Groceries Spots in Takamatsu Area

  • Doux Atelier Löwe (Kukodori Shop)
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    4.0
    14 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Pref. Takamatsushi Kanotsunochou 290-1
    This Western confectionery shop has been popular for over 30 years since its founding in 1978. Their healthy and tasty sweets feature wasanbonto and rare sugar from Kagawa Prefecture, along with domestic and prefectural flour and fruit. They serve breakfast in addition to cake sets and parfaits.

    ケーキや焼き菓子を売っているスイーツのお店です。焼き菓子がおいしいので手土産に利用してます。紙袋がきちんとしているので、手土産にしやすいです。

  • Hane Sanuki Honpo Mitani Sugar Mill
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    4.5
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Pref. Higashikagawashi Umayado 156-8
    The Hane Sanuki Honpo is a Japanese confectionery store carrying natural Wasanbon sugar confections, located 10 minutes by foot from the JR Sanuki Aioi Station, on the Kotoku Line. For over 200 years since its founding, the Hane Sanuki Honpo has been producing Wasanbon confections using traditional craftsmanship. The Wasanbon, made from painstakingly kneaded local sugar cane, has a delicate sweetness that gently melts in your mouth. Confections shaped in seasonal flower forms, as well as the ‘winged’ Hane Sanuki in cute packaging, make for great gifts and teacakes.

    日本ドルフィンセンターへ向かう前に妻のリクエストで訪問しました。お買い物前に美味しいお茶と試食が頂けます。

  • Meibutsu Kamado Takamatsu Shop
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    3.5
    7 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Marugamemachi 2-10
    This longstanding Japanese confectionary shop has been in business for over 80 years. The shop sells good old-fashioned traditional Japanese confections. The shop’s famous and distinctive Meibutsu Kamado is shaped like an old-fashioned kamado hearth used for making salt and consists of a an egg yolk and white bean jam filling made with choice white kidney beans wrapped in aromatic cake. One of Kagawa’s most well-known confections, they make perfect Takamatsu souvenirs. The shop also makes seasonal versions, such as the springtime Sakura Kamado made with cherry leaves and flower petals; and the early summer Shincha Kamado made with Takase ichibancha tea, the first tea of the season.

    高松市の中心部のアーケード街にある、名物かまどのお店。薄い皮に白あんを包んだ、ひよこのようなお菓子ですが、昔の台所にあったかまどの形をしています。ちょっとシャリシャリした食感が特徴的ですが、個包装で日持ちもするのでお土産に便利です。

  • N.Y GALLERY
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    4.0
    3 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Kataharamachi 1-2
    This district, formerly full of warehouses, is now a multi-complex area as an extension of the Kitahama Alley area. In these warehouses, just a 10-minute walk from Takamatsu Station, are housed over ten shops and stores of various businesses, such as galleries, cafes, flower shops, and bars. This area was developed to revitalize the deteriorating warehouses used to store navy cargo wares by diverting the space to commercial use. The retro rugged ambiance of the navy warehouses lend themselves to a creative space that can be used for a variety of events such as live concerts, parties, exhibits, and more. Many events for introducing creative new styles and arts are held here.

    ゆったりとした座席、落ち着いた雰囲気。ちょっと歩き疲れた時、ふらりと立ち寄って、まったりできます。 わちゃわちゃした雰囲気(?)の今どきの喫茶店ではなく、懐かしい雰囲気で小休憩。 一階で、瓦せんべいなどを購入できます。

  • Okashidokoro Minatoya
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Kotobukicho 1-1-3
    This Japanese confectionery shop, established in 1953, is directly across from the Kotoden Takamatsu Chikko Station. It sells seasonal Japanese sweets and the line of confections from the nationally designated Special Place of Scenic Beauty, Ritsurin Park. One of the most popular items, handed down since it’s founding, is the Ritsurin-no-Kuri sweet, with the distinction of appearing exactly like a real chestnut. The confection has a delicately flavored center of chopped chestnut and house-made white bean paste, to remind people that very long ago there were many chestnut trees in the Ritsurin Park.

