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Direct Sales Depot / Market Spots in Kyoto Area

  • Farmer's Market TAWAWA ASAGIRI
    16 Reviews
    Kyoto Kameokashi Shinochounojou Uemata 30JA Kyoto Shino Branch Next
    This farmer's market is in Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture. It's the largest in the prefecture and sells vegetables, meat, and milk produced locally throughout the year. They stock a variety of items like Kyoto vegetables and black beans, as well as processed products like dressings and sauces. Their rice flour bread made with the Tango koshihikari variety of rice is popular.

    Black soybeans from Kameoka, red sato imo potatoes, very large fresh peanuts (makes good peanut butter), large red turnips, strange mushrooms, and other things only found in this area, freshly picked...

  • Ohara Fresh Vegetable Market
    19 Reviews
    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Sakyou-ku Oharanomurachou 1012
    This is a direct sales store in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto. This market sells fresh vegetables grown in the nearby Ohara area, and various rice cakes made from mochi-rice. Every Sunday the market teems with vendors selling their homegrown produce. The market diner offers homemade breakfast okayu porridge and oyakodon.

    2度目の大原は、大原の土地を歩いてみました。途中見つけたのが里の駅。 道の駅のような感じで、地元の野菜やおもち、パンなどがありました。 みたこともない野菜もあり、新鮮で安いのでついつい買い込んでしまいました。 買った後にお店の方に、どうやってたべるんですか?と質問。 丁寧に答えていただきました。 新聞紙も用意されていて、くるんで帰りました。もっと欲しかったけど、リュックに入りきらないので断念。また...

  • Jinento Market
    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Fushimi-ku Takedaaoikecho 125
    "A farmers market located a five-minute walk from Kintetsu Railway Takeda Station. The market carries an abundance fresh ""jinen"" (""natural"") Kyoto fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers which customers can pick up with their own hands and choose which ones to buy. The vegetables and other goods sold in the market are also used to make the dishes served in the adjoining Jinen & Shokudo restaurant. Previously featured in the media, the market also carries farmer-made miso, Japanese pickles, Japanese confections, jams, and side dishes made with Kyoto vegetables."
  • Inukanno Fudokan Kira
    5 Reviews
    Kyoto Kameoka-shi Nishibetsuincho Inukanno Hinokuchi 1-2
    This farmer's market and soba noodle restaurant is located in Inukanno district, which is especially suited for growing buckwheat. Visitors can eat Inukanno soba noodles made by the local farming cooperative and purchase fresh local vegetables. Some of the offerings on its menu include handmade hachiwari soba (soba noodles with 80% buckwheat flour and 20% wheat filler), sobagaki (buckwheat dumplings), and ohagi (glutinous rice balls coated in sweet red bean paste). It is also possible to try making soba noodles (reservation required). You can eat the soba you just made right there in the restaurant.

    亀岡の山深い里犬甘野の「季楽」にはもう何回訪ねてきたことでしょう。 もちろん目的は蕎麦です。 ここの手打ちは最高に喉越しがよくて美味しくいただけます。 店先には地元でとれた野菜の販売もしています。

  • Galleria Morning Market
    Kyoto Kameoka-shi Amarubecho Takara Kubo 1-1 Roadside Station Galleria
    This morning market offers meat and vegetables, processed products such as bento boxes and sweets, flowers, and more. The market is held in front of Galleria Kameoka's Atorio local products market from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays). The market offers a full selection of Kameoka's local seasonal produce including Japanese mustard spinach, edamame, baby turnips, garlic, mizuna (potherd mustard), green onions, onions, Romano beans, and Manganji peppers. Most of its vegetables are harvested fresh each morning.
  • Kumiyama Town Farmer’s Market “Shunsai no Sato”
    Kyoto Kuse-gun Kumiyamacho Mori Minami Ouchi 156-1 AEON MALL Kumiyama Parking Uchi
    This farmer's market opened in 2004 in the parking lot of AEON MALL Kumiyama. Since being expanded in 2008, the market has served as a base for promoting the brands of Kumiyama. It offers a wide variety of products including rice, fresh seasonal vegetables such as tomatoes, eggplants, green onions, Japanese mustard spinach, mizuna (potherb mustard), and onions, processed products such as cut flowers, decorative plants, and pickles, and more.
  • Fugenji Fureai-no-Eki
    3 Reviews
    Kyoto Kyotanabe-shi Fugenji Odagaki Uchi 62-1
    A shop selling local agricultural products that first opened in 2002. Here you can find Fugenji rice, tea, and local produce grown in temperatures unique to mountainous regions and raised with the local water Fugenji is blessed with. It started as a morning market with eight participants but has grown and now includes almost 80 suppliers. Also popular are their daily bento lunch boxes, chirashi-sushi rice bowls, rolled sushi, red beans and rice, and mugwort dango rice dumplings.


