The Best 10 Dessert Shops You Must Eat in Fukuoka, Japan

Japan is famous for its delicious sweets, and today we’ve listed 10 different sweets shops in Fukuoka that are famous for their delicious sweets. From Japanese traditional sweets to Western sweets, you can find many delicious and beautiful sweets in Fukuoka!


1. Mataichi no Shio

1. Mataichi no Shio
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Mataichi no Shio is famous for its delicious Hanajio Pudding, which combines sweet custards and high class sea salt as its ingredients.

The puddings are packed in small glass bottles. The sweet custards are made from fresh local eggs and milk. The puddings have very creamy textures, and the caramel sauce matches the flavor of the puddings perfectly!

■Information
Name: Mataichi no Shio Seienjo Kobo Tottan
Address: 3757 Shimakeya, Itoshima-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-92-330-8732
Business Hours: 10:00-17:00
No scheduled holidays

Website: http://mataichi.info/
Map: Map to Kobo Tottan

2. Niwaka Senbei Honpo Toundo

2. Niwaka Senbei Honpo Toundo
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Niwaka Senbei can be considered as one of the most famous rice crackers in Fukuoka, and it actually very famous among both the locals and the tourists. Niwaka Senbei has a very long history, as it was invented for the first time in 1906.

Niwaka Senbei uses high grade flour and eggs as its main ingredients, and it is baked with special mold. You can find three different box sizes of Niwaka Senbei (small, medium, and large). The Niwaka Senbei is wrapped in single package with Hakata dialect written on behind.

■Information
Name: Niwaka Senbei Honpo Toundo Hakata Ming
Address: 1-1 Hakataekimae Chuogai, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-92-431-4490
Business Hours: 9:00-21:00
Open Throughout The Year

Website: http://store.toundo.co.jp/
Map: Map to Niwaka Senbei Honpo Toundo Hakata Ming

3. Ganso Keiran Somen Matsuya

3. Ganso Keiran Somen Matsuya
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Keiran Somen is a traditional Japanese sweets from Fukuoka. Matsuya has been producing Keiran Somen since 1673, and Keiran Somen is very famous among the locals and the tourists. Made from eggs and sugar only, Keiran Somen has very soft textures.

Keiran Somen looks exactly like somen noodles, but it has very sweet flavor and it melts right away in your mouth. The sweets only lasts for two weeks, so make sure you eat them right away after purchasing it!

■Information
Name: Ganso Keiran Somen Matsuya
Address: 2-1-4 Hashimoto, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-92-812-6141
Business Hours: 9:00-19:00 (until 18:00 on Sunday and National Holidays)
Open Throughout The Year

Website: http://matsuya.fukuoka.jp/
Map: Map to Ganso Keiran Somen Matsuya

4. Imodensetsu

4. Imodensetsu
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Imodensetsu is famous for its superb sweet potato cake, and the shop has been selling many different types of sweet potato snacks since 1981. Not only sweet potato cake, but also daigaku imo and sweet potato karinto as well.

The shop of Imodensetsu is not so big, but it sells various types of sweet potato products at reasonable price. Definitely worth to stop by when you’re in Fukuoka for its delicious sweets!

■Information
Name: Imodensetsu
Address: 7-22 Sakaemachi, Moji-ku, Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-93-332-2471
Business Hours: 10:00-20:00

Map: Map to Imodensetsu

5. Melonpan Ice

5. Melonpan Ice
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Melonpan Ice is famous for its delicious melon bread ice cream, which consists a scoop of ice cream in between fresh baked melon bread. You can choose your favorite ice cream flavor, but we strongly recommend you to try one of these flavors if you have the chance: vanilla, chocolate, or matcha.

The texture of the bread is very crispy outside and fluffy inside, and the shop only serves fresh baked melon breads only (within 25 minutes). As the melon breads are fresh baked, the ice cream will melt away within 10 minutes, so you should eat it as soon as possible!

■Information
Name: Sekai de Nibanme ni Oishii Yakitate Melonpan Ice
Address: 1-2-2-1 Shinaikawa, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-942-65-6270
Business Hours: 10:00-22:00
Following the holiday schedule of Yume Town Kurume

Website: http://melonpan-ice.com/
Map: Map to Sekai de Nibanme ni Oishii Yakitate Melonpan Ice

 
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6. Ishimura Manseido

6. Ishimura Manseido
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Ishimura Manseido is famous for its delicious chocolate marshmallow, which was invented for the first time on White Day in 1977.

