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Direct Sales Depot / Market Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Tokyo Ryukyu-kan
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    Tokyo Toshima-ku Komagome 2-17-8 Suzui Building 1F
    A charming shop carrying a wide selection of products direct from Okinawa. In addition to Okinawan goods and foods, the shop also sells books on Okinawan history and culture as well as Okinawa Techo notebooks. During lunch, you can also enjoy a bowl of Okinawa soba noodles.
  • Tochigi Satellite Shop Tochimaru Shop
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    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town Tokyo Sola Machi East Yard 4F
    This sundries store is on the fourth floor of the Tokyo Solamachi merchandise building, near the Tokyo Skytree in Oshiage, Sumida Ward. In addition to selling Tochigi products, the dine-in area offers local microbrewery sake sets and cuisine made from Tochigi produce.
  • Calbee+ (Harajuku Takeshita Street Branch)
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-16-8
    A shop dedicated to selling Calbee brand snacks which was opened in 2011 based on the company's desire to provide customers with the taste of its snacks just as they are when fresh-made in the factory. The Harajuku Takeshita-dori Street location is Calbee's first such shop. Here you can eat potato chips, Poteriko, and other Calbee snacks made fresh the same way they are in the factory. The shop also offers unique flavors you'll find nowhere else, such as hot and spicy, and maple and cream cheese. You'll also find limited edition products sold only here as well as difficult to obtain regional snack flavors.
  • Tokyo Food Products Clock Tower 3 Store
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    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedakukou 3-4-2 Second Passenger Terminal 2F Terminal Road -
    This souvenir shop is on the second floor of Haneda Airport Terminal 2. They have a wide range of the most popular and media-friendly Tokyo souvenir brands like Tokyo Banana and Kano Shojuan. They also sell limited edition Haneda Airport collaboration goods.
  • Tsukiji Nippon Fish Port Market
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-16-2 1,000 Furniture Building 1F
    Tsukiji Nippon Fish Port Market is a direct sales market in Tsukiji. You can find everything from rare fish from all over the country, morning-caught seafood, and more from fishery associations all over Japan, as well as goods for business use. There are shops like Kani Club, focusing on fresh crab direct from Hokkaido, Niigata Central Fisheries Market, with juicy, delectable fish from the Sea of Japan, and shops from harbors in Shizuoka, Kochi, Nagasaki and more. You can try Nippon Gyokoshokudo no Kodawari fried fish, the specialty at the market's cafeteria, and other fish from all over.
  • Tsukiji Fish Market, Odawara-bashi Building
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 6-26-1
    The Tsukiji Fish Market is a fresh fish market with about 60 stands over two buildings, the Odawara-bashi Building and Kaiko-bashi Building. The first floor is Tsukiji's famous market of marine products, fruits, and vegetables. The food court with seafood restaurants, a kitchen studio, and event space is located on the third-floor of Odawara-bashi Building and opens at 7 a.m. The food court is a place for people to relax at the Tsukiji Fish Market where guests can have a meal or a break and enjoy special events.
  • Andesu MATOBA
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    4.0
    17 Reviews
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 3-3-2
    Andesu MATOBA is a showroom bakery that makes and sells over 20 different varieties of anpan (bread rolls filled with sweat red-beans). It is a well-established bakery that was first founded in 1924. There are lots of unique rolls on their koshian bean paste menu and their melon bread made with uguisu-an (green red-beans). Andesu MATOBA has been popular for many years, even appearing multiple times on television. This bakery on the corner of Asakusa Kanondo-ura Intersection is perfect for getting bread as you sightsee around the area.

    Many thanks to a Japanese friend who told us about this gem. I really like their Tsubu-an pan. Azuki beans, whole and bean paste, delicious and not too sweet!! Bread has very good texture and does...

  • Tottori Okayama Shimbashikan
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    3.5
    40 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Shimbashi 1-11-7 Shimbashi Center Place 1/2F
    This antenna shop in Minato City's Shimbashi is located just outside Shimbashi Station Exit 3 of the Ginza Line. They sell things such as specialty goods and crafts from Okayama and Tottori prefectures, fresh fruit and local sake. Also, they operate a restaurant on the second floor called Bistro Cafe Momotenashika that provides a lunch menu using seasonal ingredients from both prefectures and alcohol at night.

    一階がショップ、二階がカフェレストランというつくりです。一階にはイートインコーナーもあり、ショップで買ったドリンクをすぐに飲むことができます。

  • Hokkaido Dosanko Plaza Yurakucho Store
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    4.0
    127 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakucho 2-10-1 Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan 1F
    This store, located on the first floor of the Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan a one-minute walk from JR Yurakucho Station, carries popular sweets, seafood products, and agricultural products from Hokkaido. In addition to selling well-known standards, there’s a corner dedicated to new products from Hokkaido which have just begun to be sold outside the prefecture within the last year; if customers show enough interest, the products featured here might also be turned into regular store selections. There’s also a takeout corner with a wide array of Hokkaido treats, including famous Hokkaido soft serve ice cream and piping hot croquettes and zangi fried chicken. Finally, there’s a weekly special events corner, and customers can enjoy the tastes of Hokkaido here year-round.

