Japanese Confectionery - Horaiya was established in 1688 and the owner is the 12th generation of the confectionery.
Within its long history, there was a time when they served for the local govener, Yamamura Daikan. Also until the beginning of the Showa period, "horse fair" was often held and Horaiya's confectionery made an excellent souvenier. (it was quite flourishing, 5,000 Kiso horses were sold at the fair)
Since the establishment, Horaiya opens its store at the same place, prospering with the long history of Kiso. They make traditional Japanese confection mixing modern taste.
Please stop by at Horaiya when you visit Kiso.
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