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  • Sakaiminato Marine Products Direct Sales Center
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    4.0
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    Tottori Pref. Sakaiminatoshi Shouwamachi 9-5
    A marine products direct sales center located along the coast a 20 minute walk from the popular Mizuki Shigeru Road tourism destination in Sakaiminato City, Tottori Prefecture. Sakaiminato boasts some of the largest fishing catches in the nation, and this direct sales center is one of the first places the city’s ultra-fresh marine delicacies are delivered to. 14 shops stand side by side in the center, selling fresh fish and processed marine products. Here you’ll find seasonal seafood sold at reasonable prices, such as Pacific bluefin tuna and Iwagaki oysters in summer, red snow crab from fall to early summer, and matsuba crab in winter. This popular marketplace attracts not only tourists but also local shoppers.

    They don’t have a place for people to eat their purchase there since no cooking is done on site. Their crabs are selling slightly cheaper than surrounding seafood centre, seem to cater more for locaL...

  • Komego Gozaemon
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    Tottori Pref. Yonagoshi Yayoichou 2JR West Yonago Station
    Komego Gozaemon is a store located within Yonago Station which specializes in Oshizushi (pressed sushi). Besides Gozaemon Mackerel sushi eaten in the traditional way sandwiched between sheets of Konbu seaweed, Komego Gozaemon also sells silver salmon sushi, conger eel sushi, horse mackerel sushi, and various seasonal items such as Gozaemon Superior Crab Sushi. There is an eat-in area, where diners can also order Soba noodles or Udon noodles, etc.

    This is located inside the Yonago train station. They sell boxed Saba sushi wrapped with seaweed, you can also opt for a eat-in. Saw many customers buying their boxed sushi and bento. Business was...

  • Tairyo Market Nakaura Fisherman's Wharf (Union of Kansai Government's Regional Direct Sales Outlet)
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    Tottori Pref. Sakaiminatoshi Takenouchidanchi 209
    Nakaura Fisherman’s Wharf is a market, selling mainly fish and seafood products, which is located in the Takenouchi-danchi district of Sakaiminato City. The market sells fresh fish and seafood landed at Sakaiminato harbor, as well as processed seafood products such as ichiyaboshi (fish salted and dried overnight), delicacies, matsuba crab (in the winter months), etc. There is an area where visitors can have fish or seafood that they have purchased in the market cooked for them in Robatayaki barbecue style, as well as a seafood restaurant, and a rest area decorated with illustrations by famous manga artist Mizuki Shigeru. Visitors can also have commemorative photographs taken standing next to a stone statue of manga character Kitaro which is the largest statute of its kind in Japan, or next to a life-size statue of Nezumi-otoko (another character in the Kitaro stories).

    Big fresh crabs available plus plenty of packet dried fish etc. They have souvonirs and a fruit market outside. Its a nice picture of the stone outside . You can but whole fresh crab and eat outside...

  • Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery Okasora Main Shop
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    18 Reviews
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    Tottori Sakaiminato-shi Taishomachi 131
    "This sake brewery, located a three-minute walk from JR Sakaiminato Station, was established in Sakaiminato City, Tottori Prefecture during the Edo period in 1865. The brewery is known for its dry sakes; meanwhile, its shop sells a variety of products, including local sakes perfect for giving as souvenirs which come in bottles modeled after characters from Shigeru Mizuki's hit ""GeGeGe no Kitaro,"" ""GeGeGe no Kitaro"" merchandise, and marine products from Sakaiminato. The shop also has a bar area where customers can enjoy all of the brewery's beverages at low prices. In addition, the brewery offers a popular tour which lets you enter the brewery area and see how its sakes are made."

    旅館などの食事の際にも頂きましたが、お土産として購入するために利用いたしました。いろいろなお酒が揃っているのでおすすめです。

  • Local Produce Plaza Wattaina
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    3.5
    16 Reviews
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    Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Karochounishi 3-323
    Wattaina is a direct sales outlet selling local specialty products, located near the Karo Minato sea-bathing area in Nishi 3 Chome, Karo Town, Tottori City. Besides a large store selling fresh agricultural produce supplied directly by Japan Agricultural Cooperatives (JA) members, processed foods and local specialty products, there is also the Daikoku-tei buffet restaurant, and a shop selling gelato ice cream made using milk and fruit produced locally in Tottori Prefecture. In addition, a variety of food-related events are held at the Food Education Hall Torikko Plaza, which is equipped with moveable food preparation platforms, a stage, etc.

