Direct Sales Depot / Market Spots in Mie Area

  • Miyagedokoro Chuyo Honten Sea Station
    2 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    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.


  • 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.
  • Meiyo Sokubai Ichiba Ise Utsuwa Ichi market
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Honmachi 1-1
    This shopping district has many pottery shops with connections to Mie Prefecture. There are 14 small stores in an area that slightly resembles a town, where pottery items of many different styles are sold. The items sold here are traditional wares from Iga and Yokkaichi-banko in Mie. They also carry wares from Seto and Tokoname in Aichi Prefecture, which have deep ties with Ise, in addition to those from Mino and Shigaraki, where much of Japan's pottery is produced. There is also a tea store where you can take a short break inside and slowly take a look around at the items.
  • Melon House Kawaguchi
    Travel / Tourism
    Mie Shima-shi Hamajimacho Nanbari 499-13
    This melon farm is situated on Prefectural Route 730 in Nanbari, Hamajima-cho, Shima City. The farm grew the Nanbari melons, a local specialty product, which were served at the 42nd G7 Summit in 2016. In the farm's cafe, you can enjoy fresh-cut melon and sweets made with melons.
  • Ichigoya Kurobe
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Mie Matsusaka-shi Higashikurobecho Tenjin 1
    This strawberry picking farm is located on the grounds of JA Matsusaka Kissuru Kurobe in Higashikurobe-cho, Matsusaka City. Open from early January through mid-May, here you can have fun picking strawberries in a greenhouse which incorporates universal design principles. Note that strawberry picking is reservation-only. The farm also sells strawberry gift packs and is adjoined by a farmers' market and dining hall.
  • Sato no Eki Naize Shizenmura
    Mie Watarai-gun Minamiisecho Naize 1537-8
    This local products market stands on National Route 260 in Naize, Minamiise Town, Watarai County, Mie Prefecture. The market sells the area's famous mandarin oranges, Minamiise Brand-certified Tsuru no Okagemai rice, umeboshi pickled plums made with local Gokasho baby plums, and other seasonal products and agricultural produce. From late October through mid-December, the market also offers juice-making activities and mandarin orange picking in an adjoining field.
  • Chokyumaru Reizo
    Mie Owase-shi Asahicho 2-1
    This marine products wholesale shop is situated on Prefectural Route 778 in Asahi-cho, Owase City. The shop is owned and operated by a marine products company which engages in deep sea Pacific bluefin tuna longline fishing and coastal water pole-and-line fishing for skipjack tuna. The shop sells Pacific bluefin tuna and skipjack tuna caught by the company's boats at low, direct-sale prices.
  • Kiinagashima Minatoichi
    Mie Kitamuro-gun Kihokucho Nagashima Nagashima Minato
    "This market event is held in the fishing port of Nagashima, Kihoku Town, Kitamuro County, Mie Prefecture. The market is held for several consecutive days at the end of December each year. Here you can buy fresh seafood from the Kumano Sea and other areas, as well as local specialty products and regional foods. In addition, visitors can enjoy events such as a Pacific bluefin tuna butchering demonstration, and fresh fish sold via the ""all-you-can-stuff"" method in which you are given a bag or other container and the price is the same no matter how much fish you stuff into it as long as it fits."
  • Midorinodaichi
    Mie Pref. Suzukashi Hirosechou 2722
  • Bell farm noukashijou
    Mie Pref. Matsusakashi Isederachou 551-3 Matsusaka agriculture park bell farm
  • Wakuwaku Hiroba Aeon Town Suzuka
    4 Reviews
    Mie Suzuka-shi Shonohayama 4-20-1 Aeon Town Suzuka

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  • Go no Megumi Furin
    1 Reviews
    Mie Ise-shi Yokowacho 586-banchi


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    Mie Inabe-gun Toincho Nagafuke Tsukida 510-1 AEON MALL Toin 1F
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    Mie Inabe Inabecho Oizumi 2517 Sangi
  • Misato Flower Village
    Mie Tsu-shi Misatocho Ashizaka 885
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    Mie Pref. Tsushi Hekichou 7104-1 Nogyo-ya Hisai store before
  • Mokumoku Genkinayasaijukushijo
    Mie Pref. Igashi Nishiyubune 3609 Iganosatomokumokutezukurifamu within
  • Sarubinoshi
    Mie Pref. Igashi Kamiawa 2953 Iga no national university Yamada Onsen Sarabun

Mie 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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