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Souvenirs Spots in Hiroshima Area

  • Domen Shoten
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Akitakatashi Midorichouhongou 4627 Kagura Monmen Yuji Murauchi
    At this souvenir shop inside Kagura Monzen Toji Village, you’ll find a selection of rare Akitakata folk crafts and delicious seasonal food items. Inside the shop they sell a variety of unique ice cream flavors including Jomon ice cream and wild rice ice cream. Get souvenirs, and try some dessert after enjoying Akitakata gourmet cuisine in the Village.
  • Kaieki San-no-Seki
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Kureshi Shimokamagarichou Shimoshima 2358-1
    A local specialty shop in Kure City, Hiroshima Prefecture. Come and find local specialties and processed food from Shimo-Kamagari Island including hijiki and citrus fruits. Also, try their popular Jako-tempura which isn’t fried until you order it. It sells out quickly and is popular with tourists.
  • Shakushi no Ie
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    3.5
    10 Reviews
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Hatsukaichishi Miyajimachou 488
    A shop specializing in Miyajima shakushi (shamoji—rice scoops) located in Miyajima Town, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture. Based on an association with the phrase “meshitoru,” which can mean “to scoop up rice” or “to seize,” Miyajima shakushi are viewed as lucky talismans which aid in achieving victory and better fortunes. Miyajima shakushi began being made as souvenirs for visitors to Itsukushima Shrine at the end of the 18th century based on the teachings of an ascetic monk. This shop carries a wide variety of shakushi, from ones meant for actual use to decorative shakushi, shakushi with people’s names on them, and shakushi which can be used as a post card. Customers can also special order their name imprinted on a shakushi.

    宮島杓子(しゃもじ)の始まりは、江戸時代に光明院の修行僧が、七福神の弁財天が手に持つ楽器の琵琶の形が杓子に似ていた事から、御神木で杓子を作り、それを宮島参拝のお土産として売り出す事を薦めたのが、発祥なのだそうですね。 ちなみに杓子はご飯を抄い取ったり、飯取る事から敵を飯取るとの語呂で勝運・幸運・福運の縁起物として宮島から広まっていったそうなんです。 どおりで杓子で応援する地元の野球やサッカーが強い...

  • Hiroshima Dream Plaza
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Hiroshimashinakaku Hondori 8-28
    A tourist facility located in the Hondori Shopping Arcade in Naka Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture. As well as tourist information and brochures on events and things going on in the prefecture, Hiroshima Dream Plaza sells all sorts of sightseeing tickets and specialty products. The shop has a wide variety of unique Hiroshima souvenirs from different parts of the prefecture. They also hold different events in store such as fresh vegetable markets and sales of seafood, etc. Lots of local residents as well as tourists come here to shop.

    広島の土産物がずらりと並んでいた。ちょうど、尾道?の海産物の店が出店していたのか、干物などを買った。いわゆる土産用のお菓子などではないものもあるのが良かった

  • Fuji Honpo
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Onomichishi Setodachousetoda 502-1
    This souvenir shop is located in the Shiomachi shopping area of Ikuchi-jima Island, part of Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture. It’s about a three-minute walk from the famous tourist spot Kousanji Temple. It stocks several products made from lemons, which the island is famous for. The original lemon soy sauce and lemon dressing are especially good. Long-selling products that have made popular souvenirs over the years are the lemon-chan noodles, which features special lemon-flavored noodles in a special-made soup, and lemon rice crackers.
  • Kawahara Geneido Hall
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Hatsukaichishi Miyajimaguchi 1-5-15
    Over a century old, the Kawahara Geneido Hall is the patronized kiln for Miyajima ware, designated as a Traditional Craft for Hiroshima prefecture. Roughly 50 varieties of Miyajima ware are on display in the form of tea cups, flower pots and teapots, etc. You can experience painting, and even make your own Miyajima plate or cup. Three minutes on foot from JR Miyajima Station.
  • Omiyage Kaido (Inside Hiroshima Shinkansen Central Gate)
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Hiroshima-shi Minami-ku Matsubaracho 1-1-2 Hiroshima Sta. Konai 2F Shin Kansen Inside Ticket Gate
  • Miyoshi Doll Pottery
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Miyoshi-shi Tokaichi Minami 4-12-7
  • Takehara Machinami TakeKobo
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Takehara-shi Honmachi 3-12-14
  • Matunagageta Work
    Travel / Tourism
    Hiroshima Pref. Fukuyamashi Matsunagachou 4-26-33
  • Masaki Ya
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Hatsukaichi-shi Miyajimacho 593
  • Souvenir Kaido Onomichi
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Onomichi-shi Higashi-goshocho 1-1
  • San-yo Expressway Miyajima SA Inbound Shopping Corner
    Transportation
    Hiroshima Hatsukaichi-shi
  • San-yo Expressway Miyajima SA Outbound Shopping Corner
    Transportation
    Hiroshima Hatsukaichi-shi
  • Kodani Service Area (Inbound Line) Shopping Corner
    Transportation
    Hiroshima Higashihiroshima-shi
  • Take no Sta.
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Takehara-shi Shimonocho 3260
  • Onomichi honuno irodori Work
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Onomichishi Tsuchidou 1-6-9
  • Setouchi Local Products Plaza
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Kure-shi Takaramachi
  • EntreeMarche Hiroshima
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Hiroshima-shi Minami-ku Matsubaracho
  • Sarada Koda
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Akitakata-shi Kotacho Shimokotachi 415

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There is more than meets the eye awaiting any Hiroshima-bound traveler. Kicking off in Hiroshima city, the Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima Castle, and Shukkeien Garden offer a couple of days of exploring; however, the real beauty lies along the southern coast of the prefecture. There, a series of islands spreads across the Seto Inland Sea: from the mysterious sea-submerged Great Torii Gate at Miyajima Island to the first half of the islands that connect Honshu to Shikoku via six spectacular suspension bridges.

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