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Other Food Spots in Ibaraki Area

  • Ocha no Marutaen
    Ibaraki Pref. Kogashi Higashimorokawa 7
    This Eco-Farmer-certified farm engages in green tourism utilizing Japanese chestnut, green tea, and bamboo plantations handed down for generations. The farm is located along National Route 125 on the way to the Koga City Sanwa Branch Office. Here visitors can try Japanese chestnut and gingko nut gathering from summer through fall. The farm also offers a tea making class during which participants can enjoy sweet kurikinton homemade with the farm's own chestnuts. In addition, the farm offers senbei making, lip cream making using tea seed oil, grass toy crafting, and nature engagement programs. Surrounded by natural beauty, the farm is a great place to unwind.
  • Yuki Kanko Bussankan
    Ibaraki Pref. Yukishi Yuki 388-2
    A sightseeing information center and local product specialty shop operated by the Yuki Urban Development Research Society located a short walk from Yuki Station on the JR Mito Line. Local volunteers provide tourism information, and visitors to the facility can buy items like jams and jellies made with the society using fruit from the mulberry, the official tree of Yuki City; teas and other processed foods; local crafts like Yuki-tsumugi pongee; local liquors; and sudare fu wheat gluten. Depending on the day, demonstrations of Yuki-tsumugi weaving are held at the facility, enabling visitors to see how the complex handlooms used to make this craft are operated.
  • Funanatto
    Ibaraki Pref. Hitachiomiyashi Yamagata 477-1
    A store owned and operated by Marusinshokuhin Co., Ltd. which sells the company's famous Funanatto brand natto fermented soybeans. The store is situated along National Route 118, 20 minutes from Fukuroda Falls in Hitachiomiya City. Funanatto, the company's flagship product, is sold in boat-shaped containers made from pine and hinoki cypress wood shaved as thin as paper. Made with ultra-small soybeans grown locally in Ibaraki's Okukuji region, Funanatto has a rich, deep flavor. In addition to standard Funanatto, the shop also sells Funanatto with glutinous wheat, Funanatto with barley, Kurobune natto made with small black soybeans, and Wappanatto made with ultra large soybeans and Kinzanji miso.
  • Ukiuki
    Ibaraki Pref. Hitachishi Juouchouishi 528-1
    A center opened in 2003 where local specialty products are sold. The center is located at the crossroad at the entrance to the Unomisaki Kokumin Shukusha government-run hotel in Hitachi City, Ibaraki Prefecture. Facilities include a vegetable corner with an abundance of unusual and rare varieties like akanegi onions and korinky squash, a gardening corner carrying primarily fresh flowers and seedlings from local farms, and a food and liquor corner carrying items such as sashimi kon'nyaku devil's tongue jelly made with mountain spring water. The center also sells local Hitachimai brand Koshihikari rice and other fresh foods as well as folk handicrafts like charcoal and ceramics.
  • Hitachi Minami Drive-in
    Ibaraki Pref. Hitachishi Owadachou 2173
    This roadside rest area can be reached by taking the Hitachi-minami Ota Interchange on the Joban Expressway, heading towards Hitachi, taking a right at the Owada intersection on National Route 6, and traveling a further 500 meters. Owned and operated by local marine products company Tobikan Suisan, the facility carries an abundance of fresh seafood literally just brought in at Kuji Fishing Port and other fishing ports in Ibaraki Prefecture. The facility's restaurant serves vaunted, fresh seafood; a deep fried, breaded shrimp combo meal made with huge shrimp; and, from December to February, goosefish hotpot. A variety of events are also held here, such as a monthly tuna butchering show.
  • Futatsugi Walnut Inari-zushi
    14 Reviews
    Ibaraki Kasama-shi Kasama 1343
    An inari-zushi (deep-fried tofu pockets filled with rice) shop on Monzen-dori Streetin Kasama, Kasama City. The veteran store has been in business for over 100 years. Its famous Kurumi Inari-zushi with walnuts is a local favorite. It was inspired by the name of a local shrine, Kurumigashita Inari.


  • Sashirosan no Tofu-ya
    19 Reviews
    Ibaraki Kasama-shi Kasama 2810
    A tofu shop in Kasama, Kasama City. They sell handmade tofu using natural brine and two kinds of locally grown soybeans: Fukuyutaka and Tachinagaha. In addition, they use Tanokuro bean, a rare Ibaraki variety for their Ibaraki Zairai Tofu, fresh yuba, sweet natto, and inaka miso.

    We went this tohu restaurant on the Himatsuris way to home. This is famous in Kasama. There are a mountain back of this tohu production, they use springs to make tohu. There is small eat-in...

