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Experience making Wasanbon | Nakatado-gun | Traditional food making | Activity | KOIKOI

Experience making Wasanbon

Wasanbon, which has a history of more than 200 years, is a type of sugar that is traditionally produced mainly in eastern Shikoku, such as Kagawa and Tokushima prefectures. It is a high-end sugar that boasts a unique flavor, elegant sweetness, fine particles, and good mouthfeel. The name of Sanbon comes from the unique sugar refinement process in Japan, which is called "grind sugar three times on a tray." The most important thing in making dried sweets is the choice of wooden mold. This wooden pattern is made by Shikoku's only craftsman, a traditional craftsman "Yoshihiro Ichihara", and is very valuable.

Street address 〒766-0001 696 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa Prefecture
phone number 0877-75-3264
business hours Held four times a day/10:00、12:00、14:00、16:00
Holiday Open year round
Cost ¥1,480
Required time 40~50 minutes
Target age Elementary school students and above
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Provider Nishikiya Co., Ltd.

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