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Sunriver Shimanto Bussankan物産館サンリバー四万十


Sunriver Shimanto Bussankan, Shikoku’s largest local specialty products store, is located around 10 minutes’ walk from the Tosa Kuroshio Railway’s Nakamura Station. Its location in Shimanto City center means that store receives large numbers of both local shoppers and tourist visitors. There is an extensive product display area, featuring fresh fruits and vegetables supplied directly by farmers in the Shimanto area, dried fish and other processed fish products from fish caught in Tosa Bay, and a wide range of other local specialty products. One of the most popular confectionery products (so popular that the store sometimes runs out) is Daifuku rice cakes made with fresh cream and Shimanto’s Mitsuimo sweet potatoes. There is also a restaurant where visitors can enjoy seasonal dishes made with locally-sourced fresh vegetables and local fish species.


Kouchi Pref. Shimantoshi Uyama 383-7

phone 0880345551

[Saturday/Sunday/Public holiday] 8:00-20:00
※ depending on the season

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Kouchi Pref. Shimantoshi Uyama 383-7 [map]



[Saturday/Sunday/Public holiday] 8:00-20:00
※ depending on the season
open everyday (circumstances such as weather, Temporary closure may take place in case of disaster)
Parking Lot
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, CUP, others)
Available (Not available inside the store, Available outside the store)
Available (Free spot support.
Communication connection may be burned out due to radio wave condition.)
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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