  • Okukuji-shamo Local Chicken Shop
    Ibaraki Kuji-gun Daigomachi Fukuroda 3721
    A store selling chicken on National Route 118 in Fukuroda, Daigo City, Kuji County. They sell the local Okukuji Shamo variety, which is raised over a period three times longer than usual. It’s low in fat, has firm flesh, and receives high praise for its quality. It was ranked first among local chicken varieties in competition.
  • Akiba Koji Miso Brewery
    Ibaraki Yuki-shi Yuki 174
    A miso brewery on Ekimae Kura-dori Street in Yuki, Yuki City. Established in 1832, they still sell koji miso starter and miso they make with a devotion to natural fermentation through traditional methods. Their additive-free fermented rice beverage is also popular. The Misegura building and shop was built in the Taisho era and is registered as a National Tangible Cultural Property.
  • Suzukien
    Ibaraki Koga-shi Chuocho 1-1-6
    A tea shop located on Edomachi-dori Street in Chuo-cho 1-Chome, Koga City. A long-established store founded in 1872, they sell tea leaves they prepare with a deep-steaming method that makes it easy to absorb the green tea's components. There are a variety of teas available, such as hojicha, genmaicha, and tokumushicha that has been steamed for more than twice the normal time.
  • Yonebishi Shuyu (Soy Sauce)
    Ibaraki Hitachiota-shi Uchiboricho 2365
    This soy sauce producer is located in Uchibori-cho, Hitachiota City. It is a long-established store, founded in 1800, and produces soy sauce using a double preparation method, which allows the locally sourced soy beans and wheat to ferment for over a year, before being made into soy sauce. In addition to factory tours, there is also a tour facility, where visitors can experience taste-testing and making miso paste.
  • Tengu Natto Sasanuma Goro Shoten
    Ibaraki Mito-shi Sannomaru 3-4-30
    This specialist natto store is located along Sakumachi Joto-dori, in 3-chome, Sannomaru, Mito City. It is directly managed by a long-established natto producer, founded in the Meiji period, and sells various types of natto, including the traditional waratsuto natto, as well as processed goods and confectionery which are made using natto. In addition to an exhibition hall where visitors can learn about the history of Mito natto, there is also the adjacent natto factory, which is open to visitors.
  • Daruma Shokuhin
    Ibaraki Mito-shi Yanagimachi 1-7-8
    A natto fermented bean specialty store located in Yanagi-machi 1-Chome, Mito City. It's adjacent to the Daruma Foods factory. Daruma Foods is a natto producer that takes pride in using locally produced soybeans. The shop sells the brand's natto, offering a full line of the company's products, including natto in packs, cups, and traditional rice straw packaging, as well as prepared products such as natto cheese dip, and snacks such as dry natto.
  • Itako Nishikura
    1 Reviews
    Ibaraki Itako-shi Itako 1086-33
    A senbei rice cracker store in Itako, Itako City. The rice crackers are individually hand-baked over a charcoal fire at the watery city known for its rice production. Made with a naturally fermented base, they offer varieties such as soy sauce, sesame, hot pepper, nori seaweed, etc. They also sell fried mochi rice cake.

    長勝寺に早朝の訪問をしたあと、駐車場に戻ってきたらこの店が目につき、気になってしまいついつい入ってしまいました。 一枚一枚を丁寧に焼き上げた手焼きせんべいを売っている店で香りが良く、厚みのある食べ応えあるせんべいが売られてます。 軽く様子見で立ち寄ったのですが、しょうゆと唐がらしあつやきのせんべいを購入しました。 美味しかったです。 旅行中でしたが美味しくてすぐに食べ終わってしまい、もっと買えば良...

  • Izumiya Honten
    Ibaraki Itako-shi Itako 291-1
    This specialty pickle store is located along Prefectural Route 5, in Itako, Itako City. It is a long-established store, founded in the Meiji period, which uses traditionallybased techniques and utilizes the goodness of ingredients to make pickled products. It sells a variety of pickled products, including the store's number one product, midori-zuke, and the popular gobo-zuke.
  • JA Mito Katsura Agricultural Processing Plant and Shop
    Ibaraki Higashiibaraki-gun Shirosatomachi Awayama 653-1
    An agricultural processing plant in Awayama, Shirosato Town, Higashiibaraki County. It manufactures and sells prepared products made with local produce. These include strawberry and blueberry jam, gelato made from milk produced in the prefecture, and miso made from premium koshihikari rice. They also have prepared items made from local ume plums such as juice, dried plums, and jam.
  • Ochanofujinoen
    Ibaraki Pref. Kujigundaigomachi Sanuki 2543-2
    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Inaoka 66-1 AEON MALL Tsukuba 1F [126]
  • St.Cousair. Marche AEON MALL Tsukuba
    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Inaoka 66-1 AEON MALL Tsukuba 1F
  • Mikuniyazengoro AEON MALL Tsuchiura
    Ibaraki Tsuchiura-shi Kamitakatsu 367 AEON MALL Tsuchiura 1F

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Just a stone's throw from Tokyo, Ibaraki is a coastal prefecture that has mastered juxtapositions, where old shrines meet new scientific discoveries and traditional gardens are frequented by the inventors of some of the newest technology. Head to Mito City's Kairakuenーone of Japan's Three Great Gardensーin spring to experience the cellestial blooming of fantastic cherry blossoms at the annual sakura festival.

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