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  • Kobe Brand (Marine Pia Kobe Shop)
    3 Reviews
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Tarumi-ku Kaigandori 12-2 MITSUI OUTLET PARK Marin Pia Kobe Seaport Restaurant 1F
    A local specialty products shop selling Kobe souvenirs and gifts located in Mitsui Outlet Park Marine Pia Kobe. The shop carries a large selection of unique Kobe goods, including Japanese and Western style confections, marine products from Akashi, and Kobe beef. The shop also has an eat in space where customers can purchase and enjoy Kobe delicacies like roast beef sandwiches, KOBE dogs, and a Kobe lunch plate. The rich Kobe pudding soft serve ice cream is particularly popular.

    It was so cold and windy when we visited the shopping mall that we didnt walk around much, but decide to visit this shop to buy some souvenirs. They were selling Kobe wines, Kobe sakes, Kobe...

  • Haifukiya Nishidafudeten
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Arimachou 1160
    A shop which carries ningyo fude doll brushes, a local Arima craft. Ningyo fude are Japanese writing brushes wrapped in silk thread woven to create beautiful patterns and capped at one end with a cute doll figurine. The history of ningyo fude dates back to the distant Muromachi period (1336-1573) when Emperor Kotoku, the 36th emperor of Japan, who had long struggled to produce an heir, was blessed with a child upon visiting Arima Onsen; doll brushes such as those sold here were created to celebrate the emperor's good fortune. The brushes are covered with silk thread woven in one of four traditional geometrical patterns-ichimatsu check, yagasuri arrow feather, seigaiha wave, or uroko scale. A variety of attractive color combinations are on offer for customers to choose from.
  • Syousekka
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Sakaemachidori 2-8-16 Ascent Building 1F
    "A gallery shop located south of the central plaza in Kobe's Nankinmachi Chinatown. The gallery sells traditional Chinese ""flower character"" calligraphy which resembles pictures of flowers and birds and other calligraphic works created by calligrapher Chen Zhan. The shop also sells pieces created by the artist using unique, personally developed methods such as ""plum blossom"" calligraphy in which plum flowers are drawn around the characters, and ""happy dragon"" calligraphy in which the character for happiness and good fortune is depicted in the form of a dragon. All of the shop's products are meant to bring good luck and make for popular gifts. Customers can choose from a wide variety, from small square pieces to hanging scrolls."
  • Kobe Kitanozaka Toshogama
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Yamamotodori 2-14-261F
    A shop located a 15-minute walk from Sannomiya Station which carries Japanese modern style Japanese and Western tableware. Here you can find highly imaginative tableware which combines exquisite traditional skills with superb sensibilities. From reasonably priced small dishes to glass tableware and Mino ware porcelain created by skilled craftsmen, the shop is filled with unique designs perfect for entertaining guests. The shop's collection of lovingly crafted Japanese tableware such as the Yamato series, a tableware series adorned with novel designs and bold brush strokes, are highly popular with overseas buyers.
  • Awaji Highway Oasis, Bussankan
    Hyougo Pref. Awajishi Iwaya 2674-3
    This souvenir shop is at the Kobe-Awaji-Naruto Expressway's Awaji Service Area. They've served over 45 million bowls of their most popular item, Awaji Onion Soup loaded with Awaji Island grown onions. Their non-oil Awaji Onion Dressing with lots of roasted onion and a rich fragrance is popular too. Awaji Island's flagship Awaji Beer is a craft brew with a mild flavor that goes exceptionally well with the locale's fresh seafood.
  • Takosenbei no Sato
    201 Reviews
    Hyougo Pref. Awajishi Nakada 4155-1
    This factory and shop deals in snacks made with sea products. Reservations aren't required for their tours where you can watch them making octopus rice crackers from the viewing area. The shop offers about 40 varieties and there are samples available of most of them for you to try. Their thin baked Tako-usu Yaki rice crackers made with octopus, squid, and shrimp come recommended. They're flavorful, firm, and crispy. There is also a break area with free coffee.

