Groceries Spots in Fukushima Area

  • Aizu Kashiwaya
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    4.0
    8 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Ikkimachi Kamega Fujiwara 170-1
    This confectionary shop is located in Fujiwara, Kamega, Ikkimachi, Aizuwakamatsu City. Its flagship item is its famous Kashiwaya Usukawa Manju, which is counted amongst the three great manju (steamed sweet buns) of Japan. Some of its other notable confections include its Lemo lemon-flavored cheese tarts and its Kurumi manju, which have received the Monde Selection Gold Award for four years in a row. Other offerings include seasonal namagashi (fresh Japanese sweets), cakes, and more.

    イートインスペースがあり、無料のコーヒーなどもあります 生和菓子とシュークリームをその場で頂きましたがとても美味しく、観光中にホッと一息つけました。

  • Unreian
    Shopping
    Fukushima Pref. Kitakatashi Matsuyamamachimuramatsu Tokiwachou 2706
    A sake brewery direct sales shop located in Kitakata City, Fukushima Prefecture. The shop is notable for its Japanese garden created by preserving 4,000 square meters of primeval forest. Here you can enjoy sake fresh from the brewery while gazing at beautiful, seasonal scenery. In addition to sakes like Seishu Aizu no Homare, the shop also sells rusk sweet biscuits and Japanese-style curry made with sake lees.
  • Kannoya Koriyama Station Omiyage-kan
    Shopping
    Fukushima Pref. Koriyamashi Hiuchida 195 1F in Koriyama station premises
    A souvenir shop located in Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture which was founded in 1860 as the Sugano-ya confectionary shop. Located in the Omiyage-kan souvenir area of JR Koriyama Station, the shop's Yubeshi, a sweet from Tohoku, is particularly famous. Chewy and filled with sweet red bean paste, Yubeshi are popular souvenirs. The shop also carries Western-style sweets.
  • Hasegawa Gorobe
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Prefecture Aizuwakamatsu City Ekimae 7 - 11
    A long-standing ame candy maker located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. The shop sells Gorobe Ame candies, a type of hard candy with a natural sweetness made with just glutinous rice grown in the Aizu area, malt, and kanten algae gelatin. In Aizu, this candy is a local favorite and sold at stalls during New Year's and at temple and shrine festivals. The candy has an amber color and distinctive chewy texture.
  • Taroan Nanoka-machi Kabo
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    4.5
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Aiduwakamatsushi Nanokamachi 3-35
    A shop selling creative confectionaries located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. Operating out of an old Japanese kura warehouse, the showcases in the shop's black-accented interior are filled with sweets. The shop's sweets make great souvenirs and gifts, but there's also a cafe space where you can take a break and enjoy the shop's inexpensive one coin cake and coffee set.

    ここは菓子店でしたが、あかべこを購入しました。他のお店のあかべこより、とても可愛い顔をしていました。

  • Aizu Shurakukan Watanabe Sota Shoten
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    4.5
    8 Reviews
    Shopping
    Fukushima Pref. Aiduwakamatsushi Byakkomachi 1
    An old-fashioned liquor store located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. Dedicated to the concepts of safe and delicious, the store stocks primarily sake with a focus on local sakes made in the Aizu area. The shop emphasizes proper product management and product seasonality, and stores its goods at just the right temperatures. The shop also sells liquors over the Internet.

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  • Aizu Aoi Honten
    Shopping
    Fukushima Pref. Aiduwakamatsushi Outemachi 4-18
    A confectionary shop located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. The shop is also famous for making delicious sweets based on recipes from cookbooks written in Aizu Domain during the Edo period. The shop's primary focus, however, is creative handmade sweets, such as the Castella An Aizu Aoi, a soft and delicate cake on Portuguese castella imported long ago to Japan made with plenty of eggs and filled with strained sweet bean paste. These tasty treats are popular both to give take home as souvenirs and to give as gifts.
  • Patisserie Hakuakan
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    2.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Aiduwakamatsushi Tenjinmachi 24-14
    A Western confectionary shop located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. The shop sells traditional European-style sweets and cakes. The shop's signature item is its Aizu Yamajio Choux a la Creme, a sweet and just slightly salty cream pastry made with Aizu Beko no Nyu milk and rock salt from the Kitashiobara Oshio Onsen hot spring district. The shop's moist gateau chocolat is also popular. The shop also has an eat-in space.

