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  • Uotaro Main Shop
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    4.0
    66 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Chitagunmihamachou Toyoka Harago 32-1
    A shop and restaurant where you can enjoy an abundance of fresh seafood from Ise Bay and Mikawa Bay. The seafood market area stocks some 400 varieties of seafood and marine products. In addition to buying seafood for home use, there’s also a barbecue area, cafeteria, and stalls serving delicious seafood treats. In the beachside barbecue area, you can grill fish, shellfish, meats, and enjoy dessert as well. The cafeteria has tables and tatami mat seating where you can enjoy a slow and relaxed meal. The market’s food stalls serve a variety of casual dishes you can enjoy on the spot like oysters cooked in the shell.

    it was our first time to go to this place and since i thought it was gonna be a crowded day we went there early around 8:15 because according to their website they open at 8 am. eager to buy th...

  • Isshiki Sakana Hiroba
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    3.5
    3 Reviews
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    Aichi prefecture Nishio shi Ichimachi Kobuki ship Koto 176
    A tourism facility located close to Isshiki Fishing Port in Nishio City, Aichi Prefecture where you can buy fresh, seasonal seafood, seafood products, and produce. Restaurants can also be found in the facility serving seafood rice bowls, eel rice bowls (a local specialty), and other seafood dishes. The facility has parking for large busses and is frequented by tourists looking to pick up a few souvenirs and presents to bring back home.

    直営店なのでリーズナブルと思いきや満足度なうな重だと2450円です。ご飯は少なめ、焼きは串打ちをせずながやきなので、尾の方は肉厚が薄いので焦げ焦げでほぼ炭でした。

  • Morozaki Fishing Port Morning Market
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    Aichi Pref. Chitagunminamichitachou Morozaki Hayashizaki A landmark
    It depends on the weather, but in general the market opens around 8:00 am. The products sold here are offered at very reasonable prices. Each shop sells fresh seafood brought in that very day. You’ll also find an abundant variety of other ocean treats such as dried fish and nori. The jumbo deep fried shrimp, only offered on weekends, is also popular. Children can also have fun here; special events are held where the market’s mascot, Fugu-kichi, makes an appearance.
  • Ebi Senbei no Sato Mihama Main Shop
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    4.5
    42 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Chitagunmihamachou Kitagata Kittanagare 52-1
    A direct sale shop for ebi senbei shrimp crackers which is also a popular tourist destination. From a large window in the factory tour area, you can watch as senbei are inspected and bagged. The sales corner is filled with some 40 different products, and you can also try some of them for free. The rest corner serves free tea and coffee. You can also buy squid fried in wine here. In the rest corner, there’s an area where you can try frying your own ebi senbei. The adjoining museum presents the history of ebi senbei.

    It was an unplanned visit but we had great fun trying out the different types prawn crackers and ended up buying heaps of them. Very crispy, light and not salty at all. Great snack for all in the...

  • Minamichita Toyohama Fish Garden
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    Aichi Pref. Chitagunminamichitachou Toyohama Aifude 33
    The Minamichita Toyohama Fishing Port boasts the largest catches in Aichi Prefecture. The market is filled with fresh seafood, all of it just brought into the port. The market also has a cafeteria where you can enjoy delicious, fresh-caught seafood. An abundant selection of other products and treats can be found here, too, such as ebi senbei shrimp rice crackers and dried fish. The market can be reached via Umikko Bus from Meitetsu Line Kowa Station or Utsumi Station.
  • Yamada Gohei Mochi
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    4.0
    36 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Inuyama Higashikoken 776
    Yamada Gohei Mochi shop, located in the castle town around Inuyama Castle, is famous for its rich, handmade sauce. They roast the mochi skewers for about three minutes on order, slather it in their special sauce, and hand the skewer over so you can eat while you stroll the streets. Depending on the season you can also get roasted sweet potatoes, shaved ice, soft-serve ice cream and more. It’s located ten minutes’ walk from Meitetsu Inuyama Line Inuyama Station.

    安いが質が悪そう? 美味しくない。ボタクリだらけの店の中で そんな事はないけどほんとに美味しいか? 疑問。若い人には分からないのだろう この街自体が、ほんとの正統派な観光地とは 違う、犬山には2度と行かない

  • Konparu (Meichika Branch)
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    4.0
    94 Reviews
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 3-14-15 Meishika station underground shopping area
    Established in 1947, this café is popular for its original coffee blend, unchanged since it first opened. Try the café’s rich and flavorful coffee and you sense the history behind this unique blend which pioneered Nagoya’s distinctive café culture. Konparu serves over 25 delicious and hearty sandwiches, such as its signature deep fried shrimp sandwich. A three minute walk from Nagoya Station on the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line.

    i have been living here in japan for 13 years and never have set foot insise this restaurant. it may look like a place for elders but wait till you taste their original ebi fry sandwhich.

