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Shopping Spots in Hanamaki / Kitakami / Tono Area

  • Anbe
    Iwate Pref. Tonoshi Hayasechou 2-4-12
    Anbe is a well established “Genghis Khan”, or Mongolian mutton barbecue restaurant founded in 1947. Widely loved in Tono City, it is said that this restaurant was the original Genghis Khan restaurant which made the dish it is today. Anbe is also known as the birthplace of the Genghis Khan Bucket, characteristic of Tono Genghis Khan. The tin bucket with holes in it uses solid fuel to heat the barbecue grill placed on top.
  • Fukuda Pan (Yahaba Store)
    10 Reviews
    Iwate Pref. Shiwagunyahabachou Hiromiyasawa Dai11chiwari 502-1
    This bakery is located in the town of Yahaba-cho in Shiba County, Iwate Prefecture. Their offerings of your favorite cream and ingredients as toppings on fluffy koppe-pan (Japanese bread rolls) are known as the soul food of Iwate's Morioka. In addition, they have everything from desert breads to filling side-dish breads, making it a place visited by not only locals but many tourists as well.

    シワ流通センターはずれにあり、混み合わない。 いつでもガラガラで助かる 盛岡のソウルフードにしては、ここがおススメ

  • Kaachan House Dasuko
    Iwate Pref. Hanamakishi Noda 335-2
    A large Japan Agricultural Cooperatives farmers market located a 10-minute drive from Hanamaki Station on the JR Tohoku Main Line in Hanamaki City, Iwate Prefecture. The market carries an abundance of seasonal fruits and vegetables, flowers, and homemade foods. The market is also filled with side dishes and popular Japanese confections made by local mothers such as ganzuki, a local cake redolent with the aroma of brown sugar; and kirisensho, a chewy rice flower cake with a salty-sweet flavor. In addition, there are breads made with wheat grown in the prefecture, 10 grain rice blends, Hanamaki blue flowers, and a wide variety of foods like dressings and somen noodles. In the market's restaurant, you can enjoy free refills of Hitomebore rice grown in Hanamaki.
  • Ito-Yokado Hanamaki
    Iwate Hanamaki-shi Shimokobunato 118-1
  • Lawson Yahaba Minamiyahaba
    Iwate Shiwa-gun Yahabacho Minamiyahaba 6-91-8
  • Lawson Kitakami Kunenbashi 3Chome
    Iwate Kitakami-shi Kunenbashi 3-17-10
  • Lawson Kitakami Ryutsu
    Iwate Kitakami-shi Murasakino 15-3-2
  • Lawson Hana Yahaba New Town
    Iwate Shiwa-gun Yahabacho Minamiyahaba 14-34-70
  • Lawson Tono Miyamori
    Iwate Tono-shi Miyamoricho Shimomiyamori 30-chiwari 50-1
  • Lawson Kitakami Sta. Higashiguchi
    Iwate Kitakami-shi Kawagishi 1-2-8
  • Lawson Hanamaki Interchange Nimaibashi
    Iwate Hanamaki-shi
  • Lawson Kitakami Ozutsumi
    Iwate Kitakami-shi Otsutsumi Kita 1-1-30
  • Lawson Ishidoriya Minami
    Iwate Hanamaki-shi Ishidoriyacho Nakaterabayashi Dai6-chiwari 91-81-1
  • Lawson Kitakami Waga Iwasaki
    Iwate Kitakami-shi Wagacho Iwasaki 27-chiwari 306-1
  • Lawson Tono Hospital Mae
    Iwate Tono-shi Matsuzakicho Shiraiwa 15-chiwari Taishido 50-1
  • Lawson Tono Kamigo
    Iwate Tono-shi Kamigocho Itazawa Dai11-chiwari 11-1
  • Lawson Tono Bypass
    Iwate Tono-shi Matsuzakicho Shiraiwa Dai11-chiwari 2-6
  • Lawson Hanamaki Higashi Bypass
    Iwate Hanamaki-shi Nanjo 352-1
  • Lawson Hanamaki Ohasamamachi
    Iwate Hanamaki-shi Ohasamamachi Ohasama 14-28-1
  • Lawson Tono Ayaoricho
    Iwate Tono-shi Ayaoricho Nissato 19-6-1

Iwate Main Areas


A northern Tohoku prefecture promising peace and quiet, Iwate is sparsely populated, replacing people with snow-capped mountains, history-rich sites, and fields of crops that are to thank for the region's delicious local cuisine. Meander along the three-city Golden Route, where you'll visit the grand Buddhist temples of Hiraizumi and the Tono folk villages before tasting the three famed noodle dishes of Morioka.

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