    Great place to shop for regional items from Hokkaido including soft serve. Close to the Ginza area, antenna stores sell products from other regions of Japan.

  • Aomori Hokusaikan Tokyo Store
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    3.5
    12 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Fujimi 2-3-11 Aomori Hall 1F
    This store, located a three-minute walk from the west exit of Iidabashi Station, carries a wide selection of products from Aomori Prefecture, from foods to arts and crafts. The store sells over 700 products, including foods made with agricultural products grown with reduced pesticides in the cold climate of Aomori, and marine products from its nutrient-rich sea. The store also carries juices made exclusively from apples, one of Aomori’s most well-known products, making it easy to purchase superb Aomori apple juice to take home as a souvenir or give as a gift. In addition, the store irregularly holds special sales fairs such as farmers from Aomori pitching stalls in front of the store to sell apples, garlic, and other products straight from the farm.

    April is the time to chase sight of these beautiful blossoms in Japan. The timing has to be calculated carefully, as they are only blooming for approximately 2 weeks. We traveled on the Diamond...

  • Kagoshima Yurakukan
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakucho 1-6-4 Chiyoda Building 1F-3F
    This antenna shop sells Kagoshima Prefecture specialty goods and agricultural products, and relays tourism information. It sells food products and provides tourist information on the first floor, restaurants are on the second floor, and crafts are on display and sold on the third floor. There are a lot of sake and shochu that are unique to Kagoshima, and there are many products that can only be found here outside Kagoshima, such as items made from different ingredients including sweet potatoes, brown sugar and wheat, ones with different alcohol levels, and liqueur made from shochu. The popular menu item at the second-floor restaurant “Yushoku Tonsai Ichinisan” is their own black pork shabu-shabu finished with soba tsuyu soup base. Black pork shabu-shabu eaten with soba soup is an unlikely exquisite combination.

    東京ミッドタウン日比谷の前にあるゴジラ像のすぐ前でした。鹿児島県の物産館で、中は思ったほど広くないわりには人が多く、混雑していました。物産販売はそれなりの品揃えだと思います。首都圏在住だった頃ならいろいろ買って帰ったかなと思います。観光案内は実際に鹿児島各地をドライブした今ではやや物足りないかなと思いました。ただし、離島情報は多い印象でした。

  • Ginza Washita Shop Main Store
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    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 1-3-9 Maruito Ginza Building 1 FB 1
    This Okinawan antenna shop is located right next to the stairs for Exit 3 of the Yurakucho Line’s Ginza-itchome Station. It is a lively shop that offers approximately 4000 kinds of items that makes you feel like you are in an Okinawan market. The entrance decorations that closely resemble Ryukyu tiles and shisa (lion dogs) serve as landmarks for the store. A popular item is beniimo sweet potato tarts, a standard Okinawan souvenir. The product, with a history of more than 30 years, is a popular sweet that has won many awards including the Monde Selection Gold Award. They have many items such as seasonal Okinawan vegetables and fruits that can only be found here outside of Okinawa.
  • Fuji no Kuni Yamanashi-kan
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    3.5
    32 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuo-ku Nihonbashi 2-3-4 Nihonbashi Plaza Building 1F
    Yamanashi antenna shop is a four-minute walk from Tokyo Station’s Yaesu Exit and a two-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station. The shop offers Yamanashi specialties and popular products, seasonal vegetables and fruits. It is operated by Shinya Tasaki, a world-renowned sommelier who has a deep knowledge of Yamanashi cuisine. A sommelier in the shop gives advice about wine, enabling you to fully appreciate the charm of world-famous Yamanashi wine. There are also a variety of sightseeing pamphlets and event information, so you can get information about attractions in Yamanashi while taking breaks from shopping.

    Im not much of a wine lover, although I fancy myself a romanticist. Japanese wine is quite bitter, but this place was accomodating and friendly, although the staff don't speak much English. Not...

