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  • Miyagedokoro Chuyo Honten Sea Station
    Mie Pref. Shimashi Isobechouhasama 937-8
    This souvenir shop is just a little way off of Route 167 in Shima City, Mie Prefecture. They offer an enormous variety of specialty items including Ise tea, Matsusaka beef, Ise shrimp crackers, pearl oyster crackers boxed as souvenirs, Jingu-no-Kakehashi cheese cake sticks made with Ise tea, and natural seaweed from Iseshima including hijiki, wakame, and mekabu. You can also try soft-serve ice cream made with green algae, freshly fried tempura, Maruten isoage (fried seafood cake skewers), and more.
  • Sankai no Sato Kisei
    Mie Pref. Wataraiguntaikichou Saki 2154-1
    This direct sales store sells local specialty products. The marker for this store is a billboard with a treasure ship ridden by a cow and fish. As their name suggests, they carry a rich variety of both food from the mountains such as shiitake mushrooms, dairy products and vegetables from Ouchiyama, and seafood from Nishiki. In particular, the Ouchiyama brand of dairy products is popular not just for their milk but also their yogurt and soft pudding. The store is a participating member of the Mie Prefecture bargain service Mie Shokutabi Passport.
  • Furusato Ajikobo Aguri
    Mie Pref. Wataraiguntamakichou Hara 4254 - 1 Aspia Tamagusu
    This direct sales store for agricultural and livestock products in Tamaki Town is located inside a park called Asupia Tamaki. They sell local food ingredients centered on livestock products raised in Tamaki Town. The hand-made sausages in particular won the 28th International Professional Competition. Classes to experience making bread and sausages are available with reservations. You can enjoy barbecued dishes and set meals centered on sausages and pork at the barbecue house. Local rice and takoyaki octopus balls are also sold in an adjoining building.
  • Agurinmura
    Aichi Pref. Nagakuteshi Maeguma Tan Shimoda 134
    A large farmer's market located in Nagakute City, Aichi Prefecture. Dedicated to local production for local consumption, the facility has a bakery and a restaurant; meanwhile, the Ichi Gozarasse farm fresh shop sells fresh, seasonal agricultural products. Events are also regularly held here in which local residents participate. The facility has parking for large busses and is frequented by tourists.
  • Nishio City Ikoi-no-Noen Rose Garden
    12 Reviews
    Aichi Pref. Nishioshi Saitouchou Owari 28
    A gardening and produce shopping center standing along Prefectural Route 41 in Owari Saito-cho, Nishio City. The facility has an area displaying and selling potted plants and seedlings, a landscape gardening corner which also provides advice on cultivation methods, a farm direct corner selling agricultural products and gardening materials, and a rose garden planted with 200 kinds and some 3,500 rose plants. The facility also holds sales, gardening lectures, and other events.

    バラの季節が一番お勧めですが いつでも花がたくさんあり 購入することが出来ます 大きな花屋さんということです 広くて きれいな庭もたくさんあるので 無料の公園ともとれます 駐車場が直ぐにいっぱいになるので 入口前に止めようとしない方が 直ぐに見つかると思います

  • Yuraku Confectionery Co., Ltd. Toyohashi Yume Factory Direct Dealer Store
    5 Reviews
    Aichi Pref. Toyohashishi Harachou Zousha 88
    A confectionary factory located in Zosha Hara-cho, Toyohashi City. Yuraku Confectionery's signature product is Black Thunder candy bars. In the adjoining shop, visitors can purchase Toyohashi Black Thunder Mini Bars, available only in Toyohashi; as well as Hokkaido White Black Thunder, Tokyo Black Thunder, and other regionally exclusive varieties.


  • Toi Tokusan Ichi Arigato
    3 Reviews
    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Toi 2657-1
    This bustling market offers Nishi-Izu Toi specialties such as fresh vegetables shipped straight from local farmers, marine products including dried fish, and more. Neighboring facilities include the Ogon no Yu foot baths, notable for the old-fashioned watchtower that serves as their landmark, as well as a tourist information center that offers bicycle rentals and other services.