The chocolate marshmallow sold at Ishimura Manseido is very soft and fluffy on the outside, with melting sweet chocolate on the inside. The marshmallow is wrapped in single package, so you can buy it as souvenirs for your friends and family back home.

In addition to the chocolate marshmallow, Ishimura is famous for its delicious Western and traditional Japanese sweets as well!

■Information
Name: Ishimura Manseido Honten
Address: 2-1 Susakimachi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-92-291-1592
Business Hours: 9:00-19:30
Open Throughout The Year

Website: http://www.ishimura.co.jp/
Map: Map to Ishimura Manseido Honten

7. Tirol Chocolate Outlet Shop

7. Tirol Chocolate Outlet Shop
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Tirol chocolate is one of the most famous chocolate in Japan, and you can find many of them at the convenience store. The chocolate is very small, and you can buy a piece of them for less than JPY 100.

At the convenience store, normally you can only find 3-4 different flavors of Tirol choco, but at this outlet, you can find other flavors as well as the outlet offers seasonal flavors too.

As the outlet sells chocolate with defected package, you can purchase 80-100 pieces of Tirol choco for JPY 500, which is very cheap! Perfect to visit with the whole family and your friends!

■Information
Name: Tirol Chocolate Outlet Shop
Address: 1336-4 Kawamiya, Tagawa-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-947-44-0715
Business Hours: From 9:00
Open Throughout The Year

Map: Map to Tirol Chocolate Outlet Shop

8. Dolce di Rocca Carino

8. Dolce di Rocca Carino
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Dolce di Rocca Carino looks like a castle from the outside, and as you enter the shop, you would feel like you are entering a castle full of sweets! The shops is famous for its high quality sweets which are made from high quality local eggs, milk, butter, cream, and seasonal fruits.

The most famous sweets is CHIZZA, which is a fruits pie using Fukuoka’s famous Amaou strawberries, sour cherry, blackberry, blueberry, and raspberry. The filling of the pie is made from cream cheese, which matches perfectly with the fruity taste of the berries!

■Information
Name: Dolce di Rocca Carino
Address: 1-1-9 Hananoji, Wakamatsu-ku, Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-93-741-3855
Business Hours: 10:00-19:00
Closed on Mondays

Website: http://www.camc.jp/
Map: Map to Dolce di Rocca Carino

9. Kasanoya

9. Kasanoya
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Umegaemochi is one of the most famous traditional Japanese sweets from Fukuoka. Umegaemochi is a grilled mochi with anko (red bean paste) filling, and it has the plum flower (ume) mark on top of it.

Kasanoya is one of the oldest shops in Fukuoka selling Umegaemochi. The Umegaemochi at Kasanoya is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The flavor of the anko paste is not very sweet as well!

■Information
Name: Kasanoya
Address: 2-7-24 Saifu, Dazaifu-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-92-922-1010
Business Hours: 9:00-18:00
No Scheduled Holidays

Website: http://www.kasanoya.com/
Map: Map to Kasanoya

10. Suzukake

10. Suzukake
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Strawberry Daifuku, or also known as Ichigo Daifuku, is one of the most famous traditional Japanese sweets ever! Ichigo Daifuku consists a whole strawberry wrapped in anko (sweet red bean paste) and a thin mochi skin.

Established in 1923, Suzukake has been selling traditional Japanese sweets since a long time ago. Strawberry Daifuku is only available during the winter, so if you happen visiting Suzukake in other seasons, you should try its delicious Yokan, jelly, or Monaka instead!

■Information
Name: Hakata Suzukake Honten
Address: 12-20 Kamikawabatamachi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Tel: +81-92-291-0050
Business Hours: 9:00-20:00
No Scheduled Holidays

Website: http://www.suzukake.co.jp/
Map: Map to Hakata Suzukake Honten

Explore Fukuoka for its delicious sweets!

Fukuoka is not only famous for its delicious foods and great sightseeing spots, but it is also a home to many amazing sweets! From traditional Japanese sweets to modern Western sweets, you can basically find any types of sweets in Fukuoka! Explore Fukuoka to find your most favorite sweets!

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