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  • Omura Butcher Shop
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    3.5
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    Shizuoka Pref. Mishimashi Taishachou 2-27
    This is a long-established specialty shop for kuro-ge wagyu beef (from Japanese Black cattle) located in front of the Mishima City Office. The marbled kuro-ge wagyu is ordered from a contract ranch at the base of Mt. Fuji where the cattle are carefully raised, and it is a great place to enjoy a meal of sukiyaki, shabu-shabu, or steak for celebrations and other special events. They are also famous for their “Mishima croquette” which rose to fame due to a drama set in Mishima City, and there has been a rapid increase in the number of tourists who seek out the cute heart-shaped croquette which has a moist creamy texture thanks to the use of Mishima potato. The closest station is Mishima-Tamachi Station.

    三島コロッケのお昼は数ありますが、ここのお店のコロッケはハート型をしていて、かなり個性的。コロッケはねっとりしていて、挽肉の旨みを感じる美味しさでした。

  • Honke Tokiwagi
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    4.0
    15 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Ginzachou 14-1
    This Japanese-style sweets store located at the corner just before the entrance of the Atami Ginza Shopping Street in Shizuoka Prefecture’s Atami City is a long-established store that was founded in 1918. The Kyuzo-style building catches the eye thanks to the plentiful use of its Showa-period carpenter techniques such as the coffered, finely latticed ceiling, sparrow and butterfly nailhead covers, and decorative ridge-end tiles. Their mainstay product is Yokan (sweet bean jelly), in which one can taste the original flavor of the azuki bean. They maintain the traditional production method and taste, and it has continued to be loved by customers of a wide range of ages since they were founded. At the storefront, they also have various Japanese-sweets on display such as kibi-mochi (millet mochi) and uguisu-mochi (mochi filled with red bean paste and topped with green soy flour).

    熱海の老舗和菓子屋さん。対面するところにソックリな名前で似たような商品を売ってるお店があります。昔に何か親族のゴタゴタでもあって分割したのかな? もう一つの方のお店の方は、店主は元ホストさんということで、ビジュアル重視でお店にもお化粧したご店主がでていらっしゃるそう。 こちらはあくまでも本格派です。無添加の和菓子を提供してくれる稀有なお店。きび餅も羊羹も優しいお味、そして無添加。無添加の和菓子...

  • Ichiraku
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    7 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Tawarahonchou 5-5
    This Japanese sweets shop within the Atami Ekimae Heiwa Dori Shopping Street in Shizuoka Prefecture’s Atami City is easily distinguished by the large red noren curtains bearing the shop name. They are very particular about their ingredients used, such as homemade miso, Bicchu dainagon (a large-grained variety of azuki bean), Tokachi azuki bean, and Tanba black soybean, and ever since it was founded it has been selling a variety of sweets crafted with meticulous techniques. The Miso Tsubo Manju made with miso that takes one year to mature is often purchased as an Atami souvenir. Also popular are their Dainagon Zenzai (red bean soup), Coffee Jelly, and Horoniga Caramel Ichiraku Pudding which contain tsubuan (coarse sweet red bean paste) and can be purchased at the front of the shop.

    ジェイアール熱海駅前のロータリーから、平和通り商店街を下った場所に、一楽はあります。ごま大福で知られる和菓子やさんですが、プリンもあります。

  • Café Milky
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    4.5
    6 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Yawatano 1262-18
    This highland café enveloped in the abundant nature of Shizuoka Prefecture’s Ito City has a spacious grass dog run. Together with a beloved pet dog one can enjoy a meal inside the shop, and is easy to use as a space for off-line gatherings for those who love dogs. The popular menu is the French bread made with natural yeast and the tartine which uses various colorful vegetables. Their homemade sweets such as gateau chocolate and chiffon cake are also popular.

    伊豆高原の中にある愛犬家のご夫婦が営むワンちゃん同伴OKのカフエレストランです。旅行ガイドブックを参考にランチで立ち寄りました。2月1日、例年にない厳寒の平日でしたが、シェルティー犬を連れたご家族と我々夫婦と同年代と思われる初老のご夫婦とご一緒でした。家内はチーズ煮込みハンバーグ、私はガイドブックに記載されていたランチメニュー「彩り野菜とモッツァレラのタルチーヌ」なるオープンサンドを注文。ミニサラ...