  • Agriculture Station Green Plaza Izunokuni
    Shizuoka Pref. Izunokunishi Nirayamayamaki 54-3
    This farmer's market offers fresh and safe local agricultural products delivered each morning by local producers. Its shelves are packed with items including handmade processed products, flowers, seedlings, and more. It also holds a special sale once a month visited by many people starting from early in the morning.
  • Agriculture Station Izu
    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Kashiwakubo 108
    Come and browse the seasonal tastes of Izu at this lively farmer's market with an interior styled like a French marche. It offers fresh and safe local agricultural products delivered by producers each morning, as well as handmade processed products, flowers, and seedlings. It also carries an exhaustive selection of agricultural materials suited for home gardeners and professional farmers alike.
  • Yui Sakura Ebi-Kan
    Shizuoka Pref. Shizuokashi Shimizu-ku Yui 672-1
    This restaurant in Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City is best known for their cuisine made with local specialty Yui sakura-shrimp, but they also direct-sell shaved bonito and souvenirs. Their large group dining hall has 406 seats (reservations required) making this a perfect sightseeing spot for group tours. One popular option for those using the group dining hall, is the all-you-can-sprinkle flaked bonito for free.
  • Yui Fisheries Cooperative Association Direct Sales Store
    Shizuoka Pref. Shizuokashi Shimizu-ku Yuimajuku Beach 1127
    A direct sales fishermen's market in Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City. Located on the east side of Yui Port here you can taste the fresh seafood of the waters surrounding Shizuoka sold directly by the local fishermen's coop. They offer a variety of fresh seafood including sakura shrimp and whitebait. They also have a variety of processed goods including shrimp tempura and fish paste cakes made from sakura-shrimp.
  • Yataro Outlet Store
    Shizuoka Pref. Hamamatsushi Higashi-ku Marudukachou 169
    A wholesaler for food products located in Maruzuka Town, Higashi Ward, Hamamatsu City. It is adjacent to the Yataro Group-manufacturing plant, which operates a shop, provides school lunches,-and makes and sells bread, sweets and especially Jiichiro-famous for baumkuchen. They sell both sides of a baumkuchen, bread, lunches, sides, and vegetables at reasonable outlet prices.
  • JA Topia Hamamatsu Farmer's Market (Mikatahara Store)
    Shizuoka Pref. Hamamatsushi Kita-ku Nearaichou 1213-2
    This farmer's market is located on the side of National Route 257 in Nearai-cho, Kita Ward, Hamamatsu City. It offers agricultural products such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, and eggs from local farmers, processed products such as pickles, seasonings, and condiments, and more. Of the four farmer's markets operated by JA Topia Hamamatsu, this one is notable for the variety of flowers on offer.
  • JA Ohmifuji Farmer's Market Ouminchi
    15 Reviews
    Shiga Pref. Moriyamashi Sumotochou 2785
    A farmer’s market situated along National Route 477 in Sumoto-cho, Moriyama City. Here visitors can buy locally produced farm-fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers, and more. The adjoining restaurant serves dishes made with local ingredients all-you-can-eat buffet style. After enjoying a meal here, be sure to try some seasonal gelato as well.


  • JA Kinosato Farmers Market Mekkemon Square
    4 Reviews
    Wakayama Pref. Kinokawashi Toyoda 56-3
    This farmers market is about a 30-minute drive from the Hanwa Expressway's Sennan Interchange. The largest of the JA Kinosato locations, it's bursting with local produce like fruit and vegetables. They also have a variety of other items including flowers like spray mums, tricolor chrysanthemums, and roses, prepared foods like dried plums, pickles, and Kinzanji miso, handicrafts, and more. Their food court features items like gelato, soft serve cream, rice balls, and curry made with fine ingredients. Take-out is also available.

    今年も訪ねた『めっけもん広場』お目当ての 桃は連休明けか?訪ねるのが遅い?かも知れないが、、平日午前にも拘わらず駐車待ちで時間も取られるほどの人出でで賑わっており、桃の品数も少なく確保待ちの人気でした。でも荒川の桃、買わなきゃ損の 『めっけもん広場』です。これから葡萄、柿、ミカンと紀の川詣でが始まりです。

  • JA Kihoku Kawakami Farmers Market Yacchon Square
    Wakayama Pref. Hashimotoshi Kishikami 522-1
    "This farmers market is beside the Kinokawa River in Hashimoto City. “Yacchon"" refers to the name of the plaza it's located at and means “come on down"" and “leave it tome."" It aims to always be bustling with smiling and satisfied customers. They feature fresh vegetables harvested that very morning and it's clear what and when all the produce was raised. They offer seasonal vegetables and fruit and gelato made with it on the first floor, and other local cuisine on the second floor."
  • Kubo Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okayama Okayama-shi Kita-ku
  • Mizube no Eki Ai no Sato Niyodogawa
    Kouchi Pref. Agawaguninochou Yananosehonmura 551
    This diner and farmers market is located on the side of National Route 194 in Yananosehonmura, Ino Town, Agawa County. It offers fresh local fruits and vegetables, as well as other items. At the diner, guests can enjoy local flavors while taking in views of the clear blue Niyodo River. There is also an adjacent slope down to the river’s shore.
  • Umi-no-Nakamichi Umibe-no-Sato
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashihigashiku Otake 4-3-123
    A local specialty products hall located in Higashi Ward, Fukuoka City. Here customers can purchase souvenirs from Shika Island and enjoy donburi rice bowls and sashimi made with the island's famous turban shell in the hall's restaurant, Genkai Genzo. The hall's souvenir shop sells wild wakame seaweed, turban shell, and dried fish from seafood island; seasonings and condiments from a long-standing soy sauce maker; and more, attracting large numbers of customers.


  • Sanren-Suisha no Sato Asakura
    Fukuoka Pref. Asakurashi Yamada 2192-1
    A farmers market located in Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Selling fresh, locally picked agricultural products, customers can purchase vegetables and fruits at reasonable prices. The establishment also carries processed and ready to eat foods such as vegetable jams and fried rice kits and pickles made with takana (mustard greens). The market also irregularly opens up travelling markets selling agricultural products outside of Asakura City.

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