap on the river where you can catch fish with your bare hands and have fun in the outdoors. Built over the fresh, clear water of the upstream Yahagi River, this is an ideal spot for catching sweetfish and playing in the river. Access to the weir is free, and it’s usually bustling with families with small children. There are tents nearby where you can eat your fill of sweetfish—grilled, cooked with rice, made into gohei-mochi rice cakes, and in other delicious ways.
Irori no Yado Kikkoen
This restaurant is run directly by a farm that raises Kogen Cochin chickens, a purebred line of Nagoya Cochin chickens, and serves charcoal-grilled premium Cochin chicken.
Country Restaurant Keiryuusou
Serving local food since 1974, our specialty is seasonal dishes and wild game. We have tables set up on the side of the Dando River, and our customers love having a meal with a view of the river.
Our dishes are made with fresh, local sansai vegetables, bamboo shoots, wild sweetfish, mushrooms, mountain yam, boar, and other seasonal foods. Lean back, relax, and enjoy the taste of nature.
We create new desserts every month, and serve light meals for lunch. Our sweets buffet (held irregularly) is a customer favorite.
All Day Dining WINDSOR
A modern interior with simple wood-print pillars, rays of light coming in from the windows... Hotel guests as well as diners just stopping by for a bite to eat can enjoy a meal in this spacious restaurant. The restaurant is perfect for having a meal with your family, relaxing with your friends, or talking business.
Kura-no-Naka Gallery Manrin Bookshop & Café
Along the Old Road of Asuke, a once busy Shio-no-Michi route - as vital backbone trading roads were called - sits this peculiar bookstore, built with special attention for preserving the charming aspect of the olden times. Merging bookshop with gallery and café, it sits in the corner formed by the main road and the adjacent Manrin Alley, joining other buildings in the townscape that feature the beautiful contrasting plaster and black wooden walls. Among the books available, the shop keeps titles about urban development and nature in particular. Look for the special one published privately by the shop to promote the Asuke area, Asuke-no-Mukashibanashi. At the gallery in the back, exhibitions are held each season throughout the year, and at the café you can enjoy delicious coffee and homemade pastry. *: Kura-no-Naka means "inside the warehouse", which tells the original purpose of the structure housing it.