Shopping Spots in Miyazaki Area

  • Tunnel’s station, Takachiho Tourist Information and Souvenir Hall
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    3.5
    88 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Miyazaki Pref. Nishiusukiguntakachihochou Shimono 2221-2
    This is an undiluted sake storehouse for the Kagura Shuzo brewery, famous for products such as the mugi (barley) shochu Kurouma and soba (buckwheat) shochu Tensho. Originally a tunnel for the Trans-Kyushu railroad, construction was stopped due to flooding but gained new life as a barrel storage facility for shochu due to its unchanging temperature and humidity. Around 1,300 barrels are stored in the 1,115-meter-long tunnel, through which the rich aroma of vapor shochu drifts. At the facility’s tourism center, one can try the stored distilled spirit for free.

    A cool winery, using an old train tunnel to store barrels. Different kinds of wine are available for free tasting. Worth to stop by after visiting the gorge. You may also shop for local omiyage at...

  • Phoenix Seagaia Resort
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Yamasakichou Hamayama
    A sprawling resort area facing the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by the natural beauty of a 700 hectare black pine forest extending north and south for 11 kilometers along the east coast of Miyazaki City. There are three hotels at the resort, including the Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort, as well as a world class convention center capable of accommodating up to 5,000 people. The resort offers the ultimate resort experience, including an array of activities which make the most of the beautiful natural environment. Sports facilities include a tennis club and the Phoenix Country Club, a renowned golf course considered one of the three best in Japan and 100 best in the world and which has been the venue for the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament since 1974. The resort's greatest ever renovation project since it first opened was completed in October 2017, and the renewed Seagaia offers value and experiences you'll find no place else, in every aspect from vast, beautiful locations; to facilities and touches which enhance your enjoyment of the same; to stunning hospitality.
  • Tokusan Center Gokase
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    4 Reviews
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Nishiusuki-gun Gokase Cho
    This local specialty products center is situated on the border between Miyazaki Prefecture and Kumamoto Prefecture. The compact facility stands on National Route 218 and sells specialty products from Gokase Town and vegetables picked that very morning and brought in directly by area farmers. The center also has a restaurant in the back where you can enjoy Gokase soba and udon noodles topped with edible wild plants, local vegetables, and a whole kanroni sweet glazed yamame trout. The center is a place where visitors can obtain summer strawberries and bell peppers, local Gokase specialty products; kamairicha (pan-fried green tea); Gokase wines; and many other examples of the abundant variety of foods produced in Gokase Town.

    国道218号沿いで熊本県との県境にある小さな道の駅のような施設で、地元産野菜や加工品を販売する産直コーナーのほか、食事処もありました。やまめの甘露煮、釜炒り茶、乾燥椎茸など、山里らしい素朴な品物がされていました。

  • Kihachi no Kura
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    4 Reviews
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Nishiusuki-gun Takachiho Cho Mitai 1099-1
    "This farmers market bears a sign which states that it is the most difficult to find restaurant and farmers market in Japan. Located in the Takachiho Gamadase Market, the facility consists of a restaurant, tourist information center, and farmers market. ""Gamadase"" means ""to work spiritedly"" in the local dialect. The market's wide selection includes farm-fresh produce from Takachiho, and foods made with Takachiho specialty products. A large number of signs with recipes written on them have been hung in the local vegetable area. The carefully written recipes were created by the staff to help people learn local ways of preparing these vegetables."

    レタスやチンゲン菜、トマトなど新鮮な野菜が豊富に揃っていました。また、里芋やダイコンのほか、干しシイタケなど山里らしい農産物も並んでいました。

  • Mimata Town Product Shop, Yokamonya
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    4 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Miyazaki Pref. Kitamorokatagunmimatachou Kabayama 4421-22
    Fresh vegetables and specialty products can be purchased at the product shop in the Mimata Town Industrial Hall. A morning market called “Mimatan Ekimae-Yokamon Market” is also held in the parking lot on the fourth Sunday of every month and it is often used as a place for the locals to interact. Rental bicycles are also available and can be used for sightseeing in the area.

    JR日豊線の都城駅の隣の駅が三股駅。そこにある三股町物産館よかもんやです。地元産の野菜、果物、米、肉製品、菓子など各種食品、園芸品などいろいろあり、道の駅によくある地元の産直市場ですが、ここは道の駅ではなく、JRの駅構内です。 駐車スペースはたくさんあるので、ドライブの方も気楽によることができます。

  • Cheese Manju Shop Warabe
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    4.0
    9 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Daiouchou 38-1
    A Japanese confection shop located in Daiocho, Miyazaki City, Miyazaki Prefecture renowned for its cheese manju buns, a famed sweet from Miyazaki. The shop’s cheese manju grew in popularity after becoming a favorite souvenir for cabin attendants to bring back from flights to the area and Warabe has even been featured in various media. Distinguished by a crisp and simple crust made with margarine, sugar, and flour, these sweet manju buns are filled with cream cheese in place of the standard red bean paste. Made entirely by hand, Warabe frequently sells out its stock early in the day. If you absolutely want to get your hands on a Warabe cheese manju, be sure to make a reservation in advance.

