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  • Ebi Senbei no Sato Mihama Main Shop
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    4.5
    50 Reviews
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    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...

  • Fruit Yoshikawaya
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    4.0
    30 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.

    9月というのに朝9時の時点ですでに30度越えの暑い日。かき氷を求めて犬山城から歩いて行きました。途中日陰もなく、這々の体でたどり着いたのに、なんだか愛想のない対応。旬のイチジクのかき氷、450円(だったかな?)。生のフルーツがのっているにしては安いと思いましたが、氷自体はスーパーでタダでもらう氷みたいな硬さだし、シロップも砂糖水みたいだし、(ついでにイチジクも硬くてあまり美味しくなかった)それなり...

  • Rest House Yahazu
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Prefecture Kita-kusugu-gun Toyone village Bakuhako Gakuen 70-185
    This is a rest house in the Chausuyama Highland located in Aichi Prefecture, Kitashitara County, Toyone Village. Outside the windows Yahazu Pond unfolds, and one can enjoy the scenery of the Southern Alps mountain range. The restaurant is self-service using meal vouchers, and in addition to dining inside and on the terrace seats, guests are free to take their meals to go outside of the store. The dam curry based on the motif of Shintoyone Dam is a popular offering. They have an idea menu in accordance with the season and sweets that are also popular. It is visited by many tourists every year from May through June when the pink moss phlox is in season.
  • Chirimen Studio Jakodesu
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Chitagunminamichitachou Morozaki Takaiwa 29-6
    This small store is highly regarded for their original products made with local shirasu whitebait, located in Minamichita-cho, Chita County in Aichi Prefecture. Their “Jako Soft-serve” ice cream is a popular item that has even been on television. This vanilla soft-serve ice cream is topped with shirasu whitebait, creating a great balance of salt and sweet. There is an eating area inside the store. Try delicious seafood dishes such as whitebait fried rice and croquettes, fatty mackerel set meals, and fried octopus.
  • Restaurant Kasasugi
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Shinshiroshi Kadoya Shimoura 45
    This restaurant located at the entrance to Mt. Horaiji in Kadoya-shimoura, Shinshiro City, Aichi Prefecture, is famous for its Gohei mocha (rice cake). The restaurant offers set meals made with the abundant local produce found in the hills. Their shitake set meal made with home-grown shitake mushrooms is especially popular. Other dishes include, miso-dengaku (skewed and roasted tofu with sweet miso sauce), barley mixed rice with grated Japanese yam, fresh ayu sweetfish from summer to autumn, and boar hot pot in the winter. With large windows, the inside of the restaurant is bright and airy and there is also an area where souvenirs are sold.

    椎茸フライが有名らしく行ったのですが、時期が悪いのか思っていた椎茸フライにガックリ!! もっと肉厚の椎茸フライを思って行ったが普通でした。 直虎膳 1,480円は色々入っててお得です。

  • Katekindo
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    3.5
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nishioshi Tsurugasakichou 4-11
    Katekindo is an obanyaki (a Japanese dessert) shop located in Nishio City, Aichi Prefecture, famous as one of the leading green tea production areas in Japan. The wooden building built in 1910 was once used as a post office. On the roof above the entrance the post office mark “〒” is visible on one of the tiles. Their specialty is katenkin-yaki with matcha green tea mixed in to the pancake dough. Customers can choose the type of filling they like such as chocolate or custard. Their hiyashi-oban, katenkin-yaki topped with matcha soft ice-cream, is also very popular.

    以前から気になるお店でした。 昔の郵便、電報、電話局を利用した店舗でとってもノスタルジックな佇まい...

  • Chocolaterie Takasu
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    4.5
    9 Reviews
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    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.

    這間是一間環境不錯的咖啡店,這裏的坐位置很好,坐得很舒適,下午茶的時候和朋友來到這裏,客人不算太多,可以好好享受一個很休閒的下午茶呢!

  • Chez Shibata Nagoya
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    4.0
    43 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
    18 Reviews
    Shopping
    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.

    名古屋といえば納屋橋饅頭と有名で、大須以外も百貨店でも購入する事ができます。 ほのかなお酒の味がとても上品で美味しいです。 大須商店街店では、まんじゅうを揚げたものを、その場で熱々で食べれるのは、本当に美味しかったです。

  • Pâtisserie KEN NISHIO
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    4.0
    7 Reviews
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    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.

    ちょっとした手土産に、クッキーや焼菓子の小さな詰め合わせを買いました。包装が白のリボンでとても上品で可愛らしく、贈った相手にも、コーヒーに合って美味しかったと喜んでもらえました。

  • Fresh Egg Shop, “Coco Terrace” by Daily Farm
    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.
  • Ookuramochi (Tokoname Main Shop)
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    4.0
    29 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Koiehonmachi 2-2-1
    This bean jam cake shop is an eight-minute walk from Tokoname Station. Its flagship item is “Okura-mochi,” which is made from rice cakes stuffed with mugwort sprouts and wrapped in Hokkaido-produced red bean paste. In the adjoining café, you can enjoy their famous rice cakes as well as “zenzai” (red bean soup with grilled rice cakes), “anmitsu” (syrup-covered bean jam and fruit), Japanese parfaits, and more. The super-sized shaved ice is their most popular item, and it comes in flavors available year-round such as “Uji milk with red beans” made with green tea from Nishio, and “Yuzu milk” with a citrus scent from Uwajima.

    Tokaname used to make shaved ice machines and the shaved ice at this place is really good. It used to be in a smaller old building across the street and only seat 8 people or so. Now the lines are...

