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  • Kindaruma Main Shop
    5 Reviews
    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunfujikawaguchikomachi Funatsu 7407
    This confectionary is in Fujikawaguchiko Town, Minamitsuru County, Yamanashi Prefecture. This venerable shop was founded in 1911, they make and sell a wide variety of Japanese sweets including their flagship product Fujisan Yokan bean jelly, hamanashi jellied sweets served to the emperor, and kanetamaru mochi sweets. They also have seasonal goods, and a great many souvenirs and gifts.

    ちょいと高級そうな雰囲気のお菓子やさんです 富士山羊羹やモンブラン大福など いろいろなものがありました。

  • Kai Winery
    Yamanashi Koshu-shi Enzan Shimozo 910
    This winery located along Prefectural Route 34 in Enzanshimoozo, Koshu City is where you can experience a free factory tour, as well as tours of the breweries and storehouses, wine tastings, shopping and more. At the associated Wine Cafe, a shop which uses earthen warehouses from the Edo period that have been recognized as tangible cultural assets to Japanese history, you can enjoy all of the wines brewed by the winery, as well as snacks, lunch, coffee and homemade cakes.
  • Pan Table
    12 Reviews
    Yamanashi Koshu-shi Katsunumacho Kyusoku 1360
    This bakery is located along the Daibosatsu Line in the Kyusoku area of Katsunuma-cho, Koshu City. It produces and sells homemade natural yeast made with raisins, Shirakami Kodama yeast collected from the Shirakami Mountain Range, domestically produced wheat flour, and beetroot sugar.

    Pan Table bakes the most delicious vegan bread which is very hard to find in Japan. The shop is very cute and it smells amazing as soon as you walk in. There are so many different kinds of bread...

  • Iwama Bakery
    Yamanashi Koshu-shi Katsunumacho Katsunuma 3025
    A bread bakery situated on Prefectural Route 34 in Katsunuma Katsunuma-cho, Koshu City. The shop is famous for its Tsuki no Shizuku, a renowned local Koshu confection whose history dates back over 200 years to the Edo period. Consisting of Koshu grapes grown in Katsunuma coated in a layer of sugar one grape at a time, the shop sells them only for a limited time from September through February the following year.
  • Saigusa Liquor Store
    Yamanashi Kofu Hagurocho 900-3
    A liquor store situated on Yumura Onsen-dori Street in Haguro-cho, Kofu City. The shop carries liquors from local sake brewers such as Shichiken, Yogoemon, and Dan, and Koshu wines, as well as sakes and shochus from brewers across the country, like Juyondai from Yamagata, and Tomi no Hozan from Kagoshima.
  • Budoya Kofu (Koshu Yume Koji Shop)
    6 Reviews
    Yamanashi Kofu Marunouchi 1-1-25 Koshu Yume Shoji Uchi
    "A Western confectionary shop located in 1-Chome Marunouchi, Kofu City in Koshu Yume Kouji, a shopping mall which recreates what the former castle town area looked like between the Meiji and early Showa periods. The shop's signature raisin sandwiches, made with the grapes are a local specialty product, have received Kofu no Akashi Kofu City brand certification. The shop also sells raisin bread made with natural yeast cultivated using grapes, ""fresh"" raisins made with huge grapes grown in the prefecture, juices, and wines."

    とても小さいお店で3人入ればいっぱいです。 店員さんはワンオペで丁寧に接客されているので、時間に余裕を持って行くのがオススメ。 ラムレーズンサンドがとても美味しいです!

  • Takeya Asakawa
    Yamanashi Kofu Saiwaicho 9-25
    "This Japanese confectionery store is located along Ise-dori Street in Saiwai-cho, Kofu City. They sell many confections, such as mame daifuku using freshly made mochi, ""okagesama dorayaki,"" which uses carefully-selected ingredients, and Takedayaki, which contains the emblem of the Takeda house. ""Budo Monaka,"" which is a paste that contains raisins, took home the President's special award at the National Confectionery Expo."
  • Minayo
    Yamanashi Kofu-shi Chuo 3-11-20
    "This marine products store is located along Uomachi-dori Street in Chuo 3-Chome, Kofu City. was established in 1584 as a fish shop. Its famous ""awabi nigai"" is always made with natural, domestic Japanese abalone, along with a secret sauce, and is prepared through a secret process passed down from generation to generation. It also sells products like ""awabi niwata"" made from abalone liver and smaller ""kotsubu nigai."""
  • Yamanashi Wine Kingdom
    9 Reviews
    Yamanashi Kofu Ikaricho 443
    This wine shop is located in Ikari-cho, Kofu City. A wide assortment of wines from wineries throughout the prefecture can be found in an interior inspired by the wine cellars of the Bordeaux region of France. In addition, it sells many original wines, and you can choose wine while tasting several selections. It also holds a wine glass art experience where you can create your own original wine glass.


