Souvenirs Spots in Shizuoka Area

  • Hakone Jukkoku Pass Rest House
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    3.5
    16 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Tagatagunkannamichou Kuwahara 1400-20
    This convenient rest house built inside of the lower station of the Jukkoku-toge Cable Car features a souvenir shop and a soba noodle restaurant. The soba restaurant on the first floor offers dishes such as their sakuraebi no kakiage soba, which feature hot or cold soba served with a sakura shrimp tempura fritter, as well as their honwasabi zaru soba, which feature chilled soba served on a bamboo strainer with an Izu wasabi root that you can grate yourself. The rest house also has outdoor terrace seats where guests are allowed to bring their pets.

    1階のテイクアウトコーナーのみが営業していました。ここは店内にテーブルが並んでいて、そこで食べられるようになっています。お蕎麦の看板が大きく出ていましたが、この秋の台風御影響でお休み中となっていました。

  • Yui Sakura Ebi-Kan
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    4.0
    25 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Shizuokashi Shimizu-ku Yui 672-1
    This restaurant in Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City is best known for their cuisine made with local specialty Yui sakura-shrimp, but they also direct-sell shaved bonito and souvenirs. Their large group dining hall has 406 seats (reservations required) making this a perfect sightseeing spot for group tours. One popular option for those using the group dining hall, is the all-you-can-sprinkle flaked bonito for free.

    一度、食事したことがあるが、今回買い物のみです。由比地区は、昔から、イワシの削りぶしが昔から有名です。女房殿、かつお、イワシの削りぶしと、小生は、サクサク丸ごとイワシのツマミを、酒の友として購入しました。店舗は、食堂と魚貝加工場販売所魚貝も建屋が並んであり、駐車場は、観光バスが駐車できる大型駐車場完備。旧道沿いにありますので、注意されたし。

  • Ebisenbei no Sato (Gotenba Store)
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    4.0
    33 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Gotembashi Higashitanaka 1234-1
    This store specializing in ebisenbei offers crunchy rice crackers with an irresistible shrimp flavor. This popular Gotenba City location offers several exclusive items not available at other locations. The most popular item is their Sakuraebi rice crackers. Sakura shrimp account a third of the shrimp used in these meticulously-crafted crackers, which fill your mouth with the sweetness of the shrimp.

    えびせんべいにこんなに種類があったのかと思うぐらいいろんなえびせんべいがありました。試食もできます。かさばるけど軽いのでお土産にいいかと思います。無料のセルフコーヒーコーナーもありました。

  • Y SHOP Izu-Nagaoka Station Store
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Izunokuni-shi Nanjo 773

    某アニメの巡礼で訪問しました。 特に期待はしていなかったのですが、しいたけソバが一押しらしく遅めのランチで利用しました。(ただ、そばコーナーは15時までなので注意が必要です) 特に冬だったせいもあり、非常においしくいただくことができました。(2018年12月の段階で¥450) 結構癖になる味なので、定期的に来訪しそうです。 (ちなみに、車で行く方は飲食すれば1時間分の無料駐車券をいただける模様です...

  • Kichi -Teshigoto-
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Sakimichou 12-10
    This cafe and sundries shop offers handcrafted items from the Atami region and beyond and is stocked with a full selection of baked sweets. Its popular Kogashi Ring donuts, which are supplied to nearby Kinomiya Shrine, are accented by the scent of parched-barley flour and fill your mouth with refined sweetness.

    カフェ、食事処のkichiの姉妹店。手作りの焼き菓子、生菓子が充実。値段は安くないけど、丁寧に作られたことがよくわかる味で美味しいです。来宮神社由来の「福こがし」はご当地ものなのでお土産にもぴったり。

  • IZU-La SHUZENJI
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Izu-shi Kashiwa Kubo 631-7

    修善寺温泉に観光に出かけたときに利用しました。駅構内の改札外にあります。 到着した日、駅前にこれという食事処が見つからず、ここでうどんを頂きました。 帰る日にまたここに来て、伊豆のお土産を買っていきました。