  • Mikawaya Seika
    Shopping
    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.
  • London Cupcakes Nagoya Branch
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    4.0
    9 Reviews
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Chikusa-ku Himeiketori 3-25-2
    This shop specializes in tea and cupcakes and is about 10 minutes from Kakuozan Station. The white and pink interior is adorable. Creamy butter cream is used for the cupcakes, and the teas come in many fragrant varieties, such as earl grey. The menu changes with the seasons as well, and you can even order items customized for birthdays, weddings, and other important occasions.

    たまたま近くに用事があり、友達とお茶してから帰る感じで寄りました。 カップケーキにバタークリームがデコレーションされており、若い友達もテンション上がってました。 二階で飲食させてくれ、天候があまり良くなかったのと、平日だったせいか店内静かでゆっくりできました。 味も見た目もお値段もお手頃で良かったです。 友達も喜んでました。

  • Wakamatsuya Senichi
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Inuyama Minamikoken 186
    Wakamatsuya Senichi is a Japanese confectionery about two kilometers south of Inuyama Castle that has been around for about 80 years. It offers Japanese unbaked sweets and decorative wedding confections, with its peach-based Inuyama specialty sweets enjoying particular popularity. Its “tosuika” product, which is a whole peach preserved inside jelly, has been covered by the media dozens of times. The owner also occasionally holds confection classes, so visitors can taste their own seasonal creations.

    犬山のお菓子文化の伝統を感じるようなお菓子屋さん。 二階には落雁の型の資料館があって、拝見させてもらいましたが、落雁と砂糖菓子、お干菓子の違いに、州浜粉とか。女将さんに丁寧に説明していただいたり。ありがとうございました。

  • Ryoguchiya Korekiyo (Meichika Shop)
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    3.5
    12 Reviews
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 3-14-15 ahead
    Ryoguchiya Korekiyo is a Japanese confectioner that first opened in 1634. This location in the Meichika Shopping Center under Nagoya Station, is one of the cornerstones of the shopping area. Their most famous treat is a dried candy called Ninin-Shizuka (Two people in silence) named by the 11th head of the company after the chloranthus serratus flower blooming in his garden. You can also order bespoke dorayaki (pancakes with adzuki red bean paste fillings) style egg sweets with the logo of the shop branded on them. With the original shop logo pressed on the side they make for a great souvenir.

    会社にお土産で頂きました。年配の男性が多いので小さめの和菓子は仕事中ちょっと食べられて好評でした。自分でも会社関係に渡す時に利用しますが手ごろなお値段で数が多い箱入りで大きさも選べるのでオススメです。

  • Yogashi Kissa Bon Bon
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Higashi-ku Izumi 2-1-22
    This Western confectionery and cafe, which opened in 1949, is a five-minute walk from Takaoka Station on the city-run Sakura-dori Line. You can enjoy reasonably priced cakes made with select ingredients. There are limited-time items that use seasonal fruits as well as 30 regular items available, and all look beautifully fresh. The adjacent cafe offers cake and drink sets. There’s also a sandwich lunch set available on weekdays from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m.
  • France Yakigashi CHANDELIER
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    3.5
    7 Reviews
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nishi-ku Nagono 1-34-14
    This French confectionery is an eight-minute walk from Exit 8 of Marunouchi Station on the Tsurumai Line. It has an adorable exterior that fits in with its surroundings. The shop name, “Chandelier,” means “candlestick” and suggests warmth and peace of mind. The light streaming in through the windows combines with the gentle interior lighting to create a comfortable atmosphere. There’s a dining space where you can enjoy some coffee or flavored tea with their famous tarts and cakes. Reservations are required to use this space, and the shop is closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

    ずっと気になっていたお店。ダークチェリーとカシスのタルトをいただきました。上品かつ個性的な感じで、他では食べられなさそうです。確かに美味しいですが、お値段高めです…常温ものが豊富だったので遠方の方には嬉しいかも。

  • DASENKA Kura
    Shopping
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Midori-ku Arimatsu 2304
    This brick oven-baked handmade bread a three-minute walk from Arimatsu Station on the Meitetsu Nagoya Line. The townscape balances the old Tokaido Road ambience with the modern lifestyle wonderfully. This establishment sells original brick-oven baked pan in a space that used to be a storehouse belonging to an old tie-dye wholesale merchant family. Organic wheat made domestically with few agrochemicals is used, as is natural yeast. The bread is available for takeout, or you can enjoy it along with a healthy organic beverage and soup in the courtyard cafe space.
  • Minochu Main Branch
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    4.5
    16 Reviews
    Shopping
    1-5-31 Marunouchi, Naka-ku Nagoya-shi, Aichi
    This shop is about a three-minute walk from Exit 8 of Marunouchi Station. It was established in 1854 and is descended from “Kikyouya,” a confectionery patronized by the Owari clan in the Edo period, giving its sweets a traditional taste. You’ll find sweet bean jelly, famous confections, and a number of other items. There are seasonal bean jellies as well. Summer brings a soft sweet bean jelly made with “amanatsu” (sweet form of Chinese citron) and “nanko ume” (Japanese plum), as well as cool red bean soup and other options. There are many other visually appealing sweets available as well, arranged in sets perfect for various events and souvenirs.

    名古屋の老舗和菓子店、デパートにも出店していますが、本店へお邪魔しました。 お店へのアプローチから既に素敵です。 今回のお目当ては、夏期限定の水羊羹です。 添加物等使っていないので、日持ちは製造日を含めて三日間なのも矜持を持ったお菓子作りに感じられ好印象です。 接客も素晴らしくて、さすが老舗だと思いました。

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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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