Groceries Spots in Ehime Area

  • Rokujiya Dogo Shop
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    4.0
    67 Reviews
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyunomachi 14-22
    Approximately three minutes from Dogo Onsen Station. This long-standing homemade tart shop located on the shopping district of Dogo Onsen was established in 1933. These tarts are made by baking a sponge cake on a skillet, brushing on homemade special red bean paste by hand, and rolling each one at a time. The “Chotokusen Tart 70” celebrates their anniversary, and the castella and sweet bean jelly are all good as gifts. Enjoy the tarts and green tea set in the inner part of the eat-in area.

    昨年の真夏に訪れました。六時屋のタルトも他の御菓子も好きですが、この日はかき氷をいただきました。抹茶の中に、餡子とアイスが入っています。普通に美味しかったです。昨年の段階ではクレジットカード払いができなかったと思います。カード払いができると嬉しいと思いました。店内の椅子がタルト柄で可愛かったです!

  • Ehime Kajitsu Club Mikan No Ki
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    4.0
    38 Reviews
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyunomachi 13-15
    Located near the Yu-jinja Shrine in Dogo Onsen, the Ehime Kajitsu Club Mikan No Ki specializes in selling Ehime citrus fruits and processed goods. The citrus soft-serve ice cream, mikan gelatin, and fruit juice are famous. The Iyokan gelato is an original product only available here. It’s the perfect place to stop in on a stroll after a soak in the onsen. The citrus fruits available depend on the time of harvest, so you get the benefit of always enjoying a different flavor each season you visit.

    道後温泉本館正面から、道後ハイカラ通りというアーケードの商店街が続いています。本館前からその商店街に入って数軒進んだ左手に、こちらのお店、愛媛果実倶楽部みかんの木がありました。 その名の通り、ミカンジュースをはじめとするみかん製品のお土産屋さんです。あれこれと迷ったあげく、ミカンのゼリーの詰め合わせなどと一緒に、ハンドクリームを購入しました。家に帰ってから使ってみると、ミカンのさわやかな香りが...

  • Tsuboya Kashiho
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    4.0
    28 Reviews
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyunomachi 14-23
    About three minutes on foot from Dogo Onsen Station, this long-standing shop began in 1883 and is the birthplace of Botchan dumplings. It is a Japanese-style confectioner that also appeared in Natsume Soseki’s novel Botchan. The small dumplings arrayed on a skewer come in three colorful flavors: matcha red bean paste, white bean jam, ogura bean paste. The interior has an eat-in space, where you can enjoy a set of dumplings and tea. “Hana-no-miyako” contains an assortment of 9 varieties, including Botchan dumplings and colorful “konpeito” candy.

    「坊ちゃん団子」の老舗です。この店の味は、昔から変わらず、私は60年来通っています。私が好きなお菓子ベスト1です。

  • Roken Manto Takeuchi, Okaido Branch
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    4.0
    81 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Okaidou 2-3-15
    This confectionery opened in 1931 in Okaido, Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture, and its most well-known product is its famous “Roken manto” sweet buns. They were originally created at the Institute for Labor Science in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture by adapting sweet buns from China to Japanese tastes, and in Matsuyama during the early Showa period, they were produced and sold to raise money for night school expenses as well as for meals. Their steamed bread has garnered many fans over the years for its simple taste, soft texture, and mild sweetness created using the same yeast that was being used when the store opened. There are many other varieties as well, such as black soybean, pinto bean, mugwort, strained bean paste, and more, and frozen sets are sold as well. Note: Currently closed.

    Normal Chinese bun - ‘Bao’ shop with different flavours but not stuffings. Tradition shop along the shopping street and is easy to find . Just walk further

  • Nikitatsu Club
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
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    Ehime Matsuyama-shi Dogokitamachi 3-23
    This direct sales shop is attached to the Minakuchi Shuzo brewery in Dogokita-machi, Matsuyama City. Visitors can sample and purchase a wide variety of the company’s products, most notably Japanese sakes such as Nikitatsu and Dogo Kurazake, which have been brewed since the Meiji period. Other offerings include Dogo Beer, Dogo Ale, a sparkling alcoholic beverage using local fruits, and Dogo Shochu, a distilled liquor made with sake lees and other ingredients from Ehime. The shop also sells sake vessels and original brewery merchandise.

