Shopping Mall / Shopping Street Spots in Ibaraki Area

  • Ami Premium Outlets
    Shopping
    4-1-1 Yoshimi Ami-machi, Inagi-gun, Ibaraki Prefecture
    This outlet mall that opened in 2009 is right off the Ken-O Expressway Ami-Higashi Interchange. Capturing the style of the American West-Coast here you’ll find almost 150 different shops made up of popular foreign brands, casual brands, lifestyle shops, and restaurants. The wide aisles throughout the mall make it easy to traverse for those with strollers or wheelchairs. A kid’s room and nursing room are also available on site.
  • Iias TSUKUBA
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    4.5
    22 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Kenkyu-gakuen 5-19

    During my recent business travel to Japan I was staying in Tsukuba and had a chance to visit the Iias Mall several times. The mall is huge and has so many choices for places to eat at great value. I...

  • Oarai Seaside Station
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    3.0
    107 Reviews
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Pref. Higashibarakigunoaraimachi Minatochuou 11-2
    This outlet mall—located near the beach of Oarai Town, Higashiibaraki county, Ibaraki Prefecture—is a great spot for shopping or meals while feeling the beach wind on your skin. It has been undergoing renewal as “Oarai Seaside Station” since the operating company changed in July 2017. They are maintaining operations during the renewal, and it is scheduled for a grand re-opening in spring 2018.

    ガルパンギャラリーを目的に行きました。まいわい市場は特産品が沢山ありお土産購入には大変便利です。貸し自転車も有ります。

  • Komachi no Yakata
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    4.0
    7 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ibaraki Pref. Tsuchiurashi Ono 491
    A local mixed-use complex named after the famous Heian period poet Ono no Komachi, said to have died in Tsuchiura's Ono district, a 30-minute drive from Tsuchiura Station on the JR Joban Line in Ibaraki Prefecture. Inside, visitors will find a local specialty products shop, tourist information corner, Komachi gallery, and educational hall. A soba noodle making class is offered in the activity hall for a small fee and there's also a rest area from which visitors can take in the vast, beautiful scenery of the area. The facility is also adjoined by a farm-fresh shop, cafe, and the Salon Komachi restaurant, which serves Hitachi Aki soba noodles.

    四季の風景が感じられ、水車もその風景にマッチしております。手打ちそばが食べられるのでぜひ食べてください。冬場はけんちんがあるので郷土の味を楽しんでください。

  • NEWPORT HITACHINAKA FASHION CRUISE
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ibaraki Pref. Hitachinakashi Shinkouchou 35
    Annexed to Joyful Honda mega home center, this shopping center is one of the largest in Japan. It houses around 100 stores, carrying trending fashion brands to furniture, household items, and more. The food court, based on a California design, bustles with local families while their kids enjoy the children’s space.
  • Soranoeki Sol La La
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ibaraki Pref. Omitamashi Yamano 1628-44
    A facility dedicated to presenting local charms located near Ibaraki Airport. Soranoeki Sol La La carries a wide variety of specialty products from the area around the city of Omitama. There’s a buffet-style restaurant serving dishes made with ingredients from Omitama as well as a shop selling local foodstuffs. The lactic acid food production plant on the facility’s grounds makes dairy products with milk from local farms and sells fresh yogurt. The Challenge Shop offers light meals created by local farmers filled with experimental, creative ideas; a different “shop” operates out of the space daily, providing a variety of menu options.
  • Mito OPA
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ibaraki Mito-shi Miyamachi 1-7-33 Mito South Tower 1F-12F
    A large, 12 story shopping mall adjoining the south entrance of JR Mito Station. The 15 LED screens which make up the Mito OPA-vision playing advertisements and providing shop information give the mall a visually striking exterior. The mall is also connected to the Excel Minato building via a pedestrian walkway, and a passageway also connects it to the north entrance of the station, giving visitors easy access to shopping. Many of the shops in the mall are the first locations of their kind in Ibaraki. The mall is a great place for fashion-conscious young people to pick up the latest trends from Tokyo, and also makes a great date destination as well.
  • AEON MALL Tsukuba
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Inaoka 66-1
  • Mito Station Building Excel Minami
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    4.0
    30 Reviews
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Mito-shi Miyamachi 1-7-31

    この地域にしかないサザコーヒーの支店があります。初めて使いました。スターバックスと競争できそうです。 面白い台所用品を売っているショップがあります。「台所屋雑貨店」。本当にユニークで質の良い物を扱っています。 TOMKZも品揃えがいいです。

  • AEON MALL Mito Uchihara
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Mito Uchihara 2-1
  • Mito Station Building Excel Motodate
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Mito-shi Miyamachi 1-1-1

    アパレルやレストラン、カフェ、本屋など色々なお店が入っている駅ビルです。かなり昔からありますがどんどんお店が入れ替わって使いやすくなっています。スタバが2店舗入っているのでよく電車の待ち時間に利用させてもらってます。

  • LALA Garden Tsukuba
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ibaraki Tsukuba
  • Tsukuba Creo Square Q't
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Azuma 1-6-1
  • AEON MALL Shimotsuma
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Shimotsuma-shi Horigome 972-1
  • Tsukuba You world
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Pref. Tsukubashi Shimohara 370-1
  • SEAMARKSQUARE
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ibaraki Hitachi-shi Higashinamekawacho 5
  • Days Town Tsukuba
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Pref. Tsukubashi Takezono 1-chome 9-2
  • ACROSSMALL Moriya
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Moriya-shi Matsugaoka 6-6-1
  • PIATOWN (Tsuchiura Peer Town)
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Tsuchiura-shi Manabeshinmachi 18-13
  • Tatsuno Komachi Ryugasaki Mall
    Shopping
    Ibaraki Ryugasaki-shi Nakazato 2-chome 1-2

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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 - one of Japan's Three Great Gardens - in spring to experience the cellestial blooming of fantastic cherry blossoms at the annual sakura festival.

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