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  • Ikadayaki Honpo Shojyo
    Chiba Pref. Katorishi Sawara I 3406
    This shop in Sawara, Katori City specializes in tsukudani, preserved food boiled in soy sauce. Originally an Edo period soy sauce merchant, today they manufacture and sell tsukudani made from an additive free sauce with a honjozo (pure brew) soy sauce base. Popular items include their Ikada-yaki with skewered, lightly roasted wakasagi smelt and tender Yaki-hama, or roast clam.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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."
  • 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.
  • 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.

    こちらのお店は参道にありますので、お土産も良いのですが、 1枚から食べ歩き用に購入出来るのが良いです。 近くでソフトクリームを食べた後に購入しましたよ。

  • Matsudo Nanbu Ichiba
    6 Reviews
    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.

    松戸の野菊野団地の隣にある、市内でも有名な市場です。 小さな商店がたくさん詰まっていて、特に早朝は、とても混むので、急がなければ昼頃から出かけるのが良いかも知れません。

  • Onkashitsukasa Kadohachi Main Shop
    11 Reviews
    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
    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
    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
    82 Reviews
    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. Its 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
    97 Reviews
    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.

    Ive noticed each time I went to this shop that the shop assistants were not friendly. They had only one kind of yokan (mushi-yokan) for tasting. It was nice to have a tiny piece with a cup of tea...

  • Boyodo Tateyamaginza Branch
    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.
  • Kimura Peanuts
    82 Reviews
    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.

    Really famous on TV and Magazines, this shop sells everything peanuts, raw, baked and boiled. The lady said, The Peanut Butter is MUCH better than Skippy!, yes it was, very fresh (needs...

  • Toraya Kashiho
    1 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Katorishi Sawara A) 1717
    This old wagashi (Japanese confectionery) shop has continued for 18 generations since 1657. They produce and sell both Japanese and Western-style sweets for each season. Their potato jelly—made with local sweet potatoes—is a top product, and the rakka monaka—made with peanuts—is a popular souvenir.

    市街の中心部のある和菓子屋さん。 楽華最中をいただきました。楽華は落花生の落花。包みを開けると落花生の形の最中が現れて、ちょっとリアルですね。重量感のある白餡がいい甘さです。

  • Suzumeyaki Asacho
    Chiba Pref. Katorishi Sawara B) 460
    Asacho’s tsukudani style food is the result of many years of experience. It features superb artisanship, select, high quality natural ingredients, and their secret sauce, giving their delicacies a refined flavor. One of the key ingredients is unavailable, so in place of their popular suzumeyaki grilled fish, they currently offer seasoned pond smelt, gudgeon fish, and skewered onigarayaki freshwater shrimp.
  • Tsuchiya Confectionery Shop
    Chiba Pref. Isumigunotakimachi Shinmachi 83
    Founded in 1919, Tsuchiya Confectionary Shop is famous for its irresistible “Kazusa-otaki-jo monaka, jyumangoku” sweets. These feature fine tsubuan sweet bean paste using quality azuki beans from Hokkaido and Monaka wafers caringly baked with carefully selected domestic glutinous rice. Always made with top grade ingredients, these are the finest sweets and worthy of the name Hondake Jumangoku.
  • Asahi Meat Cooperative Direct-Sales Depot
    Asahi-shi, Chiba-ken 5944
    The Asahi Meat Cooperative Direct-Sales Depot is popular for its fresh pork, ham, and sausage. Meticulous at every stage from raw materials to finished product, the pork produced in their own factory is renowned for its amazing flavor. In addition to ham, bacon, and sausage, they offer meat products like roast pork, gyoza dumplings, shumai dumplings, imobuta brand pork, fresh pork offal, and gift items.
  • Fureai Ichiba Market
    9 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Funakata 297-88
    A market managed by the Tateyama Funakata Fishing Cooperative in Funakata, Tateyama City. They sell fresh seasonal fish sent directly from Funakata Harbor as well as dried fish processed in house. There's also the restaurant Tomoya where you can enjoy a meal made with seasonal local seafood.


Chiba 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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