    店員さんの態度がいや、 山塩しょっぱすぎる、シュークリームと塩の抗戦の味。 そしてコスパ悪すぎる値段。

  • Iseya (Japanese Inn)
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    5.0
    1 Reviews
    Shopping
    Fukushima Pref. Minamiaidugunshimogoumachi Ouchi Yamamoto 33
    A minshuku traditional Japanese bed and breakfast located Shimogo Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture which has been in businesses for some 300 years since the Edo period. Visitors are sure to enjoy the minshuku's charming thatched roof building as well as its kiritanpo nabe toasted rice ball hotpot, char broiled around an old-fashioned irori sunken hearth, and other traditional Japanese cuisine. The facility also has a cafe as well as a souvenir shop selling Aizu-hongo ware tableware and a wide variety of other Aizu crafts and goods.

    This is one of (I think) 3 minshuku on the main street in Ouchijuku. Meaning youre sleeping in a thatched roof house in the middle of this old-timey village. The inn itself is a bit hard to find...

  • Patisserie Voyage
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Iwaki-shi Onahamaokaona Uma Kamimae 5-16
    "This patisserie was named with the meaning of ""expressing the owner's life."" It is located about a five-minute drive north from the Onahama Branch of Iwaki City Hall, and sells traditional baked goods and seasonal sweets. The shop is decorated in a country style and always has about 20 kinds of fresh sweets and more than 25 kinds of baked sweets on sale, allowing you to take your time in selecting your favorite items. Their ""Caramel Pudding Roll,"" a popular product with pudding inside caramel cream, has won the Grand Prize at the Fukushima Roll-Cake Festival. Their basket of baked sweets and jellies makes a great gift."
  • Makiba no Jersey
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    4.5
    6 Reviews
    Shopping
    Fukushima Date-shi Ryozenmachi Ishida Kawamo 1-1
    This ice cream shop is directly operated by Katahira Jersey Shizen Bokujo. The shop is located just off the Ryozen-Iitate Interchange of the Tohoku Chuo Expressway and sells ice cream that makes use of the nutrition and flavor of Jersey milk as it is. The most popular soft-serve ice cream is made from Jersey milk, which accounts for less than one percent of the domestic milk supply. The smooth, rich and thick milk flavor is a prized taste that is loved by everyone from children to adults. In addition to basic milk, fresh ingredients are added to the ice cream, and there are always about 20 flavors of ice cream available, including chocolate chip, green tea, rum raisin and blueberry.

