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Sengoku Sweets[1] (和菓子千石 (わがしせんごく) Wagashi Sengoku),[2] also spelled (千石屋 (せんごくや) Sengoku-ya)[3] is a Japanese confectionery shop in Tokyo. Tsukushi Makino works there part-time with her best friend, Yuki Matsuoka.[1] She earned less than 20,000 yen a month working there.[4]


Behind the scenes


  • Sengoku first appears in chapter one of the manga and becomes a reoccurring location.


Sengoku-ya in the anime

  • The shop's name is alternatively spelled 千石家 ("Sengoku House") in the 1996 anime adaptation. Like the manga, Tsukushi and Yuki work there part-time. It is first shown in "No Brand Girl!," when Sojiro and Rui happen to pass by. The shop appears intermittently from then on, usually to show Tsukushi talking out her problems with Yuki. In the final episode, it is mentioned that have been given a fifty yen raise.

Store in Meteor Garden

Sengoku-ya in Hana Yori Dango

Talent's Tea Shop

  • In Meteor Garden (2018), the shop is changed to Talent's Tea Shop which sells various types of milk tea. Dong Shan Cai (Tsukushi) and Jiang Xiao You (Yuki) work there together.
  • It is represented by a small set in the musical, Hana Yori Dango (2019). The shop only appears in one scene, showing Tsukushi and Yuki working.

Maytee O Garden

  • In F4 Thailand (2021), the shop is changed to a florist called Maytee O Garden, likely a play on Meteor Garden. It is owned by Gawao (Proprietress), and Gorya (Tsukushi) and Kaning (Yuki) both work there after school.



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