Other Shopping Spots in Chiba Area

  • Roadside Station Shonan
    111 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Kashiwashi Minowashinden 59-2
    This roadside station is located near Tega ohashi Bridge, and has a direct sales agricultural area that sells agricultural products such as vegetables freshly harvested that day and eggs, processed goods and prepared dishes. The adjoining restaurants utilize local ingredients to offer Chinese cuisine, pasta, freshly-baked bread, cakes and sweets like soft-serve ice cream. Bicycle rentals are available on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays, and they can be returned at any of seven rental bicycle stations around Teganuma.

    手賀沼遊歩道の道中にあります。わざわざ訪れるにはには小さいけれど、散歩やサイクリングの途中に立ち寄るには最適です。 The shop is not so big. It is located on the walking course of Teganuma. You can see beautiful scenery on sunny day.

  • Wosse 21
    94 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Choushishi Kawaguchichou 2-6529-34
    This tourist facility adjacent to Choshi Port Tower has a seafood market featuring marine produce landed at Choshi Port and processed marine products. It's lined with shops selling seafood rice bowls and other fresh ocean cuisine. Its Seafood Restaurant Wosse has a diverse menu with that includes set meals, rice bowls, and a la carte dishes.

    A cross between a fish market and a food court, Wosse 21 is worth visiting if youre in Choshi. Some fresh fish and various souvenirs available.

  • Hamazu
    42 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Futtsu-shi Kanaya 2288 the Fish
    This souvenir shop is filled with over 3,000 Boso souvenirs, including Chiba Prefecture's famous loquats and peanuts. The edible bamboo charcoal peanuts, only available here; and the seasonal Yachimata-grown in-shell peanuts are particularly popular. You can find many other products which exude the charms of Boso here, as well, including pickled rapeseed blossoms; loquat jellies; and merchandise featuring Kananyan, the official mascot of the Kanaya district. The shop is located in The Fish facing Tokyowan Ferry Kanaya Port, making it easy to stop by here when heading home after a day of exploring Chiba.

    Parking lot can be a bit confusing when the place is packed. There are ample place for many, though. There is no shell fishes BBQ or like.... just normal restaurants. Not of sumptous volume as...

  • Ohara Fishing Port, Minato no Asaichi Market
    4 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Isumishi Ohara 11574
    Ohara Fishing Port is located in the Ohara area of the city of Isumi. The morning market is held every Sunday and gives visitors a chance to buy not only seafood but agricultural products and processed foods directly from the producers, who set up in 40 different shop fronts. Charcoal barbecue grills are set up so that customers can immediately grill and eat the seafood or farm products that they have purchased.


  • The Fish
    35 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Pref. Futtsushi Kanaya 2288
    The Fish is a market place for Minamiboso area. It is a pleasurable facility housing a cafe, sourvenir shops, and a restaurant overlooking the ocean from which you can dine on the fresh catch of the very same waters. The Baumkuchen confectionery Minamitei, awarded the highest Monde Selection Grand Gold Quality Award for two years running, is located here. You can watch the chefs making the confections through a glass window.

    The Fish restaurant in Kanaya is a great place for lunch. It is very popular, so if you go there on a weekend, expect a wait to get a table. It was initially confusing for us (not being fluent in...

  • Kimura Peanuts
    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.
  • Choshi Electric Railway Nuresenbei Station
    Travel / Tourism
    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.
  • Kanaya Ferry Service Center
    Chiba Futtsu-shi Kanaya 4303
    This large rest stop facility is located in Tokyowan Ferry Kanaya Port. The facility houses Shokusai Ichiba, a souvenir shop which boasts one of the largest souvenir sales floors and selections on the Boso Peninsula; the Harunatei restaurant; and another restaurant specifically designed for large groups and which has seating for 550 people. Shokusai Ichiba carries a wide selection of famous Chiba products and is a convenient place to search for souvenirs on the way home from a day of sightseeing. The ferry terminal also has a wonderful view. On clear days, visitors can see Mt. Fuji, the Izu Peninsula, and Oshima Island.
  • HIC (Chiba Ichinomiya Store)
    Chiba Pref. Chouseigunichinomiyamachi Ichinomiya 10055
    This shop on the Kujukuri Beach Line sells surfing gear. It's run by the surfboard maker HIC that was established in 1971 in Kailua, Oahu. Just a three-minute walk from the beach, they rent boards and have a small surf school too.
  • Kameya Honten (Kamogawa Shop)
    Travel / Tourism
    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
    Travel / Tourism
    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.
  • Syunsai
    Travel / Tourism
    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
    Travel / Tourism
    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."
  • 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.
  • Chiba Citizens' Gallery Inage
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Chiba-shi Inage-ku Inage 1-8-35
  • Araoi Fusanoeki
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Ichiharashi Itohisa 2-232-1
    This souvenir store is along the National Route No. 297 in Itohisa, Ichihara City. This souvenir store carries over 2000 specialty items, but especially peanuts, for which Chiba is famous, and peanut products and sweets. It also sells fresh FusanoTamago eggs sold only at the Fusanoeki. The store has a simple restaurant serving sashimi and tempura dinners and hoto stew.
  • Camellia
    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
    Travel / Tourism
    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.
  • Uminekodo
    Style / Fashion
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Chikurachousenda 1051 In the sea breeze kingdom
    Uminekodo is a gallery and variety shop at Chikura’s landmark Roadside Station Chikura Shiokazeokoku rest area. It holds regular exhibitions that bring together artists from around Minamiboso. The shop features original items like tote bags and towels designed by the illustrator Yamaguchi Mao.
  • Nanso Orchards
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Sodegaura-shi Ozone 514

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 - most famous as the home of Narita Airport - 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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