  • Grand Kiosk Nagoya
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 1-1-4 JR Nagoya Station Concourse
    The Grand Kiosk Nagoya shop has an incredible number of 250 types of souvenirs inside, and the Grand Shop in the Central Concourse of JR Nagoya Station which was remodeled in 2015 specializes even more in Nagoya souvenirs. If you’re having any difficulty finding souvenirs in Nagoya, we definitely recommend stopping by this store.
  • Maruya Haccho Miso
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    4.0
    28 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Okazakishi Hacchouchou Oukandori 52
    Maruya Haccho Miso, which has stubbornly persisted with its traditional method of making miso since it was founded in 1337, uses only soybeans, salt, and water to create a hard miso with a taste unchanged from the past that has been thoroughly fermented for two summers and two winters. Touring the factory is also possible, and visitors can enjoy the scenery from Haccho Miso’s miso storehouse. It is approximately three minutes on foot from Naka-Okazaki Station on the Aichi Loop Railway.

    Japanese speaking guided tour at free of charge. One must sign up for the visit at Reception before you enter museum site. Guided tour is given between 9 to 4:30pm every 30 min. except 12-1:00pm for...

  • Fruit Yoshikawaya
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    4.0
    27 Reviews
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    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Inuyama Higashikoken 195-2
    Yoshikawaya is in the town of Inuyama where you can find the National Treasure of Inuyama Castle. They specialize in refrigerated and dried goods, soft serve ice cream that uses fresh fruits (no canned fruit), and fresh juice. Their filling parfait with seasonal fruits and light, fluffy pancakes are very popular. Great desserts to enjoy as you walk around the castle town. It is only a six-minute walk from Inuyama Station on the Meitetsu Inuyama Line.

    ゴールデンウィークに娘と1時間並んで季節のフルーツパフェにやっとありつきました。味はまあまでしたが、店頭のスタッフの工夫でもう少し時間の短縮は可能なように見えました。

  • Fujisawa Seika
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    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Inuyama Higashikoken 161
    Fujisawa Seika is a long-established cake shop which has continued to make the genkotsuame candy in the downtown area of Inuyama Castle since the Meiji period. The handmade candies made with brown sugar and sesame seeds, syrup, and soybean flour, contain many minerals and vitamins and have a simple, rustic flavor with a hint of cinnamon. It is also said that the Lord of Inuyama Castle would treat his retainers to the sweets as food in battle because the sweets were full of nutrition. Sweets branded with the Inuyama City official character, Wanmaru-kun, are also very popular. The nearest station is Inuyama Station.
  • Gamagori Fish Market
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    3.0
    1 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Gamagorishi Hiroishichou Asaoka 47-1
    This seafood market, looking out over Mikawa Bay, is located in Hiroishi Town, Gamagori City, Aichi Prefecture. The market mainly sells freshly caught fish from the port, homemade sun baked dried fish, and processed seafood products. Popular as a souvenir and famous throughout the country is the Mikawa Bay dried young sardines, clams, and the round greeneyes fish. There is a place where you can scoop up as many clams as you like with your hands which is popular both with children and adults. Lots of specialty products from Aichi are sold in the market such as shrimp crackers, boiled fish-paste, Hatcho miso, and kishimen (flat noodles).

    お土産用の海産物、お菓子等の物色ができます。 試食もいっぱいできます。コーヒーの無料サービスもありがたいです。 駐車場も広いです。

  • Top Fruit Yaobun Main Branch
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Mizuho-ku Shiojichou 1-5
    The main branch of Top Fruit Yaobun is located in Mizuho Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. The shop sells carefully selected fruits from farms across the country. At the back of the shop with products like apples and melons on display, is a cafe where visitors can enjoy some fresh juice, a fruit sandwich, or dessert. The breakfast menu available from opening until 10:30 a.m. is particularly popular. A plate of assorted fruit, boiled eggs and toast are served free of charge when ordering a drink.
  • Hana no Chaya - Ryoguchiya Korekiyo -
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 1-1-4 JR Central Towers (Towers Plaza) 13F
    Ryoguchiya Korekiyo is a well-established Japanese confectionary with hand-crafted sweets founded in 1634 and located on the 13th floor of JR Central Towers just off of Nagoya Station. Just like any traditional Japanese confectionary they offer a wide variety of sweets including anmitsu served in a bamboo dish made with fresh fruits, adzuki red-bean paste, and white mochi as well as other sweets such as zenzai (red-bean soup) and matcha (green tea). They especially spend time and effort in making them as an establishment. They also offer light meals such as Nagoya Kishimen (flat noodles). The restaurant interior is an elegant space with bamboo where you can enjoy a high-quality tea-time.
  • Chocolaterie Takasu
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    4.5
    4 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Naka-ku Marunouchi 3-19-14
    Chocolaterie Takasu, located very close to Hisaya-odori Station, is a specialty chocolate shop, and was established by Satoshi Takasu who gained experience at Theobroma, a well-established French confectionery shop in Tokyo. In the shop, there is a wide range of sweets including chocolates, baked sweets and fresh sweets in a pursuit of new tastes while preserving the traditions of French confectionery. The chocolates are made from uniquely blended high-quality cacao and there is a wide variety from standard truffles to ones kneaded with herbs and fruit flavors. In the attached café, you can enjoy exclusive sweets paired with a Columbian coffee or a chocolate drink.

