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  • tazz
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Higashitamachi West District 144 Rapidly Arcade
    Here at art gallery tazz in Hagi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, you can enjoy reasonably priced top-flight coffee from their coffee machine. While meant for take-away, there is a table nearby where you can sit and enjoy your coffee.
  • Kurumayado Tenjupei
    2 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Minamifuruhagimachi 33-5
    This gallery, located in Hagi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, is maintained in old houses of about 200 years old and exhibits and sells various Hagi craft such as Hagi-yaki pottery, woven fabrics, accessories and furniture etc. There is also a cafe where visitors can enjoy scones and summer mandarin juice, popular with many tourists.


  • Kusunoki Komorebi no Sato
    6 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Yamaguchi Pref. Ubeshi Nishimagura Okita 1662-1
    "This is an interactive complex located in Ube City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, housing various facilities such as a day use bath fed directly from the hot spring, ""Kusukusu No Yu"", the farmer’s restaurant ""Tsutsuji"" where you can taste regional cuisine with local vegetables, and a farmer’s market selling agricultural produce. In addition, there is ""Ban-nou-Juku"" where visitors can try their hands at farming, and the facility is visited by many people from afar especially during holidays."

    楠の万倉にある温泉施設。とてものどかな風景の中にあり、食事や新鮮な野菜を売っています。 施設は清潔だし、温泉のお湯もなかなかよくて、気持ち良く使えます。

  • HAGI GLASS Art Studio
    1 Reviews
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Tsubaki Higashi Kogenhama 1189 - 453
    The HAGI GLASS Art Studio is the only workshop making Hagi Glass in Hagi City. The Studio was established in 1992 with the aim of reviving the tradition of making Hagi Glass, which was first developed in 1859 by Nakashima Jihei, a feudal retainer of the Choshu domain. The HAGI GLASS Art Studio creates a wide range of products that make great gifts, including pale green quartz basalt glassware, 10-sided Hagi facet glass vessels, etc. The Studio also has a classroom where visitors can try their hand at making glassware.

    昔にガラスの生産が萩で行われていたようです。 その伝統を生かしたガラス製品は優しい色使いで 女性の方にもお勧めです。 時間がなくて、今回は体験しませんでしたがガラス制作体験もあるようです!!

  • Yuzuya Honten (flagship shop)
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Tsubaki Higashi Nagoya 1189
    This shop creates and sells hand-made citrus products with absolutely no preservatives, coloring, or additives from summer oranges, sour oranges, yuzu citruses, which are the specialty fruits of Hagi. At the direct-sales shop the fresh natsumikan (summer orange) juice is popular, while such items for order as the sliced natsumikan, marmalade and yuzu citrus vinegar are arrayed for tasting. During certain seasons, one can watch them make the citrus products.
  • Senshunraku Jozan
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Horiuchi 31-15
    Senshunraku Jozan is a ceramics workshop which has Kaneko Nobuhiko, a ceramist who has won many awards including the Yamaguchi Prefecture Cultural Achievement Award, working there; here, visitors can experience the beauty of Hagi-ware, a ceramic tradition with a history going back more than 400 years. Besides opportunities to view the potters at work and have a guided tour of the bank kiln, there is also a gallery showcasing the workshop’s creations and a large gift shop. In the experiential classroom, visitors can enjoy learning how to paint Hagi-ware, how to shape pots by hand, etc. Meals can be arranged for larger groups of visitors.
  • Gashudo
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Horiuchi 258-37
    Gashudo is a shop specializing in Hagi-yaki potteries, located in the Horiuchi district of Hagi City. Items on sale in the shop include Hagi-yaki teacups and mugs, sake cups, bowls, pottery ornaments in the shape of animals, etc. The “Mugdrip” drip coffee mug that Gashudo sells, which makes effective use of Hagi-yaki's ability to retain heat, has been awarded a patent.
  • Hagi Omiyage Hakubutsukan
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Higashitamachi 13
    Hagi Omiyage Hakubutsukan is a shop selling Hagi specialty products, located in the Tamachi shopping district in Higashita Town, Hagi City. The store has a wide range of local specialty products, including handicraft products such as Hagi-yaki potteries and Hagi glassware, as well as food and beverage products such as local sakes. There is a range of products made using the Natsumikan oranges for which Hagi is famous, and visitors can also enjoy Natsumikan Soft Ice-cream.
  • Saitoan
    Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Gofukumachi 1-3
    Located in 1 Chome, Gofuku Town, Hagi City, Saitoan is a ceramics boutique specializing in Hagi-yaki potteries. Besides displaying and selling works from blue-chip artists representing Hagi-yaki to young ceramists, Saitoan also sells glassware, porcelain, metalwork, etc. Saitoan Loft, which shares the same location, sells a range of traditional Japanese goods, including bags, tea-towels, etc.
  • toto toriatukai nishimura Joy Kudamatsu
    Yamaguchi Pref. Kudamatsushi Nozomichou 5-6-30
  • toto Handling Minami Iwakuni Youme Town Shop
    Yamaguchi Iwakuni-shi Minamiiwakunimachi 1-20-30 Yume Town Minami Iwakuni Parking
  • toto Handling Chofu Youme Town Shop
    Yamaguchi Shimonoseki-shi Yume Town 1-1 Yume Town Chofu Mae
  • toto Handling Yamaguchi Fuji Grand Shop
    Yamaguchi Yamaguchi-shi Kurokawa 3736 Fuji Grand Yamaguchi Iriguchi
  • toto Handling Hofu Youme Town Shop
    Yamaguchi Hofu-shi Hachioji 2-8-8 Yume Town Hofu Mae
  • toto Handling Yanai MrMax Shop
    Yamaguchi Yanai-shi Ekinan 1-11 MrMax Yanai Shopping Center Shikiji Uchi
  • toto Handling Ube Youme Town Shop
    Yamaguchi Ube-shi Kuroishikita 3-4-17 Yume Town Ube Mae
  • toto Handling Yamaguchi Youme Town Shop
    Yamaguchi Yamaguchi-shi
  • toto Handling Nagato Fuji Shop
    Yamaguchi Nagato-shi Senzaki Oda 322-2 Supermarket Fuji Nagato Mae
  • toto, Drive in Michishio
    Yamaguchi Pref. Sanyouonodashi Habu 2216-7
  • toto Handling O Ono Main Store
    Yamaguchi Ube-shi Ondacho 2-24-15

Yamaguchi Main Areas


Heading west along Japan’s largest island, Honshu, the very last prefecture you’ll reach is Yamaguchi, separated from Kyushu by a small strip of water known as the Kanmon Straits, which the far-reaching harbor city Shimonoseki looks over. With water at every turn, the seafood of Yamaguchi is an indisputable highlight, and we’re not talking just the usual fish dishes—the notorious fugu, or puffer fish, is a Japanese delicacy that was discovered in Yamaguchi prefecture, making it the best place to try it out.

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