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Shopping Spots in Chiba Area

  • Tsu-Kujiraya
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Wadachouhanasono 127-3
    Run by a whaling company, this shop on the Sotobo-Kuroshio Line specializes in whale meat. They sell fresh Boso-oki Baird's beaked whale raw meat, steaks, and processed products like their Kujira-no-Tare with whale meat soaked in a soy sauce base before being sun dried. There is also an eatery that offers whale cuisine.
    Chiba Pref. Chibashi Mihama-ku Hibino 2-4
    This commercial facility is in front of Kaihin Makuhari Station. It has a variety of stores such as the Chiba Lotte Marines' official shop, about 30 restaurants, bookshops, tutoring schools, hair salons, and more. It also has an array of sports facilities to fit a variety of interests like a bouldering wall, hot yoga studio, fitness club, and indoor golf school.
  • Mubuyu
    1 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Chouseigunichinomiyamachi Ichinomiya 10129-1
    This bakery is near the southern end of Kujukuri Beach. They sell bread, sweet buns, bagels, and more baked fresh every morning, with varieties that change weekly. Their natural yeast bread and fresh sandwiches with home-made fillings are popular too. Sometimes they close around noon when the bread sells out. They don't have a sit-down eating area.

    一宮海岸近くの手作りパンとサンドイッチのお店です。 特にえびアボガドサンド、チキンサンドは美味しく、ボリュームもあってオススメです。 お店の外にテラス席がありますので、珈琲とパンをテイクアウトして食事をすることができます。

  • Le Ceebe
    1 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Chikurachouminamiasai 1069-1
    This confectionery shop is on the Boso Flower Line in Minamiasai, Chikura-cho, Minamiboso City. They sell cakes and baked sweets made with seasonal ingredients, and their popular Nameraka Pudding is limited to 12 servings a day. They have a cafe too, so you can select one of the items from their colorful showcase and eat it right there.

    美味しく食べてしまいました。写真撮り忘れました。 店の前に駐車スペースあります。イートインも可能なようです。 結構種類があり迷いました。 中々行けないけど、近くに行く際はまたお伺いしたいとおもいます。 車が無いと難しいかも。

  • Patisserie Longchamp
    Chiba Pref. Kimitsushi Nakano 2-5-22
    This Western style sweet shop is in Kimitsu City's Nakano 2-chome district. Using carefully selected flour, eggs, and fresh cream, they make standard pastries like Mont Blanc and mille-feuille, baked sweets like souffle and castella cakes, and chocolate items such as bonbons and raw chocolate. They also have weekly gelato specials including fresh milk, chocolate, and seasonal fruit flavors.
  • Kintoki no Amataro
    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Hanazakichou 527
    This obanyaki treat specialty shop is on the approach to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. Their Amataro-yaki features their own thin, crispy crust and is packed with homemade bean paste. They sell adzuki an (red bean paste) and shiro-an (white bean paste) varieties, and they're a popular snack with visitors walking to and from the temple.
  • Kameya Honten (Kamogawa Shop)
    Chiba Pref. Kamogawashi Yokosuka 1067-3
    "This souvenir shop is on the Sotobo-Kuroshio Line. They sell items that include the regional rice crackers known as ""Boshu Meibutsu Tai Senbei"" as well as ""Tai Miso,"" made with techniques passed down from their founding in the late Meiji period (1868?1912). A variety of Chiba specialties are available too, such as abalone sugatani, biwa loquat gelatin, and products that invoke the sea breams of Kominato's Tainoura Bay that appear in the legend of the Buddhist priest Nichiren's birth."
  • Inubo Station Store
    Chiba Pref. Choushishi Inubousaki 9595-1 Inu Station
    This gift shop is in Inubo Station. They sell local beer, prepared items, souvenirs, and products from Okinawa, as well as nuresenbei, a rice cracker and local specialty, the sales of which once saved Choshi Electric Rail from the bankruptcy. Besides trying fresh baked nuresenbei, you can also make them yourself by joining one of their workshops. The shop also sells items like taiyaki treats, french fries, and takoyaki octopus dumplings. You can eat your purchase at their outdoor seating area or at a standing cart.
  • Minamitei Nature Sweets Factory
    Chiba Pref. Futtsushi Kanaya Within 2288 The Fish
    "Minamitei Nature Sweets Factory is located inside ""the Fish"", a commercial facility in Kanaya. It sells baked goods, such as the Nokogiriyama Baumkuchen, made with Nanohana eggs from Kimitsu and milk from the village of Miyoshi., and the Yawaraka Baumkuchen, made with fresh cream. The adjacent Japanese-style confectionary sells Kokuto Manju, made with domestic brown sugar and honey, and other such treats."
  • Ougiya
    Chiba Pref. Funabashishi Matsugaoka 4-23-1
    This shop makes wagashi Japanese sweets from Tokachi, Hokkaido grown adzuki beans, Tanba, Hyogo Prefecture grown dainagon beans, shirozara sugar, and alkaline ionized water. Products include their Ningyo-yaki based on the Bakamen Dance in Funabashi's fishing town and shortbread with an image of Chiba-kun, Chiba Prefecture's mascot. They make over 100 kinds of fresh, top-grade seasonal wagashi sweets annually.
  • Moriya Shuzo (Sake Brewery)
    2 Reviews
    Sanmu City, Chiba Prefecture Hasunuma Ha 2929
    Moriya Shuzo is a sake brewery that was founded in 1893. Its main products are Maizakura sake, made with 100% Chiba-grown rice, and Morimasa rice shochu (distilled liquor). Tours of the brewery are offered (by reservation only), and visitors can taste the brewery's products free of charge and buy some to take home in the adjacent shop. With a spacious parking lot, the brewery can handle large tour buses. It welcomes about 100,000 visitors per year.


