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Shopping Spots in Chiba Area

  • Tsukudani Oumi
    Chiba Pref. Katsurashi Katsura 146
    Tsukudani Oumi is a restaurant specializing in Tsukudani (ingredients simmered in soy sauce and sweet sake), located on Asaichi Avenue in the area of Katsuura, Katsuura City. It also serves additive-free boiled fish meat, made from tuna or bonito; Kakuni (a stew of cubed fish meat), Shigureni (ginger-simmered fish meat in soy sauce and mirin), and Soboroni (flakes of boiled fish meat). They also sell dried horse mackerel caught locally, Amaume (pickled plum cooked with sweet sake and bonito broth), and others.
  • Tagosaku Senbei Main Shop
    Chiba Pref. Chibashi Chuou-ku Shinjuku 1-20-5
    This senbei rice cracker shop located along the Oami Highway sells senbei grilled one by one over charcoals with batter made with a traditional method from long ago, and finished with a special sauce. It uses only the finest ingredients, such as koshihikari rice from Chiba Prefecture for the batter, and natural soy sauce also from Chiba Prefecture that uses no additives.
  • Fujikura Shoten
    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Saiwaichou 488
    "This store selling miscellaneous goods is located along the main road leading to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. Based on the concept of good things, real things and valuable things, it sells bamboo, wood and rattan products handcrafted by craftsmen using natural materials. It carries approximately 3,000 differently practical items for various uses including the popular ""Takesei Daikon-oroshi daburu-ha"" (bamboo double-toothed daikon radish grater), sieves, baskets, bento lunch boxes, seiro (bamboo steamers) and ohitsu (wooden containers for cooked rice)."
  • Tohei Shuzo Co. Ltd.
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Kimitsushi Kururichiba 147
    "This brewery located along the Kururi Highway was founded in 1716. It brews the renowned sake ""Fukuiwai"" that uses remarkable water from Kururi that was chosen as one of the 100 Exquisite and Well-Conserved Waters of the Heisei Period (1989?2019), and has been highly receiving, winning gold medals seven times at the Annual Japan Sake Awards. Although it does not offer tours, there is an adjoining direct sales shop where you can enjoy free samples."
  • Michi no Minato Marutake
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Chiba Pref. Kamogawashi Hamaogi 1008-1
    This roadside station has a processed seafood corner with dry foods, and salted and dried items, and a fresh fish corner that sells fresh fish from Kamogawa and Katsuura. It also sells famous confections from Boso and local sake. The adjoining cafeteria offers ramen using seafood such as special Japanese spiny lobster ramen and a boiled whole red snapper set meal, set meals with dried fish, and rice bowls.
  • Kashiwaya Monakaten
    10 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Katorishi Sawara I 569
    This monaka (sweet with red bean jam sandwiched between thin crisp wafers) shop is located along Prefectural Route 55 and was opened in 1927. It manufactures and sells various types of monaka filled with chunky or fine bean paste, white bean paste, yuzu-flavored bean paste using yuzu citrus harvested every year, bean paste using brown sugar or chestnuts. In addition, their bite-sized monaka are very popular even as gifts.


  • Le Patissier Yokoyama (Yatsu Store)
    Chiba Pref. Narashinoshi Yatsu 4-8-45
    This pastry shop located in Narashino City, Chiba Prefecture offers pastries with ingredients specially selected by the chef, and is where you can enjoy cakes using seasonal ingredients, pudding and pies. They can also create cakes with original paintings or transferred photos. Their sizeable pastries are loved by local residents.
  • Hayashida no Osenbei
    5 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Saiwaichou 490
    This senbei rice cracker shop located in Narita City, Chiba Prefecture is along the main Naritasan Temple approach road, and was opened in 1912, making it the oldest in Narita. You can buy senbei to eat while walking, as souvenirs or to take home. The senbei made from dough has an exquisite hardness, and you can also eat them skewered with a simple soy sauce or sweet mitarashi.

    駅から歩いて、参道に入り、入口付近、右側にある、おせんべい屋さんです。 焼き立ても食べられます。今日は妹が好きな、ぬれ煎餅360円を購入しました。 銚子のぬれ煎餅に比べて甘みがあり、美味しいです。

  • Minamiboso Dorakuen
    13 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Tomiurachoufukana 505-1
    This complex facility located along the Tateyama Bypass has restaurants and souvenir shops. With the local fish kaiten-zushi (conveyor belt sushi) restaurant Yamadenmaru, local kaisen-don (seafood rice bowl) shop Bangoya Honten, and the all-you-can-eat hama-yaki (seafood grilled soon after catching) restaurant Ichiba Shokudo Amagoya, you can taste the bounty from the sea of Minamiboso. The souvenir shop sells specialty goods and original products, in addition to fresh fish, processed seafood goods and fresh local agricultural products.