    『にきたつ庵』で食事をいただいた後立ち寄りました。白壁の蔵のようなつくりの店舗に、日本酒や道後ビール・サイダーのほか、食べ物やグラスなどいろいろ取り扱われています。蔵元直営ショップとのことですがお酒の試飲など積極的に行われているわけではなく『蔵元』感を期待するとちょっと肩すかしに思えるかも。 大吟醸ケーキが気になりました。

  • Tanaka Kamaboko (Main Shop)
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    4.0
    8 Reviews
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    Ehime Pref. Uwajimashi Chuouchou 1-6-15
    This long-standing kamaboko (steamed seasoned fish paste) manufacturer was first opened in Uwajima in 1888 and stands alongside Odawara and Akashi, as one of Japan's three most famous producers of kamaboko. They make Yakinuki-style (Roasting cooking method) salt-only flavored kamaboko using fresh local Uwajima lizardfish. It's characterized by its tender constancy and crisp flavor. They offer a wide variety of fish products including chikuwa (tube-shaped fish paste), dried young sardines, sumaki fish strips, and Uwajima specialty Jako-ten, which is a fried fish paste with the skin and bones included. The kamaboko and Jako-ten assortments make for great gifts and souvenirs.

    じゃこ天を求め愛媛宇和島に構える明治23年創業の[田中蒲鉾]に訪問しました...

  • SHINONOME KAMABOKO
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Okaidou 3-7-4 (in front of Matsuyama Castle ropeway landing)
    This shop manufactures and sells additive-free Jakoten fritters in front of the Matsuyama Castle Ropeway / Lift platform in the heart of Matsuyama. They use fish fresh from the Seto Inland Sea without any chemical seasoning, preservatives, or synthetic food coloring. Piping hot Jakoten bought from the shop window is the perfect food to enjoy while you stroll about. The bones of the fish ground up into the paste gives the Jakoten a great mouthfeel. They also sell gift sets perfect for winter gift exchanges. Their crispy fried Jako-Cutlet is also very popular.

    松山の名物じゃこ天をいただきました。松山城にいく途中に通りがかりはいりました。キャッシュレス対応の店舗でした。キャッシュレスは6月までだそうです。

  • Tamaya Saint Honore
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    4.5
    28 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Pref. Imabarishi Kyoueichou 2-2-54
    This long-standing western-style confectioner is an Imabari landmark. First opened in 1903 they've continued to offer the same flavor over four generations. One of their hallmarks is that summer classic, shaved ice. The making of the shaved ice is overseen by the shop's patissier owner and after being shaken and whipped it stands out for its smooth melt-in-your-mouth texture. They offer 30 different flavors including their Milkshake with the classic sweetness and Strawberry-Milk with the luxurious taste of strawberries. During the winter months they open as a coffee shop and mainly sell cakes.

    ここのミルクセーキは最高です。子供の頃から変わらぬ味。しかし、ミルクセーキだけでなく、苺も、抹茶も、胡麻、コーヒー、マンゴー、ブルーベリーたくさんのスペシャルなたも迷ってしまう事になります。 帰省したら必ず食べたくなります。 地方発送もありますが、是非お店で食べてくださいな。

  • Omogo Specialty Goods Development Center
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
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    Ehime Kamiukena-gun Kumakogencho Ainoki 26
    This produce sales shop is inside Omogofurusato no Eki on prefectural route 12, in Ainoki, Kumakogen town, Kamiukena. They sell local seasonal farm produce, blueberry jam made with local ingredients, 11 kinds of soft-serve ice cream, and processed foods like sansho miso made with Japanese pepper. Their most popular item, Omogo Konjac comes in three varieties: raw namaimo, sashimi, and spicy.

    道の駅ではなくこじんまりとした商店のようですが、地元の美味しいものや珍しいものをたくさん取り揃えています。

  • Yamadaya Manju (Uwa Main Shop)
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Pref. Seiyoshi Uwachounomachi 3-288
    A long-standing Japanese-style confectioner that first opened in 1867. They have seven directly managed branches including in Ebisu, Tokyo, and approximately 170 dealers nationwide. Their manju (steamed bun stuffed with sweet bean paste) use only high quality redbeans and granulated sugar and are small and elegant, weighing only 22-grams apiece. Their manju (steamed bun stuffed with sweet bean paste) with almost transparent wrappings are available for individual purchase and make perfect souvenirs.

    昔から地域で親しまれていた山田屋まんじゅう。 今では全国区となっていますが、すべてはここから始まったお店です。 東京に住んでいる方たちの方が、送るとありがたがってくれますね。 小さなおまんじゅうで こしあんが上品な感じ、個人的に牛乳といただくとおいしいです。 わざわざ本店までこなくても 今ではいたるところに店舗があったり、空港や駅、百貨店などにも販売されており、ちょっと食べたいときに買ってしまうお...

