Bread / Dessert / Other Food Shop Spots in Gifu Area

  • Chicory Village
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    4.0
    56 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Pref. Nakatsugawashi Sendambayashi 1-15
    A tourist attraction and educational facility dedicated to eating, buying, and learning about natural food owned and operated by the Saladacosmo company and located a three minute drive from the Nakatsugawa Interchange on the Chuo Expressway. The facility consists of a farm which grows chicory, a brewery which crafts Chico Chico chicory shochu, a shop, and the Barbarzu Dining restaurant. Visitors can tour the farm and brewery. The facility’s restaurant serves homemade dishes in buffet style designed around the concept of local production for local consumption crafted with local, seasonal agricultural products by local farmer’s wives—this eatery is so popular, wait times can be quite long on weekends.

    ちこり村には車で10回くらい行っていますが、今回もナビを利用して行ったのですが道を間違えてしまいました。駐車場には数台の車が駐車しているだけでした。ちょうど昼食の時間でしたが、今回はコロナで昼食がやめてしまいました。家でも時々ちこりを食べますが、ちこりを知ったのがこのちこり村でした。隣近所や知人に珍しいお土産やスプラウトを買って帰りました。喜ばれたのがオクラの芽で新鮮そうだったの余ったオクラを花壇...

  • Guruman Vital Tarui Main Shop
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    4.0
    34 Reviews
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    Gifu Pref. Fuwaguntaruichou Miyashiro 441
    This is a bakery & pastry shop adjoining a bread factory and workshop, and a farm all together on an expansive area along National Route 21. At this shop, over 150 types of varieties of handmade breads are made here, in which only domestic ingredients are used. Not only can customers buy bread to take home, but one of the attractions is that one can enjoy the bread there at the eat-in space or at outdoor cafe tables. In addition to the everyday popular breads, many new breads and pastry creations by the pastry chef are for sale along with cheeses and wines. At the adjoining cafe, Bellwood, breads and pizzas are the main items offered.

    Um local muito aconchegante, bom pra curtir uma boa comida e um ambiente muito bom, com um cardápio variado , com área pra quem tem pet.

  • Kinchoen Sohonke
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    4.0
    21 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Ogaki-shi Kuruwamachi 2-10
    "This long-established Japanese confectionery shop was started in 1798. Ogaki is called the ""City of Water,"" and the popular confection ""Kinchoen Manju"" is the result of trying to create a sweet that suited the water of Ogaki with modified research. The sweet bean paste using plenty of good quality groundwater has a clean taste without any harshness. It is their prided product wrapped in yeast for making sake that they have made for over 150 years. Tesshin Ohara, who was once the feudal lord of the Mino-Ogaki domain, was very impressed when given them, and it is said the name of the confection was chosen in a song to praise it."

    大垣城近くにある、金蝶園総本家。大垣駅前にも古い町家のお店があります。大垣名物の金蝶園饅頭をいただきました。1個からバラでも販売されています。あっさりしたこし餡の饅頭。160年以上前から変わらぬ製法とのことです。夏は是非店内で水饅頭を食べて下さいとおすすめされました。

  • Ganso Nagashi Somen Kamagataki Takichaya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Pref. Gujoushi Minamichoukamita
    This tea shop located in Kamagataki on the way up Mt. Kataji from National Route 156 was opened in 1964. They are the original place where you can enjoy authentic nagashi-somen (flowing wheat noodles). The somen noodles are all-you-can-eat and come with a bowl of tsuyu noodle dipping soup. Because it is near a waterfall, one of its draws is that it feels cool even in the summer. There is also a fishing spot where you can fish for trout, and you can even salt-grill the fish you catch there. In addition, they also offer an extensive menu with items such as salt-grilled natural trout and uniquely-developed gohei-mochi (pressed rice grilled on skewers topped with miso bean paste). Everyone from children to adults can enjoy the country taste.
  • Kawakamiya (Main Shop)
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    4.5
    48 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Pref. Nakatsugawashi Honmachi 3-1-8
    This veteran Japanese confectionery has been making sweets with a nod to the seasons in Nakatsugawa since 1864. Their confections with domestic chestnut are especially famous, and their chestnut and mashed sweet potato kurikinton sold from autumn to winter is recommended. Carefully cooked chestnuts are added to the chunky sweet potatoes along with sugar, and then squeezed through a tea cloth. This leaves its natural pale-yellow color and the rich aroma of chestnuts that people love. Year-round sellers are also popular, including their “Ureshi-no-Kuri, made with large chestnuts prepared their own special way that maintains their fragrance and flavor.

