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Sankyo Warehouse Sakata Yume-no-Kura山居倉庫 酒田夢の倶楽

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Standing near the Nagasaki Ohashi Bridge, Sankyo Warehouse, built in 1893, is still used as an agricultural storehouse today. A portion of the warehouse was remodeled and opened as Sakata Yume-no-Kura, a tourism facility and collection of shops selling local products. The Hana-no-Yakata museum presents the history of Sakata City and its culture through exhibits and informational panels. The facility has an open terrace and restaurants serving light meals, and visitors can enjoy Tsuya-hime soft serve ice cream and Tama-konnyaku, local specialties. There is also a corner selling seafood products, Shonai rice, and other top Yamagata souvenirs.

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place Yamagata Pref. Sakatashi Sankyomachi 1-1-20
phone 0234221223

Review of Sakata Yumenokura

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2016/09/24 One-stop shop for local specialities, crafts and sweets.
The entrance to the store offers a range of local sakes, some you can taste for 100yen or so. Inside the store there are seasonal and long-selling sweets from famous sweet shops from all over Sakata...
Reviewed:2018/10/23 酒田土産はここで
Reviewed:2018/10/01 山居倉庫の駐車場に一番近い場所にある土産店



Yamagata Pref. Sakatashi Sankyomachi 1-1-20 [map]



Jan.1 Sunday (Shonai rice history museum is Dec. end-Feb.
[Shonai rice historical museum only] Adults 300 yen, over 20 people 250 yen
Parking Lot
Available (27 spaces, large bus 3 spaces)
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, UnionPay)

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Yamagata Main Areas


Although often overlooked, Yamagata prefecture by no means lacks appeal: the Yamadera temple trail through the mountains, deliciously tender Yonezawa wagyu, and over 100 steaming hot springs, most notably Zao Onsen, await visitors. When winter comes, the snowcapped peaks become dotted with skiers by day and onsen-goers by night, while summer brings the celebration of juicy Yamagata cherries.

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