  • Shu-chan Hiroba
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    Ehime Pref. Saijoushi Tambarachouikeda 290
    First opened in 2006, this is Shikoku's largest direct sales depot. Here you can buy and sell fresh, safe, delicious produce at low prices that you couldn't find outside of a direct sales depot because they purchase produce at low price directly from the makers. Along with the expected seasonal fruits and vegetables you'll be able to find everything in this Farmer's Goods-Local Goods shop including meat products, fresh fish, dairy goods, and gifts. There's also Shu-chan's Marugoto Cafe which offers light meals such as curry and hot sandwiches as well as fresh 100% fruit juice and smoothies and soft serve ice cream. You can also eat food you've bought from the shop in the cafe. A popular menu item is the Melon Mountain which uses an entire half of a melon.
  • Ichiroku ITM Group (Katsuyama Main Shop)
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Katsuyamachou 2-8-1
    Right in front of the police station sits a Japanese confectioner, that deals with “ichi-roku tarts” —one of a Matsuyama souvenir. Renovated in 1995, this pure-Japanese-style shop is built in the sukiya-zukuri style and features a large parking lot—available for car travelers. The ichi-roku tart is like a roll-cake, with red bean jam wrapped in delicate sponge cake, offering a fresh taste with a hint of citron aroma amid the sweetness. The carefully crafted ichi-roku tart is a famous traditional Shikoku sweet. You can purchase them as gifts in a box, or as an assortment.

    道後温泉と大街道を結ぶ伊予鉄の路面電車沿いにお店があり、大きな看板があるのですぐに場所はわかります。一六タルトはばら売りがあり、パッケージがみきゃんとダークみきゃんで味が変わります。自分用にはばら売りで十分なので買いやすかったです。

  • Uedaya Honten
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Ehime Seiyo-shi Uwacho Unomachi 2-323
    This Japanese sweets shop is located Unomachi 2-Chome, Uwa-cho, Seiyo City. Its specialty is Keisaku-mochi, a sweet that features soft gyuhi rice cake stuffed with sweetened red bean paste. The name “Keisaku” comes from the physician Ninomiya Keisaku, an Iyo native who studied western medicine under the German physician Philipp Franz von Siebold. Ninomiya is best known for having trained Kusumoto Ine, Siebold’s daughter and Japan’s first female doctor of western medicine. The shop also sells western-style confections such as fresh cream puffs.

    敬作もちというお饅頭屋さんです。でも店内に入ると、意外にも美味しそうな洋菓子がありました。お饅頭を買うつもりでしたが、洋菓子の方を買ってしまいました。メロンクレープ美味しかったです。老舗らしい看板がいいですね。

  • Shirasagido
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    4.5
    4 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Matsuyama-shi Dogoyunomachi 12-27
    This Japanese sweets shop in Dogoyunomachi, Matsuyama City was founded in 1914. It makes and sells sweets including three-color Botchan-dango dumplings as well as taruto, a local confection of Matsuyama that features sweet red bean paste rolled up in castella cake. The shop sells their dumplings by the skewer, making them convenient for eating on the go.

    道後温泉には坊ちゃん団子のお店が沢山ある。 昔ながらの手作りの味を楽しむなら ぜひこの店の団子を食べたほうがいい。 店頭で食べると、お茶を出してくれる。 保存料が入っていないので日持ちは良くないが 砂糖とあんこのシンプルな団子を楽しむことができる。

  • Nishioka KashihoConfections
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    4.5
    3 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Matsuyama-shi Dogoichiman 9-56
    This Japanese confectionery is in Dogoichiman, Matsuyama City. They sell a version of beloved Matsuyama sweets shop Hotei-ya's specialty Tsurunoko, beloved by the Showa Emperor, members of royalty and other famous Japanese. Hand-made from fluffy egg white dough wrapped around egg yellow cream without artificial colorings, they are only available at this shop.