  • Heda Fishery Cooperative Association Direct Shop
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    Shizuoka Pref. Numadushi Heda 523-9
    Located in Heda, Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, this is a place selling fish and processed marine products of the Suruga Bay area, with a direct connection to the Heda fishery cooperative. Depending on the season they offer fatty mackeral, big eye tuna pulled by far seas purse seine boats, and various deep-sea fish living 200–300 meters below the surface such as Japanese lobster, bigeyed greeneye and deepsea smelt. In the fish tank are giant spider crabs, among the largest deep sea crabs in the world. The processed deepsea smelt paste Surisuri Megisuchan is a popular delicacy.
  • Juka Komigashi Framboise
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    4.5
    11 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunmatsuzakichou Miyauchi 23
    This is a Western confectionery shop in Matsuzaki Town, Kamo County, Shizuoka Prefecture, with a distinctive chic exterior featuring white walls and triangular roof tiles. Over 20 varieties of cake are normally lined up in the interior showcase including lemon tart and cheesecake. Proud of their sweets made with plenty of locally grown fruits, they offer a range of sweets according to the season: in winter the ponkan orange cake; in spring and summer the new summer orange jelly; in autumn the Japanese chestnut cake. One can enjoy a sweet in the interior cafe space or among the beautiful greenery of the terrace space along with a coffee or tea.

    After finishing a nice lunch at Shimoda we drove to the western side of Izu, to where we would be staying for the night. On the way we decided to stop for a break at a good cafe, and chosen this...

  • Leman no Mori
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    3.5
    14 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Yawatano 1244-91
    This is a cake shop in Yawatano, Ito City, Shizuoka Prefecture, offering “people-friendly” sweets made by its chef who earned his stripes in both Japan and France. Their specialty is baumkuchen full of Ito ingredients including rice flour. The baumkuchen is known for its soft mellow texture and simple sweetness, baked layer on layer in a special workshop. The popular raw cheesecake Mori-no-aika has been sold 280,000 pieces since the shop opened seven years ago. One can also enjoy sweets, coffee and flavored tea in the lounge space rich in the atmosphere of the highland’s nature.

    池通り沿いにあり、店の前と、少し離れたところに駐車場があります。スイーツのお店ですが、チーズケーキと大室焼きが大のお気に入りです。イートインスペースで紅茶とケーキもおススメです!

  • Ogiso Shoten Main Shop
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    4.5
    10 Reviews
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    Shimoda, Shizuoka prefecture 2-9-30
    This is an old himono (dried fish) speciality shop with a long history, originally established as a can manufacturer in 1900. They aim to give their lineup of himono the ultimate freshness and flavor, with each prepared carefully one by one with only the best fish and natural salt. They offer several kinds of seasonal himono including “himodori ji-kinmedai (red bream rarely caught off the Shimoda coast), horse mackeral, kinmedai (red bream), ebo sea bream, and silver stripe round herring. The very Japanese building with its tiled roof has an atmosphere that welcomes tourists.

    下田に親戚がいるので、子供の頃から毎年のように行っていますが、下田の干物といえば小木曽商店。少しお高いですが、間違いありません。包み紙の上に載せられたお魚のカードもレトロでとても可愛いです。

  • Guruppe Honcho Branch
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    Shizuoka Pref. Mishimashi Honchou 2-27
    This is a famous bakery and cafe which earned top place in the national bread festival for its Mishima Croquette Bread and Mishima Fruity Carrot. They offer a range of fresh breads such as traditional loaves and French bread, anpan with homemade red bean paste, bread rolls and side bread. Indoor seating is available for guests to sit and enjoy their bread with fresh coffee. Pets are also allowed in the terrace seating. The nearest station is Mishima-Hirokoji Station.
  • Izu no Usagi Honten
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    5.0
    1 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Futo 1311-4
    This shop specializes in Japanese and Western-style sweets in Futo, Ito City in Kanagawa Prefecture, selling many cute products with rabbit and moon motifs. It has a wide range of products popular as Izu specialities such as tororo manju bun with a soft, sticky texture made from Japanese yams, Shippo Cookies containing custard and chocolate and marshmallow Punyo Punyo Rabbits filled with strawberry jam. The exterior of the shop is black with a large illustration of the rabbit in the moon.