  • Marche Oharano
    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Nishikyo-ku Oharanohaigatacho 179 JA Kyoto Chuo Oharano Branch
    A local direct sales shop located in the front of the JA Kyoto Chuo Oharano Branch, just a five-minute drive from the Onohara Interchange on the Kyoto Jukan Expressway. Local Oharano produce and processed goods are sold every Tuesday morning as well as the morning of the first and third Saturdays of the month. This shop is just one part of the Oharano Local Brand Strategy put into place by the local residents. With the goal of letting people know who the local suppliers are the interior of the shop is decorated with photographs of the local suppliers. It's fun to find your favorite farmers while looking at their POP advertising including comments..
  • Furatto Miyama
    Kyoto Nantan-shi Miyamacho Agake Shimo 23-2
    This farm direct shop is in the Miyama fureai hiroba roadside station, the eastern gateway to Miyama town. They offer fresh produce grown in Miyama, processed foods, and other goods direct from the growers with no middle-men. The dairy products and sweets made with Miyama milk are quite popular, and the gelato and soft-serve ice cream brings in passing drivers. There is an oyaki bun stand next door serving up oyaki packed with Miyama ingredients.
  • Maizuru Fururu Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Kyoto Maizuru-shi Sezaki 60
    This agricultural recreation spot is filled with natural blessings and was opened to help show the connection between food and farming. The area has a direct view of Wakasa port and Kanmuri island, and is embraced by greenery. On the grounds there is an agricultural restaurant, sweets shop, vegetable gardens, and direct sales shops. The Fururu Market sits at the center of the park, and is jam packed with fresh-harvested produce and agricultural products from local farmers. The weekends are especially crowded with shoppers. In addition to seasonal vegetables, there activities intended to spread awareness of the connections between farm and food. In collaboration with the Japan Farm Village Network 21, farmers from other regions also come to sell their goods, including things that can only be found here.
  • shunsainosato AEON the mall Kumiyama
    Kyoto Kusegunkumiyamachou Mori Minamiouchi 156-1 Aeon Mall Kumiyama separate building
  • Tangoasaichi
    Kyoto Pref. Kyoutangoshi Aminochouamino 367
  • Minato Fishery Cooperative Marine Plaza
    Kyoto Kyotango-shi Kumihamacho Minatomiya
  • Kirameki Network Fureai Morning Market
    Kyoto Kameoka-shi Amarubecho Takara Kubo 1-1
  • Shokado Fureai Ichi
    Kyoto Yawata-shi Yawataominaeshi 43
  • Office Kimura
    Kyoto Nagaokakyo-shi Shironosato 8-7
  • Bokusotochikaokuchosashijimusho
    Kyoto Kyoutanabeshi Higashinishikamiya 28-1
  • Kyotobengoshikaitangohoritusodan Ctr
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Kyoto Kyoutangoshi Omiyachousuki 1
  • Mae Hori‧Murata General (Legal professional corporation)
    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Nakagyo-ku Kamihakusancho 258-1
  • Office Harada
    Kyoto Kameoka-shi Higashi-tsutsujigaoka Akebonodai 3-10-13

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Its wooden tea houses, shuffling geisha, and spiritual sights have seen Kyoto hailed as the heart of traditional Japan, a world apart from ultramodern Tokyo. Despite being the Japanese capital for over a century, Kyoto escaped destruction during World War II, leaving behind a fascinating history which can be felt at every turn, from the fully gold-plated Kinkakuji Temple down to traditional customs such as geisha performances and tea ceremonies, which are still practiced to this day.

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