Groceries Spots in Tokushima Area

  • Ikezoe Kamaboko
    3 Reviews
    Tokushima Pref. Tokushimashi Saiwaichou 3-100
    This kamaboko (a type of processed seafood) shop founded in 1910 carries a full range of popular products. They are best known for their high-grade kamaboko, which are carefully crafted one at a time with the best ingredients. Fine adjustments are made to the kamaboko to match the temperature and weather that day. Their take chikuwa, a local variant of chikuwa fish cake served on a bamboo stick, a wide variety of fried kamaboko, and fish katsu, a breaded and fried fish cake, have high reputation. Their fish katsu has even been selected by ANA for meal services on international flights.


  • Kitanada Sea Station JF Kitanada Fish Market
    13 Reviews
    Tokushima Naruto-shi Kitanadacho
    This fish market operated by a fisheries cooperative offers local fish caught in the waters off Kitanada, Naruto City, processed seafood, souvenirs, and other products. Located next to Oura Fishing Port, the market is equipped with a large parking lot, making it an easy place to stop by while on a trip. The cooperative's recommendations are Naruto Kitanada Beppintai, a local brand of wild-caught sea bream with fixed net, Sudachiburi, a brand of farmed Japanese amberjack, and Naruto Wakame, the local brand of farmed wakame seaweed. Other offerings include dried seafood prepared by fishermen as well as local vegetables such as Naruto Kintoki sweet potatoes. The attached Gyokyo Shokudo Uzushio restaurant serves fishermen's cuisine such as rice bowls made with fresh seafood.


  • Toyota Shoten
    Tokushima Pref. Narutoshi Narutochoutosadomariura Takasuna 203-2
    Toyota Shoten is a shop that sells a wide range of delicious local products from Tokushima Prefecture, including full-bodied Naruto Wakame seaweed and sweet-tasting Naruto Kintoki sweet potatoes. The hand-made dried fish, which is produced in-house, is especially popular. It is made using fish caught locally, which have developed particularly lithe bodies as a result of having to swim in the fierce Naruto whirlpools; each fish is prepared and dried with painstaking attention to detail. Besides sea-bream, barracuda, horse mackerel, chub mackerel and golden cuttlefish, Toyota Shoten also sells dried fish made from a variety of other seasonal fish species. Eat-in service is available; visitors can ask to have fish that they have just purchased in the shop cooked for them on the premises.
  • Hallelujah Sweets Kitchen (Tokushima Station Clement Plaza Shop)
    Tokushima Tokushima-shi Terashimahoncho Nishi 1-6-1 Tokushima Sta. Clement Plaza B1
    "This Japanese / Western confectionery store is located in the basement of the Clement Plaza annexed to JR Tokushima Station. It is famous for its sweet potato confectionery, made using Kintoki sweet potato, a specialty of Tokushima. The mild, sweet tasting potato sweets are popular as a take home gift from the area. Due to its popularity, it was recognized as an ""Awa specialty"", and has placed first place in the 25th National Confectionery Exposition. Also popular with tourists is the rare cheese potato and Awa-no-karinto (deep-fried sweet potato). The shop also sells pound cakes and roll cakes that are Halal certified."
  • Atelier Paysanne
    Tokushima Pref. Itanogunitanochou Kawabata Wakaouji 35-1
    Atelier Paysanne is a Western-style confectionary located between the Itano Interchange on the Takamatsu Expressway and JR Awa-Kawabata Station. This shop takes great care with its ingredients and uses no leavening agents or preservatives. Its cakes are unique for using Awa Wasanbon Sugar, and its roll cakes are especially well-liked for their moist sweetness. Its cream puffs and cheesecake have also received high marks from customers. Its doughnuts, which have locally grown seasonal fruit mixed into the batter, make especially good souvenirs.
  • Hallelujah Sweets Kitchen
    24 Reviews
    Tokushima Pref. Itanogunmatsushigechou Hiroshima Kitakawamukaiyonnokoshi 30
    The Hallelujah Sweets Kitchen, known for its Tokushima Prefecture specialty and Kintoki sweet potato confections, is run by the confectionery company Hallelujah. Confectionery production can be observed through a glass adjoining the factory to the shop. You can enjoy freshly made sweets at the Blue Note Cafe or join in a sweets making workshop (reservations needed), popular with families.