    とても美味しいジェラート屋さんです。人気のお店で、朝から賑わっていました。ミニサイズ(220円)をいただきましたが、十分なボリュームです。チョコ味も濃厚でした。

  • Inomato Tokuichi Shoten
    Shopping
    Fukushima Kawanuma-gun Aizubangemachi Tatenoshita 23
    "This rice shop specializes in rice from the Aizu region. Located along the bypass about a five-minute drive from Aizu-Bange Station, it sells genuine rice made with the blessings of nature and a high level of commitment. An early rice ""Mizuho Kogane,"" harvested in late August, is a mutant strain of Hitomebore rice. It is the earliest rice harvested in the year in Aizu, where the temperature difference between day and night is so great that it is said to be ideal for rice cultivation. It is sold in limited quantities and for a limited time because it is only grown by contract farmers. The ""ABK Koshihikari"" from Aizu-Bange Town, which is cultivated with particular attention paid to soil preparation, and the chewy ""Milky Queen"" are also popular varieties."
  • Aizu Takasagoya
    Shopping
    Fukushima Aizubangemachi Furuichiotsu 141
    This Aizu miso and soy sauce factory has been operating in Aizu for over 100 years. It has continued to produce such products as Kintakasago Soy Sauce and Tsurugajo Miso, which are indispensable to the dining tables of Aizu to this day. Their signature product Kintakasago Soy Sauce is a popular product that has won the highest Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Award at the National Soy Sauce Evaluation Competition. Tsurugajo Miso, which uses a lot of rice malt made from domestic Japanese rice, is characterized by its pale color and slightly sweet taste. Nishin Sansho-zuke, made with dried herring processed in Hokkaido and marinated in a secret sauce, and additive-free fresh shichimi seven spice mix, also make great gifts.
  • Sake no Toyoko
    Shopping
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Ikkimachi Kamega Fujiwara 52 York-Benimaru Ikkimachi
    This sake store carries a selection of sake from all over Japan, including some of the best in Aizu. Located in a corner of the York-Benimaru's Ikkimachi Branch, a supermarket close to the Otsukayama-kofum Tumulus, the store has a large selection of traditional and seasonal sake. The owner proudly states that he does not follow trends, but only collects what he considers to be really good sake. Clippings from magazines featuring the brewery and hand-drawn pop-ups are displayed throughout the store, demonstrating the store's overflowing love of sake.
  • Nagatoya Nanukamachi Store
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Nanokamachi 3-30
    "This is a direct-managed store of the Aizu confectionery shop ""Honke Nagatoya,"" which was founded in 1848. The shop sells hand-made Japanese sweets and traditional dagashi cheap confectionery along Nanukamachi-dori Street in a modern atmosphere. The shop has a quaint atmosphere reminiscent of the nostalgia Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho periods (1912-1926). Their ""Kagunokinomi,"" with Manchurian walnuts from Aizu wrapped in high quality red bean paste, is a tea ceremony confectionery loved throughout Japan, was used for Kyoto's Daitokuji Temple anniversary of the school founder's death, Kaisanki Buddhist ceremony. They are not only good with tea, but also with coffee and espresso, and are widely loved as a famous confectionery of Oshu, present-day Fukushima, Miyagi, Iwate and Aomori prefectures."
  • Kumanoya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Nanokamachi 5-17
    "This long-established Japanese confectionery store was founded in 1887. It is located along Nanukamachi-dori Street, which is lined with historical buildings, and continues to make traditional Japanese sweets and seasonal confectionery. Their famous ""nama dorayaki"" is a popular product of soft and fluffy dough with sweetened bean paste and fresh cream in between. In addition to classic fresh cream, they have a wide variety of flavors including matcha, caramel, chocolate and cheese. The ""Aizu Seven Lucky Dumplings"" made with Aizu Koshihikari rice is popular for its soft texture and gentle sweetness. Their mountain yam buns served as a tea ceremony confectionery at Rinkaku, a tearoom associated with Sen no Rikyu, is loved as an ancient Japanese confectionery."
  • Taroyaki Sohompo
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    3.0
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Nanokamachi 8-10
    "This confectionery shop is marked by its charming carved wood sign. The two-story building along Nanukamachi-dori Street has an adjoined Japanese cafe and mini-car museum. Their ""taroyaki,"" stuffed with sweet bean paste that has large chunks remaining, are obanyaki stuffed pancakes also called ""kintsuba"" in Aizu. It is loved for its mild sweetness, which makes it delicious even when it cools. In addition to standard bean paste, there is a wide variety such as white bean paste, cream, green peas paste and chocolate. Their shaved ice using homemade syrup can be eaten any time of the year."

    大判焼的な焼き菓子。いただいたのは揚げ太郎。油っこさやクドさが薄く食べやすい。チーズクリームの量が多すぎ…生地がほんのり甘みがあるのに、クリームのしょっぱさが勝っている。シュークリームは甘さ控えめの好きな私にすら味が薄め。 二つに割ったシュー生地の間にクリームを挟んでいるだけなために、こぼれないよう食べるのが至難の技。食べづらい。地元TVのロケで山形出身の演歌歌手おばさんがアニメ口調でロケをしてい...

  • Tatsuizumi Shuzo
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Uwamachi 5-26
    "This sake brewery was established in 1877. In the Aizu region, surrounded by mountains and rich in nature, it continues to brew sake with care, avoiding mass production and mass sales. The water used for brewing is said to determine the taste, and they use natural spring water from the foot of Mt. Bandai and Mt. Iide, and clean well water from beneath the brewery. The rice used to make their sake, ""Kyo no Hana,"" is grown by local farmers. Many people enjoy their Honzojo Zuiho Tatsuizumi, which boasts a refreshing aftertaste, as a mid-meal drink."
  • Maruminean
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Otomachi Ashinomaki Shita
    This Japanese confectionery shop in Ashinomaki Hot Spring is located about a 20-minute drive from the center of Aizu Wakamatsu City. Marumine brown sugar buns, a specialty of Ashinomaki Hot Spring, are sold at here next to the Ashinomaki Post Office. The brown sugar buns, which are made with brown sugar and wrapped in lightly sweetened smooth red bean paste made from carefully selected azuki beans, have the same nostalgic taste as in the past. These manju buns are served to guests at the nearby long-established inn Marumine as a snack to have with tea. The bright, blue-tinted interior has a cafe corner inside the store, and many tourists stop by on their way to explore the hot spring resort.
  • Iseya Seika
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Omachi 1-3-1

    大町通りを散策していると赤漆喰(?)の外壁が目を引く歴史を感じさせる佇まいの建物があります。この建物が創業200年の会津の老舗菓子店「伊勢屋製菓」です。白虎隊も食べたといわれている「元祖伊勢屋椿餅」がお勧めです。和クルミをふんだんに使ったういろうのような食感の醤油味の菓子です。

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