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  • Owakudani Kurotamago Kan
    43 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Sengokuhara 1251
    A tourism facility located in the Owakudani valley, a popular sightseeing spot in Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture. The facility’s famed “kurotamago” (“black eggs”) boiled eggs are cooked using the local geothermal heat and turn black from the influence of volcanic gasses; it is said one’s life is extended by seven years eating just one. You can enjoy a kurotamago in the facility or take some home as a souvenir. In addition to a souvenir shop, there’s a hiking trail where visitors can see the smoking grounds of Owakudani, Mt. Fuji, and the natural beauty of Hakone; an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant; and the Hakone GeoMuseum, where visitors can learn about volcanic Mt. Hakone.

    While visiting the area we stopped here to have lunch and also get out of the weather, unfortunately it was raining and foggy the day we visited. Very good selection of food to choose from and also...

  • Gallery Miyabi Main Store
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-5-8
    This is a souvenir vendor that operates two shops on Komachi-dori Street. They offer folding fans, Kamakura-style key chains and chopsticks that delight even foreign visitors. Since the more reasonable items can be bought for 100 yen or so, it is a popular souvenir shop for school trips.
  • Waraku
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yukinoshita 1-6-28
    A chopstick specialty shop located between Komachi-dori Avenue and Wakamiya Oji, which extends from Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. The shop carries over 1,000 varieties of chopsticks and chopstick rests crafted according to traditional craft styles found throughout Japan, including Kamakura-bori carving. Waraku also stocks an abundance of items relating to chopsticks such as chopstick boxes. Based on the belief that chopsticks can be a bridge to the soul and that they tie lives together, Waraku seeks to share the Japanese culture of chopsticks.
  • Gallery Ya second
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-2-20
  • Domen Shoten
    Hiroshima Pref. Akitakatashi Midorichouhongou 4627 Kagura Monmen Yuji Murauchi
    At this souvenir shop inside Kagura Monzen Toji Village, you’ll find a selection of rare Akitakata folk crafts and delicious seasonal food items. Inside the shop they sell a variety of unique ice cream flavors including Jomon ice cream and wild rice ice cream. Get souvenirs, and try some dessert after enjoying Akitakata gourmet cuisine in the Village.
  • Kaieki San-no-Seki
    Hiroshima Pref. Kureshi Shimokamagarichou Shimoshima 2358-1
    A local specialty shop in Kure City, Hiroshima Prefecture. Come and find local specialties and processed food from Shimo-Kamagari Island including hijiki and citrus fruits. Also, try their popular Jako-tempura which isn’t fried until you order it. It sells out quickly and is popular with tourists.
  • Matsue Horikawa Local Beer Hall
    38 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shimane Pref. Matsueshi Kurodachou 509-1
    "This is a beer hall where you can enjoy a Matsue local beer called ""Beer Hearn"". Also, at the beer restaurant visitors can eat Shimane Wagyu Beef and Shinjiko Shicchin, seven types of seafoods that can be found in the Seto Inland Sea. You can also enjoy five types of local beers at the beer counter overlooking the souvenir corner and the beer factory. It is a convenient facility that is walking distance from the Matsue Castle and Shiomi Nawate tourist site lined with traditional Japanese houses. "

    Our group stopped here for lunch after our tour of the Castle and grounds. Our bus parked in their lot and we walked to the castle. On our return walk back we passed by both the Samurai house museum...

  • Third generation Darumaya Mashimo
    Gunma Pref. Takasakishi Yachiyomachi 2-4-5
    "This specialty Daruma shop is located in Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture. It sells a number of different Daruma, including traditional Takasaki Daruma, original Daruma and Daruma based on famous characters. There are also plenty of unique products, such as ""Make-your-own Daruma"" where customers can draw their own beard onto the Daruma, and ""Limited Design Daruma"", which come with colorful florets. Customers can also request their own choice of writing to be drawn on the Daruma."
  • Ueno Village Fureaikan
    2 Reviews
    Gunma Pref. Tanogunuenomura Narahara 316-1
    This tourism facility is located in Ueno Village, Tano County, Gunma Prefecture, at the final stop of the Ueno Village bus route. It is operated by Ueno Cooperative Association of Fisheries. In addition to sightseeing information provided by large multi-screen monitors and television broadcasts, there is also a rest area where visitors can find information on the internet. There is also a shop which sells a large selection of Ueno Village souvenirs, including products made from Jukkoku miso and inobuta (a wild boar—domestic pig hybrid), and a café corner, where visitors can enjoy coffee, ice cream and a mushroom curry made with an abundant amount of locally grown mushrooms.