    Air conditioned supermarket with fresh vegetables, fruits, bread, meat, confectioneries, and omiyage. Wide parking area.

  • Akagawara Ichigokan
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    3.5
    16 Reviews
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    Tottori Pref. Kurayoshishi Shinmachi 1-chome
    This is a souvenir shop in a group of white walled warehouses in 1 Chome Shinmachi, Kurayoshi City. The shop sells local specialties including sake, food, and handicrafts. In addition, there is renovated soy sauce storehouse built in the Taisho period used as a shop, and one of the highlights is the original exterior appearance and internal structure of that time.

    手前はお菓子類のお土産コーナーですが、奥まで結構広いのが特徴です。 二階建てになっていて、工芸品などの販売コーナーもありました。

  • Toufu Chikuwa no Sato Chimura (Hotei Branch)
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    12 Reviews
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    Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Kawaharachouhotei 566
    Toufu Chikuwa no Sato Chimura is a store specializing in Tofu Chikuwa. Besides the store’s flagship product Tofu Chikuwa, which is made by kneading together tofu and ground white fish and then broiling the mixture, Toufu Chikuwa no Sato Chimura also sells ordinary Chikuwa (made without tofu), Kamaboko (fish paste), just-fried tempura (the type that is called Satsuma-age in the Kanto region), etc. There is also an area where visitors can experience making Chikuwa themselves.

    If you are fish pastes lover, you should stop by here. Ive never seen this much of variety of fish pastes. Lots of taste and flavors. Unique ones are one containing squad ink or kimchi. Each one has...

  • Bakery Daichi no Megumi
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    8 Reviews
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    Tottori Tottori-shi Kokufucho Miyanoshita 1012
    This bakery is located close to Ube Shrine. The shop makes and sells breads and baked sweets created using an abundance of local ingredients from Tottori Prefecture. Believing that safe and healthy ingredients are those you have raised with your own hands and provided by those you can trust, the shop is dedicated to using domestic ingredients. The shop's simple baked sweets set and bite-sized scones are popular not only with locals but also tourists visiting Ube Shrine.

    ドライブがてらに立ち寄ってみましたがお店の雰囲気もなかなか良かったです。地産地消のこだわりで美味しいパンでした。

  • Local Farm Yama-no-Eki Daisenbo (Farmers’ Market Under the Jurisdiction of the Union of Kansai Governments)
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    4 Reviews
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    Tottori Saihaku-gun Hokicho Kanayadani 1801
    "This farmers market is located just off the Mizukuchi Interchange on the Yonago Expressway. The market's dome-shaped building commands a view of Mt. Daisen; dedicated to the theme of ""locality,"" inside customers can purchase local foods and ingredients. The market's freshly harvested vegetables and fruits, and foods are all local and all chosen based on the motto of ""fresh, safe, and healthy."" The market's fresh highland vegetables, picked that very morning, were grown in so-called ""black terracotta"" soil made up of volcanic ash, and all are highly praised for their vibrancy and nutritiousness. The market also has a restaurant in the back where you can enjoy Hoki Wagyu beef, a rare brand name variety of Japanese beef which is hard to acquire even locally."

