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  • JA Rokko no Megumi
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Nishi-ku Oshibedanichou Takawa Shikaijiyama 1557-1
    "A farmers market with an 800-square-meter sales floor which offers fresh, safe, and healthy local agricultural products. In addition to vegetables, cut flowers, potted plants, and fruit, the market also sells choice ""Kobe brand"" goods like foods, Kobe raised beef, and Kobe wines. The market holds seasonal events as well such as seasonal agricultural product tasting fairs."
  • Kobe Kitanozaka Toshogama
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Yamamotodori 2-14-261F
    A shop located a 15-minute walk from Sannomiya Station which carries Japanese modern style Japanese and Western tableware. Here you can find highly imaginative tableware which combines exquisite traditional skills with superb sensibilities. From reasonably priced small dishes to glass tableware and Mino ware porcelain created by skilled craftsmen, the shop is filled with unique designs perfect for entertaining guests. The shop's collection of lovingly crafted Japanese tableware such as the Yamato series, a tableware series adorned with novel designs and bold brush strokes, are highly popular with overseas buyers.
  • Main Building of the Otaru Music Box Museum
    689 Reviews
    Hokkaido Otarushi Sumiyoshichou 4-1
    This landmark of Otaru, the Otaru Music Box Museum is located on a corner of the Marchen Intersection of Otaru Sakaimachi street and Irifune street. Housed in a red brick structure built in 1912, this store displays music boxes collected from all over Japan and the world resplendent with a warm radiant atmosphere. The steam-powered clock by the entranceway announces the time every 15 minutes with a blast of steam and a melody. It is a popular photo opportunity spot.

    Various of choices for music box, no matter western style or Japanese typical. Right place to visit especially during winter, atmosphere of Christmas in the house

  • Kitaichi Glass Sangokan (Emporium No. 3)
    342 Reviews
    Hokkaido Otarushi Sakaimachi 7-26
    Kitaichi Glass Sangokan (Emporium No. 3) located a little south of the canal is a popular tourist attraction even in Otaru and is well known as a glassware store. It also contains retailers of original glass products such as colorful glasses and lamps as well as cafe bars where stained glass spreads across the ceiling. One of the popular shops is Kitaishi Hall which is lit by 167 oil lamps. Because you can order meals and confectionary in the shop, it is recommended as a place to have a break from sightseeing. This fantasy space that is just like entering the world of the movies is worth a visit.

    Very beautiful, crafted glassware of anything. Visit to just admire or select as souvenier/gifts. Bought some non-drip bottles for sauces. Requested shop to deliver to our hotel in Sapporo...

  • Awaji Highway Oasis, Bussankan
    Hyougo Pref. Awajishi Iwaya 2674-3
    This souvenir shop is at the Kobe-Awaji-Naruto Expressway's Awaji Service Area. They've served over 45 million bowls of their most popular item, Awaji Onion Soup loaded with Awaji Island grown onions. Their non-oil Awaji Onion Dressing with lots of roasted onion and a rich fragrance is popular too. Awaji Island's flagship Awaji Beer is a craft brew with a mild flavor that goes exceptionally well with the locale's fresh seafood.
  • Minacoicoiya
    13 Reviews
    Hyougo Pref. Minamiawajishi Yagiyougikami 1408
    This fresh food market is in Yagiyogikami, Minami Awaji City. They sell fresh Awaji Island fish, Awaji beef, and local produce including Awaji Island's famous onions. They also offer local hand-stretched somen noodles, prepared marine products, Awaji Island onion dressing, sweets, local sake, crafts, and more. You can dine in their food court, or at their restaurant that offers dishes with Awaji beef and Awaji Island onion.

    新玉ねぎを買いたくて寄りました。売り場の3分の1くらいが玉ねぎコーナーでした。色々な生産者の玉ねぎが売っていますが、種類はほぼ2種類。日持ちするものと、柔らかく生で食べる用のものですが、悩まなくていいからいいのかも。 野菜も売っていて、スーパーより少し安いくらいですが新鮮さと美味しさが違うので価値ありです。小さいですが魚や牛肉も売っていて、物に比べると安いと思います。

  • Fukura Marche
    12 Reviews
    Hyougo Pref. Minamiawajishi Fukura Kou 1530-2
    This specialty market is located in Fukurako, Minami Awaji City. Dealing only in products from Awaji Island, they offer fresh produce like Awaji's renowned onions, fresh fish caught in local waters, and prepared products made with the bounty of the island. Dine on items like seafood rice bowls you put together yourself with your choice of sashimi, Awaji Island pizza with heaps of local onion, and seasonal fare.

    i come here regularly. its all about local produce. as well as pizza they have a new fish burger-ey thing which is served in the pizza bread, i like it! you can also by sashimi from the shop section...

