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  • Takeda no Sasa Kamaboko
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    Miyagi Shiogama-shi Minatomachi 2-15-31
    Take a left at the Aqua Gate Exit of Hon-Shiogama Station on the JR Senseki Line and head towards Minato-machi along Kaigan-dori Street. This shop stubbornly continues to make and sell Sasa kamaboko steamed fish paste using the same traditional recipe and methods since it first opened its doors here in the birthplace of Sasa kamaboko. Visitors can take a guided tour of the production factory and then enjoy fresh cooked kamaboko. The Sasa kamaboko grilling experience is also popular and allows you to grill and eat Sasa kamaboko (reservation required at least one week in advance). The shop's restaurant serves the kind of dishes you can only enjoy in Japan's top fresh tuna port, such as seafood rice bowls topped with fresh seafood and tuna delivered straight from Shiogama Port.

    お土産に武田の笹かまぼこをもらったことがあって、とてもおいしかったので、お店に連れて行ってもらいました。出来立ての笹かまぼこはアツアツでおいしかった。

  • Abe Kamaboko-ten (Matsushima Teramachi Branch)
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    Miyagi Miyagi-gun Matsushimamachi Matsushima Chonai 58
    This kamaboko (steamed fish cake) shop is located on National Route 45 in Matsushima Chonai, Matsushima Town, Miyagi County. It is known for having originated the name “Sasa Kamaboko” used to refer to the leaf-shaped steamed fish cakes that are a specialty of Sendai. It sells a variety of kamaboko made by skilled craftsman using high-quality surimi (minced fish paste), including their Ginsenzasa, which is made in part with wild-caught red sea bream. Visitors can also try roasting a sasa kamaboko by hand (no reservation required).
  • Kawaguchi Natto
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    Miyagi Kurihara-shi
    This natto (fermented soybeans) direct sales shop is located in Shimataiobara, Ichihasama, Kurihara City. It sells natto crafted with care from domestic soybeans including large Miyagi Shirome soybeans and small Suzuhonoka soybeans grown on Miyagi’s Sendai Plain. The shop’s other offerings include homegrown rice and homemade miso paste.
  • Kamaboko no Kanezaki Ichiban-cho Store
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    Miyagi Sendai-shi Aoba-ku Ichibancho 3-5-16
    "This specialty kamaboko store is located in 3-Chome, Ichiban-cho, Aoba Ward, Sendai City. It creates kamaboko without any of the chemical seasonings, preservatives or starch that are commonly used in kamaboko. It sells Sasakamaboko ""Tairyo-bata"", which are made with minced rockfish, and fried kamaboko, called ""Mune-age""."
  • Food Kingdom Miyagi
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    Miyagi Sendai-shi Aoba-ku Chuo 1-1-1 JR Sendai Sta. 1F Dila Dori
    This specialty product store is located on Dila-dori Street, on the first floor of Sendai Station. It collects and sells special products from various areas within Miyagi Prefecture. From 11:00 on Thursdays to Saturdays, the super popular ohagi from Akiuonsen's supermarket, Housewives' Shop Saichi are also available.
  • Usukawa Taiyaki Taikichi Nakakecho Store
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    Miyagi Sendai-shi Aoba-ku Chuo 2-1-30
    This taiyaki (fish-shaped cakes) shop is located in the Hapina Nakakecho shopping district in Chuo 2-Chome, Aoba Ward, Sendai City. It makes usukawa taiyaki with a thin, crispy skin stuffed with fillings such as standard ogura-an (bean paste with mashed and whole adzuki beans) and custard cream. The shop also offers taiyaki with a zundamochi (rice cake and edamame paste) filling on weekends as well as a variety of seasonal taiyaki. Their chilled nama-taiyaki, which feature a whip cream filling, are also popular.
  • Saito Sozaiten
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    12 Reviews
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    Miyagi Sendai-shi Aoba-ku Chuo 4-3-27
    This delicatessen is located in Sendai Asaichi shopping district in Chuo 4-Chome, Aoba Ward, Sendai City. The venerable shop has been a beloved part of the Sendai Asaichi for more than fifty years. It sells a wide variety of fried foods including croquettes, mince cutlets, fried seafood and vegetable, and more. Their freshly-fried croquettes using whole Irish Cobbler potatoes from Hokkaido with the skin are the shop’s hallmark product.

