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  • Ikedaya Yasubei Shoten
    46 Reviews
    Toyama Toyama-shi Tsutsumichodori 1-3-5
    A chemist’s established in 1936 situated along Heiwa-dori Avenue in Tsutsumi-cho-dori 1-Chome, Toyama City. The shop makes and sells traditional Japanese medicines and Chinese medicines, such as Hangontan, a vitalizing medicine which has been made since the Edo period. Visitors can also try making traditional round pills at the front of the shop.

    富山市内にある3軒訪問した[富山のくすり]関連の資料館の一つです(他の2軒;[金岡邸][廣貫堂資料館])。こちらで一番印象に残ったのは 立派な[《一角》の牙 添付 写真参照]です、《一角》と言うと空想の動物;一角獣を連想しますが 海中に実在します(但し 角ではなく牙であり 水族館 などでは鑑賞出来ませんが 牙は解毒や解熱効果があるそうです)。 今回 訪問した3軒の資料館 全てに[《一角》の牙]が展...

  • Shimakawa Ame Ten
    2 Reviews
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Furukajimachi 6-7
    Shimakawa Ame Ten is a specialist Ame (rice-sugar toffee) store located in Furukaji Town, Toyama City. Shimakawa Ame Ten sells Bakuga Mizuame (thick malt syrup) that is made with traditional techniques using only malt and starch, with no added sugar. The maltose gives it a delicious, slightly sweet flavor; because, after eating it, your blood sugar level goes up only very slowly, Bakuga Mizu-ame is also eaten as a health food. The store also sells bean confectionery and other sweets made of their malt syrup.

    お散歩していたら、表に「まちの駅」と書いてあるこのお店がありました。 店員さんが気さくに話しかけてくださって、飴のこと、富山のこと、いろいろと教えてくださって、短い観光旅行がそれだけで充実しました。聞けば創業350年とのこと。 黄金色の水飴が懐かしいのはもとより、こちらでは「さくら飴」と呼ばれる千歳飴のようなものも名物なようです。 ほっこりするひととき、ありがとうございました。 ちなみに、トリップ...

  • Amazakemanju Honpo Chikurindo
    8 Reviews
    This Japanese confectioner is in the arcade of Chuo-dori Avenue, Toyama City. Its famous “amazake manju” has dough infused with homemade amazake (sweet drink made from fermented rice with natural koji yeast) with a 240-year legacy wrapping red bean jam. They also sell excellent sweets like the “kuri shigure” with chestnut-filled white bean paste wrapped in momoyama (softly baked confectionery) dough, and the “kuri-no-sato” with whole large chestnuts wrapped and cooked.


    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Meirinchou 1-220
    TOYAMARCHE is a shopping mall located within Toyama Station. There are stores selling famous Toyama confectionery products and handicrafts, along with local specialty foods such as masu (sea trout) zushi, and a variety of restaurants, which include a sushi-go-round restaurant serving sushi made from fresh fish and seafood caught in Toyama Bay, a restaurant serving Toyama Black Ramen noodles, a restaurant serving white prawn cuisine, and more. The 15th day of each month is “TOYAMARCHE Day,” on which various special products and exclusive goods are available.
  • Totoyama
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Shintomichou 1-2-3 CiC Bldg 1F
    This shop on the first floor of the CiC Building near JR Toyama Station specializes in local products and souvenirs. Some of its most popular products include slowly-grilled Shiroebi Juwari Senbei (broad velvet shrimp rice crackers) and Shiroebi Kakiage (broad velvet shrimp tempura). The shop carries a selection of Toyama souvenirs such as Kit Kats made with the famous Toyama sake Masuizumi, as well as Hangontan, a famous confection made to look like an Etchu-Toyama kusudama (decorative paper ball). It also offers marine products such as wild-caught Japanese amberjack and firefly squid, curry made with Himi-gyu beef, local Etchu Toyama sake, Unazuki beer, and more. The shop also holds periodic events such as farmer's markets offering locally-grown vegetables, bread sales, and so on.
  • Tsukisekai Honpo
    12 Reviews
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Kamihonmachi 8-6
    This Japanese confectionary established in 1897 is a five-minute walk from Nishicho Station on the Toyama Chihou Railway. Tsukisekai, the shop's famous namesake confection, is a dried candy made from eggs, wasanbon sugar, and kanten (agar jelly) that evokes an image of pale moonlight. The crisp texture of this melt-in-your-mouth sweet pairs well not just with Japanese tea, but with many other drinks including coffee. Other offerings include their marshmallow-like Maidohaya, made with eggs and sugar and featuring the fragrance of Yuzu citrus, as well as a sesame-flavored variation called Maidohaya Goma.

