1F/2F Nihonbashi Muromachi 162 Building,
1-6-2, Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0022 Japan
Tel.(Shop) : 03-3516-3933
(Opening hours) 10:30～19:30
(Closed) December 31 to January 2
Yamato Tea, Sake
The origin of “Yamato Tea” can be traced back to 806, when it was brought back by Kobo Daishi from Tang, one of the dynasties of old China.
Cultivated in Uda City, Nara Prefecture. Yamato Tea has won prizes at national tea exhibitions.
The drink of sake originated in Nara. Here, you can obtain local Nara sake, beer, plum sake, and liqueur.
You can obtain original Nara sweets made of kudzu (good quality arrowroot), made in the Yoshino area, and sweets made from dried persimmon.
Akahada-yaki pottery, Itto-bori (sculptures created by carving with a single knife), Japanese writing brushes made in Nara, ink sticks, and Takayama-chasen (a bamboo tea whisk) made in Takayama area, are exhibited.
Goods for Shinto Shrines, Buddhist Temples, and other souvenir items
“Omamori” (Good luck charms).incense available here.
Kitchen cloths made from traditional mosquito screen fabric and all kinds of “Sento Kun”
(Nara prefectural official mascot character) goods are also available.
Nara-Grown vegetables and other food products
Yamato vegetables in season, such as Yamato-mana (Leaf vegetable) and Yamato-imo (Yamato-yam) are available fresh, direct from farms in Nara. Also available are Narazuke Pickles (uniquely flavored pickles made from vegetables and soaked in sake lees); Kakinoha Zushi (sushi consisting of a slice of salted mackerel wrapped in a persimmon leaf); Miwa Somen Noodles (a fine dried thin noodle); food products made from persimmon; Strawberries(Kotoka,Asuka ruby); Miso (fermented soybean paste); Shoyu (Soy sauce) and more.
Our dedicated guide will help you to enjoy your trip.
Brochures for sightseeing are available.
Every season we host events in which visitors can join and experience “Nara” through its culture, history, products and so on.
“SentoKun” has also been known to make an appearance!
Right by Subway Mitsukoshimae Station exit A1
(Metro Ginza line or Metro Hanzomon line)
About 5 minutes on the loop line bus “Metrolink Nihombashi”
Subway Mitsukoshimae Sta.