    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Pref. Chibashi Mihama-ku Isobe 2-8-3 Inage Beach Park
    "This seafood restaurant in Inage Seaside Park has a slogan of ""The bounty of the sea on your table."" Guests can dine on its open seaside terrace, or even hold a wedding there with its large windowed matrimonial stage. The bakery cafe Brioche Doree is in the building too and has its own dining area."
  • Matsudo Nanbu Ichiba
    Chiba Pref. Matsudoshi Matsudoshinden 30
    Matsudo Nanbu Ichiba is composed of a fresh seafood building, a building for related food products, a fruit and vegetable building, and others. In addition to fresh fish and processed seafood, there are shops that sell fruits and vegetables or meat, as well as flowers, miscellaneous items, and kitchen tools. While shopping, customers can also stop in at the market's sushi restaurant, lunch and dinner establishments, coffee shops, or other restaurants. It is possible to take tours of the market and experience the -30°C freezer warehouse, watch tuna being cut up, and shop at the flea market, among other events.
  • Kashiwanoha T-SITE
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Pref. Kashiwashi Wakashiba 227-1
    This commercial complex is located along National Route 16. It is a lifestyle proposal-oriented facility, with apparel shops, miscellaneous goods shops, bakeries, restaurants, outdoor goods stores, photo studies and hair salons, centered around the Tsutaya Books with kitchen and craft tables inside. It invites experts and regularly holds events related to food, child raising, manufacturing and healing.
  • Maruhei
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Numa 985-10
    Operating out of the Maruhei Minshuku inn, this tiny seaside pudding shop makes and sells Minamiboso Peanut Pudding, popular for its rich, peanut-y flavor. This delicious local pudding is made with a focus on local production for local consumption, including Chiba peanuts, Minamiboso eggs, and Boshu Dairy Farm milk.
  • Orandaya Shinminato Daini Factory Shop
    Chiba Pref. Chibashi Mihama-ku Shinminato 211
    "Orandaya was founded in 1949, and ever since then, it has been producing reliable, safe confections made with carefully selected ingredients from Chiba and elsewhere. The Shinminato Plant No. 2 Outlet Shop sells reasonably priced ""seconds"" that still have the same wonderful flavors that you expect from Orandaya. The shop is easy to find, thanks to the sign on one corner of the plant."
  • Tamurapan
    Chiba Pref. Choushishi Uematsuchou 2212-2
    Tamurapan(bakery) produces and sells the Konoha Pan, a baked sweetsthat is a famous local confection in the city of Choshi. Using a recipe developed by the company's founder about 90 years ago, the tradition has been carried on through the second and third generations without ever leaving the family. In addition, adjustments have been made to create even better products. Many people are fond of Choshi's famous Konoha Pan, and it often sells out quickly. If you plan to buy some, it is a good idea to contact the shop to find out if they have any left.
  • Komagata
    Chiba Pref. Isumishi Nitta 1533
    A long-standing cheese workshop located in Isumi City, Chiba Prefecture, Komagata’s sakebitashi cheese, made with sake, was famously selected to be served in first class on a Japanese airline’s flights. This renowned cheese shop sees visitors traveling from far and wide to purchase its delicacies.
  • Chiba Tommy Shinmatsudo Shop
    Chiba Pref. Matsudoshi Shinmatsudo 3-38-1
    A long-standing Western confectionary located in Shinmatsudo, Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. Since its establishment, Chiba Tommy has been famous for its peanut sable cookies, lovingly handmade using delicious local Chiba peanuts. Celebrating their 40th anniversary in 2018, the shop’s peanut sables remain a consistent favorite. Some of the shop’s many other sweets include the Tojo sanraku financier cakes and the peanuts no tsudoi peanut confection assortment.
  • Toraya
    2 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Chibashi Chuou-ku Fujimi 2-12-1 Toriya Building 1F
    A beloved Japanese confectionary shop which has continued to make delicious sweets by hand since its establishment in 1938. Skilled workers use 100% Hokkaido adzuki beans to create the shop’s a sweet bean paste. The shop’s most popular item is its dorayaki, which are made fresh each morning only in enough quantity for that day. Toraya’s seasonal tea sweets are also fantastic.

    富士見町の通称ナンパ通りに面している和菓子屋さん 種類豊富でどれも美味しいです。 よく手土産用に利用させてもらってます。

  • Tsuki no Tofu
    Chiba Pref. Katorigunkouzakimachi Kouzakihonjuku 2055
    A shop making select tofu using local Kozaki soybeans and spring water. Many of the shop’s products are so renowned they sell out early each day. In Kozaki, unaltered, heirloom soybeans are grown which are characterized by their strong fragrance and sweet flavor. Meanwhile, Kozaki spring water is rich in minerals. Tsuki no Tofu uses these and two types of nigari bittern depending on the product to create tofu with a conspicuously prominent and delicious soybean flavor.
  • Tomisaki Bakery
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Aihama 254
    A bakery located in Aihama, Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture. Tomisaki Bakery’s shelves are lined with healthy breads created with homemade yeast and with no added preservatives. The melon bread and cream bread, made with plenty of local eggs, are particularly popular. Other breads on offer amongst the bakery’s large selection such as the limited time Kobe lettuce burger are made with seasonal vegetables.

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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