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Shopping Spots in Chiba Area

  • Patisserie Cuisson
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Mobarashi Oshibi 417-51
    Patisserie Cuisson carefully prepares its sweets one at a time by hand in the shop’s kitchen and offers around 20 varieties of traditional European confections at any given time. Avoiding preservatives, the shop uses select ingredients, such as eggs from farms in Chiba known for their rich egg whites, and strawberries from farms taking particular care in their cultivation. The adjoining café sells galettes during lunch.
  • Camellia
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Tomiurachoufukana 505-1
    A souvenir shop specializing in natural tuna and seafood direct from the port located inside Dorakuen, a theme park dedicated to fun and food. The shop carries a wide variety of distinctive Minamiboso products such as sea bream chikuwa fish paste cakes and sardine hamburg steaks, a Dorakuen original. The shop’s philosophy is seasonal ingredients when in season, and some products may not be available depending on the time of year.
  • Uchiwa-no-Ota-ya
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Tomiurachoutadara 1193
    Ota-ya, makers of Edo fans in Tokyo, moved to Boshu because of the war, and since then has been making beautiful fans for four generations. There is shop where visitors can buy fans made from toweling, crepe paper and fans to compliment yukatas. There are also many original, one-of-a-kind products too.
  • Eitaro
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Kisaradushi Fujimi 2-1-1
    Eitaro, loved for its confections for years, is famous for its tanuki monaka (a sweet in the shape of a raccoon dog) which was first created in 1955. The sweet, associated with the belly-drumming raccoon dog of the nearby Shojo-ji Temple, is made in two varieties, a sweet adzuki bean paste made of a mixture of mashed and whole beans, and a sweet white bean paste. Both are popular. Their tanuki senbei (rice crackers) with cute pictures of raccoon dogs on them are also popular as souvenirs.
  • oyatsu marche & Zakka Owl
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    3.0
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    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Aburi 223
    A confectionery store located in the Tateyama Chuo Farmer’s Market along the Sotobo-Kuroshio Line in Aburi, Tateyama City. The store mainly produces waffles made with carefully selected ingredients and also offers other confectioneries such as cookies, chiffon cakes, scones and muffins produced by more than 20 affiliated cake shops. There is also a boutique shop, Zakka Owl, which sells gifts and goods inspired by the concept of simplicity and ease-of-use.

    かき氷が食べたくて検索して出てきたこちらに伺いました。一人で経営されているのか、なかなかゆっくりなペースで意外に待ちました。地元のお客さんがテイクアウトで買っているのが多い様子。店内は雑貨屋も兼ねており食べれるスペースは2席、外にも座れるスペースはありますが落ち着いて食べれる雰囲気では残念ながらないです。本格コーヒーやクッキーなどテイクアウトするのが良さそうです。

  • Onkashitsukasa Kadohachi Main Shop
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Chouseigunichinomiyamachi Ichinomiya 3012
    A traditional Japanese confectionery store located along National Route 128, a five minute walk from Kazusa-Ichinomiya Station. The store sells all sorts of confections including manju (sweet buns), dorayaki (bean-jam pancake), and yokan (adzuki-bean jelly). Their famous daifuku cakes (rice cakes stuffed with sweet bean jam) are made with seasonal fruits such as their mikan daifuku with a whole mikan orange wrapped inside mochi and white bean jam, apricot cheese daifuku, rakkasei (peanuts) fresh cream daifuku, as well as strawberry daifuku.

    If you are not from Ichinomiya, who would imagine this beautiful wagashi store exist on a quiet old shopping street. Beautiful selection and creative Daifukus. Treat for yourself and wonderful...

