Groceries Spots in Nagano Area

  • Obusedo Honten Restaurant
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    4.0
    141 Reviews
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    Nagano Pref. Kamitakaigunobusemachi Obuse 808
    A long-established chestnut confectionery store located in Obuse Town, Kamitakai County, Nagano Prefecture. The classy cake shop sells all sorts of treats made with chestnuts such as Kuri Kanoko and Kuri Mushi packed with chestnut jam made only with whole chestnuts and sugar. The moist Kuri Kanoko cake is also popular. At the back of the shop is a restaurant where, as well as sweets such as raw chestnut cake, you can taste Japanese-style meals using local traditional vegetables and seasonal ingredients.

    12月の閉店間際に訪れました。 店内の喫茶には入れなかったので、お土産に栗鹿の子を購入 時期的に正月用の大き目の缶に入っており、装飾もきらびやか。 もちろん味も大粒の栗が入ってます。 他の店の栗菓子が食べられなくなりそうです。 I bought canned food for osechi cuisine (Osechi is for New Year) This is in a big...

  • Atelier de Fromage
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    Nagano Pref. Toumishi Mihari 504-6
    This shop sells hand-made cheese from its atelier which has received a number of awards in Japan and overseas such as Monde Selection and the Japan Cheese Awards. It has a wide range of cheeses including raw-milk cheeses, camembert and blue cheese. You can enjoy cheese fondue, pizza and cakes made with plenty of home-made cheese at the adjoining café.

    10年以上前から通っています。 とても大好きでよく行っています。 最近は焼きカレーとクアトロフォルマッジに蜂蜜たっぷり、その後にケーキを がここ数年のお決まりです。 冬は湯の丸高原スキー場の後に必ず寄ります。 たとえばゴルゴンゾーラのチーズケーキなど、昔あったケーキがなくなったりしていますが、その分新しいものも出てきたりで楽しませていただいております。 季節のチーズケーキも楽しませてもらっておりま...

  • Azumino Herb Square
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    4.5
    3 Reviews
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    Nagano Azumino Hotaka Ariake 8109-1
    An herb shop adjoining an herb garden. The shop sells original herbal tea blends made with a variety of herbs. In addition to herbal teas, the shop also offers aroma therapy oils, potpourri, soaps, cosmetics, and a wide array of other goods made using herbs. All of the herbs used in the shop's products were grown without the use of agricultural chemicals. From spring to fall, the shop also sells caffeine-free herbal mocha soft serve ice cream made with dandelion and chicory.

    美味しいハーブティーをテラス席でいただけるお店です。心地よい信州の空気とハーブの香りに癒されます。ちょっとだけ虫も一緒にテラス席で休んでいます。。。

  • Kanten Papa Shop Ekimae Inasse Shop
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    4.0
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    Nagano Ina-shi Arai 3500-1
    "Located on the first floor of ""Inasse"", a building in front of JR Inashi Station, is a directly managed store of Ina Food Industry Co., Ltd., a manufacturer of agar. The store handles many agar products that are used as ingredients for jellies and soups, helping to add color to the tables of the local people. The store also has a cafe with eight seats, serving coffee and other drinks and agar zenzai (sweet red bean soup). The convenience of using this service in various situations, such as taking a break from shopping or waiting for a meeting, is appealing."

    寒天を使ったかんてんぱぱの商品の品揃えもよく、人気の大根もちとドレッシングが好きで本店まで行かなくても買えるので重宝しています!

  • Oonishiya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Nagano Ina-shi
    A long-standing Japanese confectionary shop which has been in business for over a half-century. Situated along the Shinano Ina Alps Highway at the entranceway to the famous cherry blossom viewing area of Takato travelling om downtown Ina City, the shop's signature product is its Kashiwa Manju steamed buns wrapped in an oak leaf. The shop offers three choices of filling: tsubuan coarse sweet red bean paste, edible wild plant and rice, and smooth bean paste in a buckwheat and walnut dough. These exquisite culinary gems, made with Nagano wheat and buckwheat flour for the dough, exude the culture of Nagano. A perfect place for tourists to pick up gifts and souvenirs, many of the shop's sweets are rooted in the area, such as the Sakusaku Kansuke crispy wafer cakes made with amaranth, a local Ina specialty product; and Takato Manju, a Takato standard.
  • Nouvel Bairindo Okaya Main Store (Kashi Kobo Suwa no Tsuki)
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    4.5
    7 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Nagano Okaya-shi Chuocho 1-13-31
    Within walking distance of Okaya Station on the JR Chuo Main Line. This Western confectionary shop is located in the center of Okaya City. Since it was established in 1913, the shop has focused on using choice ingredients and refined techniques, and here customers can enjoy traditional flavors which have been refined over years. Using fresh milk and eggs from that very morning, the shop makes confections which utilize the unique ingredients and flavors of Nagano. The shop's signature Kurumi Yamabiko are particularly popular and have been awarded the Monde Selection gold prize for 14 years in a row. These tasty treats can be purchased both individually and in assorted sets. The shop also regularly holds cake making classes held by a skilled patissier.