    揚げたてのカツやコロッケが軒先所狭しと並び、あーーーどれもくいてぇ。 しかし、なんせ仙台に住んでる訳じゃないもの、腹に収まる量は決まっている。 どれにしたもんだかと悩みに悩んじゃったときはじゃがじゃがころっけを選ぼう。 お値段65円

  • Ota Tofu Shop
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    6 Reviews
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    Miyagi Sendai-shi Taihaku-ku Akiumachi Nagafukuro Mukaijuku 25-1
    This tofu shop is located on Prefectural Route 62 in Mukaijuku, Nagafukuro, Akiumachi, Taihaku Ward, Sendai City. It sells tofu, yuba (tofu skins), and aburaage (fried tofu) made by combining Akiu’s great water with a variety of soybeans including Miyagi Shirome, a cultivar of Miyagi prefecture, green soybeans from Iwate Prefecture, and black soybeans from Hokkaido. Another popular offering is the shop’s takedofu, which combines silken tofu curds with bamboo extract and comes in a green bamboo container.

    秋保温泉と秋保大滝の間にあるお豆腐屋さん。 朝9時に数人並んでいるのを発見。 帰りに寄ってみました。 お豆腐や湯葉を籠に入れていると、来る人来る人皆さん三角揚げをオーダー。 そしてすぐに食べていかれます。 早速私もオーダー。 店内に小さなイートインスペースがあり、お醤油やお箸などもおいてあります。 揚げたての三角揚げ。 香りも良くて美味しかったです。

  • Ebiki
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    Miyagi Tome-shi Toyomamachi Teraike Mikkamachi 22
    A miso, soy sauce, and sake brewery in TeraikeMikkamachi, Toyoma Town, Tome City. Founded in 1833 the company has been actively brewing for nearly 180 years. Buildings including the former storefront and storehouse have been registered as Tangible Cultural Properties of Japan. Along with selling their products one of the storehouses is open to the public as a museum.
  • Hatakenaka Seimen
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    Miyagi Shiroishi-shi Otemachi 4-11
    A long-standing noodle making shop that makes and sells Michinoku Miyagi's specialty Shiroishi Umen noodles. You can purchase traditional Shiroishi Umen noodles at the shop attached to the head office and factory. A key point of Umen noodles is that due to the high-quality starch of the flour used no oil is applied to the noodles as opposed to standard Somen noodles which have oil on the surface of the dough. The temperature of humidity is carefully controlled so that the smooth surface of the noodles doesn't dry out which results in the unique slurpability of Shiroishi Umen noodles and makes them easy on the stomach. Other popular products are their AkamokuUmen noodles which mix in ground devil weed to the dough and their OyassaiUmen noodles which use powder from specially farmed vegetables to result in brightly colored noodles.
  • Abe Kamaboko-ten Main Store
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    76 Reviews
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    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Aoba-ku Chuou 2-3-18
    The main store of Abe Kamaboko-ten is said to be where the name of the Sendai specialty, Sasa (bamboo) kamaboko, originated from. As well as selling all kinds of kamaboko (fish cake) including the bamboo kamaboko (fish cakes in the shape of bamboo leaves), visitors can also have a go at grilling their own bamboo kamaboko in the shop and of course taste it too.

    Looks like a gourd and cost 200 yen. However it is just alright. Pretty ordinary as the coat of battery is thick but then it is well fried. Buy to share. Have a try if you happen to walk past.

  • Jyogi Tofu Shop
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    4.5
    98 Reviews
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    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Aoba-ku Okura Lower 1-2
    The Jyogi Tofu Shop—founded in 1890—uses soy beans and natural bittern when hand-making tofu with the traditional production techniques for each product, including firm tofu, silky tofu, and three-cornered fried tofu. The three-cornered fried tofu is particularly popular—you can watch them fry it up for you.

