Shinsengumi (Edo period shogunate policemen) 4,100 yen
Koban (Edo period gold coin) 380 yen
Jitte (Edo period weapon) from 900 yen
Shuriken (Japanese throwing star weapon) from 200 yen
Lantern from 780 yen
Inro (Traditional Japanese case for carrying small items) from 2,980 yen
Toei Kyoto Studio Park Cheese Cookies
Toei Original Ukkari Tsutsumi Sweets
Toei Studio Park Mikasa Red-bean
Yatsuhashi Rice-flower Cinnamon Sweets
What comes to your mind when speaking of TOEI Studio Park...? Well, anybody would say Ninjas! Choose your favorites among the many ninja-related items available!! Surely the most popular is "Shuriken Sablé".
One day the crow, "Kachinta" went out on a trip and returned to his hometown, Uzumasa, bringing back rare items... Unfortunately, the "Kachinta" goods sell out very fast! Which ones would you like?!
The raw “Yatsuhashi” are made with rice “Koshihikari”, coming from Fukui Prefecture. Carefully ground with a stone mill to produce fine flour for the raw “Yatsuhashi”. For the sweet beans, azuki beans from Hokkaido are gently boiled with exceptional water from Fukui prefecture.
Let's go back in history right back to the second year of the Genroku period. After the death of Yatsuhashi Kengyo, his students started selling koto (Japanese harp) shaped sweets in the teahouse of the Shogoin Temple. This was the beginning of the "Yatsuhashi" sweets. An old traditional taste to enjoy!
"Yuko", a raw Yatsuhashi with coarse sweet beans, is a confectionery named after the heroine Yuko Katagiri, associated with the literature of Mizukami (the novel “Gobanchou Yugirirou”). This sweet expresses her lovely and neat image. Now, not only in the classic cinnamon and Matcha flavors, but also available in "limited seasonal flavors".
It has its origins in old Kyoto. Through the tradition and culture of confectionery making, Kogetsu sweets have a combination of appreciation and freshness. Light sugar cream sandwiched by rice crackers that melt in your mouth. These "Senju Senbei" are popular among all ages.
Founded in the 17th year of the Meiji period. The founder, Tsunoda Masakichi invented the "Ebisugawa Goshiki Mame (Japanese bean sweet)", which became famous later as a Kyoto specialty along with the "Yatsuhashi". Including the "Goshiki Mame", many other handmade Japanese and Kyoto sweets are sold, such as the popular Uji Matcha green tea dango and the "Suhamadango".
Everything comes from the earth below. Kyoto Uzumasa - Kyoto Mori is the only pickle shop in the Studio Park and is most committed in making vegetables on his own farm. Please enjoy delicious Kyoto pickles, each one uniquely different from one another, made only from select Kyoto vegetables.
We handle specialty products of Kyoto, such as green tea (Uji cha), Kyoto Ochazuke (dish made by pouring hot green tea over rice), Kyoto Shichimi (chili powder), and other local specialty products.
The Shinise Mall (Waza) offers a selection of recommended items from among Kyoto' s many traditional crafts. In addition to Kyoto Lacquerware and “Kiyomizu-Yaki” pottery, in the Shinise Mall (Waza) you will find many well-established traditional items, such as the Nishijin textiles, Kyoto inlay work, silver work, Kyoto rosaries, Kyoto spinning tops and more.