    This shop creates beautiful cakes with attention to detail. You can either enjoy your case on the spot with a nice cup of tea or coffee or bring it home in a neat package. They made my birthday...

  • Shibutoge Hotel Shibutoge no Panya-san
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    2 Reviews
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    Nagano Shimotakai-gun Yamanouchimachi Shigakogen Shibutoge Kenzakai no Yado Shibutoge Hotel
    A bread bakery located on the first floor of the Shibutoge Hotel a 50-minute drive from the Shinshu Interchange on the Joshin-Etsu Expressway. The bakery is 2,000 meters above sea level, making it the second highest in Japan. Known for its charming breads made by hand the old fashioned way, popular selections include the coleseed bread stuffed with sauteed coleseed greens; and the walnut bread, whose dough is mixed with huge chunks of walnut. The standard anpan bean paste bread, cream bread, and melon bread are also recommended. The bakery closes each day when stock runs out.

    レストランで昼食中、雷雨に見舞われ食後も動けずにいたら、スタッフの方からこちらへどうぞとパン屋さんの隣にある喫茶コーナーへ案内され、雨宿り継続。食後のコーヒーでも飲もうかと券売機でチケットを買おうと思ったら、コーヒーが買えなかったので、雨宿りだけさせて貰った。

  • Sekiya Brewery
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    Nagano Shimotakai-gun Yamanouchimachi Hirao 2865
    A miso making factory located close to Yudanaka Onsen. The company invented Tokonese, a type of koji malted rice made using hot spring heat, and the company's handmade, additive-free natural miso made with this koji has long boasted excellent taste, umami body, and aroma. The factory's signature Shiga Kogen Miso comes in three different varieties depending on the ratio of koji and has even been introduced on television as Japan's most delicious miso. The company offers factory tours which include a tasting session of its products, as well as an activity which allows participants to try mixing steamed soybeans, koji, fermentative bacteria, and salt water like the factory does when it makes miso (note that both require an advance reservation).
  • Haus St.Anton Hotel & Jam Factory
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    Nagano Shimotakai-gun Nozawaonsenmura Toyosato 9515
    "A three-minute walk from the Nozawa Onsen Chuo Bus Terminal and a two-minute walk from the Oyu bathhouse. This jam shop is situated in the center of Oyu-dori Street in the heart of the hot spring district. The shop produces and sells jams and juices produced with fruit just at the time it is at its tastiest, as well as gelato and cakes made with an abundance of the same. The shop's strawberry jam, known as the ""king of jams"" to some, is a preserve-style jam filled with whole strawberries, offering up a mild sweet and tart fragrance and a chewy, forward texture."
  • Boulangerie Kerock
    Shopping
    Nagano Chino-shi Kohigashi 6595-248
    A handmade bread shop situated along the Venus Line a 15-minute drive from the Suwa Interchange on the Chuo Expressway. The shop's motto is to steadily implement the basics and draw out maximum goodness from the ingredients, and the establishment offers pain de campagne and other crusty breads, dressed breads, Danishes, confectionary breads, and more. The shop's popular melon bread has a hint of hazelnut, a crisp outer crust, and a moist interior. The shop's baked sweets and seasonal products like strawberry, chestnut, and blueberry Danishes are also popular.
  • Hachimitsu-gura
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Nagano Chino-shi
    "A small museum adjoining the Gin no Saji inn which introduces the wonders of honey and beekeeping. The museum building is constructed in a unique local style used to build storehouses known as ""tategurumi;"" the front plaster facade incorporates a kote-e relief of a bee. An exhibition room and shop selling primarily domestic honey and honey-related knickknacks are located on the first floor; the museum's tasting course, in which participants get to compare the taste and aroma of over 20 varieties of honey, is particularly popular."
  • Engetsudo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Nagano Komagane-shi Chuo 4-17