  • Hamura City Farmer’s Market
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    Tokyo Hamura-shi Hanekami 1-32-1
    A farmers' market situated along Prefectural Route 29 a 15-minute walk from JR Hamura Station. The market primarily sells fresh agricultural products and flowers produced by farmers in the city. Identifiable by its three triangular roofs, inside, lots of natural light is allowed in, creating a bright and open atmosphere. The market also takes measures to ensure health, safety, and customer peace of mind, such as making it readily apparent who produced the market's various produce, and posting photos of the faces of farmers who supply the market on the walls. Particularly noted market products include its cookies and its powdered turmeric made using Aki Ukon and Murasaki Ukon turmeric. The highly active market also holds special sales events throughout the year.
  • JA Tokyo Smile Katsushika Genki Vegetable stalls
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    Tokyo Katsushika-ku Shibamata 4-28-2
    A farmers' market located a five-minute walk from Shibamata Station on the Keisei Kanamachi Line. The market was opened because of local farmers' desire to make it easier for local residents to eat vegetables grown right here in Katsushika Ward. The market sells Japanese mustard spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, spinach, and other fresh vegetables as well as foods like umeboshi, tsukemono pickles, and cookies. Inside, you can see pictures of the faces of the farmers who supply the market. Just where the market's various products were produced is also made clear, ensuring customers can enjoy safe, healthy vegetables with peace of mind.
  • Tokyo Islands
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    3.5
    25 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Kaigan 1-12-2 In Takeshiba Passenger ship Terminal
    A local specialty products showroom located inside the Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal a one-minute walk from the east exit of Takeshiba Station on the Yurikamome Line. The showroom sells specialty products from the many islands under the jurisdiction of Tokyo; there's also a cafe and restaurant which serves original foods made using an abundance of island ingredients. Island liquors such as shochu and rum; and shiokara fermented seafood paste, island nori seaweed sheets, and other island seafood products make great souvenirs. The most popular item on the restaurant's menu is the minced and breaded brownstriped mackerel scad cutlet burger. The showroom also has free Wi-Fi.

    ムロアジや島魚のバーガーやカレーなどがあり、島の雰囲気が味わえます。明日葉茶やパッションフルーツジュースなど、他では味わえないメニューがありますが、メニューはやや少なく、島本場と比べるとやや劣る気はします。 竹芝旅客ターミナルの中にあり、穴場だと思います。

  • Kagawa-Ehime Setouchi Shunsaikan
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    4.0
    20 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Shinbashi 2-19-10
    A local specialty products showroom located on the first and second floors of the Shinbashi Marin Building a one-minute walk from the Ginza Exit of JR Shimbashi Station. The first floor, immediately accessible from the outside, is a local specialty products shop. The shop floor is filled with some 1,400 items, including marine food products from Setouchi; agriculture, forestry, and fishery products from Kagawa and Ehime; famous regional sweets and snacks; and local liquors. On the second floor, you'll find Kaorihime, a restaurant serving the tastes of Kagawa and Ehime; a boutique where you can purchase traditional crafts; and a tourist information area.

    新橋駅近くにあった地方のアンテナショップで、四国四県の内の半分にあたる香川県と愛媛県の共同運営の店でした。1Fが県産品の販売コーナー、2Fがレストランになっています。「今月のかくれた逸品」と名付けられた販売コーナーがあり、ここでそれぞれの県の一押し商品が紹介・販売されていました。愛媛県のコーナーではバラエティーに富んだ商品が陳列されていましたが、香川県コーナーはほとんどがオリーブ関係の商品で両県の...

  • JA Ogasawara Farmer's Market
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    Tokyo Ogasawaramura Chichijima Higashicho
    A farmers market located on Chichijima Island, one of the Ogasawara Islands. Here you can purchase produce and foods from Chichijima Island and Hahajima Island. The market's lineup changes with the seasons, and in winter you can find tomatoes, in summer passion fruit, and in fall lemons. Vegetables from Hahajima Island, an island with a flourishing agricultural industry, are put out after 4 p.m. and are so popular people line up to buy them. Get one of the numbered tickets the market hands out 30 minutes beforehand to ensure smooth entry into the establishment when it is time. The market also sells a wide selection of foods and other items which make perfect souvenirs, such as jams made with tropical fruits, salt harvested from the sea of Ogasawara, and facial masks made with island lemons.
  • Mizuho Town Agricultural and Livestock Products Direct Sales Center Fresh House
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    Tokyo Nishitama-gun Mizuhomachi Hakonegasaki 612
    A 10-minute walk from Hakonegasaki Station. This farmers' market is located just on the right on the Iwakura Highway off of Nagaokanaka Street. Created as part of a project by the Mizuho Town government in 1993, as its name implies, the market primarily sells fresh foods. You can also find potted plants, bonsai, and gardening goods here. The market's homemade udon noodles and yude manju boiled buns are also popular.
  • Nihonbashi Shimane-kan
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    Tokyo Chuo-ku Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-5-3 Fukushima Building 1F
    "On Chuo-dori Avenue in front of Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store, this shop is dedicated to Shimane Prefecture, promoting it through the sale of over 2,000 specialty items and local products. Look for the prefectural character Shimanekko in front of the shop. Matsue City in Shimane is a famous confectionery city alongside Kyoto and Kanazawa, and the shop has a wide variety of Shimane confections available. These include the hallmark prefectural sweet known as ""wakakusa,"" usuogura sweets with a refined azuki flavor, and the famed Tsuwano confection genjimaki that dates back to the Genroku period. Also, don't miss their events. They sometimes have tastings and sales of shijimi clams from Shimane's Lake Shinji, which supplies one of Japan's biggest catches. They also occasionally hold displays and sales of Yasuki specialty knives."

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