  • Yoritomo (Yubatake Store)
    Gunma Pref. Agatsumagunkusatsumachi Kusatsu 116-2
    This souvenir shop’s doorway curtain hangs in the Kusatsu Onsenkyo Hot Spring Village Yubatake area. The name of the shop comes from the legend of Minamoto no Yoritomo, who was healed by Kusatsu’s spring water. The main souvenir sold here is Tamari pickles, which is one of the local delicacies. There are also unusual pickled foods such as onions lining the shelves. There are perfect gourmet food for eating on the move. There are also hot Amazake for adults and Gunma’s famous Konjac Oden. One of the most popular items on the plentiful menu is the slow-boiled egg which is cooked in hot spring water. It can be served in a cup, so it is easy to eat, or taken home to eat, since it will keep for a long time.
  • Miharashi-tei
    Ibaraki Pref. Mitoshi Tokiwachou 1-3-2 in the paradise paradise
    A local specialty products shop carrying renowned sweets, liquors, and other goods from Ibaraki Prefecture which adjoins the east gate of Kairakuen Park a 20-minute drive from the Mito interchange on the Joban Expressway on National Route 50. The single-story shop is housed in a wooden building modeled after a tea ceremony arbor (sukiya style). In addition to the product floor, there's also a rest space and a pamphlet corner where visitors will find an abundance of information on the area. The shop also serves as a base camp for sightseeing in Ibaraki and the Mito area. In addition, there's a corner displaying the most popular items as well as a corner which displays local crafts for sale. The shop's selection of over 700 items includes seasonal selections of specialty products and sweets.
  • Omiyagedokoro Sumiya
    4 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Kinugawaonsenohara 1396-8
    "This souvenir shop directly operated by the Asaya Hotel is located in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture. It carries numerous original products and Nikko souvenirs such as ""Asaya Tokusei Onsen Manju"" and ""Asaya Tokusei Wagyu Curry."" In addition, there is also a rest space inside the kominka (old Japanese-style house) style interior, making it visited by many tourists."


  • Murakami Toyohachi Shouten
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Matsubarachou 256
    This venerable 120 year-old handicraft shop is located in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture. Visitors can purchase works of the local traditional handicraft Nikko-bori. This style of woodcarving that originated in Nikko uses a tool called a Hikkaki-gatana. The shop also carries a wide variety of other products including interior goods and stationery. Visitors can also try their hand at Nikko-bori woodcarving (reservation required). The shop is visited by many tourists looking for Nikko souvenirs.
  • Touraku
    Tochigi Pref. Hagagunmashikomachi Mashiko 2983-3
    This Japanese tableware shop is located at the Mashiko ware Kamamoto Yokoyama pottery in Haga County, Tochigi Prefecture. It offers a wide variety of products, including Japanese-style tableware and sundries, with a focus on the works of younger Mashiko ware potters. The shop, which also holds a different solo exhibit in its gallery each month, is often visited by pottery-lovers in search of souvenirs.
  • Nasu Kogen HERB's
    1 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Nasugunnasumachi Takaku Otsu 3589-3
    This herb shop is located in Nasu Highland. It features a wide variety of facilities including a tea cafe offering herbal teas, an herb garden and a green house garden that visitors can tour, and more. It also has a shop where visitors can purchase herbal aromas and other herb-related items. The shop is visited by many tourists looking to buy souvenirs.

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  • Mashiko-yaki Pottery Cooperative Sales Center
    Tochigi Pref. Hagagunmashikomachi Mashiko 706-2
    A souvenir shop is in Mashiko Town, Haga County, Tochigi Prefecture. Located in the Mashiko ware shopping town there are a number of shops including galleries of famous masters' pottery, ceramic workshops where you can try your hand at throwing pots or ceramic glazing, souvenir shops, local produce shops, and restaurants. They also open a special pottery fair in spring and fall drawing people from great distances.
  • Fukubedou
    Tochigi Pref. Utsunomiyashi Odori 2-4-8
    A souvenir shop in Utsunomiya City that sells traditional crafts of Tochigi prefecture called Fukube Handiworks. Fukube Handiworks include their famous masks to ward off evil spirits, daruma, and accessory cases, as well as gourd, Pellet drums, and Kibuna folk toys. There are also handiworks making classes offered for children.
  • Taihei Kikan
    17 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Ashikagashi Isechou 3-6-4
    A tourist information facility in Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture. Built to commemorate the 1991 broadcasting of the Taiheiki historical drama, here you can find information about Ashikaga as well as local souvenirs for sale. Along with regional sweets, original goods, and finished goods for sale you can also rent bicycles.


  • Seagull
    Chiba Pref. Isumigunonjukumachi Hama 1688
    This souvenir shop is in front of Onjuku Station. Items available include classy sweets like their popular Tsuki-no-Sabaku Custard Cake, marine products such as locally harvested nori and hijiki seaweed, and original Onjuku merchandise like T-shirts and key holders. They also have merchandise of Ebi Amigo, Onjuku's mascot.
  • Kameya Honten (Kamogawa Shop)
    Chiba Pref. Kamogawashi Yokosuka 1067-3
    "This souvenir shop is on the Sotobo-Kuroshio Line. They sell items that include the regional rice crackers known as ""Boshu Meibutsu Tai Senbei"" as well as ""Tai Miso,"" made with techniques passed down from their founding in the late Meiji period (1868?1912). A variety of Chiba specialties are available too, such as abalone sugatani, biwa loquat gelatin, and products that invoke the sea breams of Kominato's Tainoura Bay that appear in the legend of the Buddhist priest Nichiren's birth."

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