Shopping

Shop for local souvenirs and keepsakes to remember your trip by

During your visit to Japan you may have seen several “omiyage” or souvenir shops. The items sold in these shops are often related to the region or are local specialties. If you are looking for a souvenir special to Kyotango here are some shops where you can buy local specialties like Tango Chirimen Silk, barazushi boxed lunch, various confectionaries and more.

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  • Inaba Family Merchant House – Gosho Inaba Honke

    This was the main house of the wealthy merchant family Inaba, located in Kumihama. The Inaba family came to enormous wealth through a shipping business and coastal trade, which was started using the money earned from manufacturing malted rice in Kumihama during the Edo Period.  The main building was...

  • Amity Tango

    This souvenir shop has a rich lineup of Tango’s locally produced items such as Tango Chirimen (silk crepes), local sake, and crafts. [Recommended Souvenir] Tango Chirimen...

  • Tango Kingdom Shoku-no-Miyako

    Currently Operating with Restricted Hours: Various Shops and Restaurants Closing at 4pm or 5pm Open from 9am   Tango Takumi-an is a souvenir shop located in Tango Kingdom "Shoku no Miyako", the largest roadside station in Western Japan. I has a lineup of Tango souvenirs such as Tango Chir...

  • Tenki Tenki Tango

    With a rich lineup of Tango’s specialty products, including chirimen (Tango silk crepe), Tenki Tenki Tango also contains a restaurant which serves fresh seafood. [Recommended Souvenir] Lightly pickled heshiko...

  • Kumihama SANKAIKAN

    Operating with Restricted Hours: Open 8am to 4pm   Kumihama SANKAIKAN has a rich lineup of high quality speciality products from Kumihama. The shop is attached to a restaurant where diners can enjoy handmade food with local ingredients....

  • Ukawa Onsen Yoshino-no-Sato Marche

    A direct sales market attached to a hot spring facility with a beautiful view of the ocean. This shop has a lineup of fresh, local produce, processed seafood, and sundries....

  • Japanese Confectionary Ann

    Currently Operating with Restrictions: only open on Saturday and Sunday, closing at 4pm   This shop manufactures and sells Kyotango’s traditional Japanese souvenir snacks. Their range of popular items include sweet potato sweets, made with locally grown sand dune sweet potatoes, a series o...

  • Kanihan

    Currently Operating with Restrictions: the shop is closing at 4pm, the restaurant is closed until further notice.   This shop has a rich lineup of local Tango souvenirs, such as Tango’s sea products, Tango Koshihikari rice, melons, pears, and other seasonal produce, as well as a variety of ...

  • Onozin Shoyu & Miso

    Onozin Shoyu & Miso

    We are a miso and soy sauce production warehouse established in 1912. We maintain traditional manufacturing methods, while also making products that meet the needs of modern consumers. We make products which are delicious, safe, and trustworthy. [Recommended Souvenirs] “Jin Zaemon,” the soy sauce p...

  • Tango Jersey Farm & Dairy Kitchen Sora

    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 Toda Fugetsu-do

    Our shop manufactures and sells sweets connected to the legends and the history of Tango. Kotohira Monaka and Tango Path have been enjoyed by our customers for many years, and our new product, the cat omanju (steamed bun), has been popular and references the Koma-neko (guardian cat). We will be cele...

  • Matsuzakaya

    This sake store has a unique, original sake, “Ryuu-guuro Mantan”, which has been aged for 6 months at a depth of 27 meters under the sea, and refined sake “Kome-Bito,” which has been produced by reviving the “Rice Sake Trade” system which supports rice farmers. [Recommended Souvenir] Local sake “Ry...