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  • Kicchou Shofukutei
    1 Reviews
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Ujinakanokirichou 52 (Okage Yokochi inside)
    The Maneki-neko (lucky beckoning cat) specialty store is in the Okage Yokocho area near Inner Ise Shrine in Ise, Mie. The store is marked by a large stone beckoning cat just outside. Inside the store you’ll find nearly 1,000 different types of beckoning cats on display from all around the country. You’ll find cats in all mediums such as pottery, including the Tokoname, Seto, and Kutani ceramic styles, papier-mache, and wood carvings from a variety of different types of wood. They also deal in works by contemporary writers and beckoning cat traditional toys. Each cat has a different form and expression, and they’re all adorable.

    おかげ横丁に有る招き猫を扱うお店です。さすがにこれだけの種類の招き猫を見たのは初めてです。根付けや財布や置物と、小さい店ですが、楽しいですよ。 入口の所にお腹を見せた陶器製の猫が置いて有り、撫でる事が出来ます。

    Mie Pref. Tobashi Arashimachou 194-10
    This souvenir ship and restaurant is located in Arashima Town of Toba City, Mie Prefecture near the entrance of the popular driving way “Pearl Road.” Inside, you’ll find plain wooden table sets and Shima and Toba souvenirs lined up. In addition to sweets and marine products, there’re also original items such as the popular “homemade pickled olive oil oysters” and “Seman-Doman” talisman. Their rich bowls, pasta, and other dishes use plenty of seafood and fresh young sardines from the sea nearby. Pets are allowed at the outside seating.
  • Yokkaichi City Bussan Tourist Hall
    Mie Pref. Yokkaichishi Yasujima 1-1-56
    This tourist center, located inside the Kintetsu Yokkaichi Station exhibits and sells local products. It has a wealth of express bus and accommodation brochures and sightseeing information. The center serves as a rest area, and customers can drink Kabuse tea produced in Suizawa Districtfrom its Banko ware cups. It also exhibits and sells specialty products of Yokkaichi City, such as Hinaga Uchiwa fans and Nagamochi rice cakes. Other products include items relating to the Konyudo-kun mascot character. There are also bicycles available for rent, making the center a convenient base for sightseeing.
  • Miyagedokoro Chuyo Honten Sea Station
    Mie Pref. Shimashi Isobechouhasama 937-8
    This souvenir shop is just a little way off of Route 167 in Shima City, Mie Prefecture. They offer an enormous variety of specialty items including Ise tea, Matsusaka beef, Ise shrimp crackers, pearl oyster crackers boxed as souvenirs, Jingu-no-Kakehashi cheese cake sticks made with Ise tea, and natural seaweed from Iseshima including hijiki, wakame, and mekabu. You can also try soft-serve ice cream made with green algae, freshly fried tempura, Maruten isoage (fried seafood cake skewers), and more.
  • Ise department store
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Honmachi 1-1
    This souvenir shop is at the hot spring inn Ise Shinsen near Kintetsu Iseshi Station in Mie Prefecture. They offer local souvenirs such as Ise udon noodles and Ise shrimp chips, sweets, their own glassware, and original products like their bountiful harvests Mochi rice cakes. They also sell seafood and agricultural products like their own special udon noodles, Ise shrimp, aosa green algae, and Ise tea. Choose your souvenirs from the largest selection of products in the region in their casual and spacious store.
  • Nakatani Takeshi Association
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Kawasaki 2-4-4
    This variety shop is approximately 10 -minute walk from both the north entrance of Kintetsu and JR Iseshi Station and Kintentsu Ujiyamada Station. Formerly the Cafe Mona Lisa, it's been renewed, and in July of 2018 they started selling cookies and unique Ise themed designer goods. It's in a remodeled warehouse that was built 150 years ago and used to store brown sugar. Their popular Satonaka cookies are a local favorite from their time as a cafe, incorporating the salt, rice, and sake left as offerings at Ise Jingu Shrine in a contemporary way. They also sell bagels on Thursdays.
  • Wakamatsuya (Gekumae Shop)
    2 Reviews
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Honmachi 13-6
    This veteran shop specializing in Ise kamaboko is about five minutes on foot from JR and Kintetsu Ise City Station. Their high-grade kamaboko produced by skilled craftsmen could never be made by a machine. The most popular variety is Ise hiryozu, a filling fried fish cake incorporating nine healthy ingredients including Ise hijiki that's delicately simmered for about 15 minutes in rice oil. Their Cheese Sticks, satsuma-age kamaboko with piping hot cheese, has long been a best seller with customers of all ages.