    せっかく富山にきたのならばと、名店、月世界本店へ。 試食もいろいろしたがやはり月世界。 固いお思いきや、口の中に入れるとふわっと甘く品のいい味。 お茶に合うはず。

  • T-bagel Toyama Shop
    13 Reviews
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Hirakimachi 5-12
    "This popular bagel shop has many sister locations in Toyama Prefecture and Ishikawa Prefecture. The Toyama Shop, their de facto flagship location, is located on the major street that runs into Toyama-ken Gogoku Shrine. Their boast bagels are notable for their soft and springy texture. The shop, which uses absolutely no additives, is dedicated to using local ingredients such as rice flour made from Toyama Koshihikari rice. Their ""Japan's Best Egg Sandwich,"" made with locally-sourced ingredients, is their most popular sandwich. The shop also offers cream cheese bagels, as well as limited-time-only sweet bagels such as their mellow melon and Setouchi lemon bagels."

    The best bagle is fresh one! Please eat that soon when you go to To Bagle and buy it. Im satisfied with the bagles which I had today. There are some reasons. First, they have variety of Bagles such...

  • Fleur de Lis Blanc Sakaemachi Main Shop
    6 Reviews
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Sakaemachi 2-1-5
    This rapidly-growing confectionary established in 1963 has multiple stores in Toyama Prefecture and Ishikawa Prefecture. This store, their flagship location, sits at the Sakaemachi crossing north of Fujikoshi Station. Their broad selection ranges from western sweets such as tarts and donuts to Japanese sweets including dorayaki (adzuki bean pancakes). Especially notable is their original Kankontan sweet, a popular Toyama souvenir that has won numerous awards at the National Confectionary Expo. Some of their many other popular creations include their Toyaman pastries, featuring sarashian sweat bean paste wrapped with pie crust, as well as their Kogyoku Ringo (Jonathan) Apple Pies.

    とやマルシェの入り口で売っている甘金丹というお菓子を買ったのですが、どこにでもあるだっちもないスポンジ饅頭で、とってもガッカリしました。 なんの変哲もないものを名物っぽく売る神経がわからない。しかも、一個150円くらいです。半額でもいいでしょう。

  • Sasaki Chitosedo
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Jouhokumachi 9-11
    "This confectionary shop is located near the Johokumachi crossing on Prefectural Route 30. Professing a creed of ""preserving traditions while exploring new delicious tastes,"" the shop has kept alive the methods and flavors passed down since its founding. The shop is popular for the tastes it has refined since opening in 1951 as well as for its untiring spirit of enquiry. Each of their naturally-flavored sweets is made without additives, providing customers with peace of mind. Some of their notable products include their coffee-flavored Mikasayama, inspired by a conversation with family members, and their Nama Dorayaki, created based on interactions with customers. The fluffy cake and the sweetness created by the homemade adzuki bean paste make each of these treats highly addictive."
  • KAKI Cabinet Maker
    Toyama Toyama-shi Awasuno (Hongu 2-3)
    This furniture workshop is in Awasuno, Toyama City. They use traditional Japanese joinery skills to make tables, chairs, shelves, small items, and other wooden furniture. In addition to new items, the showroom also displays some used items over twenty years old to demonstrate how beautifully the oil finish ages. It also houses KAKI's cafe.
  • Liquor Shop Yoshida
    Toyama Toyama-shi Inarimotomachi 2-11-1 SC Apia Uchi
    This liquor store is inside APA Shopping Center, in Inari-moto-machi 2-chome, Toyama City. They sell a huge variety, including carefully selected world table wines, Toyama local sake, world beers, shochu, and more. The shop also has about 500 vintage wines in stock, with over 10,000 in their special wine cellar that can be bought in-store with a reservation.
  • Shichifuku-tei
    3 Reviews
    Toyama Toyama-shi Iwaseminatomachi 36
    This Japanese confectioner is in Iwaseminato-machi, Toyama City. Their famous Tobidango dumplings come in two flavors, anko sweet bean paste, and kinako roasted soybean flour. These are featured in the legend of Kutsuwada-bungo-no-kami, lord of Omura castle, banishing demons, and today are only made at this shop.


