Shokujidokoro Musashi

Musashi and Sasaki-ya Kojiro Shoten are two soft-serve ice cream stores located right next to Kintai Bridge. The names Musashi and Sasaki-ya Kojiro are derived from the samurai warriors Miyamoto Musashi and Sasaki Kojiro, who fought a duel on Ganryu Island, a remote island near Yamaguchi Prefecture, in the 17th century. The two shops offer more than 50 kinds of soft-serve ice cream.

The attraction of Musashi Sasaki-ya Kojiro Shoten is the more than 50 varieties of soft-serve ice cream available at the two stores. In addition to the standard vanilla and chocolate flavors, you can also enjoy the familiar Japanese flavors of matcha green tea and bean paste, as well as more unusual flavors such as ramen noodles and supon mamushi. Some fried food items such as croquettes and potato fries are also available.


[Musashi]741-00811-23 Yokoyama 2 chome, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi[Kojiro]741-00815-32 Yokoyama 2-chome, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi
[Musashi] 9:00am - 6:00pm
[Kojiro] 9:00am - 7:00pm
※ Can vary depending on the season.
[Musashi] Open all year round
[Kojiro] Irregular holidays