  • Fruit Center Bussan-kan
    Yamanashi Yamanashi-shi Ezohara 1411
    This local product promotion center is located inside of Fuefukigawa Fruits Park in Ezohara, Yamanashi City. It offers local specialties of Yamanashi such as wine, hoto noodles, simmered Abalone, sweets, and jewelry. There is also a farmers' market that sells local fruits and vegetables and other items. Visitors can also enjoy the nighttime view from the adjacent outlook plaza or soak their feet at the nearby foot baths.
  • Okashi no Outlet “Shain Tokka Hanbai 1/2”
    Yamanashi Fuefuki-shi Ichinomiyacho Tsuboi 1928
    "This outlet shop is located inside the Kikyo Shingen Mochi Factory Theme Park about five minutes from Ichinomiya-Misaka Interchange on the Chuo Expressway. The park is part of the main factory of Kikyoya, the manufacturer of Kikyo Shingen mochi, a famous confection of Yamanashi. The shop sells the company's popular sweets that are close to their expiration date or have visual blemishes that do not affect their quality at special discounted prices. The adjacent Green Outlet 1/2 offers ""all-you-can-fit-in-a-bag"" sweets, a popular attraction. The sweets offered change each day and include Kikyo Shingen mochi and shio-mame daifuku."
  • Happy Park
    Yamanashi Minami-Alps-shi Tokunaga 410
    A 10-minute drive from the Shirane Interchange on the Chubu-Odan Expressway. This community center's facilities include a farmers' market selling the abundant agricultural produce of Minami-Alps City, and a restaurant dedicated to using local ingredients. Here visitors can also purchase ripe fruit as well as foods such as miso, jams, and wines. The kiwi fruit wine, made with real kiwi fruit, has a fruity flavor and is easy to drink, making it popular with women. The Happy Park Cherry Festival is held here in June, and during this time visitors can enjoy a customary cherry pit spitting contest, stage shows, and a special farmers' market sale.
  • Matsuyakashi-ten
    7 Reviews
    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Minobucho Minobu 3667
    35 minutes from the Masuho Interchange on the Chubu-Odan Expressway via National Route 52. Situated in the Minobusan Kuonji Temple neighborhood, this Japanese confectionary sells signature Minobu manju buns. A type of miso manju consisting of koshian sweet strained bean paste wrapped in a flour dough mixed with miso, the Minobu manju is known as one of Minobu Town's specialty products. Using only domestic azuki beans closely scrutinized by skilled artisans, when the shop cooks these beans, their delicate fragrance fills the road leading up to the temple.

    お店があったので友達と寄りました。 お饅頭など売っていました。 値段も普通くらいで味もおいしかったです。

  • Kanyotei
    4 Reviews
    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Minobucho Minobu 3678
    "This long-standing Japanese confectionary shop, located in the Minobusan Kuonji Temple neighborhood not far from the Shimobeonsen-Hayakawa Interchange on the Chubu-Odan Expressway, has been in business since the Edo period. The inventor of Minobu manju buns, a local Minobu specialty product, since it was established in 1626, the shop has continued to make Japanese confections as the official purveyor for the Minobusan Kuonji Temple using techniques passed from parent to child. In March 2018, the shop renewed the shape and flavor of its signature Minobu manju while still retaining the same great molasses taste based on the concept of a ""confection which enhances celebrations;"" the shop also changed the way the name of the confection was written, from the hiragana syllabary to kanji characters."

