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Shopping Spots in Narita / Sakura Area

  • Shisui Premium Outlet
    Chiba Pref. Imbagunshisuimachi Idumi 2-4-1
    An outlet mall decorated in the fashion of a city street incorporating American art deco motifs. The mall lends baby strollers and wheelchairs and has various facilities to increase visitor convenience and comfort as they explore and enjoy the mall’s 180 establishments. Easily accessible from the heart of Tokyo and also close to Narita Airport, the mall also has a useful currency exchange counter and some stores have duty free counters.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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)."
  • 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。

  • 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.
  • Narita Yume Bokujo Yakushi-do-mae Shop
    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Kamichou 562
    Since 1887, Narita Yume Bokujo has created dairy products known for making you rediscover just how delicious dairy can be. This shop, located in front of the Yakushi-do and directly operated by Narita Yume Bokujo, specializes in selling Makiba no Yume homemade cheesecake. The shop’s soft serve ice cream and cheese bread are also popular.
  • Nagomi-Yoneya Main Shop
    79 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.

    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...

  • Shimoda Koseido Pan Chaya
    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.
  • Zourokumochi Honpo Kimuraya
    15 Reviews
    Chiba Pref. Sakurashi Shinmachi 222-1
    About a 10-minute walk south from Keisei Sakura Station on the Keisei Line. This is the second location of Ginza Kimura, which began in 1882 and continues to maintain the traditions of Japanese confections. Each is made individually by hand. The “Zourokumochi” — red bean wafer cakes filled with mochi modeled as a tortoise shell—is a Sakura City classic. There is a rest area within the shop, so you can enjoy some sweets or tea on the spot.

    餅とありますが、最中です。 亀甲柄の最中に餡子と求肥が入っています。 味も、粒あん、こしあん、白あんと、種類があります。 佐倉のお土産ならこれですね。

  • JA Inba Agricultural Farmers Market Yasaibatake Yachimata Store
    Chiba Pref. Yachimatashi Yachimata Ho 235
    This is a direct sales store where you can directly purchase local fresh vegetables. There are a wide variety of vegetables to choose from. Closed on Sundays and public holidays.
  • Narita Airport Dai 2 Terminal
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Narita-shi Furugome 1-2
  • Narita Airport Dai 3 Terminal
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Narita-shi Tokko Shonin Tsuka 148-1
  • AEON MALL Narita
    Chiba Narita-shi Wing Tsuchiya 24
  • Masuda
    Chiba Pref. Yachimatashi Yachimata Ro 26
    This peanuts specialty store is located along the Prefectural Route277 in Yachimata, Yachimata City. This store proudly sells Yachimata peanuts, known for their highest quality and production volume. Continuing the long practiced sun-drying method of processing, the owners preserve the true flavor of the peanuts in their products. Some products are only sold at this store.
  • Joyful Honda Chiba New Town
    Chiba Inzai-shi Makinohara 2-1
  • Ito-Yokado Yotsukaido
    Chiba Yotsukaido-shi Chuo 5
  • Aeon Town Yukarigaoka
    Chiba Sakura Nishi Yukarigaoka 6-12-3
  • AEON MALL Chiba New Town
    Chiba Inzai-shi Chuokita 3-2

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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