  • Fureai Aozora Market Yamada no Kakashi
    Toyama Toyama-shi Yamada Kojima 2600
    This direct sales shop is on Prefectural Route 35, in Yamada-kojima, Toyama City. They have a wide variety of local produce and foods, including vegetables and wild herbs, fruit, as well as processed foods like sauces, pickles, and pickled plums, and dishes like croquettes, okowa beans and rice, and rice balls (weekend and holidays only). It also has a restaurant, Onmori-an, that serves handmade soba made from local Yamada Ushidake Soba.
  • Maidohaya (Toyama Airport Terminal Shop)
    Toyama Toyama-shi Akigashima 30
    This souvenir shop is inside Toyama Airport Terminal, in Akigashima, Toyama City. In addition to local Toyama specialty Masuzushi, pressed trout sushi, they serve dried fish, shiokara salt preserved innards, kamaboko fish cake, and other marine products, as well as Toyama pastries, local sake, specialty products, and much more.
  • Aoba no Sato Minorikan
    Toyama Toyama-shi Kamiokubo 1359-2
    This farm direct shop is on National Route 41, in Kamiokubo, Toyama City. They offer safe, fresh vegetables, fruits, and processed foods produced from the local agricultural cooperative. They also have soft-serve ice cream made with local Osawano figs and wild sesame.
  • Suzuki-tei
    Toyama Toyama-shi Nishicho 6-3
    This Japanese confectionery is on Heiwa-dori Avenue in Nishi-cho, Toyama City. They use two types of a bean paste, with white beans and adzuki, to make Mokume Yokan bean jelly that looks like the rings of a Tateyama cedar tree in cross section. Other treats include Ogura adzuki bean Yokan, Kuri chestnut Yokan, and Tateyama Goshiki ga Hara Yokan, made to look like the flower fields of Tateyama mountain range. From September through early December, they also have Imo Kintsuba dumplings made with sweet potatoes.
  • Sogawa Ferio Specialist Street
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Toyama Toyama-shi Sogawa 3-8-6
    This commercial facility is on Joshi Odori avenue in Sogawa 3-Chome, Toyama City. Centered around Daiwa Toyama department store, it has been in business since 2007. They gather tenants like ladies' and men's apparel brand shops, cafes, large bookstores, and more.
  • Ishitani Mochi Shop
    Toyama Toyama-shi Chuodori 1-5-33
    This mochi specialist is in Chuodori 1-Chome, Toyama City. This make and sell a variety of dumplings and mochi treats, including Toyama's famous Ayame dango dumplings with kuromitsu molasses. They focus on local ingredients, including high quality Shintaisho Mochi rice and local spring water, to make fresh mochi every morning.
  • Ajisai Oyama
    Toyama Toyama-shi Tabatake 42
    A shop offering direct sales of produce and processed goods located along Prefectural Route 43 in Tabatake, Toyama City. Here they produce and sell Toyama's traditional Myoga-sushi made with local Ozanami Myoga Japanese ginger and trout. Other goods they sell include Frozen Mochi rice cakes, udon noodles made with Jew's mallow, and jams all made from local ingredients.
  • Sakasho Tajiri Main Store (Liquor Shop)
    Toyama Toyama-shi Higashiiwasemachi 102
    This liquor shop is in Higashiiwase-machi, Toyama City. It is located inside the Mori Family Earthen Warehouses, which were once used by a Kaisen donya wholesaler in port of the Kitamae cargo ships that used to cross the Sea of Japan. The shop is run by a certified kikisake-shi (sake sommelier) and wine adviser, who has carefully selected local sake, wine, and shochu. The storage cellar takes up half the shop's interior to keep their stock stored at perfect temperature and humidity.

Toyama Areas


Toyama is one of the three prefectures that house the Japanese Alps, with its southern and eastern borders comprising one long stretch of mountains, out of which the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is forged. While traditional crafts fill the northern coastal cities of Toyama and Takaoka, thatched roof houses offer unrivalled views against a backdrop of fantastic scenery at Gokayama in the mountainous area in the south of the prefecture.

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