  • Matsusaka Momen Rental Center
    Mie Pref. Matsusakashi Hinomachi 589-1
    Matsusaka Momen Rental Center is on the first floor of the Matsusaka City Industrial Promotion Center, built on the site of the mercantile establishment Echigoya, located about a 10-minute walk from JR and Kintetsu Matsusaka Station. Customers can see demonstrations of Matsusaka cotton being woven by hand and even try some weaving for themselves. Matsusaka cotton is characterized by a delicate striped pattern and indigo dye, called Shimawatari, a brand that the merchants of Ise are proud of. The shop is full of products that give a you a taste of the full range of Matsusaka cotton: fabric, handbags, pouches, and other accessories like Japanese folding fans, as well as women's clothing. There is a fee for trying one's hand at weaving on a loom, and since the number of looms is limited, customers need to make a reservation in advance.
  • Iwatoya Main Shop
    14 Reviews
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Ujimazaikechou 58
    This souvenir shop is just 30 seconds on foot from Ujihashi Bridge by Ise Jingu Shrine's Naiku (Inner Ise Shrine).They sell the local favorite Iwato mochi, ginger sugar, and more. Iwato mochi is associated with the auspicious events of the Iwato Kagura dance of Japanese mythology. A popular souvenir, it consists of koshian sweet bean paste made from the finest Hokkaido adzuki beans and light-flavored soft mochi rice cakes prepared with carefully selected glutinous rice and kinako soy flour. Their ginger candies are made by simmering ginger juice mixed with sugar and then pouring it into molds. They also have other flavors that include cinnamon, matcha green tea, and adzuki bean.

    今年の夏前にはじめて伺いました。 私はヒレカツ御膳を母は生姜焼き膳をいただきました。 ヒレカツにはとんかつソースと塩が添えられていましたが、私は塩をつけていただきました。 塩でつけても下味がしっかりとつけられているからか、美味でした。 生姜焼きもしっかりと焼きがはいっているからか、美味であったと言っていました。

  • Matsusaka Koryu Bussankan
    12 Reviews
    Mie Pref. Matsusakashi Kyoumachi 301
    This store is adjacent to JR Matsusaka Station. It is known for its wide range of products ranging from food to accessories. They sell Matsusaka beef that they'll ship regionally, famous Matsusaka sweets, local cotton, marine products, and merchandise featuring a local character known as Chachamo. For a shop of its size, it has plenty to choose from and is perfect for your Mie and Matsusaka souvenir shopping. Lots of visitors stop by while waiting for the train, and the parking lot in front of the station makes it easy if you're coming by car.

    This shop is next to Matsusaka station and very close to information center. I stopped by here to buy local specialties like Matsusaka beef. I was told only Singaporean can get and bring back 5 kg...