  • Kasumitsuru Fukuchiya
    Hyougo Pref. Mikatagunkamichou Kasumi-ku Kobara 600-2
    This sake brewery is on Prefectural Route 4 in Kobara, Kasumi Ward, Kami Town, Mikata County. They make choice Kasumitsuru sake brewed with the traditional Kimoto and Yamahai technique. You can reserve your spot for one of their free brewery tours and purchase a bottle or some of their original products made with sake and sake lees at their shop, which also holds free tastings. There are paid tastings in their lounge which offers sweets made with sake, too.
  • Marukai Watanabe Fishery
    Hyougo Pref. Mikatagunshinonsenchou Ashiya 853
    This marine products company is adjacent to Hamasaka Port in Ashiya, Shinonsen Town, Mikata County. There's a fresh seafood market on the first floor. Their Ajinamiki Eatery on the second floor serves set meals, rice bowl dishes, banquet cuisine, and more featuring seafood. The Aranami Sushi Shop opens during the evening from Friday to Sunday and on holidays.
  • Ningle Terrace
    Hokkaido Furanoshi Nakagoryou
    Ningle Terrace is a shopping area located in the forest adjacent to the New Furano Prince Hotel. Ningle appears in the book of the same name written by So Kuramoto and refers to the 15 centimeter-tall character known as The Wise Man of the Forest who lived in the forests of Hokkaido in the past. The line of small cottages in the forest with a collection of a variety of craft shops is like getting lost in a picture book. During the day, you can enjoy bathing in the forest while after sunset you can walk the romantic forest paths which are illuminated.
  • Otaru Taisho Glass Palace
    44 Reviews
    Hokkaido Otarushi Ironai 1-1-8
    Approximately 15 minutes on foot from JR Otaru Station, this shop was repurposed from the historical Natori Takasaburo Store built in 1906. Inside the shop are displays of Japanese style glass works made in Otaru City which are available for purchase. Nearby are a series of shops including the Vidro-Kan with its collection of miniature glass and the Tonbo Tama-Kan that features a workshop to try out glass production.

    You could not take any pictures in this building. There were really a series of buildings along the small canal that all had similar glass items. Mostly small tourist items but also many more...

  • Tanakaya
    Aomori Pref. Hirosakishi Ichibanchou Horn
    This is an old lacquer shop located a five-minute walk from Hirosaki Park, established in 1897. The storefront is unique for its blackened pillars using wood taken from a former municipal building. Inside the shop are Tsugaru lacquered items from chopsticks to low tables, using various coatings including Karanuri, Nanakonuri, or Susukinuri. In the sub-basement is a tea room with relaxing atmosphere. In the attached Tsugaru Lacquer Museum, one can observe a Tsugaru lacquer workshop through glass.
  • Kamasada
    Iwate Pref. Moriokashi Konyachou 2-5
    This is a long-established workshop that has continued to make nambu tekki (a famous type of ironware from the south of Iwate) since the Meiji period. The works produced by the third generation Nobuho Miya, who has experience living in Finland, are distinctive for being a combination of Japan’s old traditions and modern art. The functionality of simple yet outstanding nambu tekki has been garnering attention again recently.
  • HAGI GLASS Art Studio
    3 Reviews
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Tsubaki Higashi Kogenhama 1189 - 453
    The HAGI GLASS Art Studio is the only workshop making Hagi Glass in Hagi City. The Studio was established in 1992 with the aim of reviving the tradition of making Hagi Glass, which was first developed in 1859 by Nakashima Jihei, a feudal retainer of the Choshu domain. The HAGI GLASS Art Studio creates a wide range of products that make great gifts, including pale green quartz basalt glassware, 10-sided Hagi facet glass vessels, etc. The Studio also has a classroom where visitors can try their hand at making glassware.

