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Souvenirs Spots in Gunma Area

  • Third generation Darumaya Mashimo
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Takasakishi Yachiyomachi 2-4-5
    "This specialty Daruma shop is located in Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture. It sells a number of different Daruma, including traditional Takasaki Daruma, original Daruma and Daruma based on famous characters. There are also plenty of unique products, such as ""Make-your-own Daruma"" where customers can draw their own beard onto the Daruma, and ""Limited Design Daruma"", which come with colorful florets. Customers can also request their own choice of writing to be drawn on the Daruma."
  • Ueno Village Fureaikan
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    3.0
    2 Reviews
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Tanogunuenomura Narahara 316-1
    This tourism facility is located in Ueno Village, Tano County, Gunma Prefecture, at the final stop of the Ueno Village bus route. It is operated by Ueno Cooperative Association of Fisheries. In addition to sightseeing information provided by large multi-screen monitors and television broadcasts, there is also a rest area where visitors can find information on the internet. There is also a shop which sells a large selection of Ueno Village souvenirs, including products made from Jukkoku miso and inobuta (a wild boar—domestic pig hybrid), and a café corner, where visitors can enjoy coffee, ice cream and a mushroom curry made with an abundant amount of locally grown mushrooms.

    頼りになるのが、この川の駅です。何度か昼飯を食べさせてもらいました。特段に美味しいものにありつけるわけではないのですが、贅沢は言えないところです。

  • Yoritomo (Yubatake Store)
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Agatsumagunkusatsumachi Kusatsu 116-2
    This souvenir shop’s doorway curtain hangs in the Kusatsu Onsenkyo Hot Spring Village Yubatake area. The name of the shop comes from the legend of Minamoto no Yoritomo, who was healed by Kusatsu’s spring water. The main souvenir sold here is Tamari pickles, which is one of the local delicacies. There are also unusual pickled foods such as onions lining the shelves. There are perfect gourmet food for eating on the move. There are also hot Amazake for adults and Gunma’s famous Konjac Oden. One of the most popular items on the plentiful menu is the slow-boiled egg which is cooked in hot spring water. It can be served in a cup, so it is easy to eat, or taken home to eat, since it will keep for a long time.
  • Garakuta Mingei
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Agatsumagunnakanojoumachi Shima 4143-2 Inside my inn
    Garakuta Mingei is a folk craft shop located opposite the Kurenai Ryokan in the Shima Onsen resort in Shima, Nakanojo Town. The proprietress of the ryokan is running the shop by herself and stocks a wide range of different folk crafts from craftsmen around the country.
  • Kusastu Onsen – Yu-no-Ka Store
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Agatsumagunkusatsumachi Kusatsu 110
    A long-established souvenir store founded in 1900 and located in front of the yubatake (hot water field and spring source) in Kusatsu, Kusatsu Town. The shop sells a wide variety of souvenirs such as confectionery, local sake, noodles and pickles, and miscellaneous goods. The shop’s own brand Yukemuri Series which includes bath powders and shampoo, etc. using the natural spring waters and mineral deposits from Kusatsu Onsen are also popular.

    湯畑前のおみやげ屋さんです。スナックから漬け物、まんじゅうと多岐に渡ります。食べ歩きもできるメニューもあるので一見するのも良いでしょう。

  • Shokoku Mingei Tentemari
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    4.0
    9 Reviews
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Shibukawashi Ikahomachikaho 72-6
    This folkcraft shop is located in an alley of the stone steps in the Ikaho Hot Spring area of Ikaho, Ikaho Town. In addition to folk toys such as temari (traditional handball game), kendama (cup and ball game), kaleidoscopes, and pellet drums, the shop also sells pottery, woodwork goods, dyed textiles, and other folkcrafts. In addition, the first floor of the shop is a teahouse called “Sabo Temari” that offers handmade cakes and other items.

