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Shopping Spots in Yaizu / Omaezaki / Oi River Area

  • Yaizu Sakana Market
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    Shizuoka Pref. Yaidushi Yagusu 4-chome 13-7
    A wholesale market and seafood processors in Yaizu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. This market is a gathering of shops and stores that deal in all types of seafood including tuna, crab, whitebait, sakura shrimp, dried bonito, fish paste, and more. And with the restaurant, Dai Shokudo Nagisa, serving seafood rice bowls, changing lunch specials, and set meals, you can enjoy the bounty of the sea to your heart's content.

    When in Yaizu Shizouka, one shouldn’t miss the Sakana Fish Center. Enter through the other end where the tour busses aren’t parked to score a better deal. Living in Tokyo where the price of...

  • Omaezaki Fresh Sea Foods Shopping Center Nabura Ichiba
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Pref. Omaezakishi Minato 6099-7
    This market in Omaezaki City, Shizuoka Prefecture features a number of different facilities. These include the Kaiyukan, where visitors can purchase fresh seasonal seafood from Omaezaki Port, as well as the Shokuyukan, a restaurant area with multiple restaurants offering a diverse range of seafood dishes such as sashimi set meals. The market also offers a restaurant just for large groups which is visited by many tourists.
  • Umieru Yaizu
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Shizuoka Pref. Yaidushi Iwashigashima 136-26
    A commercial facility in Yaizu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. On the first floor you can find local specialties and souvenirs available including goods with the brandmark of Suruga Bay deep sea water. The second floor has a variety of shops and restaurants including Maguro Chaya which specializes in tuna-based cuisine, and Totoya Shimbay where you can enjoy a fresh seafood BBQ.
  • Kimura Drink Co. Ltd. Headquarters
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Pref. Shimadashi Miyagawachou 2429
    The direct sales beverage shop located in Shimada City, Shizuoka Prefecture is operated by Kimura Drink Co., Ltd., a drink company founded in 1953. They offer a range of unique bottled soft drinks including their Ripe tomato soda pop, Mt. Fuji soda pop, Ramune of curry flavor, and more. Their Shizuoka green tea Cola made with tea grown in Shizuoka Prefecture has received a Monde Selection Gold Medal three years in a row.
  • Lawson Fujieda Setoaraya
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    Shizuoka Fujieda Setoaraya 122-1
  • Lawson Shimada Chuocho
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Shimada-shi Chuocho 31-2
  • Lawson Makinohara Katsumata
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Makinohara Katsumata 1670-3
  • Lawson Hibari Yaizu Kogawashinmachi
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Yaizu-shi Kogawashinmachi 3-1-33
  • Lawson Oigawa Shimoedome
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    Shizuoka Yaizu-shi Shimoedome 1717-1
  • Lawson Shimada Sakamoto
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    Shizuoka Shimada-shi Sakamoto 1384-30
  • Lawson Enshumorimachi
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    Shizuoka Shuchi-gun Morimachi Mori 1520
  • Lawson Yoshidacho Sumiyoshi
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    Shizuoka Haibara-gun Yoshidacho Sumiyoshi 754-1
  • Lawson Fujieda Chamachi 1Chome
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Fujieda Chamachi 1-10-21
  • Lawson Tomei Yaizu Interchange
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Yaizu-shi Yagusu 4-13-15
  • Lawson Shimada Nakamizo
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Shimada-shi Nakamizocho 2409-1
  • Lawson Yaizu Toro Da
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Yaizu-shi Nishikogawa 3-1-5
  • Lawson Fujieda Tanuma 3Chome
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Fujieda Tanuma 3-8-3
  • Lawson Yaizu Nakazato
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Yaizu-shi Nakazato 302-3
  • Lawson Fujieda Maejima 3Chome
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Fujieda Maejima 3-12-28
  • Lawson Omaezaki Hamaoka
    Shopping
    Shizuoka Omaezaki Ikeshinden 7738-1

Shizuoka Areas

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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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