    最近東京銀座にもお店を出されたタカスさん。カカオ豆の産地、品質にこだわったチョコレート作りをされています。ボンボンとコーヒーでおやつ休憩しました。

  • Chez Shibata Nagoya
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    4.0
    37 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Chikusa-ku Sanmonchou 2-54
    Chez Shibata is a two-minute walk from Exit 1 of Kakuozan Station and features a stylish exterior with a cafe area on an open deck. The owner pastry chef, Musashi Shibata, has experience working at famous shops and hotels in Kobe and Paris, and he has created a number of unique sweets based on traditional French pastries. You’ll find cakes topped with seasonal fruits, chocolate made with select cacao beans, and baked goods that have earned praise from chefs working at high-class establishments in Paris. You can enjoy the popular afternoon tea set in the cafe area.

    I go to all sorts of these fancy cake places, especially when in Japan, and its not by my choice. But this one stood out from all the rest Ive been pulled along to. Their display is heavily...

  • Nayabashi Manju Bansho-an (Banshoji-dori Street, Osu Branch)
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    4.0
    15 Reviews
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Naka-ku Osu 3-27-24
    This confectionery opened in 1919 in Naka Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture when it split off from the original “Nayabashi Manju” store. Its flagship item is “Nayabashi manju,” sweet buns that make popular Nagoya souvenirs and gifts. It is a type of “sake manju” that has the light scent of sake and an exquisite sweetness with a soft texture. There’s also piping-hot “agemanbo” made by wrapping Nakabayashi manju in donut dough and deep frying it. It’s a popular snack to have on the go. There is tatami seating in the shop, making it a great place for a break when you’re out strolling around.

    大須商店街にある饅頭屋さんですが、特に人気なのは 食べ歩き出来る 「揚げまん棒」なる商品です。 文字通り あんこの饅頭を揚げて棒に刺さっているのですが、揚げたてで温かいのと、あんこと衣が絡んだ味がとても良かったです!

  • Pâtisserie KEN NISHIO
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Meitou-ku Akegaoka 91 Heights Fujimori 1F
    This pastry shop in Meito Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture has white wooden walls that lend it a stylish look. It was opened by Kenichi Nishio, a chef with extensive experience at well-known pastries. He uses select ingredients and bakes each cake by hand, and many of them are popular for celebratory occasions and as desserts. The display cases feature the flagship shortcake “Chantilly aux fraises”, made with two types of fresh cream produced in Kyushu, as well as about 20 regular and seasonal items in total. There is a dining space as well.

    ケーキをよく何個か買っています。 1番おススメは夏限定の桃のタルト! ジューシーな桃と、クリームがバッチリ合っていて、生地もさくさくと美味しいです。 あとはクリームブリュレ、チーズケーキなどなどがおススメです。 どのケーキも300円代後半から400円代なので、 今時かなりお高いケーキが多い中、味もしっかりしていてこの価格、とても好感をもてます。 またケーキが食べたくなった時には利用したいと...

  • Fresh Egg Shop, “Coco Terrace” by Daily Farm
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Otani Ashibasama 249-1
    The egg producer Daily Farm manages this confectionery in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture. You’ll find egg products and Western sweets, most of which are made of “rice eggs” laid by rice-fed chickens cultivated on Aichi farms. The thick, rich pudding and custard-filled cream puffs are especially well-liked. The packs of eggs are popular for egg-topped rice and other dishes. You’ll also find extra-large eggs at limited quantities for a good price.

    お店の中にはうみたて卵を販売。 同じ店内でのケーキ売り場とはレジを別にしていました。 プリンがたけさん並んだショーケースが目立っていたのでプリン購入。 カステラも美味しそうで購入。 プリンソフトクリームを店内で食べて満喫しました。 うみたて卵を買いましたが、家で卵がけごはんにしたらとても美味しかったです。

  • Mikawaya Seika
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    Aichi Pref. Toyokawashi Kouchou Ryuka 114-4
    This handmade confectionery is located between Ko Station and Otowa River. Its “Habutae” rice cakes are beloved in Konoichi Market for their ability to ward off evil. The popular “shiawase daifuku,” which combine strawberries, chestnuts, and cheese, have been featured by many media outlets as well. The “Toyokawa so daifuku” is a seasonal item that contains green shiso, a Toyokawa City specialty, and strawberries, and won a contest of most popular local products. This shop is overflowing with original creations and local pride.

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Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.

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