    [みのぶ]の焼き印がある お饅頭。小麦粉に少しの醤油を入れて、淡い茶色の皮となる。餡はコクのある漉し餡です。

  • Shiitake and Yuba Specialty Shop Bushuya
    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Minobucho Minobu 3850-1
    This natural foods store located along the approach to Minobusan Kuonji Temple specializes in shiitake mushrooms and yuba (tofu skins). Minobu yuba is said to have originated from tofu skins offered to Nichiren, the founder of Nichiren Buddhism, by acolytes training under him at Kuonji Temple. Their completely additive-free tofu skins are made exclusively with domestic soy beans and underground water from Mt. Fuji. Their Seisui raw tofu skins, which are lifted out of the soy milk slowly and carefully folded into layers, are their most popular product. Their domestic and agrochemical-free dried shiitake mushrooms are great for use at home or as gifts. Another popular item is their kuzumochi, a chilled sweet made with exclusively with Yoshino-Honkuzu kuzu powder.
  • Chikurindo Main Shop
    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Fujikawacho Kajikazawa 1536
    This venerable Japanese confection shop established in 1903 has continued for four generations since the founder first created Kaidama, a famous candy of Koshu. Their Fujikawa Castelas, a perennial bestseller, are sweet and moist madeleines with a gentle buttery flavor. Their shiomanju buns feature a special shioan (salted sweet red bean paste) filling made with Tokachi azuki beans and Kajikazawa salt wrapped in a covering made from specially-ordered kyo-joyoko fine rice flour and Japanese yam. The buns are made without any preservatives or leavening agents. The shop also sells limited edition seasonal Japanese sweets.
  • Fujikawa Town Exchange Center Shio no Hana
    Yamanashi Minamikoma-gun Fujikawacho Kajikazawa 4852-1
    This new rest stop located about a five-minute drive from Masuho Interchange on the Chubu-Odan Expressway provides a wide variety of information on the town's culture, history, sightseeing, and more. The building's design was inspired by the salt that was once carried up the Fuji River and its boat house. It features an exchange center, a farmers' market, the Fujikawa Sports Museum, and Seoto, a restaurant which serves local cuisine such as tasty soba and udon noodles made with carefully-selected ingredients. The farmers' market sells freshly-harvested produce and Kajikazawa salt, which can only be bought here.
  • Koshu Cellar Rinka Fujitaya Yamanaka Shop
    Yamanashi Minamitsuru-gun Yamanakakomura Yamanaka 99
    This venerable wine shop is located along National Route 138 near the northwest shore of Lake Yamanaka a short distance south of the carp statue. Established in 1927, it carries more than 200 varieties of Koshu wines, one of the biggest selections in the prefecture. The shop also carries many imported wines. The sight of more than 1,800 bottles that line its shelves is simply stunning. The high-quality wines it offers, which are carefully selected by its sommelier owner, include winners of the Japan Wine Competition. There are also nouveau wines with lower alcohol content as well as limited-issue seasonal wines.
  • Restaurant Koshiji
    Yamanashi Minamitsuru-gun Yamanakakomura Hirano 508-375
    This cafe restaurant is located in an area dotted with lodging facilities on the southeastern shore of Lake Yamanaka. It is notable for cuisine that capitalizes on the flavor of the ingredients without the use of artificial seasonings. Its most popular dish is the tongue stew, which is stewed for two weeks straight. Other offerings include their hamburger steak and cheese sausage, which has been made the same way since the restaurant was established, as well as their ham and sausage assortments. Guests can bring their pets with them to the restaurant's veranda. The restaurant also offers sausage-making classes and sells some of its sausages. Another of the restaurant's appeals is its wonderful seasonal scenery including expansive snowy landscapes in the winter.
  • New York Stick Factory Outlet
    Yamanashi Minamitsuru-gun Oshinomura Uchino 190
    This cake shop is located a short distance east from the village office of Oshino Village along Prefectural Route 717. As the name suggests, it is an outlet that sells the leftover end pieces of cakes and off-standard items at discounted prices. Although the shop is liable to sell out as its inventory is limited to what is available that day, it carries a wide variety of items ranging from cakes to baked sweets. Being a factory outlet, the company's regular stick cakes, cookies, and other products are also available at reduced prices. Each item is offered at a flat price regardless of the flavor. We recommend their black cheesecakes made with food-grade bamboo charcoal for people who do not like sweets.

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Yamanashi prefecture is the proud home of one of Japan’s most celebrated icons: Mount Fuji. Although the mountain straddles both Yamanashi and Shizuoka, the most breathtaking views of Fuji-san can be seen from the Fuji Five Lakes north of the mountain in Yamanashi prefecture. The plethora of outdoor activities in and around the lakes all have the benefit of the country’s highest mountain as their backdrop, and we can assure you that it is an unforgettable sight.

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