Established in the 18th year of the Meiji era, this shop is a branch store of Eitaro Sohonpo. It was opened by an employee of the parent store, with their support. The character of the area is reflected in the name 'shiba,' or 'lawn,' as there were many cultivated intellectuals living there. Our representative confectionery, a type of monaka, was given the name "Enoshima" by one such person, Koyo Ozaki. In addition, the typeface on the shopfront signage is by Taro Okamoto, further strengthening ties to previous generations.
|Hours||Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.|
Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
|Holiday||Sunday, national holidays, and Saturdays in August|
|Transportation||4 minutes on foot from the north exit at JR Hamamatsucho Station|
1 minute on foot from Daimon Station Exit A5 on the Toei Subway Asakusa Line or Oedo Line