    小ぶりのまんじゅうがとても旨いく、あんこ好きも納得できるだろう。ただ賞味期限が短いのでお土産には向かないかも。旅の途中で立ち寄り、おやつとして食べるのがよさそうだ。洋菓子は日持ちするしバラエティ豊富。いろいろ組み合わせて箱詰めしてもらえるので、店員さんのアドバイスを受けながら、喜んでもらえる詰め合わせを考えるのが楽しい。

  • Guricha no Sugiyama Main Shop
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Ginzamotomachi 7-25
    This is an old shop for Guricha fine Izu tea in Ito City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Guricha, made over a long time with the deep-steamed green tea method that uses even the core of the tea leaves, has minimal bitterness and is a popular flavor in the Kanto region. It is a blend of Shizuoka, Kagoshima, and Miyazaki tea leaves, with a steady flavor that doesn’t grow old. Outside the shop they sell ice cream sprinkled luxuriously with Guricha powder, which is a popular walking snack.

    訪ねると、お茶を出して頂けました!仕事へもペットボトルに分け持参しています!苦味が強くなく、さっぱりと美味しい味わいでした!海外へのお土産も是非オススメ!

  • Mont Blanc
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    4.0
    15 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Ginzachou 4-8
    This French confectionery specialist in Ginza Town, Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture is an old shop established in 1947. The first-generation chef opened the shop after long research and self study and it has since become a much loved landmark in the area. In the storefront showcase are pillow sponge shortcake, mille-feuille, roll cake, and other pleasingly traditional cakes all in a row. They continue to pay close attention to the fundamental ingredients like the dough, sponginess and cream and make cakes to traditional French recipes.

    今天下午兩點過來想要購買著名文豪谷崎潤一郎喜歡的摩卡蛋糕捲,卻被告知在中午之前就完全賣完了,非常失望難過,當然其它東西也好吃,大家記得早點來!

  • Kanesa Dried Bonito Store
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    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunnishizuchou Tago 600-1
    This shop, specializing in dried bonito and located in Nishiizu Town, Kamo County, Shizuoka Prefecture, was founded in 1882 as a producer of Tago Bushi, a very old kind of dried bonito even among bonito in Izu. There is a shop in the factory which sells the finest dried bonito produced using native bonito and local firewood through an ancient roasting process. Easy-to-use dried bonito shavings and small packs are popular items to buy. Free tours of the factory are possible (please check beforehand).
  • Kogetsudo
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunkawaduchou Mine 495
    Founded in 1945, Kogetsudo is a western and Japanese-style confectionery shop located in Kawazu Town, Kamo County, Shizuoka Prefecture. The shop is famous for its new-style cake, cheese dorayaki, which is made without using any sweet bean paste yet retains that traditional dorayaki (red bean pancake) style. The sour taste of the cream cheese filling goes together perfectly with the sweetness of the cake making it a popular treat for well-known entertainers and customers from far and wide. They sell many other kinds of cakes such as the Madeleine cake topped with local specialty Kawazu cherry blossom petals.

    たまたま見かけて購入したチーズどら焼き。少し硬めのクリームチーズが生地の間に挟まれていて、甘すぎずに濃厚で美味しかったです。

  • Daikokuya
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    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji 989
    This tofu shop founded in 1868 is located in Shuzenji, Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture and is the tofu shop of choice for many hot spring resorts and hotels in the area. The Shuzenji Yuba tofu made with soybeans from Japan and the famous waters of Shuzenji, is their most popular product. If you eat it, as it is simply by itself, you can enjoy a rich, mellow taste and thick texture. They also sell black rice tofu made with locally-produced black rice, and a special ganmodoki, a deep-fried tofu mixed with lots of thinly sliced vegetables.
  • Asai Meat
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    4.5
    15 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunmatsuzakichou Matsuzaki 451-1
    This meat shop founded in 1933 and located in Matsuzaki Town, Kamo County, Shizuoka Prefecture, sells the finest meat including Matsusaka beef, Egoma pork and Awao chicken. The shop focuses on preparing dishes using local ingredients which often appear on TV and in magazines. Of those dishes, the crispy kawanori croquette mixed with plenty of their specially made kawanori (river seaweed), and their miso pork with flavor of cherry tree leaves, are particularly popular. Their specially made pork cutlet sandwich is sold every Saturday but it’s only available in limited quantities.