  • Himonojuku (Ise Shop)
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Ujimazaikechou 35
    Himonojuku is a shop specializing in dried seafood made with fresh fish and shellfish from Mie Prefecture. It is located on Oharaimachi-dori Avenue in Ujiimazaike-cho in the city of Ise, Mie Prefecture. Himonojuku sells fish that is purchased at the markets in places such as Owase and Minami-Ise and processed and dried at the shop's own plant. Only natural, color-free domestic salt is used in drying the fish. In the front part of the store is a large metal griddle where employees grill dried fish for customers to sample. In addition to providing samples, employees explain the different varieties of seasonal fish and carefully teach customers how to prepare, eat, and preserve dried fish.
  • Sankai no Sato Kisei
    Mie Pref. Wataraiguntaikichou Saki 2154-1
    This direct sales store sells local specialty products. The marker for this store is a billboard with a treasure ship ridden by a cow and fish. As their name suggests, they carry a rich variety of both food from the mountains such as shiitake mushrooms, dairy products and vegetables from Ouchiyama, and seafood from Nishiki. In particular, the Ouchiyama brand of dairy products is popular not just for their milk but also their yogurt and soft pudding. The store is a participating member of the Mie Prefecture bargain service Mie Shokutabi Passport.
  • Furusato Ajikobo Aguri
    Mie Pref. Wataraiguntamakichou Hara 4254 - 1 Aspia Tamagusu
    This direct sales store for agricultural and livestock products in Tamaki Town is located inside a park called Asupia Tamaki. They sell local food ingredients centered on livestock products raised in Tamaki Town. The hand-made sausages in particular won the 28th International Professional Competition. Classes to experience making bread and sausages are available with reservations. You can enjoy barbecued dishes and set meals centered on sausages and pork at the barbecue house. Local rice and takoyaki octopus balls are also sold in an adjoining building.
  • Kirari Handmade Goods
    Mie Pref. Tobashi Toba 1-4-59
    This antenna shop in Toba is a five-minute walk from Toba Station. The life-size diver figure called Iwasaki Dori-chan that adorns the front of the store is its landmark. There is a hands-on workshop experience corner in the shop where you can create original shell art using seashells and beads. Some of the items that they can help you make include accessories such as bracelets and earrings, and art pieces such as mini-planters and panels. The store also has many souvenirs including tea made with Tachibana orange, the official tree of Toba City.
  • Ise Kadoya Beer (Geku-mae Store)
    16 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Honmachi 13-6
    Ise Kadoya is a long-established teahouse founded in 1575, and now produced local beer that represents Ise such as Shinto Beer and Ise Kadoya Pale Ale. The directly-managed store is located immediately outside of Ise Jingu Shrine's outer shrine. They sell sake available for purchase as souvenirs, and barrel craft draft beer for walk and drink. There is also a set menu where you can drink and compare four different types of local Ise beer, making it a shop beer lovers enjoy themselves. In addition to alcohol, they offer snacks including Niken Chaya Mochi (rice cakes with bean paste filled and dusted in kinako soybean powder) famous from when it was a teahouse, so it is somewhere those who do not drink can come to.

    My wife and I visited both geku & naiku stand. I tried two kinds of ales. Both are very smooth but I felt they need more flavor of hops. I asked the sales people about the IBU, but they dont know...

  • Naikumae Senokuniya
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Ujimazaikechou 117
    This Japanese confectionery shop is located a one-minute walk from Uji Bridge that leads to Ise Jingu Shrine's Inner Shrine. One of their specialties is kamiyo mochi, a historical product known as something given for travelers to eat on their pilgrimage, called okage-mairi, to Ise Jingu Shrine in Edo period. It looks like green, bite-sized kusamochi (rice cake with Japanese mugwort mixed in the dough). Using mochi rice milled from select red beans and brown rice, they use no preservatives and only natural mugwort for their color and aroma. It was awarded the Ministers Award at the 19th National Confectionary Exposition for its great taste, and has received the honor of being presented to the Crown Prince in 1975.
  • Kokekokko Republic Mountain Station Yottetei
    4 Reviews
    Mie Pref. Takiguntakichou Nyu 4409
    Located approximately a five-minute drive from the Ise Expressway Seiwataki Interchange, this is the antenna shop of Kokekokko Republic, which has a large chicken signboard as its marker. Reasonably priced because it is a direct sales store, you can purchase and eat safe and fresh cage-free fertilized eggs and chicken meat. In addition to their famous tamago-kake gohan (raw egg over rice bowl) with all-you-can-eat eggs, their set with locally-raised chicken also gets good reviews. They also sell handmade cream puffs, pudding and castella sponge cake using plenty of cage-free fertilized eggs.


  • toto, F1 Mart Circuit Tori
    Mie Pref. Suzukashi Inou 4-chome 1-1
  • toto Handling F1 Mart Tsumina
    Mie Tsu-shi Takajayakomoricho
  • toto, Suzuka Hunter
    Mie Pref. Suzukashi Sanjo 2-5-1

Mie Main Areas


Spread across the eastern side of the Kii Peninsula, Mie prefecture boasts hundreds of kilometers of pretty coastline comprising the oyster-rich Toba city and Shima National Park all the way down to Kumano, a city that marks the beginning of part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage, which runs into neighboring Wakayama prefecture. However, Mie is best known for the Ise Jingu Shinto shrine inland, one of the oldest and largest shrines in the country.

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