Japanese Sweet 'Shinko' & Autumn Foliage At A Restaurant Continued For 400 years On The Foot Of Mt.Atago

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Shinko' is made from rice flour and steamed in a traditional cooking stove. And its characteristic shape is derived from the winding path to the Atado Shrine. This chewy texture and sweet taste give the comfortable rest for the visitors. Even more, the autumn foliage seen from the restaurant is wonderful, the veranda is a special seats!

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