    7日から10日の賞味期限、真空パックでさらに賞味期限を長くしたチーズ饅頭が出回る中、わらべのチーズ饅頭は、「要冷蔵で3日間」、「その日作ったものをその日のうちに召し上がっていただく」ことをモットーに販売を続けているチーズ饅頭の専門店さんです。この品質へのこだわりから、発送は一切行っていないため、通常、現地以外では食べる事が難しいレアな逸品。加えて、1個140円という普段着で楽しめるポジションを守り...

  • Okashinohidaka Honten
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Tachibanadorinishi 2-7-25
    This Japanese sweet shop is famous for its specialty, the nanjakora daifuku (what the heck is this daifuku). The nanjakora daifuku is coarse sweet red bean paste, Japanese chestnut paste, strawberries, and cream cheese wrapped in gyuhi, a type of rice dough. Its uniqueness brought it wild popularity and now the shop also offers a nanjakora choux, a creampuff made with Ogura cream, Japanese chestnut paste, strawberries, and cheese. The cheese manju steamed buns, a Miyazaki favorite, are also popular.
  • Miyazaki Products Shop KONNE
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Miyatachou 1-6 Prefectural Office 8F 1F
    A shop selling local Miyazaki products located on the first floor of Miyazaki Prefectural Government Office Building 8. The shop sells Miyazaki specialties such as local grilled chicken skewers, hyuganatsu pudding, and ripe mango juice; as well as shochu, local beers, and other liquors; and crafts like kagura masks. You can also sample foods and purchase tickets to performances here, making it the perfect place to find a souvenir. A 15-minute walk from Miyazaki Station. If traveling by car, you can park in the prefectural office’s number 1 or 2 visitor parking lot.
  • Gokase Winery
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Pref. Nishiusukigungokasechou Kuwanouchi 4847-1
    This winery is located about 60 meters above sea level in Gokase Town, Nishiusuki County, Miyazaki Prefecture. “Gokase wine”, made from 100% local grapes, is popular for its fresh flavors. The winery, located in a vast area where you can experience the nature of Aso, also offers a buffet-style restaurant based mainly on the idea of local production for local consumption. Various events such as the winery harvest festival are also held here.
  • Kirishima Shuzo Co., Ltd. Kirinokura Bakery
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    11 Reviews
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Pref. Miyakonojoushi Shibitachou 5480
    A bread bakery located in Kirishima Factory Garden. The shop's popular soft, flavorful breads are made with shochu moromi fermenting mash, a byproduct of making shochu. The shop's many windows pour light into the shop, and in the adjoining cafe space, customers can enjoy the shop's breads and fresh baked pizzas. Note that this popular establishment closes up shop when its stock for the day runs out.

    This bakery is part of the Kirishima Factory Garden complex. Its a western style bakery but filled with masses of fresh breads and pastries baked fresh daily. Its possible to sit in their...

  • Fruit Ohno
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    4.0
    47 Reviews
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Chuoudori 1-22
    Fruit Ohno was established in 1982, and its parfaits, which use special fruits from Miyazaki, are very popular. There are a number of parfaits on the menu that can only be found in this particular store, including items that are only available during certain seasons. Customers can freely choose their own toppings to go with the soft-serve ice cream. The store is approximately 15 minutes on foot from the JR Miyazaki Station.

    夜行ったので少し治安の悪い道を歩きましたが、、お店はフルーツがたくさんでパフェかなり美味しかったです。しらないフルーツもたくさん乗っていました。

  • Kitaura Rinkai Park Kitaurara Umi Ichiba
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Nobeoka-shi Kitauramachi Furue 2501-60
    A direct sales store and restaurant in Furue, Nobeoka City. Beginning with fresh seafood from Kitaura, they sell fishery products and local products at direct sale prices. In the restaurant, in addition to a la carte menu such as set meals and the rice bowls using the bounty of the sea , the seafood buffet with sashimi and sushi is popular.