  • Shuzenji Souvenir Area Kansenro
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    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji 968-3
    Part of the long-established Arai Ryokan facility in the Shuzenji district of Shizuoka Prefecture’s Ito City, this building has been designated as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property. In 2013 the first floor area was remodeled, and it became a souvenir area with three tenants. In addition to purchasing a variety of souvenirs including processed marine products, wasabi products, which are the local specialty, and tsukemono, it also sells tofu gelato which is popular as a gourmet snack to eat on the go. Guests also enjoy choosing from one of four different flavors for the famous Jusanya-obanyaki.
  • Kazemachi Kobo
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    Shimoda-shi, Shizuoka prefecture 3-13-12
    This is an antique store/coffee shop located on the bank of the Hiraname River which flows along the Perry Road tourist attraction in Shizuoka Prefecture’s Shimoda City. Inside the nostalgic wooden building built in the Taisho period, the shop features antiques and old works of art primarily from the Meiji to Taisho periods. A variety of items for sale ranging from tansu (dressers) to small articles and dishware. Patrons can relax and enjoy coffee and sweets amidst elegant background music.
  • Koganest
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
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    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunnishizuchou Ugusu 3566-7
    Koganest is a free rest area with a cafe in Koganezaki Park in Nishiizu Town, Kamo County, Shizuoka Prefecture. They also sell gifts such as the wonderfully created products created from the Nishiizu area. The cafe serves some special Nishiizu snacks like tokoroten (gelidium jelly made into thin strips and eaten with vinegar or syrup), soft ice cream and cake, etc. Especially popular is the large kakigori (shaved ice), shaped like Mt. Fuji and available only during the summer months. This magnificent looking dessert has stacks of shaved ice on top of ice cream and drizzled with Blue Hawaii syrup and condensed milk.

    西伊豆町の黄金崎公園にある休憩所です。ジオパークのビジターセンターも兼ねているようです。お土産やソフトクリームなどの軽食もあり、栗のソフトクリームが美味しかったです。

