The taste of a representative long-established store of Sakai,
which was also loved by notable people throughout history.


Kurumimochi (Single 360 yen, Double 720 yen) are rice cakes coated with a unique and secret smooth green bean jam. There is an anecdote that Taiko Hideyoshi Toyotomi was impressed by the taste and gave the restaurant the name Kanbukuro. We also recommend trying Kori kurumimochi, kurumimochi topped with crunchy and fluffy shaved ice.

Korikurumimochi (Single 360 yen, Double 720 yen), Kurumimochi topped with fluffy shaved ice. This dish was cre

Kurumimochi is also suitable as a souvenir from Sakai. A popular option is to buy it in a special pot.

The shop opened with the name Izumiya at the end of the Kamakura period (1329). After that, the name was changed to Kanbukuro when Hideyoshi Toyotomi built Osaka Castle in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.

1-2-1, Shinzaike-cho-higashi, Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka
TEL: 072-233-1218
Open: 10:00 - 17:00 (It may be closed when it is sold out.)
Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday (Open on national holidays)