    海鮮バイキングのようなランチをやってましたが、味と種類が貧弱でコスパは悪かった。周りに良い店が沢山あるのでわざわざ寄るほどではないかな。

  • Oosakaya
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Tachibanadorinishi 3-2-26
    "A liquor store along Tachibana-dori Avenue in Tachibana-dori-nishi 3-Chome, Miyazaki City. They deal in roughly 400 types of genuine Miyazaki shochu. That includes a wide variety of styles, such as raw sake, long-term brewed, unfiltered, and a variety of starting materials, such as potato, wheat, rice, soba, and chestnut. There is also the popular ""GOSSO"", an original package with 160-milileter bottles filled with shochu from each brewer in Miyazaki."
  • Hamada Suisan
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Takasucho 1-2
    "A Chirimenjako (dried young sardines) specialty store located in Takasu Town , Miyazaki City. It is a long-established store founded in 1915 that handles everything, from fishing to processing sardines. Additive-free Chirimen-jako made by the traditional sun-drying method ""Hamachiri,"" peppered chirimen-jako, ""Minesanshou"" and preservable chirimen-jako tsukudani (boiled down in sweetened soy sauce) ""Hamada-ni"" are available for purchase."
  • Jukoan
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Matsubashi 2-1-30
    "This Japanese and Western confectionery shop is located on Matsubashi-dori Street, Matsubashi 2 Chome, Miyazaki City. The popular ""Cafe Mocchi,"" is a dish of rice cake stuffed with cafe au lait flavored bean paste and fresh cream. The company also manufactures and sells various sweets such as daifuku (a soft round rice cake stuffed with sweet bean jam), puddings and wafer cakes using ingredients from Miyazaki prefecture such as mangoes and citrus."
  • Japanese Sweets Tokiwaya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Aoshima 2-1-19
    "This Uiro (sweet rice jelly) specialty store is on the Aoshima Highway in Aoshima 2 Chome, Miyazaki City. It manufactures the local specialty ""Aoshima Uiro,"" a simple dish of steamed dough with rice flour and sugared hot water. Two types, black and white, made from different types of sugar, are sold."
  • Cake Factory Yamauchi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Shimanouchi 2263-2
    This Western confectionary shop is situated along National Route 10 in Shimanouchi, Miyazaki City. The shop sells sponge cake, roll cakes, and other cakes, fresh confections, baked sweets, and also dorayaki (red bean pancake) and other Japanese confections. The shop also sells exquisitely smooth puddings and strawberry daifuku rice cakes filled with custard.
  • Oshikawa Shungetsudo Kawanami Main Store
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Miyazaki Koyu-gun Kawaminamicho Kawaminami 13675-24
    "This Japanese and Western confectionary shop was originally established as a solely Japanese confectionary shop in 1926, the year the ""sugar license"" system was introduced. Dedicated to the concept of expressing the very essence of Miyazaki Prefecture, the place where the owner was born and raised, through confections, the shop continues to make history-leaden, traditional Japanese confections alongside novel new Western confections. The shop's signature product is its no bake cheese cake, which has just the right amount of cheesy flavor and a novel texture like smooth whipped cream, requiring you to eat it with a spoon. Made with an abundance of world-famous Buko cheese from Denmark, it's not unusual for the shop to completely sell out of this cheesecake by mid-morning."

    宮崎の旅の途中、生チーズケーキなど全国的にも知られる洋菓子を作る本店に立ち寄りました。国道10号線から、川南町の中心部に入る古くからのメインストリートであるトロントロン通りにある1926年からお菓子を作り続けているお店でした。 ホームページでは押川春月堂となっていましたが、お店外観は、洋菓子ブランドのパティスリー...

  • JA Saito Farmers' Market Itchaga Hiroba
    Shopping
    Miyazaki Saito Ichimiyake 9386
    "This farmers market is operated by the Saito Agricultural Cooperative. The market carries an abundance of local specialty products and seasonal ingredients from Saito and Nishimera; Japanese deli-style foods made with these ingredients; and other agricultural products such as fruits and flowers. ""Itchaga"" means ""it's good"" in the local Miyazaki dialect, and the market was built based on the desire to help people purchase wonderful products safely and with peace of mind. Serving as a bridge between producers and consumers, the market holds a variety of events, such as a morning market every third Saturday of the month, special gift events, and rock-paper-scissor rallies in which the winners can get prizes."
  • Mizunoya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Miyazaki Saito Nakazuma 1-12
    This Japanese confectionary shop was established in 1913. The shop continues to make old-fashioned Japanese sweets which emphasize tradition, as well as creative Western-style Japanese confections which explore new possibilities. The famous Joan Monaka wafer cakes containing four varieties of fillings sandwiched between toasty wafers are the shop's most-well known sweets. Customers can enjoy the unique characteristics of each filling -coarse and smooth types of sweet bean paste made with azuki beans from Hokkaido and Bicchu in Okayama; matcha paste made with quality green tea from Kyoto; and yuzu paste made with an abundance of yuzu citrus fruits from Saito City's Shiromi. The Kuromame Bolo, black soybean paste wrapped in a cookie crust made with plenty of honey, are also popular.

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An unmissable highlight of Kyushu, Miyazaki prefecture satisfies nature lovers with its dramatic gorges cut out of rugged cliffs, leading into waterfalls and beaches of green-blue water popular among surfers. Takachiho Gorge in the north of the prefecture tells a tale of centuries-old Japanese mythology in a fantastic setting, allowing visitors to explore the waters by boat before heading up to the cave at the Awano Iwato Shrine, where the sun goddess was said to have hidden, plunging the world into darkness.

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