    高松港駅からほど近い場所にあります。春の朝日は非常に子ことが良くて素晴らしい思い出になりました。お菓子もおいしかったです。

  • Iwata Confectionery
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    5.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Kagawa-gun Naoshimacho 2310-1

    宮之浦港から徒歩10分くらいのところにある昔ながらの和洋菓子店です。おすすめはいろんな種類のパイです。私はカットされたアップルバイを食べましたが、素朴な味でおいしかったです。海外の人もたくさん買いに来ていました。

  • Shofuan Kanesue Marugame-machi Ichibangai Store
    Shopping
    Kagawa Pref. Takamatsushi Marugamemachi 1-1 Takamatsu Marugamecho Ichibankan Ichibancho East Building 1F
    "A Japanese confectionary shop which has been making warabimochi bracken starch dumplings for half a century. The shop's warabimochi were famously given a Monde Selection silver award in 2014. The shop's abundant selection of exquisite confections also includes ""Imo Kurabe"" sweet potato cakes (also given the Monde Selection silver award in 2014); ""Sanuki no Takara"" syrup made with rare sugar; and ""Uji Matcha ni Wasanbon"" dumplings made with Uji Matcha green tea and wasanbon fine-grained Japanese sugar."
  • Kisaya Motozo
    Shopping
    Kagawa Pref. Takamatsushi Tamachi 5-8
    A 10-minute walk from Kawaramachi Station, this shop sells hand-made senbei (crackers). The exterior is adorned merely with a simple, cozy-looking shop curtain, while the interior is rich with the culture and traditions of Sanuki, featuring old-fashioned furnishings and wooden furniture. The “ototo senbei” is made with old technique—where freshly-caught fish and octopus are dried, covered in dough and carefully baked up. The fish flavor with its aroma and crisp texture will remind you of bygone days. Octopus remains the most popular senbei. Chairs and tables available so you can relax and chat.
  • Sanyudo
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    Kagawa Pref. Takamatsushi Kataharamachi 1-22
    Sanyudo is a traditional Japanese sweet shop founded in 1872. It’s located at the center of the Takamatsu Katahiraseibu Shopping Street. The founder was a samurai who served the Takamatsu clan, and the name of the shop derives from the three friends who started the store after the Meiji Restoration. The shop’s signature confectionery is Takamatsu’s famous “kimamori,” a baked rice cracker candy with persimmon jam filling. People have enjoyed its elegant sweetness that mixes Japanese wasabon sugar and homemade dried persimmons at teatime for decades. Sanyudo also sells sweets tailored to modern holidays like Christmas and Valentine’s Day.
  • Mihara Syrup Shop
    Shopping
    Kagawa Pref. Kitagunmikichou Ikenobe 3746-2
    The Mihara Syrup Shop is located five minutes from the Nogakubumae Station in Kita County, Kagawa Prefecture. Only using wheat germ, mochi rice, and water as the ingredients, the Mihara Syrup Shop specializes in Gyosen Ame syrup. This traditional syrup mill has been passed on by women for over 280 years and is now operated by the ninth generation proprietor. This thick golden colored syrup, still being produced using traditional methods, is similar to sugarcane syrup. It has long been treasured as a cough suppressant and given for as a gift celebrating a newborn. It can be enjoyed straight out of the jar, or used in cooking, or spread on fresh vegetables like radishes.
  • Kaniwashi Factory
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Takamatsucho 2310-4
    This western confectionery shop is a just a five-minute walk from the Furutakamatsu Minami Station on the JR Kotoku Line. The name Kawanishi is immediately associated with colorful fresh fruit tarts. The shop is distinguished for its ever slightly changing confections because they are only made with the seasonally available fruits. The shop owners want the customer 'to experience the essence of the passing year through the delights of the seasonal fruits and tarts.' A popular item is the 10-piece whole tart, where 10 selected various tart slices can be selected to make one whole tart. Among the selections are some that may only be available for a very short limited time like two weeks, due to their dedication to freshness. In additional to tarts, cakes, baked goods, drinks, and other confections are also sold.
  • La Famille Kokubunji Shop
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Kokubunjicho Fuke 828-3
    This French confectionery shop covered in many of the media outlets, and now familiar to many as the ‘golden baumkuchen shop’. This shop, built in a very European-looking style sells sweets made with the most select ingredients in Shikoku. They are very proud of their distinctively smooth textured baumkuhen made with wheat flour, Sanuki-no-ume 2009, and Soreiyu (taiyo) eggs so thick that they will not fall apart even when pinched with chopsticks, both products grown in Kagawa. Ever reading the level of humidity in the weather from day to day, the specialty, called the 'ever vital baumkuchen’ is made slightly differently, depending on the weather.
  • Baikodo Main Shop
    Shopping
    Kagawa Higashikagawa-shi Hiketa Okawa 140-4
    This is a wasanbon sugar sweet specialty store. This sugar is the highest-grade Japanese sugar with a gentle flavor and soft powdery that melts in your mouth. Located along National Highway 11, at this store where the primary factory is located, the skilled workers continue the tradition and art of wasanbon making. This wasanbon is made from a rare variety of sugarcane called Chikusha that is only grown in parts of Kagawa and Tokushima prefectures. With heat, the distinctive flavor dissipates so this sugar can be used even in cooking. The store has a bright and spacious interior where seasonal dry and watery sweets are sold. The sugar confections come in many colorful shapes, and make great gifts from Kagawa.
  • Ra‧Famille Takamatsu Main Store
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Kitacho 2192