    ちょうど8月25日から新栗の栗きんとんが発売されたばかりの、9月2日に立ち寄って、栗きんとんをはじめ栗菓子を3種類かって帰った。やっぱりここのが美味しい!

  • Yoroken Main Shop
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    4.0
    8 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Pref. Kamogunkawabechou Shimokawabe 273-1
    This Japanese sweets shop opened in 1993 and is located in Kawabe Town, Kamo County, Gifu Prefecture. Including the fruits daifuku (red bean paste-filled mochi), stuffed with homemade bean paste and cream using red beans Miyabi from Hokkaido’s Tokachi region and select fruit, they develop products such as “Marugoto Kyoho no Daifuku” and “Kuri Kinton Daifuku” every season. Their year-round product “Tappuri Cream no Nama-dorayaki” has various flavors from milk bean paste to cheese, and a milk chocolate one with chocolate mixed into the batter.

    餡カフェで美味しくモーニングいただき、スイーツもいただいたのですが、隣店舗の大福販売店で、カラコンつけた背の低い女店員が、商品説明の嘘を堂々と言い放ち、大福選んでる最中に背中を向けていたり、挙げ句のはてにはゴールドカードで決済した後に、早く帰れ的な下品な指さばきでカードを押し返し、こんなカードの返却の仕方初めてでした。 不愉快すぎます。 マナー接遇きちんち教育しないと お客様みんな不愉快ですよ...

  • Train Bleu
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    4.0
    77 Reviews
    Shopping
    Gifu Pref. Takayamashi Nishinoisshikimachi 1-73-5
    The Train Bleu bakery, which attaches great importance to ensuring that ordinary bread is made as delicious as possible every day, is very popular with local residents. On weekends and public holidays, Train Bleu can get so crowded that it has to issue numbered tickets to customers. Besides basic, everyday breads, Train Bleu also sells first-class Viennoiserie (pastries); one especially popular product features seasonal fruit with cream on a delicate croissant base. The bakery closes when it is sold out for the day, so it’s best to get there early. Train Bleu is located around 20-minute drive from the Takayama Interchange of the Chubu Jukan Expressway.

    SO GOOD! We waited outside for 15 minutes to get in but worth the wait! So flaky and delicious. Everything is about 300 yen or more. Make sure to get the strawberry tart with fresh cream!

  • Midoriya-Rouho
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    4.5
    20 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Kamo-gun Yaotsu Cho Yaotsu 4096-1
    "A long standing Japanese confectionary shop located a three-minute walk from the Yaotsu Town Hall. The shop continues to make confections according to secret recipes never taken off the premises and handed down parent to child. The shop's specialty kuri kinton is a popular and simple gem with a mildly sweet sugar taste and rich chestnut flavor. Because they are made with fresh picked chestnuts, they are a seasonal item only offered from late August through early April. The shop also carries an abundant variety of products offered year round, like ""Kuritamadare"" kuri kinton wrapped in gyuhi, and ""Kurimu Daifuku"" candied chopped chestnut kuri kinton mixed with fresh cream."

