Numanoya is a historic shop that has produced and sold Onuma’s specialty, Onuma Dango (sweetened rice cakes), for over 100 years. Starting in 1905, the original dango master, Horiguchi Kamekichi, made these marshmallow-Esque treats for tourists visiting the Onuma Quasi-National Park, and the tradition continues today. Onuma Dango is bite-sized dumplings made from mochi (pounded sticky rice) and have a tender yet chewy texture. The shop’s typical selection showcases the flavors of Japan, including Anko (a sweetened red bean paste), aromatic black sesame, and a tangy soy sauce. Renowned for its amazing Japanese garden scenery, and unhindered views of the famous stratovolcano Mt. Komagatake, Onuma Quasi-National Park is a picture-perfect setting to enjoy these classic Japanese desserts.
145 Onumacho, Nanae-cho, Kameda-gun, Hokkaido