    The glass made on site is apparently full of scratches and is just beautiful and also completely heat resistant. Worth a visit to watch the glass blowing.

  • Yuzuya Honten (flagship shop)
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Tsubaki Higashi Nagoya 1189
    This shop creates and sells hand-made citrus products with absolutely no preservatives, coloring, or additives from summer oranges, sour oranges, yuzu citruses, which are the specialty fruits of Hagi. At the direct-sales shop the fresh natsumikan (summer orange) juice is popular, while such items for order as the sliced natsumikan, marmalade and yuzu citrus vinegar are arrayed for tasting. During certain seasons, one can watch them make the citrus products.
  • Senshunraku Jozan
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Horiuchi 31-15
    Senshunraku Jozan is a ceramics workshop which has Kaneko Nobuhiko, a ceramist who has won many awards including the Yamaguchi Prefecture Cultural Achievement Award, working there; here, visitors can experience the beauty of Hagi-ware, a ceramic tradition with a history going back more than 400 years. Besides opportunities to view the potters at work and have a guided tour of the bank kiln, there is also a gallery showcasing the workshop’s creations and a large gift shop. In the experiential classroom, visitors can enjoy learning how to paint Hagi-ware, how to shape pots by hand, etc. Meals can be arranged for larger groups of visitors.
  • Omori Japanese Candle shop
    23 Reviews
    Ehime Pref. Kitagunuchikochou Uchiko 2214
    Omori Japanese Candle is a shop selling traditional Japanese wax candles, located in Uchiko Town, where the wax-making and Washi (traditional Japanese hand-made paper) industries flourished during the Edo and Meiji periods. A section of a wax candle made in the traditional way (which has been handed down for over 200 years) shows a ring-like pattern; with no coloring or decorative motifs, the candles have a simple beauty. These are long-lasting candles that produce little soot and don’t suffer from dripping wax. The candles have attracted a great deal of interest in other countries, and are featured on the website of the British Museum. Omori Japanese Candle is located around 15 minutes’ walk from Uchiko Station.

    Although I had earmarked the Candle Shop for a visit prior to arriving in Uchiko, I must have passed-by the unassuming entrance to the shop several times before I realised that the paper lantern with...

  • Shiseido Gallery
    31 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 8-8-3 Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building B1
    The Shiseido Gallery was originally opened in 1919, making it oldest surviving art gallery in Japan. The Shiseido Gallery's vision is to contribute to the discovery and creation of new types of beauty; focusing on contemporary art, the Gallery works actively to showcase art that embodies the contemporary era while demonstrating both cutting-edge innovation and purity. In 2001, the Shiseido Gallery reopened in the B1 level of the Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building. With an exhibition space that features a ceiling that is more than five meters in height, making it the highest in the Ginza area, the new Shiseido Gallery has attracted a great deal of interest from international artists.

    Basement floor. Cool space. It’s a quick visit, but so worth it! It’s in Ginza so you can check it out between shopping sightseeing. Hermes 8th floor gallery also cool if you are going to shiseido

  • On Sundays
    5 Reviews
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 3-7-6 In Watarium Museum
    This is a museum shop and café of the “WATARI-UM Watari Museum of Contemporary Art” in Jingumae, Shibuya. The first floor sells stationery postcard collections and original products by Japanese and international artists. The basement floor is a bookshop with a rich assortment of art books such as design books and photograph collections from around the world. At the café you can enjoy authentic espresso, tea and light meals while being immersed in contemporary art. Talk events are also held.

    外苑西通りにある異質なコンクリートの建物。ワタリウム美術館に併設されたお店がon sundays’。1階と地下に広がる店内いっぱいにステーショナリーや雑貨が。珍しい物が多くて、ゆっくり見ていたらとんでもない時間が過ぎています。FREITAGも取り扱っています!

  • Fujiya
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 2-2-15
    This is a store in Asakusa that specializes in tenugui (a thin Japanese hand towel made of cotton) made with a traditional technique called “chusen-zome,” which consists of dyeing by pouring the color on the fabric and putting a special glue on areas not to be dyed. It is very popular in Asakusa for souvenirs, with its various tenugui dyed in the designs of lucky elements such as red sea bream, the Seven Deities and other designs of all seasons. Closed on Thursdays. Credit cards are not accepted.

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