    朝一に来店したのですが、中々店員の方が出られづ店主の年配女性が対応して頂きましたが、横柄な接客態度、非常識な梱包に怒りを覚えました。

  • Suya Main Shop
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Nakatsugawa-shi Shinmachi 2-40
    A long-standing Japanese confectionary shop facing the Nakasendo Road 4.3 kilometers from the Nakatsugawa interchange on the Chuo Expressway. Nakatsugawa is believed to be the birthplace of kuri kinton mashed sweet potatoes and candied chestnuts and each year in September Japanese confectionary shop across the city sell kuri kinton, the flavor of which differs from shop to shop. Suya's kuri kinton is made with choice chestnuts and sugar and has an unaffected, simple flavor. The shop's kuri kinton is only available when in season, but customers can purchase the similarly flavored kuri kinton yokan jelly throughout the year. From late November to August, the shop also sells buckwheat flour confections like soba man buns.
  • Dodan Ikkyu Naegi Shop
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Nakatsugawa-shi
    "Head towards Gero Onsen from the Nakatsugawa Interchange on the Chuo Expressway, take a left at the Aoki traffic light, cross the Shiroyama Bridge, and drive a further two kilometers. This Japanese confectionary shop is on the right side of the road heading towards the Naegi traffic light. The shop's signature kuri kinton mashed sweet potatoes and candied chestnuts, made with chestnuts grown in Miyazaki Prefecture, have a delicate chestnut aroma. Other popular products include ""Kahoguri"" - chestnut paste mixed with butter cream and wrapped in a cocoa flavored choux pastry dough; and the ""Dodan no Sato"" Western-style dorayaki pancake sandwich filled with a white azuki bean filling."

    建物は古風な装いで雰囲気が良い。栗ごはんの御膳を頼んだが、大きい栗がゴロゴロ入っていて、味付けも薄めなので、栗本来の甘さを十分に感じられた。栗の和菓子もどれも美味しく、お土産に買って帰りました。

  • Owariya Confectioners
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    Gifu Gero-shi Yunoshima 124-1
    This shop manufactures and sells Gero Onsen's famous Tochinomi Senbei rice crackers. Made with chestnut and wheat flour produced in Gifu Prefecture, the shop has used the same recipe since its founding more than 50 years ago. The crackers are slightly hard and deliver a light aroma of chestnuts when bitten. They're the ideal Gero souvenir. Other rice crackers include a tasty lightly baked low-sugar version and their kayanomi senbei, a Western version with a blend of butter and Japanese nutmeg (kaya). They're available at various inns and souvenir shops throughout Gero City, as well as at their main factory.
  • Seikado
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Gero-shi Hagiwaracho Hagiwara 1294
    "This long-established Japanese confectionery shop was founded in 1933. It is known as the birthplace of the famous Gero Onsen confectionery ""Tochinomi Senbei."" With their simple and nostalgic flavor, these homemade ""Tochinomi Senbei"" are created one at a time, and are renowned as a souvenir from Gero as snacks to be had with tea. They have also attained the gold prize at the National Confectionery Exposition. In addition to traditional Japanese sweets, they also sell western sweets such as chiffon cakes baked with medicinal herbs from Hagiwara, and roll cakes with fresh fruit. The fall limited edition ""Apple Pie Made from Southern Dimpled Apples"" is a fast-selling popular product."
  • Yoroken
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Kakamigahara-shi Sakuragicho 1-8
    A Japanese sweet shop close to Inuyama Castle and a 10-minute walk from Meitetsu Shin-Unuma Station and JR Unuma Station. They've been hand making uiro sweet rice jelly the traditional way since their founding in 1922. The rice flour and other ingredients are all domestically produced. They offer a number of varieties of the sweet, such as a simple white uiro made with rice and sugar, a stronger flavored dark uiro made with brown sugar, an azuki bean type with a slight scent of persimmon, and a yuzu citron variety with a refreshing citrus aftertaste. The shop was originally in Nagoya, but they changed their name in 2015 and reopened at their current location.
  • Magoroku Senbei Honpo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Seki-shi Honmachi 3-6-2
    A hand-grilled Japanese wafer shop founded in 1926. Named after the great swordsmith Magoroku of Seki, Magoroku Senbei is one of Seki City's leading manufacturers of the treats. Made from eggs, flour, and sugar, they have a crisp texture with a light flavor reminiscent of sponge cake. They're highly popular and make great gifts as well as the perfect Seki souvenir. They're available in boxes ranging from eight to 58 wafers, but you can get them individually wrapped too.
  • Usukawa Taiyaki Fukumaru
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Gifu-shi Inabadori 1-8 Gifu Zenkoji
    This shop sells thin crusted taiyaki, fish-shaped pancakes filled with bean jam. The shop is on the approach to Inaba Shrine, one of Gifu's top power spots. Carefully baked one-by-one, they're nice and crispy and the bean jam is just sweet enough. They also have limited availability items like taiyaki stuffed with Hida apple and sweet potato, and in summer they serve shaved ice smothered in fruit. When ordering several items to take away, we recommend placing your order, visiting Inaba Shrine or Gifu Zenkoji Temple, and then picking them up on your way home. It is not uncommon to see people walking away with packs of ten.

