It is a specialty of Odawara who kept its manufacturing methods and traditions since the birth of Muromachi period about 600 years ago. It features steamed rice flour as raw material, dusty texture and elegant sweetness. In addition to the standard “white” of photos, we sell all five types including “chestnut” and “red bean”. By the way, the etymology of Garou (wairo) is lightly off, alias of medicine effective for bad breath. There are various theories that it turned out to be referred to as “euro” because the rice flour was used for reworking after drinking medicine, as well as appearance and speech were similar to the medicine.

ADDRESS 1-13-17 Honcho, Odawara-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0465-24-0560 

10:00-17:30 (April~October)※Sunday:10:00-17:00
10:00-17:00 (November~March)


Wednesday, the 3nd Thursday, Year-end and New Year holidays


a 12 minute walk from JR Tokaido Line 「Odawara」station. By car: about 15 minutes from 「Ogikubo IC」exit on Odawara-Atsugi Road.

HP http://www.uirou.co.jp/

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