    口コミを見て川のりコロッケ目当てで立ち寄りました。行ってびっくりショーケースにはそれ以外にもたくさんのパン粉をまとった商品が!ひっきりなしにお客さんが来るので、じっくり悩む訳にも行かず、とりあえず川のりコロッケと豚メンチを揚げてもらうことに。7分位待って、外のテーブルで持参した缶ビールをお供に揚げたてを頂きました。川のりコロッケは想像通り、磯の香りがして美味い!でも豚メンチは想像をはるかに超えた美...

  • Seigetsudo Ekimae Cake Shop
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    5.0
    1 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunhigashizuchou Okawa 253-13
    A well-established Japanese cake shop located just outside the Izu-Okawa Station that sells many kinds of sweets and cakes loved since the Showa period. Popular as an Izu souvenir is the cake which looks just like a turbo shell. This unique looking cake is packed inside with homemade sweet bean jam containing whole beans. The cake shop sells lots of other products that are loved as local snacks, such as butter flavored pound cake, and ‘Izu no yama’, a Japanese confection containing one whole chestnut, and many other homemade cakes too.

    The infamous cake/bakery in Izu-Okawa station just minutes (more like 30seconds...) away from the foot bath onsen. Ive had french guest deliberately make a remark at me saying the ecclairs are...

  • Hirai Confectionery
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
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    Shimoda, Shizuoka prefecture 2-11-7
    This well established cake shop in Shimoda City, Shizuoka Prefecture was founded in 1948. The shop makes and sells a variety of products such as confectionery and Japanese style roll cakes associated with the city of Shimoda which was the first Japanese port to open up to the outside world. Their most well known product is the Harris Milk Anpan because it is said that Townsend Harris, the first American Consul to serve in Japan, drank his favorite milk for the first time in Japan here in Shimoda. The soft and moist anpan bread roll filled with plenty of homemade strained bean paste and soft butter is popular as a souvenir.

    小腹が減ったなと思ったときに ここのお店を発見 味 甘い中にしっかりと小豆の味が残っている パン生地 シットリとして ふわふわ感があり どちらかと言うと お菓子に近い感覚がある 製菓のお店なので パン専門店というより和洋菓子のお店

  • Fukuya EMAIR
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    Shizuoka Pref. Izunokunishi Minamiema 1387-4
    This cake shop in Izunokuni City, Shizuoka Prefecture, is so well known it is said there is no-one in the area who doesn’t know about the shop. Their signature product is the Italian Roll Cake, as featured on TV. It’s a rare kind of roll cake made with fresh cream containing candied chestnuts in the middle of a rolled sponge cake wrapped in a fragrant choux pastry. It’s such a popular cake that it is more often than not sold out in the morning. If you want to buy it then it’s better to place your order at least one week in advance.
  • Panjukuon
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    3.5
    26 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Tawarahonchou 7-3
    Located about two minutes away from Atami Station, this bakery and cafe is situated on Nakamise Shopping Street. During the morning, the adjoining bread factory bakes fresh bread, enveloping the area in a delicious scent. The most popular item among the many products available is the croissants made with natural yeast that feature a crunchy exterior and doughy interior. They have a rich variety of goods, from standard French bread to blueberry danishes, tsubu anpan (bun with coarse sweet red bean paste), sandwiches, and more. There is a dining space where you can enjoy soup and drinks, making this a popular lunch and rest spot among tourists.

    パンの種類が多く甘いのからしょっぱいのまで豊富です。観光地の銀座通りのパン屋にしては良心的な値段だと思います。イートインスペースを利用している方もたくさんいらっしゃいました。

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With the giant Pacific Ocean to the south and the great Mount Fuji to the north, Shizuoka prefecture is blessed with some of the best views the country has to offer. The white sand beaches of the Izu Peninsula are a rare find on mainland Japan, neighbored by beautiful cliffs, tumbling hills, and natural hot springs. As Japan’s largest producer of green tea, the age-old tradition of tea drinking is ubiquitous in Shizuoka, from the miles of tea fields to the old tea houses hosting traditional tea ceremonies.

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