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Souvenirs Spots in Aichi Area

  • Ebi Senbei no Sato Mihama Main Shop
    42 Reviews
    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...

  • Igetaya
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Midori-ku Arimatsu 2313
    Reported to have been built from the end of the Edo period to the first year of the Meiji period, 11 structures of the Hattori Yashiki buildings that represent the Arimatsu tie-dye wholesaler, including the well roof, storehouse with thick earthen walls, and gate, are Designated Cultural Properties, and it has value as the epitome of the estate of the Arimatsu influential tie-dye wholesaler. Igetaya’s trade name is even now selling Arimatsu shibori products. It is approximately three minutes on foot from Arimatsu Station on the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line.
  • Gift kiosk nagoya
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 1-1-4
  • Kami no Ondo
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Atsuta-ku Jingu 2-11-26
    A paper specialty shop located in Atsuta Ward, Nagoya City. The shop carries handmade Japanese washi paper and a variety of paper products from countries around the world. The shop also regularly holds washi craft classes and origami classes. The shop's reservation-required one day classes are popular with tourists.
  • Okazaki Park Souvenir Store
    Aichi Pref. Okazakishi Kouseichou 561-1
    A souvenir shop located in Okazaki Park. The shop sells a wide array of Okazaki souvenirs like Hatcho miso, local sweets, local liquors, and Tokugawa Ieyasu merchandise. The shop also offers original merchandise such as Okazaki pin badges and Okazaki Castle hand towels.
  • Morishita
    Aichi Pref. Toyokawashi Asahimachi 4
    A souvenir shop located not far from the Morishita Inari-jinja Shrine. The shop sells local Toyokawa sweets as well as Daruma and Seven Gods of Fortune figures which bring luck and business prosperity, Chinese zodiac amulets, and other lucky charms. The shop also offers old-fashioned toys like kendama. The shop's wide selection of souvenirs attracts large numbers of customers of all ages.
  • Tokoname Pottery by Yamatane
    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Okujou 7-56
    A ceramics shop located in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture. The shop sells around 10 thousand different items, including prized Tokoname ware. The shop's many maneki-neko beckoning cat figurines, in all manner of colors and bearing cute expressions, are particularly popular. The shop also sells a variety of other maneki-neko merchandise, and many tourists come here seeking souvenirs.
  • Souvenirs Sanshuu Okazaki-juku
    Aichi Pref. Okazakishi Miyaishichou Mutsuda 10-4 NEOPASA Okazaki
    A souvenir shop located in the Neopasa Okazaki rest area on the Tokyo-bound side of the Tomei Expressway in Miyaishi-cho, Okazaki City. The shop carries over 800 different Tokai region specialty products with a focus on items from Okazaki. In addition to an abundant selection of hatcho miso products, the shop also sells sweets and folk crafts.
  • Shinano Ceramic Center
    5 Reviews
    Aichi Pref. Setoshi Shinanochou 1-126-2
    A facility for the display and sale of ceramics standing along Prefectural Route 210 in Shinano-cho, Seto City. Here you can find pottery from the Seto-Shinano area, tableware, tea ceremony implements, and a variety of other ceramics items on display and for sale at direct sales prices. The facility also has a gallery and ceramics classroom.

    道の駅瀬戸しなのと同じ敷地内にあり、高価なものから安価なものまでの瀬戸焼ものが販売されています。 事前予約をし、陶芸体験をしました。 手捻りとろくろで計2作品、大人でも黙々と夢中になってしまいました。 出来上がりは4-6週間後。 自分で作ったお茶碗、湯呑は格別です。

  • Centrair Meihinkan
    Aichi Tokoname-shi Centrair 1-1
  • Kiyosu Furusato no Yakata
    Aichi Kiyosu-shi Kiyosu Kojo 479-1
    This tourist facility located in front of the Kiyosu-jo Ohashi Bridge, about a 15-minute walk from Kiyosu Station on the JR Tokaido Main Line. In addition to souvenir shops and a free rest area, the facility offers exhibitions of armor and a movie corner introducing Kiyosu, giving visitors a feel for the history of the area. The sales corner has a wide selection of products on sale including locally produced miso paste and Japanese sweets, and goods featuring family crests. Popular items are the goods related to the Warring States period warlords such as Nobunaga Oda. Stamps commemorating your climb up the castle are also on sale. Local volunteers also run regular tours of the area around the castle.
  • Shikemichi Glass Gallery
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Nishi-ku Nagono 1-31-2
    A glass gallery located in Nagono 1 Chome, Nishi Ward, Nagoya City. Operating out of an old remodeled Japanese home standing on Shikemichi, a historical preservation street, the establishment sells over 600 pieces of glassware, including accessories and tableware.
  • Nagomiya
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Nakamura-ku Tsubakicho 6-9 Esca Underground shopping center Uchi
    A souvenir and gift shop located in the ESCA underground mall near the Shinkansen entrance of Nagoya Station in Tsubaki-cho, Nakamura Ward, Nagoya City. The shop carries a wide variety of Nagoya souvenirs, from the standards to the unusual and rare. The shop also sells merchandise featuring local characters such as the Chunichi Dragons' Doala, as well as local confections from the Tokai region.
  • Marufuku
    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Haramatsuchou 6-66-1
    A pottery shop and gallery located in Haramatsu-cho, Tokoname City. The establishment sells Tokoname ware kyusu Japanese teapots, cups, and maneki-neko beckoning cat figurines, as well as Shigaraki ware tanuki raccoon dog figurines, confections, and breads. The establishment is adjoined by a gallery which displays and sells the works of pottery artisans, in addition to a pottery school.
  • ponnopin AEON the mall Tokoname
    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Rinkuchou 2-20-3 Aeon Mall Tokoname 1F [173]
  • yoihibanrai AEON the mall Tokoname
    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Rinkuchou 2-20-3 Aeon Mall Tokoname 1F [128]
  • Ozekisakujurosuebo
    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Hakusan flat 2
  • Shinanotojiki Ctr
    Aichi Pref. Setoshi Shinanochou 1-126-2
  • kimonokogei Wojimaya
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nishi-ku Nagono 1-20-31
  • gallery Kurei
    Seto City, Aichi Prefecture Yunone 68 pottery length indoor

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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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