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Souvenirs Spots in Hakuba / Omachi / Azumino Area

  • Toiroya
    Nagano Pref. Aduminoshi Hotakariake 2186-112
    Toiroya is a dyeing workshop, part of the atelier 10 colours shop. In addition to the interior products like shop curtains and tapestries, they also have coasters and book covers. They also sell fashion accessories such as stalls and bags. Toiroya stocks a range of original products which can only be purchased at the shop and nowhere else. Customers can also customize the shop curtains and panels anyhow they like.
  • Izura Omachi Tokusankan
    1 Reviews
    Nagano Pref. Omachishi Omachi 3300-1
    About a three-minute walk from Shinano-Omachi Station in Omachi-Nishina Town, Omachi City, you’ll find this specialty product store along Prefectural Route 474. The first floor contains the store along with an eating space, and the second floor has a gallery featuring local artists’ works. You’ll find local liquors, oyaki (a type of bun), processed goods made from mountain vegetables and fish from the river, sweets, crafts, and more. You can also enjoy some oyaki and coffee onsite. The “Omachi kara no tamatebako” is especially popular.

    JR信濃大町駅のロータリーから右斜め方向へ5分ほど。地元の物産を販売している。 大町は水の豊かなところ。この特産館の前にも「女清水」と呼ばれる湧水の蛇口があり、自由に飲めるようになっていた。

  • Azumino Tensan Center
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Nagano Azumino Hotaka Ariake 3618-24
    A museum located in Azumino City which introduces the history of the cultivation of the Japanese oak silkmoth. Thread made using the cocoons of the moths is produced similar to that of regular silk, but the resulting fabric is lighter and softer, and possesses a distinctive color and luster. Inside, visitors can learn about the history of Japanese oak silkmoths and their ecology. In the adjoining studio, visitors can watch as textiles are woven from the moths' cocoons. The museum's shop sells Japanese oak silkmoth silks and accessories. In addition, visitors can also see actual Japanese oak silkmoths being raised in an open breeding house on the grounds.
  • Matsusaki Washi
    Nagano Omachi-shi Yashiro 6562
    A handmade Japanese washi paper studio whose origins are believed to date back to 1042 when a shrine servant used wild mulberry, a raw ingredient used in washi, to make paper for a festival on the request of Nishina Shinmeigu Shrine. Visitors can tour the actual shop floor where the studio makes its wash and also try hand-sieving washi paper themselves. The washi papermaking activity requires an advance reservation, so be sure to contact the studio in advance.
  • Ki Takumi Azumino
    Nagano Omachi-shi Omachi 2230
  • Otarimeisankan
    9 Reviews
    Nagano Pref. Kitadumigunotarimura Chikuniotsu 6747

    A lovely homely soba restaurant run by what appeared to be a Grandmother Co-Op! Great service & adequate photo menus for non-Japanese speakers. Half of the seating was tatami style & the other half...

  • Painhausu
    Nagano Pref. Kitadumigunhakubamura Hokujou Morikami 12867-222

Nagano Main Areas


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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