    There are actually two restaurants side by side, one is a bakery with breads, and the other is a pastry shop. If you buy pastries, you can take them to the bakery to eat them at the tables there. The...

  • ST.MARC CAFE Takamatsumarugamemachiten
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    3.5
    12 Reviews
    Shopping
    2-3, Marugamemachi, Takamatsu-shi, Kagawa, 760-0029

    Saint-Marc is a good place when you are on the run between appointments, or need to hurry and grab something if you are out and about sightseeing. The sandwiches are fine, and the coffee is...

  • Nogare Hanare Takamatsu
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    4.5
    9 Reviews
    Shopping
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Minamishinmachi 13-6

    第一次在姬路的商店街買到他們家的吐司,那種綿密的口感真的無法忘懷,所以這次去四國高松得知丸龜町商店街也有「乃が美」的時候,就決定回台之前要帶一條兩斤的走!

  • Sanukikashi Workshop Onmai Louve Marugamemachi green
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Pref. Takamatsushi Marugamemachi 7-16 Marugame town Green West Building 1F

    泊まったホテルの目と鼻の先でしたので寄ってみました。和菓子、洋菓子、お土産品、またイートインも可能です。当日は、和三盆のケーキをテイクで購入してホテルで頂きました。小ぶりの大人向けのケーキで、お値段もお安いです。

  • THELOCAL
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Kataharamachi 9-2

    商店街を歩いていると意外なお店が多い。ここは家具屋?違う??と2階にあがるとカフェになっています。窓際席は商店街の人間ウォッチングをしながら、ゆっくりしたり、とにかく店内が広いので座れます。日替わりランチは美味しい、毎日メニューがちゃんと変わるのでありがたい。コーヒーもでるので最高!本当にレトロな店内ですが、お勧めです。

  • ST.MARC CAFE Iommorutakamatsuten
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    3.5
    5 Reviews
    Shopping
    1-1, Kouzaihonmachi, Takamatsu-shi, Kagawa, 761-8012

    サンマルクカフェでイオンモールで買い物の途中に休憩しました!!ホットコーヒーを1杯いただきました!!

  • Dessert Okoku AEON MALL Takamatsu
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    3.5
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Kozaihonmachi 1-1 AEON MALL Takamatsu 3F

    クレープの種類がすごく多くて迷いました!!結構若い子などにも人気もあるみたのお店でした!!チェーンかな。

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Japan’s smallest prefecture, Kagawa, may take up just a small corner of Shikoku, but it has grown increasingly popular with the recognition of Naoshima, its "art island" in the Seto Inland Sea between Shikoku and Honshu. Just a stone’s throw from the islands, mainland Kagawa’s prefectural capital, Takamatsu, holds history in its castle ruins and its pride and joy, Ritsurin Garden, is known as one of the country’s best gardens.

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