  • Sakekasu Shizen Kobo Fukuchan no Pan
    Chiba Pref. Katorigunkouzakimachi Kouzakihonjuku 639-6
    Sakekasu Shizen Kobo Fukuchan no Pan is a bakery located along the Tone Suigo Line Highway in Kozaki Honshuku in the town of Kozaki in Katori County. It makes bread dough using natural leavening derived from the sake lees that result from the sake brewing process at Terada Honke, a brewery located in Kozaki Town. It also makes and sells soy milk bread, made with soy milk from the tofu shop Tsuki no Tofu, also located in Kozaki Town.
  • Shinshogetsu
    Chiba Pref. Ichiharashi Goi 2021-1
    Shinshogetsu is a Japanese and Western-style confectionary located along Prefectural Highway 24 in Goi in the city of Ichihara. Its wares include such famous items as Junkin Kuroshio Monaka, thin crispy mochi wafers with pure gold leaf filled with adzuki bean paste, and Chiba Musume Tamaguri, along with Yokan (bean paste gelatin) as well as western confectionery including cake and other baked goods. They are great for eating at home or to buy as souvenirs or gifts.
  • Ishigama Pan Koubo Saffron (Shin-matsudo shop)
    Chiba Pref. Matsudoshi Shinmatsudokita 2-17-4
    Ishigama Pan Koubo Saffron makes and sells bread made with Tanzawa leavening French bread starter and stone-ground whole grain flour and baked in a stone oven. It also sells seasonally limited varieties of bread, such as Shin Matsudo Tsubu-iri Anpan, made with coarsely ground azuki beans of Mt. Yotei in Hokkaido, and Kurogome Shokupan, which has black rice kneaded into the dough, along with sandwiches. An eat-in corner on the premises allows customers to enjoy freshly baked bread.
  • Kawamura Saheiji Shoten
    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Nakamachi 381
    Located along the approach to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, Kawamura Saheiji Shop specializes in Japanese-style pickles. Its Teppo Fudozuke, named after Fudo Myo-o, the guardian deity of Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, and made from melons and cucumbers grown by a local farmer under contract. The shop also sells pickles with burdock root, mountain burdock root, and pickles with red pepper wrapped in shiso leaves, as well as Narazuke (vegetables pickled in sake dregs) and Kinzanji Miso.
  • Funabashi Regional Wholesale Market (Funabashi Market)
    Chiba Pref. Funabashishi Ichiba 1-8-1
    Funabashi Regional Wholesale Market is located a 15-minute walk from both JR Funabashi Station and Keisei Funabashi Station. It contains shops that sell seafood, but also shops that sell fruits and vegetables, packaged meat, and processed foods, along with restaurants and bars. Many events are held here, including a market tour that the visitors can enter a -50°C freezer building, cooking classes, and open market.
  • Syunsai
    Chiba Pref. Kamogawashi Hiroba 777
    Syunsai is a souvenir shop located in Shiosai Marketplace along the Sotobo Kuroshio Line. It sells products that Chiba Prefecture produces more of than anywhere else in Japan: peanuts and loquats. It also sells wide selections of famous local confections, processed foods made from agricultural and marine products, locally brewed sake, and novelty items decorated with the figures of local cartoon symbols. Other popular items include loquat jelly, which contains an entire loquat, and sardines fried fisherman's style.
  • Choshi Select Ichiba, Select Hall
    19 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Choushishi Futabachou 3-6
    "Choshi Select Ichiba is an upscale market located along the street that runs in front of Choshi Station. Choshi Select Hall sells agricultural products, marine products, souvenirs of Choshi, and other merchandise carefully selected by residents of the city. There are also unique shop such as Chokura, designed around the concepts of ""Making Your Condition Better Physically and Mentally"" and facility such as Choshi Geopark Visitor Center."

    駅から少し離れていました。 銚子のお土産や野菜、お弁当や地元産のお菓子などが売っていました。 アメリカ人が描いた銚子のポストカードが売っていて犬吠崎灯台のカードが とても素敵だったので買いました。 銚子のいい思い出になりました。 お醤油ソフトクリームが美味しかったです。 ここに来れば銚子のお土産が揃っていると思います。

  • Choshi Yamaju
    Chiba Pref. Choushishi Chuouchou 18-3
    "Choshi Yamaju is a specialty shop manufactures and sells Hishio, a semi-solid forerunner of soy sauce. A malt made from soybeans and barley is matured to create this fermented condiment, which is sometimes called ""solid soy sauce."" Choshi Yamaju also makes a spicy Chinese condiment, La Jiang Jiang, which has Hishio as a base. In addition to Gensho, the liquid that is produced when fermenting Hishio, the shop also sells soy sauce and miso."
  • Choshi Electric Railway Nuresenbei Station
    Chiba Pref. Choushishi Obamachou 1753
    Located in Choshi, Nuresenbei Station is directly owned by Choshi Electric Railway, a local rail company. Its main product is Nuresenbei (rice crackers dipped in soy sauce immediately after baking), a famous snack food whose sales that saved the railway from going out of business. It also sells Arare (small rice crackers), fried mochi, and other treats, along with processed foods made from seafood or peanuts, railway branded goods, and products of Okinawa. Customers can also try their hand at making their own Nuresenbei, something that families and groups of friends can enjoy together.

Chiba Main Areas


The Boso Peninsula forms the main body of Chiba prefecture, and this is where you'll find its endless warm water beaches and jagged mountains. Further inland, Naritaーmost famous as the home of Narita Airportーis a secret haven of tradition and history in the form of centuries-old Shinshoji Temple and quaint wooden Edo buildings. Chiba prefecture is also home to both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.

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