JR San-in Main Line, Ayabe Station, short walk from the south exit.
We have a large selection of handicrafts, including Ayabe specialty products and Kurotani washi paper.
Stop by and shop for gifts and souvenirs.
An extensive lineup of strictly selected specialty products, fresh vegetables, processed goods, and so forth, all bearing the Ayabe trademark, are available at this sales outlet, which opened on May 24, 2014.
As part of an initiative to revitalize shopping arcades, a 150-year-old machiya townhouse has been converted into a purveyor of traditional rice-based snacks, while retaining its old-fashioned ambience.
Founded in the Toyosato district of Ayabe in 1967, this sweets shop has been loved by the people of Ayabe for many years.
Since its foundation, this Japanese-style confectionery shop has cherished the unique flavors of each season.
Popular products include Tanba Zanmai, Ayano Ito, and River Yura, made with local specialty ingredients of the Tanba district such as Dainagon Azuki beans, chestnuts, and black beans.