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Genbudo Hand-crafted Rice CrackersShoppingKinosaki OnsenToyookaIzushi
Genbudo uses high quality ingredients and produces a cracker that brings out the gentle flavor of the rice with every bite. These premium hand-crafted sembei crackers are truly an artform.
Bag Café Bar CreezanShoppingKinosaki Onsen
CREEZAN is a unique cafe and boutique fusion shop along the willow lined canal in Kinosaki Onsen whose main trade is original and top quality bags.
Chanoyu TeahouseShoppingKinosaki Onsen
This tea shop is a place where you can laugh and smile, while enjoying a friendly conversation accompanied by a delightful cup of tea. This delicious tea is sourced from local ingredients including dried herbs, spices, and dried f……
Souvenir Shop ItayaShoppingKinosaki Onsen
Itaya Souvenir Shop has a long history in Kinosaki. It was first founded as an inn during the Edo period (1603-1868). Before that it was a lumber business and this is where the shops name “Itaya” came from. “Itaya” in Japanese can……
Iroha Yukata Shop & RentalArt, Culture & HistoryShoppingKinosaki Onsen
Kinosaki’s one and only yukata specialty boutique stocks a wide selection of high quality yukata for men, women, and children. Walk-ins and online reservations are accepted. You can rent a yukata for the entire day, giving you ple……
Okeshou fresh seafood market and diningShoppingKinosaki Onsen
A specialty store where you can enjoy fresh seafood, even seasonal snow crab. Ask about having your favorite fish prepared just the way you want.
Shopping on Daikai StreetDay Trips Around KinosakiShoppingToyooka
Daikai Street is the main street of the Toyooka downtown area. About 1km long, it runs perpendicular to JR Toyooka Station. You will find various cafes, restaurants, boutiques, gift shops, and more here. It is a great place to go ……
Caban Street ShoppingDay Trips Around KinosakiShoppingToyooka
Caban Street, meaning “bag street” in Japanese, is just as the name suggests. Here you will find a number of specialty bag stores that sell, make, and mend bags. The majority of the bags sold here are of the highest quality and ar……
Heshiko Factory HISAMIShoppingKyotango
Heshiko, Kyotango's local dish of pickled mackerel, is a salty pickled treat that goes well with rice. Enjoy our twist on the traditional heshiko. Recommended Souvenir: Hisami no Heshiko (Shifuku)
Tango Jersey Farm & Dairy Kitchen SoraShoppingKyotango
At Tango Jersey Farm & Dairy Kitchen Sora, everything is handmade using fresh milk from jersey cows, freshly produced right here on our farm.
Japanese confectionary AnnShoppingKyotango
This shop manufactures and sells Kyotango’s traditional Japanese souvenir snacks and seasonal, perishable desserts. Visitors can casually enjoy a matcha and Japanese snack set at the café. [Recommended Souvenir] Trio Kintsuba……
Onozin Shoyu & MisoShoppingKyotango
Onozin is a miso and soy sauce production warehouse established in 1912. They preserve traditional manufacturing methods, while also releasing products that meet the needs of modern consumers. They make products which are deliciou……