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Yamagata Marugoto-kan Beni-no-Kura山形まるごと館 紅の蔵

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Located a 10 minute walk from JR Yamagata Station, this tourism and shopping facility focuses on seasonal Yamagata treats, delicacies, and products. The building was originally constructed as a warehouse and home for the Hasegawa safflower merchant family. In addition to restaurants, a souvenir shop, and direct farm shop selling local Yamagata agricultural products, the facility also hosts a tourist information center. At Beni-no-Kura, you can enjoy stone ground, handmade soba noodles; Italian cuisine made with traditional and seasonal vegetables; sweets, and more. At the souvenir shop and direct farm shop, you can purchase traditional Yamagata crafts, rare Japanese legacy vegetables, and other fresh agricultural products.

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place Yamagata Pref. Yamagatashi Tokamachi 2-1-8
phone 0236795101



Yamagata Pref. Yamagatashi Tokamachi 2-1-8 [map]



[Souvenir/Tourist Information] 10:00-18:00
[Soba Restaurant] 11:00-21:00 (L.O. 20:30)
[Cafe/Dining] 11:00-21:00 (L.O. 20:30) [Cafe/Dining FridaySaturdayThe day public holiday] 11:00-22:00 (L.O. 22:00)
[Tasty direct selling place] 9:30-18:30
[Delicious taste direct place Nov.-Mar.] 9:30-17:30
[Buckwheat noodles] Monday (The next day in the case of Public holiday)
[Cafe/Dining] Wednesday (In case of Public holiday, inquire)
[Admission fee]Free
Parking Lot
Credit Card
Available (Credit cards available to each store vary.)

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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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