    A one-minute walk from Komagane Station on the JR Iida Line. This long-standing Japanese and Western confectionary shop was established in 1928. Carrying both Western and Japanese confections, for three generations the shop has preserved traditions and established visual styles while at the same time evolving with the times. The shop's sweets incorporating local ingredients are particularly popular, such as the Yomekko Mochi yubeshi dumplings made with chestnuts and local soy sauce; and the Fuwatto Bouche, a dough mixed with Komagane sesame seeds, white peaches, lemons, matcha green tea, and other seasonal flavors filled with whipped cream and sweet bean jam. Eat-in space available.
  • Izumiya Kashi Ten Main Store
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    Nagano Saku-shi Iwamurada 749
    A five-minute walk from Iwamurada Station. This confectionary shop, located in on the Nakasendo Road, makes use of choice ingredients with a focus on locally produced items. Carrying both Western and Japanese confections, many of the shops products are seasonal exclusives. Staple products include the melt-in-your-mouth Hanjuku Cheese and Hanjuku Chocolate cakes; and the Saku carp-themed Koiguruma, a pair of carp-shaped cakes clasping each other in a circle filled with coarse sweet bean paste and custard cream. Many of the shop's confections cunningly incorporate both Japanese and Western elements, such as the Shinano Oiwake buns filled with a cream crafted from butter, milk, and honey. The Kurumi Mochi walnut cakes and Imo Kintsuba sweet potato flour dough cakes, only available at this location, are particularly popular.
  • Fujiya Jozo
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    Nagano Komoro-shi Honmachi 1-3-10
    A five-minute walk from Komoro Station. This miso company is located a short distance north of Otemon Park on National Route 141. The company's Shinshu miso is made primarily with ingredients from Nagano as well as from across the country. The company's year-long fermentation process also hints at the care it puts into its products. Here you can buy eight varieties of miso by volume starting from 500 grams. In addition to amakuchi, Tokusei amakuchi, and chukara varieties, the company's barley koji miso and buckwheat koji miso are also popular. The company also sells miso pickles, miso karinto snacks, soy sauce, and concentrated sweet amazake.
  • Mannenya Main Shop
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    Nagano Matsumoto-shi Joto 2-1-22
    This long-standing miso shop was established in 1832 and is located a five-minute walk from Matsumoto Castle. Primarily making and selling miso, the shop notably continues to make its miso according to an old-fashioned, traditional method called miso-dama-zukuri. The shop only uses domestic ingredients to craft its products. Particularly recommended is the Hourei miso, made using the miso-dama-zukuri method. Other varieties include the Shinshu miso-style Tenjo and Tanrei misos, and customers can choose the miso or misos they like the best. Originally a koji malted rice maker, the shop also sells an abundant variety of koji pickles made with ingredients from Matsumoto such as pickled coleseed greens and uri melon kasuzuke sake lee pickles.
  • Raijindo Matsumoto Nawate Dori Shop
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
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    Nagano Matsumoto-shi Ote 3-3
    A hand toasted senbei rice cracker shop situated in front of Yohashira-jinja Shrine several businesses down from the west entrance of the Nawate-dori shopping street. The shop's main store is located in Tokyo's Sugamo, and the chain also has locations nationwide, primarily in Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefecture. The shop focuses not on low price but rather making high quality senbei according to traditional methods. The shop only uses choice domestic rice and soy sauce. The shop also sells fresh-toasted senbei, a perfect snack to enjoy on the go. Particularly recommended are the close to 20 varieties of miso senbei, such as the Shinshu (Nagano) miso senbei. The shop can also make you senbei crackers with your name on them, though orders take more than a week to make.

    ...ญี่ปุ่น สื่อสารวัฒนธรรมอันเป็นเอกลักษณ์ของประเทศ ผ่านอาหาร-ขนมหวานที่ปรุงอย่างพิถีพิถัน โดดเด่นทั้งรสชาติ รูปลักษณ์ และแพคเกจจิ้ง. *เซมเบ้ แครกเกอร์ข้าวสไตล์ญี่ปุ่น...