    石段の湯に浸かり、お休み処で牛乳を飲み周囲を見ると伊香保周辺ガイドがあり写真付きでカレーが紹介されていました。温泉と玉コン屋近くに在るようで、探しても見つからず諦めかけていた時、細いとても細い路地から人が出て来て、ここにあるんだと進むと店があります。二階が雑貨で一階が喫茶になっています。カレー(辛口)を注文食べてみると辛さが後から来ます。なかなか美味しいカレーで後を引きます。コーヒーもセットで付け...

  • Kusatsu Glass Kura Shop 1
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Agatsumagunkusatsumachi Kusatsu 483-1
    Kusatsu Glass Kura is a store selling glassware and also offering experiences such as Tonbo glass bead making. The Shop 1 is the only store in Kusatsu with a hot spring specifically for cooking hot spring eggs. The shop sells hot spring eggs carefully made one by one, as well as Kusatsu Onsen glass, glassware, figurines, and accessories. The brilliant emerald green hot spring glass and colorful glass beads are beautiful.
  • Akebiya Kogeihin Samata
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Shibukawashi Ikahomachikaho 10-6
    An akebi-zaiku chocolate vine wickerwork shop located in Ikaho-machi, Shibukawa City, Gunma Prefecture where you can purchase Ikaho vine wickerwork, designated a traditional craft by Gunma Prefecture. In addition to akebi-zaiku, the shop also carries a variety of other superb goods shaped by the hands of master craftspeople, including vases, bags, and baskets woven from crimson glory vines and walnut vines.
  • Gunma Iroha
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Takasakishi Yashimachou 222 E-site Takasaki 2F
    Gunma Iroha is a new style of store that sells all the amazing, famous Gunma specialty products chosen by reviewing the attraction of the prefecture found through interaction with the locals. It is located at a convenient place on the second floor of the E’site Takasaki at the east exit of Takasaki JR Station. It is a recommended place to find souvenirs. All the attractions of Gunma Prefecture are packed into this store.
  • Oze Marshland Rest Area
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gunma Tone-gun Katashinamura Tokura Nakaharayama 898-13
    A rest area located in the Oze Marshland. Standing next to the Ozenuma Sanso mountain villa, the rest area has a restaurant and gift and souvenir shop. In the restaurant, you can enjoy light meals such as udon noodles, soba noodles, and kakuni stewed pork belly ramen; the scarlet runner bean gelato is particularly popular. The shop sells a variety of gifts, souvenirs, and Mont Bell products. Visitors can take in a view of Oze Marshland and Hiuchigatake beyond and take a relaxing break in an open, area, and relaxing location. The rest area also bustles with hikers using it as a base for hiking in Oze Marshland and climbing Hiuchigatake.
  • Kuroda Toy Ningyo
    Shopping
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Chiyodamachi 2-chome 7-17
  • Ashikaga Ya
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Chiyodamachi 2-chome 7-14
  • Kimura Daruma
    Shopping
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Kami-aonashimachi 33
  • Oze Gift
    Shopping
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Amagawaoshimamachi 1-33-19
  • Kurosawa package
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Maebashishi Hakemachi 339-42
  • Sarada Otone
    Shopping
    Gunma Maebashi Shimoshindenmachi 460-150
  • Karasawa Pottery
    Shopping
    Gunma Maebashi Chiyodamachi 2-9-2
  • Kikuya Pottery
    Shopping
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Chiyodamachi 2-chome 7-16
  • Saga Product
    Shopping
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Aonashimachi 170
  • Yamadayasetomono
    Shopping
    Gunma Pref. Maebashishi Sumiyoshichou 1-6-10

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Gunma prefecture is synonymous with onsen. Natural hot spring water sources throughout the prefecture have given rise to a series of small onsen towns, each set among luscious mountains. At Kusatsu, Ikaho, and Minakami, traditional indoor and outdoor bathing experiences are served hand in hand with irresistible onsen-themed food, including steam-cooked eggs and custard pudding.

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