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Souvenirs Spots in Yamanashi Area

  • Kai no Ajikurabe (Celeo Kofu Shop)
    1 Reviews
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Marunouchi 1-1-8
    Featuring a wide selection of Yamanashi products, from Yamanashi souvenirs and sweets, to souvenirs from World Heritage Mt. Fuji, Kai no Ajikurabe (Celeo Kofu Shop) is convenient for travel and business trips because it's located on the food floor (second floor) of the station building. It also features season-limited products, like awabi-no-nigai (boiled abalone), hoto noodle and the most popular Kikyo Shingen mochi.

    甲府のお土産を購入しにきました。 和菓子の種類が多く色々と迷いました。羊羹も美味しそうでしたが、結局はお饅頭にしました。価格も手頃で美味しかったです

  • Crystal Museum
    1 Reviews
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Kugawa 1-1-7
    Displaying a number of crystals, glasses, and rare gemstones, the Crystal Museum is popular as a beautiful art museum, arrived at by passing through a mysterious tunnel of agate, made to seem like space. The workshop is well regarded, as you can hand-make your own original accessories. The trial course where you can make an accessory using various gemstones is particularly popular.


  • Inden-ya Main Store
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Chuou 3-11-15
    Inden, which refers to deer leather decorated with lacquer, is a traditional handicraft that has been passed down in Koshu since the Edo period. Inden is notable for its many beautiful patterns. Their charming inden wallets, business card cases, belts, pouches, and other leather accessories remain ever-popular. This location, the chain's flagship store, features a relaxed interior in which to find your favorite item.
  • Kai Terrace (Yamanashi Local Industry Center)
    7 Reviews
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Toukouji 3-13-25
    This shopping center carries all of the best products Yamanashi has to offer. Its four different corners provide information on and sell the region's specialties and handicrafts. Their amazing lineup includes beautiful jewelry from Yamanashi, Japan's biggest jewelry producer, 220 different wines from Yamanashi's best wineries, a selection of Yamanashi's famous sweets and traditional handicrafts, and more.

    甲斐百八霊場巡りの際に 食事に寄りカツ丼を食べましたが 本格コース料理も堪能できる立派な本格レストランでした。和洋選べて 意外な穴場 1Fは、山梨の特産品がずらり ワイナリー別に並んだワインで いろいろなワイナリーのワインを試飲し比較し購入できます。ここでワイン選びした方が ワイナリー巡りする手間がはぶそう。甲州印伝も各社揃てます。甲斐善光寺・東光寺へ行く際の休憩に是非立ち寄って頂きたいポイントで...

  • Tsukesho Shoya
    Yamanashi Pref. Fuefukishi Ichinomiyachousueki 470-1
    A Koshu yakuzen kimchi shop, Tsukesho Shoya does not use any synthetic preservatives or colorings, hand-made in way to maximize the good quality of the ingredients. Both the Chinese cabbage and the special sauce have been inherited for generations and evoke that dedication. Tsukemono Center Shoya Ichinomiya Shop has yakuzen Chinese cabbage kimchi and an array of their proud pickled items. You can also tour the kimchi plant for free.
  • Minobu Yuba no Sato
    Yamanashi Pref. Minamikomagunminobuchou Aimata 425-1
    This manufacturer and direct marketer of yuba (tofu skins) offers a number of exclusive specialties including soy milk soft-serve ice cream and okara oyaki (tofu lees dumplings). Its restaurant Seiryu offers up Japanese cuisine with a focus on maximizing the appeal of yuba.
  • Oshino Hakkai Ikemoto
    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunoshinomura Shibokusa 354
    This ever-popular restaurant and souvenir shop is located at the center of the Oshino Hakkai, a group of eight ponds that were designated in 2013 as part of the Mt. Fuji World Heritage Site. The souvenirs it offers includes its famous kusamochi (rice cakes mixed with mugwort) and tofu made with water from Mt. Fuji, as well as its yakishoga tsukudani (roast ginger boiled in soy sauce), long beloved by locals, and original alcoholic beverages.
  • Indenkan Yamazumien
    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunfujikawaguchikomachi Funatsu 72
    A restaurant and Kohshu Inden specialty shop with a nice view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi, Indenkan Yamazumien has a wide selection of souvenirs, including famous sweets. It is highly regarded as a shop where you can enjoy some Kohshu Beef or Kohshu Hoto and then pick out some deerskin crafts that boast a 400-year history. They have a full selection of Yamanashi souvenirs, like Kikyo Shingen mochi and Kohshu's famous kurodama.
  • Kabutoya Takeda Store
    Yamanashi Kofu-shi Yakata 3-7-15
    This souvenir shop located in Yakata 3-Chome, Kofu City is situated across from the Takeda Shrine, where Takeda Shingen is enshrined, and contains a replica of Takeda's helmet and a statue of him. Also available are t-shirts, stuffed dolls, fans, and more original Takeda Shingen goods.
  • Fujiyama Bazaar Forest Station Asahigaoka Shop
    Yamanashi Minamitsuru-gun Yamanakakomura Hirano 506-296
    Just an eight-minute drive from Yamanakako Interchange. The shop is inside the Forest Station Asahigaoka building located just in front of the Asahigaoka Bus Terminal. They sell special goods and sweets from around the Mt. Fuji area as souvenirs as well as special selected goods including snacks and sundries. When in the proper season they'll have corn on the cob as well as other vegetables grown by local farmers available for purchase. On the second floor they have KABA cafe offering original breakfasts as well as udon noodle soup and Hoto, a local noodle specialty dish.
  • Shizen-boku Kobo ONO
    Yamanashi Hokuto Takanecho Kiyosato 3545
    A handicraft store located in Moegi-no-Mura Village a 10-minute walk from JR Kiyosato Station. The establishment makes and sells everything from ornaments and accessories to practical everyday items using lumber thinned from the forests of Yatsugatake. The store's goods are made of unsawed, natural wood combined together, and natural wood pens, masking tape holders, birdhouses and feeders, and mailboxes which can fit newspapers are just some of the wide variety of items customers can purchase. In the store's studio, parents and children can have fun together using natural wood and SPF lumber to create a handicraft of their very own.
  • Moegi-gama
    Yamanashi Hokuto Takanecho Kiyosato 3545
    A tableware and ornament shop located in the Moegi-no-Mura Village community park. The shop's signature product is its bowls, cups, and plates made with a glaze created using the ashes from the branches of trees that produce the fruits which are one of Yamanashi Prefecture's specialty products. These ceramic items are notable for the subtle coloring the natural substances used in their manufacture engender. Other products filling the shelves include ironwork plant and animal ornaments and coin purses made with recycled cloth. The shop also holds ceramics classes in which you can create a chawan rice bowl or Ozara plate by hand or using a potter's wheel. Classes generally require an advance reservation but you can ask to take one on the spot if one of the instructors is on-site.
  • Fuefukigawa Fruit Park Fruit Center
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Yamanashi Yamanashi-shi Ezohara 1411
  • Sasamotokajitu Honten
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Ise 1-10-1
  • Heart Wave
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Sumiyoshi 3-24-1
  • Kashimoto Shoji
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Kokubo 3-14-21
  • Shiwobenashinoki
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Shiobe 3-16-28
  • Nippon Glass bottle craft Kyokai
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Kamishida 2-29-13
  • Noborisenkantakinoe
    Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Ikarichou 352
  • Akiyama Pottery
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Yamanashi Kofu-shi Chuo 2-chome 9-18

Yamanashi Main Areas


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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