Komachi

By Alec Jordan

Komachi, more so than just about any dagashiya I’ve seen, represents the best of what the traditional type of Japanese candy store has to offer. The shop has been around for less than 10 years, but it’s become a hit with locals due to the efforts of the owner, Mr. Tojiro Nakayama. Nakayama originally lived in rural Akita Prefecture, and has brought something of his hometown to Tokyo. Komachi boasts handmade toys, cheap snacks, and local Akita specialties such as chirinashi yakisoba and fresh butter mochi.

Address: 5-39-23 Honcho, Koganei-shi

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