The second master of the shop didn’t have a child to take over the
business. Thus, he adopted the third master and this master
What the third master particularly emphasized in his style was the concept of “morning fresh sweets”,
We sincerely hope the customers enjoy our fresh, handmade,
sweets made from our heart. This traditional recipe has a timeless taste inherited from past generations and lasting until now. In 2004 we opened a café in the shop, so customers can enjoy eating kudzu starch noodles, or seasonal treats such as shaved ice in the summer and sweet red bean soup in the winter.
Please come by the café and enjoy our seasonal selections along with other sweets.
62, Temmacho, Naka-ku Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka, 430-0935, Japan
Closed: Every Wednesday
Since Ganyudo’s foundation in the early Meiji period, our Japanese sweets have retained our unique taste and are made by traditional methods.
As much as possible, we avoid using preservatives and additives to serve fresh, healthy, Japanese sweets to our customers.
We hope our heart filled, hand crafted Japanese sweets will become one of your daily pleasures. Our sweets also make great gifts for special occasions.