    充実した道の駅の様な馬車です 目の前に雄大な大山が広がり景色もさいこうです高速のインターが目の前なのでアクセスも良いですがそれだけに昼時は混雑しがちです

  • Tottori Harbor Seafood Market Karoichi
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    Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Karochounishi 3-27-1
    This marketplace is right near Karo Harbor in Karo Town, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture. Both visitors and locals come here to purchase seafood caught fresh from the Japan Sea. Local shipments are available as well. There are cooking classes for children as well as tuna slicing demonstrations, a matsuba crab festival, and a variety of other events held throughout the year. Visitors can also enjoy the farmer’s market, souvenir shop, a fresh squid sashimi arranged in the original shape, and a restaurant that offers fresh seafood cuisine.
  • Folk Crafts Shop TAKUMI, Tottori
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    1 Reviews
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    Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Sakaemachi 651
    Folk Crafts Shop TAKUMI is an art gallery and handicrafts shop located on National Route 53 in Sakae Town, Tottori City. The gallery showcases a large collection of traditional handicrafts products (both from Japan and overseas) collected by Yoshida Shoya, who led the handicrafts revival movement in Tottori Prefecture. The shop sells a range of handicraft products, including ceramics from workshops based in Tottori. The Takumi-kappo-ten restaurant serves cuisine made using locally-sourced ingredients on tableware made by local craftspeople. TAKUMI thus provides a comprehensive experience, with visitors being able to view, purchase and use traditional handicraft products.

    鳥取駅から徒歩10分ほど。鳥取民藝美術館の隣にあるお店です。民藝美術館、たくみ割烹店と一体になっています。民藝の器が好きな人には、ここははずせないところです。鳥取だけでなく、島根や沖縄など全国の民藝の品物をあつかっています。

  • Torazo (Akagawara Building No. 8)
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Tottori Kurayoshi-shi Nakanocho 812-1
    This confectionary shop is situated amidst Kurayoshi's Shirakabe Storehouses (White Wall District), notable for their white stucco walls and red roof tiles. This area has been designated the Kurayoshi City Utsubukitamagawa Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings, and in a building representative of the district, the shop sells renowned local confections and souvenirs. Inside the spacious establishment, you can purchase the area's famous Utsubuki Koen Dango dumplings and Furoshiki Manju buns, as well as a seasonally varying selection of local specialty products. In addition to selling souvenirs, the shop also has a cafe area perfect for taking a break in between exploring the town. Note that the shop does not have its own parking lot and thus those visiting by car must make use of one of the tourist parking lots around the Shirakabe Storehouses.

    倉吉の白壁土蔵が立ち並ぶ街並みを歩いて、こちらにもやってきました。打吹公園通りという道に面していて、となりには倉吉ふるさと工芸館がありました。 名前の通り、店内にはお菓子がいっぱいです。鳥取の銘菓などのお菓子類のほかにも、工芸品などもありました。喫茶コーナーもあり、お茶を飲みながらゆっくりできるようです。

  • Nagata Chamise Iwakuramachi Main Store
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Tottori Yonago-shi Iwakuramachi 76
    A tea and tea ceremony utensil specialty store founded in 1801. They sell organically grown tea from all over the country, including Tottori Prefecture's Mt. Daisen, as well as Japanese sweets made with tea. The popular Oyama Midori tea is 100% organically grown with quality compost and other fertilizers at the tea plantation in Jingamae, Daisen Town, Tottori Prefecture. Grown in naturally healthy soil, the robust tea blends bitter, savory, and sweet flavors. Their matcha and cream daifuku treats made with premium local tea leaves and melt-in-your-mouth soymilk and green tea pudding make great souvenirs.

    米子市内で加茂川辺りを散歩していて偶然入りました。 江戸時代から酒造、物流業、不動産、宿屋、などを営んでいて、今はお茶や茶道具、お菓子などを販売しています。 神棚が古風で驚きました。 大山辺りで生産されているお茶を買いました。 今風の抹茶ロールケーキも製造しているようです。 お茶は試飲させてくれました。

  • Shop Bocha Bocha
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    Tottori Tohaku-gun Misasacho Misasa 910-7
    "A shop at Tamawari no Yu, a public bath in Misasa in a traditional Japanese style house the banks of Mitoku River. They sell folk crafts, miscellaneous goods, Misasa confectionery, and souvenirs. The word ""bocha"" means bath in the central Tottori dialect. ""Tamawari no Yu"" got its name from the fact there's a shop and cafe on site. Misasaradon cookies depicting Misasa's mascot of the same name make ideal souvenirs."

