Hanamegumi Sangenjaya Honten


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Located a within a quiet residential area, approximately a ten-minute walk from Sangenjaya Station, Hanamegumi specialises in honey and carries a vast range of products, including acacia honey, or Akashiya-mitsu in Japanese(¥1,260), Original Hachimitsu Kajitsu no Iyokan and sudachi (¥1,050). Additionally, they also sell hachimitsu-yaki (baked honey sweets) during the winter and kakigoori (shaved ice) during the summer – priced at ¥150 and ¥400 respectively. The shop is run by a particularly friendly married couple, which has enough space to seat three people.


2-6-7 Sangenjaya, Setagaya, Tokyo

Transport Sangen-jaya Station (Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line)

Telephone 03 5486 8383

Open Tue-Sun 10am-6pm / closed Mon, the third Tue of every month

Admission Hachimitsu-yaki ¥150; Acacia honey ¥1,260


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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