    We stopped here after visiting the shrine. Interesting place as they make various flavored rice crackers that you can try/taste and buy if you wish. Free coffee, nice clean tables and friendly staff...

  • Fukura Marche
    12 Reviews
    Hyougo Pref. Minamiawajishi Fukura Kou 1530-2
    This specialty market is located in Fukurako, Minami Awaji City. Dealing only in products from Awaji Island, they offer fresh produce like Awaji's renowned onions, fresh fish caught in local waters, and prepared products made with the bounty of the island. Dine on items like seafood rice bowls you put together yourself with your choice of sashimi, Awaji Island pizza with heaps of local onion, and seasonal fare.

    i come here regularly. its all about local produce. as well as pizza they have a new fish burger-ey thing which is served in the pizza bread, i like it! you can also by sashimi from the shop section...

  • Kasumitsuru Fukuchiya
    Hyougo Pref. Mikatagunkamichou Kasumi-ku Kobara 600-2
    This sake brewery is on Prefectural Route 4 in Kobara, Kasumi Ward, Kami Town, Mikata County. They make choice Kasumitsuru sake brewed with the traditional Kimoto and Yamahai technique. You can reserve your spot for one of their free brewery tours and purchase a bottle or some of their original products made with sake and sake lees at their shop, which also holds free tastings. There are paid tastings in their lounge which offers sweets made with sake, too.
  • Kobe Brand Kobe Harborland umie Branch
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Higashikawasakichou 1-6-1 Kobe Harborland umie MOSAIC 2F
    A souvenir shop located on the second floor of the Mosaic building in the Kobe Harborland mall in Kobe’s Chuo Ward. The shop is easily identifiable by the red tent facing the stone paved walkway. The choux crème rusks sold at the shop, crisp choux crème puffs redolent of butter filled with a special almond sauce, are a popular Kobe gift and souvenir. The shop is filled with everything from standards to original goods, including Kobe pudding and Kobe pies. The Kobe pudding soft serve ice cream and Kobe dogs served in the takeout area are also popular.
  • Kobe selection Official shop KOBE plus
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Nada-ku Rokkousanchou Gokaiyama 1877-9
  • Tambashonosato
    Hyogo Pref. Sasayamashi Kondachoukamitachikui 3
  • Jibasambiru bansankan kansaikouikirengouikinaichokubaijo
    Hyogo Pref. Himejishi Minamiekimaechou 123 Jibasanbiru
  • Kamiyamingei
    Hyogo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 391 Kiya-cho in Kiyamachi
  • furusatonoaji kagoshimabussan
    Hyougo Pref. Amagasakishi Kuisekitashinmachi 1-12-6
  • Takebayashi Workshop
    Hyogo Minamiawaji Nushima 776
  • Takumi Crafts
    2 Reviews
    Hyogo Toyooka-shi Izushicho Uoya 99

    This shop is kept and run by Mr. Takumi Terauchi. He is the last surving artisan in the Toyooka tradition of wicker weaving of bags and baskets. The products are made with bark of the willow trees...

  • Galeria Retiro de Aurus
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Arimachou 835
  • Kachoan
    Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 411
  • Kurotayakambesho
    Hyougo Pref. Himejishi Watamachi 90 (Miyuki Street)
  • Shopping Corner (Miki SA Inbound)
    Hyogo Miki-shi

Hyogo Main Areas


Hyogo prefecture stretches from the north coast to the south coast on the western end of the popular Kansai region, encompassing verdant mountains, urban beaches, and fantastic historical sights. The prefecture’s main attractions lie along the south coast at Kobe, the prefectural capital, a pretty harbor city best known for its production of the renowned Kobe beef, and Himeji, the home of Himeji Castle, one of the country’s most beautifully preserved feudal castles, perched magically atop a hill.

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