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  • Omori Japanese Candle shop
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    4.0
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    Ehime Pref. Kitagunuchikochou Uchiko 2214
    Omori Japanese Candle is a shop selling traditional Japanese wax candles, located in Uchiko Town, where the wax-making and Washi (traditional Japanese hand-made paper) industries flourished during the Edo and Meiji periods. A section of a wax candle made in the traditional way (which has been handed down for over 200 years) shows a ring-like pattern; with no coloring or decorative motifs, the candles have a simple beauty. These are long-lasting candles that produce little soot and don’t suffer from dripping wax. The candles have attracted a great deal of interest in other countries, and are featured on the website of the British Museum. Omori Japanese Candle is located around 15 minutes’ walk from Uchiko Station.

    Traditional Japanese candles are unique in that they are handmade and the wax comes from a plant, not paraffin. This shop lets you see them being made and you can buy them - they're not cheap, so...

  • Ikushigama
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    Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Kitakawage 618
    You’ll find this small pottery workshop in Tobe Town, Iyo County, Ehime Prefecture. It specializes in the traditional form of pottery known as “Tobe-yaki.” Tobe-yaki is known for being sturdy and handy and its indigo and white dye. This porcelain used to enjoy widespread daily use in the past. The gallery features works made via the “panel alignment” method by Chiyoko Nishiyama, in which several parts are combined like patchwork, as well as elegant vessels made by Kan Nishiyama with techniques used to fashion blade ridges. There are also cute bird-patterned works by Mikiko Hashimoto along with many others. Call in advance to schedule a tour.
  • Enno no Sato, Tobe-yaki Kanko Center
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    25 Reviews
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    Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Senzoku 359
    At this tourist facility located in Tobe-cho, Iyo County in Ehime Prefecture, visitors can learn about the appeal of Tobe-yaki pottery, designated as an Ehime Prefectural Intangible Cultural Property and a traditional national industry. The manufacturing processes of Tobe-yaki pottery are almost all done by hand even today and the most interesting part of the facility is the area where you can watch the master craftsmen at work at close proximity. The facility also exhibits and sells works from potteries in the town as well as interactive workshops such as ceramics painting, hand-modelling and potter’s wheel work to create a souvenir of your trip.

    以前、県外の方が来られた時に一緒に行きました。その時は時間の関係で絵付けのみして後日完成したものを郵送もしくは取りに行くというものでした。県外の方は珍しいみたいで楽しんでいました。ぜひ立ち寄ってみてください。

  • 10 FACTORY (Matsuyama Main Shop)
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Okaidou 3-2-25
    10 FACTORY (Matsuyama Main Shop) is a direct sales outlet run by Ehime satsuma orange brand 10 TEN. It sells a wide range of products that are made using high-quality Ehime satsuma oranges. Besides fruit juice, jam, jelly and ice candy, 10 FACTORY also sells satsuma orange dried fruit products. There are processed food products made using satsuma oranges, including honey and salad dressings, as well as orange-themed towels etc. 10 FACTORY has an eat-in area, where visitors can enjoy freshly-made juice and ice-creams.

    Good fresh juice, other products, too expensive. Nice looking shop, seems like they have a few other locations too. Staff are not too friendly, fresh juice is good, but unfortunately all other...

  • Shikoku Goods Shop Jyugomangoku
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyunomachi 20-23
    This souvenir shop sits on Dogo Shopping District about 20 minutes by car from the Matsuyama Interchange. Featuring the widest selection possible, you can find almost any Ehime souvenir there, including Ehime goods, famous Matsuyama sweets, local sake/beer, sea delicacies, Tobe-yaki potteries, Iyo kasuri, indigo products, and Shikoku-only products—perfect for anyone who wants to see all their options when purchase souvenirs. Recommended sweets include the “Botchan dango” named in honor of Natsume Soseki, and Shikoku’s famous “Ichiroku tart” —sponge cake with red bean paste and raw citron.
  • Takeya
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyunomachi 6-15
    About a three-minute walk from Iyotestu Railway Dogo Onsen Station, this specialty shop sells craftsman bamboo work on the theme of “bamboo and hot springs.” Austere green bamboo “ao yukago” and the delicate “shiro yukago” are bamboo work imbued with the spirit of hot springs—great for flower-arranging. In addition to baskets, you can find pillows, radish shavers, bento boxes and other old, storied lifestyle goods, as well as high-quality bamboo charcoal. The drops of extract from bamboo charcoal are gaining attention for their disinfection properties.
  • Nagaike Folk Craft Store
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    Ehime Pref. Kitagunuchikochou Uchiko 2898
    The Nagaike Folk Craft Store, located in Uchiko Town, Kita County, Ehime Prefecture, is run by Nagaike Shiro, a craftsman conferred the title of Ehime Folk Artisan. Entering the old-world façade of this quaint shop, you will find amusing unique product descriptions. The Nagaike Folk Craft Store carries such varied folk products including hemp-palm brooms and brushes, and sandals that are said to bring monetary fortune.
  • Sukoshiya Matsuda-Gama
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    Ehime Iyo-gun Tobecho Ominami 826
    This pottery is located in Ominami, Tobe Town, Iyo County. It makes and sells Tobe-yaki vessels. Tobe-yaki Ware is a local style of pottery that is a specialty of the region. Their products are notable for cute designs painted in a variety of colors on the milky white cermamic including the classic blue as well as red and pink. In addition to tea cups, soba choko cups, and other vessels, the shop also sells children’s tableware.
  • Suikodo
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    Ehime Matsuyama-shi Dogoyunomachi 13-7
    This pottery specialist is in Dogo Haikaradori shopping arcade in Dogoyuno-machi, Matsuyama city. They sell Tobe-yaki pottery, made in Tobe town, Iyo district. They sell pottery from around 50 different kilns, meaning they have one of the best selections in the city.
  • Handmade Chopstick Studio Yuzen
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    Ehime Matsuyama-shi Dogoyunomachi 6-14
    This chopstick specialty shop is located on the Dogo Haikara Dori shopping arcade in Dogoyunomachi, Matsuyama City. It carries a selection of about 600 types of handmade chopsticks, chopstick rests, and other items. The shop offers a free engraving service. Customers can have their names engraved on a set of chopsticks in about four minutes.
  • Atarashi Ya
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    Ehime Kita-gun Uchikocho Uchiko 2615
  • Herbs & Craft Shichiyo Work
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    Ehime Pref. Imabarishi Kamiurachouseto 4887
  • Iyohinaya
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyunomachi 13-8
  • Kasuriya Honten
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    3 Reviews
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyunomachi 14-24

    道後の商店街の中にあるお土産物屋さんをです。色々なものが販売されていました。温泉街にあるので2100前でも開いていました

  • Ikemotogama
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    Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Kitakawage 395
  • Workshop bibian
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    Ehime Pref. Matsuyamashi Dougoyudukichou 4-30
  • Fuzansha
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    Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Gohonmatsu 885-22
  • Asa Workshop Ryusenkama
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    Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Gohonmatsu 885-23
  • kajiya jizaikobo
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    Ehime Pref. Kitagunuchikochou Uchiko 3572
  • Endokama
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    Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Kitakawage 307-3

Ehime Main Areas

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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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