  • Komaso Confectionery
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Chikurachouminamiasai 1209-1
    This is a confectionery store located along the Boso Flower Line in Chikuracho-minamiasai, Minamiboso City. The store offers various kinds of Western and Japanese confectioneries such as Hana fuwari, a white steamed bean-jam pancake sprinkled with local specialty marigold petals, Waguri (Japanese chestnut) Mont Blanc cream cake using white bean paste, and cheese bouchée sandwiched with a creamed cheese of 100% Calpis butter.
  • Abumo Oil Manufacturer
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Katorishi Sawara B 3398
    This is a chilli oil and sesame oil specialty shop established about 350 years ago, located in Sawara, Katori City. The store offers first press oil made with traditional methods from carefully chosen white sesame seeds and raw first press oil from unroasted sesame seeds. The organic chili oil is made with eight types of spices added to the sesame oil.
  • Tateyama Nakamuraya Tateyama Station Store
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    74 Reviews
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    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Houjou 1882
    This bakery, founded in 1919, is located one minute walk from the east exit of Tateyama Station. The bread sold in the store is additive-free, and made by skilled bakers using traditional methods. The shop sells baked confectionery as well as the anpan (a bun filled with red bean paste) made with carefully selected red beans, and a kashiwamochi (oak leaf) shaped cream bun, a favorite since the establishment of the shop.

    Wow! I love this bakery. I lived half a block away from the Nakapan. It's located just across the circle from Tateyama Station in Chiba Japan. The Bakery is over 100 years old and is wonderfully...

  • Nagomi-Yoneya Main Shop
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    4.0
    79 Reviews
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    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Kamichou 500
    This is a Japanese confectionery shop, founded in 1899, located on the Omotensando Road in Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple. It is known as the shop that introduced chestnut yokan, sweet bean jelly, to Japan and the jelly was based on the vegetarian cuisine ‘chestnut soup’ of Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple. The sweet bean jellies such as the Gokujo-oozao-youkan made by traditional methods, are famous and have been loved for many years as a souvenir of pilgrims to Naritasan. The Peanuts Monaka, a sweet using peanuts, a special product of Chiba, as well as standard Japanese sweets such as kintsuba and dorayaki, and seasonal sweets are also available.

    Its pretty famous Japanese sweets shop here, in particular sweet beans paste. Some foreign friends said too sweets, another said its healthy because no fatty cream in there... There are some sample...

  • Patisserie Kirikawa
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    5.0
    2 Reviews
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    Chiba Pref. Katsurashi Hamakatsura 317
    This is a pastry shop in Hamakatsuura, Katsuura City. The shop sells original baked goods with unusual names such as a cake that resembles a dried horsemackeral Hirakigoma (Open sesame), and a confectionery made using hijiki seaweed Hijiki Bijin (Beauty) as well as 20 varieties of cake.

    旅館で出してあったゴマサブレが美味しくて、旅館の方から聞いて行きました。お魚の形をしたゴマサブレを購入。お土産に喜ばれました。

  • Boyodo Tateyamaginza Branch
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Houjou 1804
    Boyodo Tateyamaginza Branch located two minutes’ walk from Tateyama Station in Hojo, Tateyama City is a traditional Japanese confectionary shop. The hallmark product is Hananakko, a foiled-and-baked sweet using bean paste made with egg yolk. It also makes and sells sweets such as Ichigo daifuku (red bean paste and a strawberry wrapped in a rice cake) which is available only from January to early April and uses strawberries from Tateyama and can be enjoyed with two types of bean paste: white and black.
  • fruit cafe ORANGE (Minami Nagareyama)
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    4.0
    3 Reviews
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    Chiba Pref. Nagareyamashi Minaminagareyama 2-4-2 Emyo 2F
    fruit café ORANGE is a café located around one minute’s walk from Minami Nagareyama Station in the Minami Nagareyama district of Nagareyama City. The café serves fruit parfait made using different types of fruit, which are all beautifully arranged, along with other menu options featuring seasonal fruits, all at very reasonable prices.

    オレンジのパフェが大変美味しかった。南流山駅のロータリーの2階にあるマンションの2階にこちらの店がありました。喫茶店というよりはスイーツ専門店という感じでショートケーキなども美味しそうでした。

  • Kouji Sandwitch Suzumura
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Nodashi Yamazaki 1357-1
    This sandwich specialty store is in Yamazaki, Noda City, along the Nagareyama Highway. From a mix of vegetables and sweet and savory fillings they boast a lineup of 50 different types of sandwiches. Their drink menu also spans 46 different options and take-out is available as well.