  • Takimi Chaya
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    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Yugashima 892-2
    This tea house, named for its location right in front of Jouren Falls, offers a number of original items including wasabi, a specialty of Amagi, wasabi-zuke (chopped wasabi mixed with sake lees), and more. Its most popular item is its wasabi soft-serve ice cream, which perfectly matches the refreshing fragrance of wasabi with the milk flavor of the ice cream. The tea house makes a great place to rest while exploring the beautiful waterfall and the clear streams where wasabi plants are raised.
  • Kato Wakame Shop
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    Shimoda-shi Shimoda-shi 4-21 Takegahama
    This shop specializing in seaweed-derived products offers a variety of items full of the flavors of the sea. One of these is their isonori, a unique seaweed preserve with a pleasant acidity made by refining fresh wild harvested nori seaweed while preserving its ocean like fragrance. Another is their aburi iwanori, which is made by removing the saltiness of wild harvested nori seaweed, drying it, and toasting it via an open flame. Other products include their lobster miso soup and their tesuki wakame (handmade sheets of edible seaweed).
  • Odoriko Chaya
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    Shizuoka Izu-shi Yugashima Kido
    This souvenir shop is located inside the Joren Falls parking lot just next to the Joren no Taki bus stop. It is about a 33-minute bus ride from Shuzenji Station on the Izuhakone Railway on a Tokai Bus. The shop carries famous local sweets, marine products, wasabi, tea-related products, and other quintessential Izu products. One of their most notable offerings is their Amagisan Zuido Rolls. These premium roll cakes, which were inspired by the Old Amagi Tunnel, are popular for their fluffy cake covering and their refreshingly light cream filling made with New Summer Orange, a local specialty. We also recommend Umeera!, a distilled spirit made with New Summer Orange.
  • Souvenir Shop Numazu Minatoichi
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    Shizuoka Numazu-shi Senbonminatocho
    "A souvenir shop located in the Numazu Port area, about a 25-minute drive from the Numazu Interchange on the Tomei Expressway. Its symbol is a figure of a giant ""shrimp god"" It boasts the finest assortment of goods in the Numazu Port area, including edible items such as seaweed, Tsukudani (fish preserved in soy sauce), Shiokara (a dip made from the internal organs of sea creatures), and Ochazuke (seasoning). A recommended product is Numazu brand Numakama, a kind of seafood risotto, brimming with the delicious flavors of Suruga Bay, made with sakura shrimp, dried horse mackerel, horse mackerel sausage, and sardines boiled in salt water with ume plum. It tastes good just as it is or with green tea poured over it."
  • Izumiya, Souvenirs of Izu
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    Shizuoka Numazu-shi Senbonminatocho
    "Located a 25-minute drive from the Numazu Interchange on the Tomei Expressway, this is the oldest souvenir shop in the Numazu Port area. Even does not deal in any raw foods, it sells dried seaweed, such as nori and aosa, and the usual souvenirs of Izu, as well as a variety of food samples, sundries, and character-themed goods designed in collaboration with Izu. This is the only shop near Numazu Port area that sells merchandise for children, such as picture dictionaries of fish, stories about ""Mr. Tuna,"" and other souvenirs one might expect to find at a fishing port."
  • Sato Artisan Cuisine
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    Shizuoka Haibara-gun Kawanehon Cho Sumatakyo Sen Gashira 372
    A restaurant and souvenir shop located at Sumata Pass Hot Spring Resort in Haibara County, Shizuoka Prefecture, near the Yume no Tsuribashi Suspension Bridge. It is famous for its handmade soba noodles and bracken mochi and is proud of the al dente texture of its noodles. Its menu of prix fixe meals includes items such as venison sashimi and grated yam and a full range of light meals, such as mountain yam mochi dipped in a sweet and spicy miso sauce. Summer specialties include wasabi soba, made with carefully selected wasabi, and shaved ice made from natural ice of natural spring water. Since the restaurant opens at 6:00 a.m. early morning hikers can stop by for coffee or other beverages after walking.
  • Sunpu Rakuichi
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    Shizuoka Shizuoka-shi Aoi-ku Kuroganecho 47 Asutei Nishi
    This specialty product shop is located in ASTY Shizuoka West Building. The shop name includes the meaning of a historical market where all kinds of traditional goods were gathered, goods which have taken root in daily life and been passed down since the free markets in which local pride was gathered in the castle town were held. Inside the store, there is a rich selection of products characteristic of Shizuoka, from traditional craft items such as Suruga lacquerware and Suruga bamboo basketry, to specialty food products such as tea and pickled wasabi, and even famous sweets and seafood items which are perfect as souvenirs. Since it is close to JR Shizuoka Station, you can stop by while waiting for your train.
  • Suruga Kite Workshop Takohachi
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    Shizuoka Shizuoka-shi Aoi-ku Hontori 4-4-4
  • Shosetsu Koya
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    Shizuoka Shizuoka-shi Shimizu-ku Yui 68
    This dyer shop is said to be the birthplace of Yui Masayuki, a military scholar from the early Edo period. Inside this shop which has persisted since the early Edo period, there is a pot, household Shinto shrine, dyeing tools, and an emergency basket, just as in earlier days. Masayuki gained fame by teaching the Kusunoki school of military science. During the Keian Uprising (Yui Masayuki Revolt) in 1651, the plan to topple the Tokugawa Shogunate was discovered, and Masayuki took his own life. This is a small a stone pagoda in the garden in the back of the house remains for venerating Masayuki (tours may not be possible because it is an individual's house).
  • Gift Kiosk Hamamatsu
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    Shizuoka Hamamatsu-shi Naka-ku Sunayamacho 6-2 Hamamatsu Sta.
    This souvenir shop is located in the May One Ekimachi West shopping mall connected directly to Hamamatsu Station. The shop carries staple Hamamatsu souvenirs as well as famous sweets and confections from longstanding establishments, plus much more. Situated in front of the Shinkansen ticket gate, the shop is a convenient place to visit when you don't have much time or just realized you forgot to buy something. In addition to Unagi Pie pastries, a Hamamatsu souvenir that's sure to please, other popular products sold in the shop include Genji Pie Piano Black, a Genji Pie version made with chocolate mixed into the dough that is only available in Shizuoka; and Daisakyu Cheese, an exquisite balance of sponge cake and cheese cream.
  • Haruno Souvenir Store Kuma no Oyako
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    Shizuoka Hamamatsu-shi Tenryu-ku Harunocho Horinouchi 1441
    "This souvenir store is located in Hamamatsu City's Haruno-cho district, famous for its many legends concerning mythical, long-nosed Japanese goblins called ""tengu."" Since it first opened, the store has been loved by many for its abundant selection of Haruno souvenirs. The store's smooth, melt-in-your-mouth original soft-serve ice cream comes in three flavors: matcha green tea, vanilla, and matcha/vanilla mix. The store's ice cream has a refreshing sweetness that will keep making you want to take ""just one more bite,"" and is perfect for enjoying while taking a break from scenic driving in Haruno-cho. In addition to souvenirs, the store also makes its own original confections and sells tea wholesale."

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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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