  • Mannenya Daimyo-cho Shop
    Shopping
    Nagano Matsumoto-shi Ote 3-5-13
    "A one-minute walk from Matsumoto Castle. Located a short distance south of Matsumoto Castle along Daimyocho-dori Street, this long-standing miso branch shop's company was established in 1832. A convenient place to drop by and pick up a few souvenirs after going sightseeing in the area, the shop's stylish atmosphere makes it easy to enter. The shop sells Nagano miso and pickles made by the company as well as popular Nagano confections and crafts made in Matsumoto. Particularly recommended is the Hourei miso made according to a traditional method called ""miso-dama-zukuri."" The shop is a fun destination where you can find a variety of famous Matsumoto specialty products gathered under one roof."
  • MARONAPPLE
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    4.0
    9 Reviews
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    Nagano Kamitakai-gun Obuse Machi Kanmachi 982-2
    A shop which sells popular homemade jams and puddings. Operating out of a building with an old-fashioned look appropriate to Obuse, the shop's floor-to-ceiling windows bring in plenty of light, and its shelves are crammed with colorful product jars. The shop's most renowned products are its Shun Jam seasonal jams made with fruits from Obuse and Nagano harvested when they are at their tastiest, and the rich Maron Pudding made with natural eggs and chestnuts. So delicious they've been featured in the media, the shop will let you taste its jams served on top of a small portion of plain yogurt. The shop also carries a variety of gift boxes and can ship purchases within the region.

    ここでプリンにハマってから様々なお店を回ってますが、未だにここのプレーンを超えるプリンに出会っていません・・・わざわざ静岡から買いに行くほど大好きです

  • Shousendou
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    5.0
    3 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Nagano Kamitakai-gun Obuse Machi Iida 607
    A Japanese confectionary shop situated amidst chestnut trees. The shop aims to serve chestnut confections unlike anything found anywhere else, and popular products include the Kuri Tsukuri, a light azuki bean yokan jelly with a candied chestnut inside; and the Ume Tsukuri, a plum pulp yokan jelly made with Japanese plums marinated in honey. The shop's numerous visually delightful products influenced by the unique cultural features of Obuse make for perfect gifts and souvenirs. Here you can also by Mizore, large chunks of candied chestnut, a confection which won the chairman's prize at the Kashi Hakurankai confection exhibition. Situated away from the hustle and bustle of the town center and surrounded by a tranquil natural area, visitors are encouraged to stop by this establishment.

    レンタサイクル借りてこちらへ。近くまで来ているのに栗林に囲まれて15分ほど迷子。 ここは自家栽培の栗だけ使用と聞いてどうしても来たかった。自宅用に栗ペーストと茶巾絞りの空蝉。お土産に栗鹿の子とペースト。 空蝉は栗そのもの、お茶を飲むのももったいない、口の中の栗を楽しんでいたい。 栗鹿の子も自宅用に買えば良かった。

  • Ebisuya
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    8 Reviews
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    Nagano Suwa-shi Kogan Dori 3-4-14
    Seven minutes from JR Kami-Suwa Station. Established in 1858, this shop is filled with lovingly crafted tsukudani foods boiled and preserved in soy sauce. The shop offers customers samples of its products so you can try before you buy. The shop's popular Japanese pond smelt is available in three varieties - shio (salt), shizenen (natural salt), and amakara (salty sweet); tasty as is, be sure to try them nanbanzuke and chazuke-style as well! Customers also love the simple flavor of the shop's Wakasagi Kobaini Japanse pond smelt from Lake Suwa stewed with Japanese plum extract.

    ワカサギの唐揚げが有名。 地元の人に紹介され、お土産に購入しましたが、家に到着するまでにすべて食べてしまいました。

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Nagano prefecture is an exciting mix of mountains, hot spring monkeys, and preserved Edo history. At the heart of the Japanese Alps, Nagano is one of the country's most popular destinations, whether in winter for its snow sports and the much-loved Jigokudani Monkey Park or in the warmer months for discovering the undulating hills on foot. For fantastic Edo architecture, head to the Kiso Valley for a 60-kilometer stretch of quaint wooden buildings that marked the Nakasendo route 200 years ago.

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