    お寺の後、お店の周りに人がたくさん並んでいて興味津々で入りました。普通の油揚げにしょうゆ、七味をかけ食べましたが、安くてうまくてなぜか満足でした。

  • Hasegawa-ya
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    17 Reviews
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    Miyagi Pref. Kattagunzaoumachi Togattaonsenmotomachi 23
    This is a tofu restaurant in Zao Town, Katta County, Miyagi Prefecture. The shop sells tofu made by using cold spring water from Reisendo Spring that worshippers to Zao historically would use to purify themselves, as well as nearby cold spring groundwater. As well as tofu and fried tofu, the soft ice cream using rich soy milk has an excellent reputation.

    豆乳ソフトと豆腐ドーナツを買いました。 ソフトは豆乳の味が濃くてヘルシーな味わいでとっても美味しい!豆腐ドーナツはもちもちしてほのかに甘くて優しい味わい。また来たいです。

  • Tanrokuen
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    6 Reviews
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    Miyagi Pref. Shiogamashi Miyamachi 3-12
    The confectionery store and house of Tanrokuen, which originally created the confectionery “Shiogama”, is designated as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property. The confectionery “Shiogama” was offered to worshippers who visited the Monzenmachi of Shiogama at stores in the Edo Period and the traditional taste has been passed on until today. It is a four minute walk from JR Hon-Shiogama Station.

    らしいのですが、自分が行った際には、それとわかるものはなく、陶器がたくさん売っていただけで、志ほがまのお店とわからず、何も買わずに出てしまいました。 きれいな陶器が多いので、それだけでも楽しめたのですが、店員の方に声をかければよかったかと思います。

  • Kent Ichiban-cho Store
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    5 Reviews
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    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Aoba-ku Ichibanchou 4-4-26
    This cookie shop makes its own packaging as well as its cookies, with over 30 kinds to choose from. It is popular for its nostalgic flavors. They are all delicious; recommended flavors include butter, bitter chocolate, brown rice and walnut, pumpkin and white chocolate and almond. The shop also boxes cookies to order which makes you want to buy cookies both for yourself and to give as gifts. It is two minutes on foot from Aoba-dori Ichiban-cho Station on the Tozai Subway Line.

    本店は米ヶ袋にあります。どのクッキーも美味しいのですが特におすすめはビターチョコクッキーで、適度な甘さとココアのほろ苦さが絶妙です。

  • Shiraken Kamaboko (Ten S-PAL Sendai Store)
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    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Aoba-ku Chuou 1-1-1 Espal Sendai East Building 2F
    This company has been making sasa kamaboko fish sausage for over 100 years since 1912 in Miyagi Prefecture where it originates from. It works on innovating new flavors while protecting the tradition. At its store in S-PAL Sendai, you can buy the flavor-rich kamaboko with its firm bite and soft texture. It is great for a gift from your travels. Connected to JR Sendai Station.
  • Takamasa Onagawa Honten Mangoku no Sato
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    Miyagi Oshika-gun Onagawacho Urashukuhama Hamada 21
    Mangoku no Sato is a manufacturing plant and outlet store for Miyagi Prefecture's famous Kamaboko (fish sausage). The entire production line is electrified, and visitors can observe the process. No reservations are necessary to walk down the observation hallway and look through the window to see Kamaboko being made. Visitors may also pay to try grilling and eating their own Sasa Kamaboko (a variety of Kamaboko made to resemble a leaf of broad-leafed bamboo) at a table with a tabletop grill. The onsite outlet store offers a full range of varieties of Kamaboko to buy as souvenirs.
  • Ocha no Igeta Kikusuian AEON MALL Ishinomaki
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    Miyagi Ishinomaki-shi Akanedaira 4-104 AEON MALL Ishinomaki 1F
  • Abe Kamaboko-ten AEON MALL Tomiya
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    Miyagi Tomiya-shi Oshimizu 1-33-1 AEON MALL Tomiya 1F
  • Ocha no Igeta Kikusuian AEON MALL Tomiya
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    Miyagi Tomiya-shi Oshimizu 1-33-1 AEON MALL Tomiya 2F

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Lying along the northeastern coast of Japan, Miyagi prefecture is home to lashings of natural parks, oysters, and hot springs. While the bustling city of Sendai offers some simple city entertainment, it's the Matsushima islands that deserve the most attention, having boosted the prefecture's reputation as one of Japan's most scenic views.

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