Cute and delicious, the "dove shortbread" is a popular Kamakura souvenir
A Japanese confectionery founded in 1894. Best known for shortbread made in the shape of doves, which are said to be messengers of the gods at Tsurugaoka Hachimangū. Loved for their buttery flavor and crispy texture.
|NOTES RE: CLOSINGS||Open on national holidays. Open during Golden Week, Obon, the year-end and New Year's holiday|
|COST||Dove Shortbread 540 yen (5 Pieces)／Dove Shortbread Magnets 600 yen (5 Pieces)／|
|ADDRESS||2-11-19 Komachi, Kamakura-shi|
|ACCESS||5 min. walk from Kamakura Station on JR Yokosuka Line|
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