    公衆浴場『たまわりの湯』とくっついて、『ショップ ぼちゃぼちゃ』がありました。間口も狭いけど、中も狭い。私ら4人組で入るとお店はギュウギュウやし、ろくに商品見られへんかったわ-

  • NAKAMURA SHOTEN
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    Tottori Tottori-shi Karocho Nishi 4-1803-3
    A 15-minute drive from the Tottori Sand Dunes, this shop processes and sells fresh seafood at Karo Harbor, known as the best store in the eastern Tottori. They are particularly famous for their snow crab, a wintertime delicacy. They recommend boiling the light and succulent flesh to best enjoy its tender texture. This fresh and meaty crab makes a great gift. They also sell fatty sailfin sandfish dried overnight, mosa-ebi shrimp that can only be caught in the Sea of Japan, and swordtip squid, a Tottori summer specialty packed with savory sweetness.
  • Zero Paraglider School
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    Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Hamasaka 1-16-45-2
    A paragliding school where guests can experience the thrill of paragliding over the Tottori Sand Dunes, one of Japan’s best national parks. The Tottori Sand Dunes is a wide expanse of sandy dunes with nothing in the way making it a perfect place for beginners to safely have a go at paragliding. Children from as young as three years old to elderly people are welcome. Popular choices include the half-day paragliding course and the tandem course (with instructor). Lessons are taught by professional instructors so visitors can enjoy the full splendor of the Tottori Sand Dunes even on their first day. Meeting place for the paragliding sessions is in front of Rakudaya in Fukube Town, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture.
  • The Research Institute for Ghost Food
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    Tottori Pref. Sakaiminatoshi Honmachi 4
    The Research Institute for Ghost Food is a souvenir food shop located close to the entrance of the Mizuki Shigeru Museum in Sakaiminato City, Tottori Prefecture. This unusual shop is based on the theme of a mysteriously ghoulish looking laboratory with the staff all wearing white lab coats. The shops signature item is the medama oyaji (literally “eyeball father”) sweet made to look just like the eyeball character from Shigeru Mizuki’s classic manga, GeGeGe no Kitaro. The fine Japanese confections are each carefully handmade by makers from Saiundo, a long running confectionery store in the San’in region. As well as selling gift-style sweets in a box the shop also sells sweets which can be enjoyed there and then on the street.
  • Kuwata Shoyu Factory (Akagawara Roku-gokan)
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    Tottori Pref. Kurayoshishi Higashinakamachi 2591
    A long-established soy sauce maker founded in 1877 in Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture. The shop is housed in Akagawara Roku-gokan (Red Roofed Building No. 6), a Kyoto style merchant housing which oozes history. Further inside the earthen floored shop is the factory where the soy sauce is made. Here you can see the traditional way in which the soy sauce is carefully stored. Their soy sauce tastefully packaged inside ceramic pots inspired by the look of the storehouses, which typify the region, and their sweets made with soy sauce like their soy sauce ice-cream, are popular with the tourists.
  • Sakyu Kaikan
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    Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Fukubechouyuyama 2164
    Sakyu Kaikan is a large drive-in restaurant situated just outside the entrance (east entrance) to the famous sightseeing spot of the Tottori Sand Dunes in Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture. There is a lot on offer here for tourists such as a restaurant suitable for large groups, a cafe area, and shops selling lots of specialty products from Tottori. The restaurant serves fresh seafood dishes with their most popular dish being the crab on rice with sand dune yam. The seafood rice bowl topped with a range of over 10 different kinds of seafood is also very popular. The cafe offers local treats such as pear flavored soft ice-cream and pickled scallion burgers.
  • Gensui Shuzou sake brewery (Akagawara Warehouse No. 7)
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    Tottori Pref. Kurayoshishi Higashinakamachi 2573
    The main retail outlet of the Gensui Shuzou sake brewery is located in a corner of the famous Kurayoshi white-walled storehouse district in Higashinaka Town, Kurayoshi City. The sakes on sale include Daigin-jo (Top Quality Sake) Tobinkakoi, which has won numerous awards including the Tottori Prefecture Sake Brewers’ Association Prefectural Governor’s Award, etc., Shirakabe-Dozo, Akagawara, etc.

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Tottori prefecture is Japanese seasonal diversity at its best: Huge sand dunes cover the north coast, making for the perfect summer beach trip complete with the unexpected addition of camels; November brings the delectable snow crab, while winter around Mount Daisen, the Chugoku region’s highest mountain, promises snow sports and magical views.

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