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Souvenirs Spots in Tochigi Area

  • Omiyagedokoro Sumiya
    4 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Kinugawaonsenohara 1396-8
    "This souvenir shop directly operated by the Asaya Hotel is located in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture. It carries numerous original products and Nikko souvenirs such as ""Asaya Tokusei Onsen Manju"" and ""Asaya Tokusei Wagyu Curry."" In addition, there is also a rest space inside the kominka (old Japanese-style house) style interior, making it visited by many tourists."


  • Murakami Toyohachi Shouten
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Matsubarachou 256
    This venerable 120 year-old handicraft shop is located in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture. Visitors can purchase works of the local traditional handicraft Nikko-bori. This style of woodcarving that originated in Nikko uses a tool called a Hikkaki-gatana. The shop also carries a wide variety of other products including interior goods and stationery. Visitors can also try their hand at Nikko-bori woodcarving (reservation required). The shop is visited by many tourists looking for Nikko souvenirs.
  • Touraku
    Tochigi Pref. Hagagunmashikomachi Mashiko 2983-3
    This Japanese tableware shop is located at the Mashiko ware Kamamoto Yokoyama pottery in Haga County, Tochigi Prefecture. It offers a wide variety of products, including Japanese-style tableware and sundries, with a focus on the works of younger Mashiko ware potters. The shop, which also holds a different solo exhibit in its gallery each month, is often visited by pottery-lovers in search of souvenirs.
  • Nasu Kogen HERB's
    1 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Nasugunnasumachi Takaku Otsu 3589-3
    This herb shop is located in Nasu Highland. It features a wide variety of facilities including a tea cafe offering herbal teas, an herb garden and a green house garden that visitors can tour, and more. It also has a shop where visitors can purchase herbal aromas and other herb-related items. The shop is visited by many tourists looking to buy souvenirs.

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  • Mashiko-yaki Pottery Cooperative Sales Center
    Tochigi Pref. Hagagunmashikomachi Mashiko 706-2
    A souvenir shop is in Mashiko Town, Haga County, Tochigi Prefecture. Located in the Mashiko ware shopping town there are a number of shops including galleries of famous masters' pottery, ceramic workshops where you can try your hand at throwing pots or ceramic glazing, souvenir shops, local produce shops, and restaurants. They also open a special pottery fair in spring and fall drawing people from great distances.
  • Fukubedou
    Tochigi Pref. Utsunomiyashi Odori 2-4-8
    A souvenir shop in Utsunomiya City that sells traditional crafts of Tochigi prefecture called Fukube Handiworks. Fukube Handiworks include their famous masks to ward off evil spirits, daruma, and accessory cases, as well as gourd, Pellet drums, and Kibuna folk toys. There are also handiworks making classes offered for children.
  • Taihei Kikan
    17 Reviews
    Tochigi Pref. Ashikagashi Isechou 3-6-4
    A tourist information facility in Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture. Built to commemorate the 1991 broadcasting of the Taiheiki historical drama, here you can find information about Ashikaga as well as local souvenirs for sale. Along with regional sweets, original goods, and finished goods for sale you can also rent bicycles.


  • Kinugawa Kanaya Hotel Gift Shop
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Kinugawaonsenohara 1394
    The Kinugawa Kanaya Hotel stands in front of Kinugawa-Onsen Station, and its gift shop sells Tochigi foods as well as Mashiko ware tumblers and other craft goods. The shop also offers the Kinugawa Kanaya Hotel’s famous Japanese-style beef stew in convenient retort packs as well as chocolates from the popular John Kanaya Western-style sweet shop in Ebisu, Tokyo. All of the shop’s products are Tochigi hallmarks and make not only perfect souvenirs but also gifts that are sure to delight.
  • Nikko Carving of Mishimaya
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Ishiyamachi 440
    A shop located in Ishiya-machi, Nikko City which sells Nikko-bori woodcarving goods. Here you'll find trays, bowls, dressers, decorations, and more created entirely by hand by master artisans, from the carving to the lacquering, using Japanese horse chestnut wood naturally dried for over three years.
  • Moegi Jonaizaka Shop
    Tochigi Pref. Hagagunmashikomachi Jounaizaka 150
    This craft gallery and shop is in Mashiko Town, Tochigi Prefecture. Specializing in the work of local craftspeople, it features pottery, woodwork, glass crafts, etc. from about 800 artisans. It presents the work of young aspiring artisans as well as the pros. The warm wooden interior invites you to enjoy their work at your leisure. The work on display changes every other week with solo exhibitions tailored to the four seasons and special exhibitions.
  • Higeta Aizome Workshop
    Tochigi Haga-gun Mashikomachi Jonai Zaka 1
  • Michinoku Folk Art
    Tochigi Nasu-gun Nasumachi Yumoto 130-1
  • Juichiya
    Tochigi Nikko-shi Chugushi 2480
  • Karasuyamawashikaikan
    5 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tochigi Pref. Nasukarasuyamashi Chuou 2-6-8


  • Mamada Himo
    Tochigi Pref. Oyamashi Mamada 1315-2
  • Tamaki
    Tochigi Utsunomiya-shi Minamiodori 4-7-20
  • Ginrei
    Tochigi Pref. Nikkoushi Shimohatsuishimachi 806
  • Moegi Main Store
    8 Reviews
    Tochigi Haga-gun Mashikomachi Kamioba Do Ke Iri 2356

    Walk a little deeper and you'll find the back room of more pottery works not displayed. Too bad not enough showcase of the artists to know who did the wares (both japanese and english), that kind of...

  • tobo mashiyama
    Tochigi Pref. Hagagunmashikomachi Jounaizaka 83
  • Linden
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tochigi Nikko-shi Myojin 235

Tochigi Main Areas


Most visits to Tochigi revolve around Nikko, a small city home to the spectacular, lavishly decorated Toshogu Shrine and Nikko National Park with its mountains, lakes, waterfalls, onsen, and wild monkeys. Neighboring Oku-Nikko is an extension of the fantastic scenery famous for its autumn leaves, while Tochigi's capital, Utsunomiya, is the only place in the world where you can find oya stone beautifully exhibited in temples and the Oya History Museum.

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