Sekijuku was the 53rd post town on the Tokaido road, with a tradition of making Sekinoto since the Edo period of Kanei Era. Descriptions of ninjas from this era were discovered in ancient documents that remain in Fukagawaya to this day. Japanese culture is passed on through Ninja style confections.
387 Sekicho Nakamachi, Kameyama 519-1112
• Take the train from Nagoya to Kameyama (75 minutes) • Change trains at Kameyama towards Seki (6 minutes) • Walk from Seki Station (about 8 minutes)
9:00AM–6:30PM (Open from the first batch to the last)
Closed on Thursdays (Fridays if Thursday is a public holiday)
|Price||Varies by order|
|Websites||Official Site (JPN)http://www.sekinoto.com/|