Tohoku Area




Located towards the northern end of Japan's main island of Honshu is the mountainous prefecture of Akita, with its cold winters and heavy snowfall. The fresh ...

Location: Daisen-City, Akita

Language: Japanese, English


"INANIWA-UDON" is handmade dried noodles, and one of the three major UDON in Japan. It’s been 153 years this year since the establishment of Sato ...

Location: Yuzawa-City, Akita

Language: Japanese only

TAKAMO & Corp. Yamamo Miso and Soy Sauce Brewing Company

Yamamo is located in the southern part of Akita Prefecture. The Kurikoma mountain streams still flowing into Minase River bless us with clean, clear water. ...

Location: Chitose-city, Hokkaido

Language: Guided Tours: Japanese




At A-FACTORY you can enjoy apple cider made from Aomori apples and tons of local fresh groceries at Food Marce. You can also taste and enjoy delicious dishes ...

Location: Aomori-City, Aomori

Language: Japanese

Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center

The Aspam building is a tourism products center in the shape of a triangle, has 15 floors, and is 76 meters in height. From the 360 degree observation deck, ...

Location: Aomori-City, Aomori

Language: Japanese


We produce vinegar, soy sauce, miso paste, sauce (including for noodles) and healthy food.

Location: Hirakawa-City, Aomori

Language: Japanese



Fukushima Brewery (Asahi Group Holdings)

Asahi Beer's Fukushima Brewery holds six plant tours each day and receives approximately 50,000 visitors each year. Brewery tours include the ability to see the...

Location: Motomiya-City, Fukushima

Language: Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean (pamphlet only)


Founded during Kaei year 3 in the Edo Period (1850).
Since that time
At Kaeigura, which has continued to brew Japanese sake for over 160 years, you ca...

Location: Aizu Wakamatsu-City, Fukushima

Language: Japanese, English (pamphlet only)

Licca Castle

Licca-chan Castle opened on May 3, 1993, to commemorate Licca-chan’s 25th birthday anniversary. It was established in Ono, Fukushima as the first integrated production factory for dolls in Japan. ...

Location: Tamura-gun, Fukushima

Language: Japanese

Nissan Motor Iwaki Plant

This plant, which began operation in January 1994, is a facility that has introduced the latest equipment and produces the latest fuel-efficient, low weight, an...

Location: Iwaki-City, Fukushima

Language: Japanese only


Our brewery was founded in 1918. We create sake prepared with underground water from Iidesan (Mt. Iide), within what is referred to as the Tohoku Alps, by inclu...

Location: Kitakata-City, Fukushima

Language: Japanese only




Iwate Prefecture is well known as the birthplace of original Nanbu toji. Since the mid-1800s, we have carefully brewed sake in a town blessed with pure water ...

Location: Morioka-City, Iwate

Language: Japanese only

IWACHU Casting Works

This is a theme-park style factory where you can see the production process of Nanbu cast ironware. There are facilities such as an exhibition gallery...

Location: Morioka-city, Iwate

Language: Japanese only

Kuji Amber Museum

The Kuji Amber Museum is the only amber museum in Japan. In the Main Wing, amber of Kuji and of the world are explored from two angles: natural science ...

Location: Kuji-city, Iwate

Language: Japanese only

Morioka Handi-Works Square

This is a facility where you can "see, touch, and create" various traditional craftworks and foods of Morioka. There are 2 main areas: the Workshop Area...

Location: Morioka-city, Iwate

Language: Japanese only


Nambu cast ironware is one of the Japanese traditional crafts. There are many Nanbu cast ironware products. Many are kitchen items...

Location: Oshu-city, Iwate

Language: Japanese only




This is a factory for primarily printing T-shirts. We also design and screen them ourselves. We have both water and oil-base printing equipment, large washing ...

Location: Sendai-City, Miyagi

Language: Japanese only

Ganguan Kokeshiya

Our company manufactures and sells wooden toys mainly like Sendai-style traditional kokeshi (wooden dolls).
These are popular products in a bold two-color ...

Location: Sendai-City, Miyagi

Language: Japanese only


Ichinokura established in 1973 combined with 4 sake breweries in Miyagi. Our basic point is to continue to honestly make good quality products with care and ...

Location: Osaki-city, Miyagi

Language: Japanese or English at a tour.

Izunuma Farms (Izunuma Foods)

[Company profile]
Based on the concept of changing "agriculture" into "food culture", we began producing ham and sausages in ...

Location: Tome-City, Miyagi

Language: Japanese only

KIRIN Sendai Factory

We started to make beer in Odawara Sendai in 1923 and moved to Minato Miyagino Sendai in 1983.
We've made beer for more than 90 years beloved by the people...

Location: Sendai-City, Miyagi

Language: Japanese only
(There are English, Chinese, Korean pamphlets.)

NIKKA WHISKY Miyagikyo Distilleries

In the hopes of introducing more people to the wonders of whisky, Miyagikyo Distillery offers tours of its facility to interested members of the public. We are ...

Location: Sendai-City, Miyagi

Language: English, Chinese, Korean( pamphlet)

Takeda no Sasakamaboko

Our company is a long standing shop, more than 80 years old. Bamboo leaf fish cake is made of walleye Pollack of the best rank and carefully screened by the tra...

Location: Shiogama-City, Miyagi

Language: Japanese only

Tohoku Kogei

During tours we first show a Japanese video about our process flow while serving tea and Japanese sweets. After that, we explain about our products in our shop ...

Location: Senda-City, Miyagi

Language: Japanese only



CYBELE Co., Ltd.

Established in Yamagata City in 1966 as a shop specializing in Western-style desserts. Incorporated in the same year. ...

Location: Yamagata-City, Yamagata

Language: Japanese, English (Video/images), Korean (Video/images)

Furusawa Shuzou Co., Ltd.(Furusawa Shuzou SAKE Museum)

Our company was founded in 1836 in Sagae City located in the Yamagata Valley, between Mt. Gassan to the west and Mt. Zao to the east, ...

Location: Sagae-City, Yamagata

Language: Japanese, English (Brochure), Chinese (Brochure), Korean (Brochure)

Honcho Co., Ltd. (Honcho Picklery)

Founded in 1908, Honcho Picklery has been making traditional tsukemono (Japanese pickles) from the delicious vegetables native to the town of Shonai. ...

Location: Tsuruoka-City, Yamagata

Language: Japanese

Koyo-an Soba Making Workshop

Furusawa Shuzou, a sake brewery founded in 1836, opened its facility Koyo-an, a soba noodle-making workshop, in 2003. ...

Location: Sagae-City, Yamagata

Language: Japanese

Sakata Beika Co., Ltd.

Sakata Beika Co., Ltd. started up in 1951. We are involved in the entire process of making rice crackers, from cleaning the rice to packaging the final product. ...

Location: Sakata-City, Yamagata

Language: Japanese

Toko Sake Museum

The Toko Sake Museum is one of the largest sake museums in the Tohoku region, and is run by Kojima Sohonten Co., Ltd. ...

Location: Yonezawa-City, Yamagata

Language: Japanese, English (Signage/brochure/video/images), Chinese (traditional characters) (Signage)