    普通の住宅街にポツンとある昔ながらのローカルな和菓子やさんでした。お店のスタッフである年配のおばあさま、奥様はとてもやさしく感じがよかったです。つるの子というマシュマロのようなふわふわな生地にくるまれたカスタードのお菓子は和菓子やさんなのに洋菓子のようで本当に新食感でした。おいしくいただきました。

  • Uni-manju no Tamura Kashiho Sweets Shop
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    4.5
    3 Reviews
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    Ehime Nishiuwa-gun Ikatacho Futanazu 95
    This Japanese confectionery is in Futanazu, Ikata town, Nishiuwa district. Their flagship product is Uni Manju bun, which uses sea urchin from the seas surrounding the Sadamisaki cape kneaded into the dough. They sell a wide range of cakes and Japanese treats, like the Yotsu Daiko with kabocha squash paste wrapped in pie crust, or the Yaju Mikan Daifuku bean and mochi dumpling with a whole orange inside.

    現在店主は3代目。 ケーキ、パン、和菓子の製造販売を行っています。 イベント(催事)にも多く出店しています。 佐田岬半島(メロディライン)に足を運んだ際には、旅の思い出として、購入をオススメします。

  • Shibata Monaka Honpo
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    5.0
    2 Reviews
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    Ehime Shikokuchuo Kawanoecho 1794-1
    This venerable Japanese sweets shop founded in 1772 is located in Kawanoe-cho, Shikokuchuo City. The shop even presented its sweets to the Tosa Domain. Its flagship product is their Shibata Monaka. These wafer cake sandwiches are notable for the refined sweetness of their red bean paste filling, which is cooked slowly using traditional methods. Other offerings include castella cakes, manju steamed buns, yokan sweet bean jelly, and seasonal sweets.

    老舗の和菓子屋です。 看板メニューのモナカは、甘すぎない餡で粒餡でもないく、こし餡でもない粒こし餡と言う感じです。 なめらかで食べごたえのある餡がモナカにたっぷりはいっています。 お土産に最高です。

  • Murata Bunpuku Shinise (Honmachi Main Shop)
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    5.0
    2 Reviews
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    Ehime Ozu-shi Ozu 183
    This Japanese sweets shop is located in Ozu, Ozu City. Founded in 1624, the venerable shop has even served as the purveyors of sweets to the Ozu Domain. It is best known for Gessomochi, a traditional sweet consisting of a bracken starch dumpling filled with strained red bean paste and dusted with roasted soy flour. They were known asa favorite of Kato Yasuoki, the second lord of the Ozu Domain. The name is said to have been given by Kato Yasutsune, the third lord of the domain.

    ここのいちご大福は白あん。いちご大福はそんなに好きじゃなかったけど、ここのいちご大福を食べてからは、いちご大福がすごく好きになった。書いててまた食べたくなった(笑)

  • La Branche de la Haie Minamitakai Shop
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Matsuyama-shi Minamitakaimachi 1669-1
    This confectionary shop is located in Minamitakai-machi, Matsuyama City. It sells cakes, cream puffs, baked sweets, and other items made with delicious, high-quality ingredients shipped straight from the farmers. At the shop’s attached cafe, guests can enjoy a variety of treats such as their bite-size cake assortments or parfaits made with homemade vanilla ice cream.

    こんなへんぴなところに… と、いう場所にあるケーキ屋さんですが常に車が何台も止まっています。ケーキの他にマカロンや柑橘県ならではの、色々な柑橘ゼリーもあります。すぐ横にはこじんまりとしたカフェもあります。

  • BESSHIAME HOMPO / CHO-BE
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ehime Pref. Nihamashi Gou 2-6-5
    The Besshi Ame Candy, a top quality delicious sweet milk candy, was named after the Besshi Copper Mine, one of Japan's three largest copper mines. They still make their glucose syrup the classic way in copper kettles giving the candy a simple nostalgic flavor. A set with five different flavors including local Ehime specialty the mandarin orange, green tea, strawberry, cocoa, and peanut makes for the perfect souvenir or snack with your tea. With at least one-week prior appointment you can see the manufacturing process. The attached Hand-made Udon Cho-be offers chewy and slippery texture noodles.

    愛媛のお土産店でよく見かける別子飴は別子銅山のあった新居浜のお土産です。懐かしい感じのする包みで5種類の味があります。アソートで買えば色々な味が楽しめお手頃価格のお土産です。

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Stretched across the northwest corner of Shikoku island, Ehime is a nature-rich prefecture boasting beautiful coastlines and a rural center where mountains play host to 26 of the Buddhist temples that make up the Shikoku Pilgrimage. Matsuyama is home to an original post-feudal castle as well as Dogo Onsen, one of the country's oldest natural hot springs. The northern city of Imabari marks the entrance to the Shimano Kaido, a road that crosses six spectacular bridges and several islands, forming a route between Shikoku and mainland Honshu.

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