  • Fukuju Soy Sauce
    5 Reviews
    Tokushima Naruto-shi Oasacho Ikenotani Oishi 8


  • HATTORI Sugar Manufacture
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokushima Awa-shi Yoshinocho Saijohigashi
  • Tsukushi Kamaboko Co., Ltd.
    Tokushima Komatsushima Minamikomatsushimacho 2-34
  • Taro Liquor Store
    Tokushima Tokushima-shi Ginza 14-1
  • Ebisu Maru
    Tokushima Komatsushima Ohayashicho Mori no Hon 6-1
  • Hinode Main Store
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokushima Mima-shi Anabukicho Anabuki Iwade 24-7
  • Momijiya
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokushima Anan-shi Tomiokacho Uchimachi 244
    "Located in Uchimachi, Tomioka-cho, Anan City, this Japanese and Western confectionery store was established in 1871 and has been making confections using traditional techniques passed down from generation to generation, including ""Wasanbon Rolls"" and ""Wasanbon Cookies"" using Wasanbon, Tokushima's specialty high-grade sugar, and ""Yamamomo"" jam made from wild yam produced in Komatsushima City and wrapped in a rice cake. The shop sells confections that make the most of Tokushima's specialties."

    田舎のお菓子屋さんかと思ったら、店内は悠々。メジャーなお菓子屋さんです。 和菓子のほかに、ちょこっとパンも置いたりしてましたが、いただいたのは白餡のおまんじゅう「男狭磯(おさし)」。クリーミーな香りがいい感じでした。

  • Toyotaya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokushima Kaifu-gun Minamicho Okugawauchi Tera-mae 93
    "The ""Senbadake,"" a Japanese confectionery located along Sakura-machi Dori, is inspired by the ""Senba Kaigai,"" a precipitous cliff on the coast, and is characterized by the gentle sweetness and smoothness of its yellowish-brown bean paste; the ""Turtle Monaka,"" which resembles the shell of a sea turtle, is available with green seaweed bean paste in addition to the mashed bean paste."
  • Atagiya Honten
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokushima Miyoshi-shi Ikedacho Machi 2477
    Founded in 1892, this long-established confectionery on Soyasu Street in Machi, Ikeda-cho, Miyoshi City, has been dedicated to yokan since its establishment in 1892, and sells a variety of yokan products, including two basic types, hon-kneaded and with red beans, plus a set with green tea, bite-sized and round.
  • Tani Chikuwa Shoten
    Tokushima Komatsushima Yokosucho 3-59
    Located along Prefectural Route 120 in Yokosu-cho, Komatsushima City, this fish cake specialty store specializes in Awa Komatsushima's traditional "bamboo chikuwa" (bamboo sticks), which are made by wrapping fish paste around natural bamboo and baking it until fragrant and delicious. The shop also sells curry-flavored katsu-ten.
  • Komatsujima Gyokyo Seafood Market
    Tokushima Komatsushima Minami-komatsushima 1-15
    A morning market held at the Komatsushima Fisheries Cooperative Association in Minami-Komatsushima-cho, Komatsushima City. The market is open five days a week from 8:00 a.m., except Wednesdays and Sundays, and offers freshly caught seasonal fish for purchase. On the fourth Saturday of every month, "Minato Kaisen Asaichi Premium" is held, where you can enjoy various events such as a tuna dismantling show.
  • Saoshika Hompo Fujiya Tokushima Ekimae Store
    4 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokushima Tokushima-shi Ichibancho Kado
    "Located in Ichibancho, Tokushima City, this Japanese confectioner's signature product is ""Saoshika,"" a steamed confection made from wasanbon sugar, a specialty of Awa, and a mixture of yam, Uruchi rice, and azuki beans."


  • Okada Togenkyo
    Tokushima Tokushima-shi Motomachi 1-5-1 Hotel Sunroute Tokushima 1F
    Located in Motomachi 1-chome, Tokushima City, this store specializes in wasanbon toh (Japanese sugar) and is directly managed by Okada Sugar Manufactory, which produces Awa wasanbon toh, a specialty of Tokushima, using a manufacturing method that has been handed down for 200 years.
  • Tokushima Prefecture Federation of Fisheries Cooperative Association Processed Foods Direct Sale Store
    Tokushima Tokushima-shi Higashi-okinosu 2-13 Fishery Hall
    This processed marine products store located in Higashiokishima 2-chome, Tokushima City, sells Tokushima Prefecture Fisheries Federation brand products processed from Tokushima's seafood, such as hot-dried salted seaweed, dried laver, chirimen, and suji green laver, of which Tokushima is proud to be the largest producer in Japan.

Tokushima Areas


The southeastern corner of Shikoku is home to Tokushima prefecture, a region celebrated for its luscious nature and the nation’s favorite Awa Odori, an energetic dance to which an annual summer festival has been dedicated. Keeping the upbeat tempo, whirlpools excite the Naruto sea off Tokushima, while inland, dramatic cliffs line the Iya Valley, promising unrivaled views of vast and vibrant scenery.

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