    昼過ぎに訪問。 元の品数はとても種類豊富だったのですが、売り切れてしまっていた商品もいくつかありました。 甘い系からお食事系まで種類豊富で、特に女性が好きそうな種類(アボカドやチキンやかぼちゃ、生クリームなど)が多いので、女性客が多かったですね。 店員さんは3.4人ほどいて、オーダーが決まったら声をかける感じですが、、 結構すぐに声かけしてくださるのはよいのですが、ゆっくり選びたいので急かされ...

  • Boulangerie Surje
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Houjou 2416-22
    Boulangerie Surje is a bakery in Hojo, Tateyama City, which is situated around three minutes’ walk from the West Exit of Tateyama Station. It makes and sells bread which is made using a special blend of domestic and imported wheat flour, natural yeast, water purified using reverse osmosis, and Guérande salt from France. Boulangerie Surje also sells cakes and desserts made using seasonal fruits.

    ガイドブックに載っていたイチジクのタルトを目当てに行きましたが、残念ながら時期が終わってしまって品切れ・・・。そこで、ぱっと見ておいしそうだったシュークリームを注文。想像通り、あっさりしたクリームでおいしかったです!ここのメニューをいろいろ試してみたいと思いました。訪れたとき、ちょうどショーケースにかわいいらしい妖怪ウォッチのケーキ(誰かのバースデーケーキ?)がありました。もし住んでいたら子どもの...

  • Concorde Nakayama Shop
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
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    Chiba Pref. Funabashishi Motonakayama 2-15-11
    Concorde is a venerable Western-style bakery located near Shimosa-Nakayama Station in the city of Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture. All sorts of well-remembered old-style breads and rolls are available, including crullers, curry rolls, ham cutlet sandwiches. The eat-in area allows customers to consume their purchases immediately after buying them and to buy coffee at a reasonable price. Other favorite items include apple pie with a generous filling of apples and cream rolls with a generous filling of cream.

    季節ごとの旬の素材を使ったオリジナルパンが嬉しいですね。でも、定番ですがコロッケパンが好きです。コーヒーを格安でいただけるのもグッドです。店内が厨房の匂いで満たされてるのが少し辛いかも。

  • Shimoda Koseido Pan Chaya
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Kamichou 551
    Shimoda Koseido Pan Chaya is a bakery and café located on the avenue that leads up to the Narita-san Shinshoji Temple in Kamicho, Narita City. Besides the bread rolls, fried bread etc. which are prepared fresh every day, Shimoda Koseido Pan Chaya also sells soufflé cakes etc. One of the bakery’s most popular products is its “eel bread,” which as the name suggests contains eel, reflecting the fact that the building that Shimoda Koseido Pan Chaya occupies used to be an eel shop.
  • Cafe de Souvenir pancake restaurant (Sakaeya)
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Matsudoshi Matsudoshinden 553-5
    Cafe de Souvenir is a specialist pancake restaurant run by sponge-cake manufacturers Sakaeya; the restaurant is located on Prefectural Route 281 in Matsudo-shinden, Matsudo City. The pancakes available include “main course” pancakes such as Shrimp and Avocado Pancake, Turkish Kebab Pancake and BLT Pancake, as well as “dessert” pancakes such as Berry Pancake and Chocolate and Banana Pancake. At lunchtime, diners can enjoy a set meal that includes four types of “main course” pancakes as well as beverages and dessert.
  • Kimura Peanuts
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Shimosanagura 236-3
    Kimura Peanuts is a direct outlet peanut store located in Shimosanagura, Tateyama City. The Kimura company handles every stage of the production process, from peanut-growing through processing to sales; the peanuts are hand-shelled to prevent unnecessary damage. Besides selling unshelled peanuts and hand-shelled peanuts, Kimura Peanuts also sells a range of peanut products, including peanut paste, peanut soft-serve ice-cream, etc. Kimura Peanuts has its own café.
  • Cogets Koen Street Shop
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Touganeshi Higashiwasaki 5-10
    A well-established shop over 100 years old, Cogets is famous for sweets that use citron—a specialty of Togane City. The citron jelly and citron monaka are beloved for their exquisite tradition that has stood since the end of the Meiji period. In addition, the “Kogane Yuzu” made with carefully-selected citron and coated in jelly is popular.

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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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