Osaka-Ya

★★★★☆
  • 2215 10th St

    Sacramento, CA 95818

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  • 916-446-6857

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Sat-Sun 9am-5pm, Mon 9am-4pm, Tue-Fri 9am-6pm

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they have the best shaved ice i have ever had. they also have the best mochi outside of japan, or so i have heard. but the stuff is good! highly recommended.

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they have the best shaved ice i have ever had. they also have the best mochi outside of japan, or so i have heard. but the stuff is good! highly recommended.

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this place has yummy shaved ice which is delicious in the summer time. they also have really good japanese desserts and other bento boxes that are good as well.

4
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this place has yummy shaved ice which is delicious in the summer time. they also have really good japanese desserts and other bento boxes that are good as well.

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It is oishi-desu and not takai nor chisai. A great family business that makes manju and mochi sweets. Definitely delicious. Best to get there 9:30 - 10 am on Saturdays before everything is sold out. I love the Girls Day sweets which they make for every Saturday in March. Boys Day not so much or will be nonexistence. Too bad because I get my cultural education from that. Wish I knew all of the delicacies by Japanese name. I bring it to my Japanese mother in law who lives in the Central Coast and she thoroughly enjoys it including my Chinese family

4
★★★★☆

It is oishi-desu and not takai nor chisai. A great family business that makes manju and mochi sweets. Definitely delicious. Best to get there 9:30 - 10 am on Saturdays before everything is sold out. I love the Girls Day sweets which they make for every Saturday in March. Boys Day not so much or will be nonexistence. Too bad because I get my cultural education from that. Wish I knew all of the delicacies by Japanese name. I bring it to my Japanese mother in law who lives in the Central Coast and she thoroughly enjoys it including my Chinese family

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