About this sight
This snack place is well known for their mochi and most famous for its product "Naniwa no dento yasai". The name translates to "traditional vegetables of Naniwa", Naniwa being the old name for Osaka. After going extinct sometime in the past, local administration and farmers worked together to revive the traditional vegetables of the Naniwa area. Toyoshita Seika's "Naniwa no dento yasai" uses mochi, shaping them into various forms to look like the vegetables, such as kotsuma nankin (squash), suita kuwai (potato), kintoki (carrot) and other produce. The shop also offers other sweets, such as hard candy.
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