    伊奈波神社境内にあり、この時期は「かき氷」待ちの行列が並んでます。 お目当ては、今では珍しい一匹焼きの「たい焼き」です。こちらも並びます。。。 パリッとした薄皮の中にあんこがたっぷりです。 鉄型による一匹焼きなので、焼き加減がまちまちなのが特徴化です (^^♪ このお店は、いつ行っても店主の人柄が最高です。接客の気持ち良いこと!

  • Shibata Ame Honpo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Gifu-shi Daihocho 3-4
    "This candy shop is a 15-minute walk from Gifu Station. They have been making handmade candies with the same recipe since their founding. Their hallmark product is Nobunaga Aruheito, a famous Gifu confectionary that has received the Prime Minister's Award. It's a reproduction of aruheito, a kind of candy that was introduced from the southern islands during the Warring States Period. These candies feature more sugar than usual varieties. They come in three flavors: ""Pure Sugar"" made simply with sugar and starch and without added flavors, ""Hakka"" with a subtle flavor and addictive aftertaste, and ""Brown Sugar"" made with high grade Okinawan brown sugar that's packed with minerals."
  • Nakasho-seika
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Gujo-shi Hachimancho Shimadani 541
    A confectionery shop central Gujo Hachiman, opposite the Former Gujo Hachiman Government Building Memorial Hall, a popular sightseeing spot. Founded while the government office was still in use, the current owner brings a background in Western sweets to their products. They sell a variety of original sweets made with Gujo ingredients, including cinnamon flavored soft rice cakes and baked manju buns with crusts made with condensed cream. Their summertime Seiryu-no-Shizuku gelatin treats are like drops of a fresh, clear spring. They even look refreshing and make great gifts.
  • Alps-no-Panya-san
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    Gifu Takayama-shi Okuhida Onsenkyo Shinhodaka Onsen
    A bakery at the Shinhotaka Ropeway with its incredible seasonal alpine scenery. Some of their fresh-baked items include plain croissants, chocolate croissants, croissants with bean jam, and maple pecan and spinach feta cheese baked goods. Many people buy highland produced milk to go with their popular crispy croissants and enjoy them while soaking in the footbath in front of the station.
  • Toraya Roho
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Takayama-shi Kamininomachi 75
    An old-school Japanese sweet shop located a 13-minute walk from Takayama Station that was founded in 1830. They sell a range of items including steamed mugwort manju buns, mugwort rice cakes, cherry petal daifuku rice cakes, dorayaki pancake with various flavored cream fillings, and yokan red bean jelly. Their popular mugwort manju buns feature tsubuan red bean jam wrapped in a soft dark green crust. They sell them individually at a reasonable price. There is a bench in front of the store where customers are welcome to sit and eat their purchases.

    高山街上的房屋和店舖都很有歷史,這家店也不例外,店裡空間不大,和菓子色彩和風味都很傳統,在老街屹立不搖多年,饅頭口感也很不錯。

  • Fujimiya Honmachi Store
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gifu Takayama-shi Honmachi 2-25
    This dumpling shop is located on Takayama Honmachi 2-chome shopping street, which was once the central shopping location in Takayama. For over 60 years since its establishment, their mitarashi dango (rice dough dumplings with sweet-salty sauce) using original dumpling dough and soy sauce ordered directly from a soy sauce brewery were famous. Takayama's mitarashi dango are different from everyday sweet and salty dumplings, and are characterized by their unsweet taste from being made with the fragrance of the soy sauce-based sauce. These small dumplings are perfect for eating while walking around Takayama. The shop sells zenzai (red bean soup), which warms up the body, freshly-ground coffee and gohei-mochi rice cakes (grilled rice cakes skewered and basted in sweet walnut miso) with a sesame aroma, and you can also the inside tables.

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Tucked away in the very center of Japan, Gifu prefecture houses mountains, old towns, and one of Japan’s greatest hot springs, Gero Onsen. A tour of the prefecture’s traditional architecture will take you from the mountain-enveloped wooden streets of Takayama to the mountain village of Shirakawago, where visitors can explore 250-year-old thatched roofed houses known as gassho-zukuri.

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