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MEITETSU SHOUTEN is located right next to Nagoya Station. We sell many limited edition local products with a focus on design and fun. We also carry many duty-free products. The stylish store design reminds you of an art museum, and you'll want to take a photo of it. The Nana-chan doll, considered a ...

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Nagoya is one of Japan's three largest cities. “MEITETSU SHOUTEN” opened in December 2022 at Nagoya Station, the center of the city.

If you are in Nagoya and want to enjoy sightseeing spots such as Nagoya Castle and Oasis 21, the culture of warlords and festivals, Nagoya-meshi, manufacturing, retro downtown, traditional crafts, etc., be sure to stop by MEITETSU SHOUTEN!


Nagoya, located in the center of Japan, and Nagoya Station, the center of the city, is well-equipped with transportation infrastructure including Shinkansen, trains, subways, and bus terminals. MEITETSU SHOUTEN has a store at Nagoya Station!

For those coming by train

① 3 minutes walk from Meitetsu Nagoya Station

②5 minutes walk from JR Nagoya Station conventional line

③7 minutes walk from JR Nagoya Station Shinkansen exit

4 popular products

1. Black sesame gravel mochi

A neo-Japanese confectionery with all three features: appearance, texture, and taste.

    A fragrant dish made with peanut paste and sugar wrapped in a smooth and soft gyuhi, sprinkled with plenty of black sesame seeds. The crunchy texture, the sweetness of the peanut paste, and the slightly salty accent are irresistible, and you'll definitely get addicted to it.

2. Anno sweet potato karinto

Once you start eating it, you won't be able to stop eating it, a snack that both moms and children will enjoy.

    Sweet potato honey obtained from Anno sweet potatoes is characterized by its strong sweetness and rich flavor. Because it is naturally sweet and does not contain any sugar, it is gentle on the body, and is one of the snacks that children should be willing to try. Enjoy it as a slightly luxurious snack that you can eat without feeling guilty.

3. Nishio matcha assortment (10 pieces)

Nishio Matcha with authentic French sweets!

    We bring out the deep aroma and elegant taste of Nishio Matcha and fuse it with traditional French sweets. Please enjoy our assortment of financiers and dacquoise, carefully selected from the finest ingredients and carefully baked one by one by our pastry chefs.

4. Aoyagi Uiro Daiginjo Shiraoi

A marriage of the rich aroma of Japanese sake and the gentle flavor of red bean paste

    A special Uiro that was born from our connection with Sawada Sake Brewery in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture. Divided into two layers: Daiginjo Shiraoi dough and strained bean paste dough, this is a dish where you can enjoy the flavor of the alcohol, the crunchy texture of the rice, and the gentle sweetness of the red bean paste. This is a perfect product for a local sake brewery and famous local confectionery as a souvenir.

Nagoya's popular spot "Nana-chan doll"

"Nana-chan doll" has been loved as the face of Nagoya Station for over 50 years.

Its height is 6m10cm! Nana changes her clothes once a week. Depending on the season, you can wear a swimsuit or yukata, Santa Claus or an anime character, and check out the innovative fashion every time you come to Nagoya!

3 “Nana-chan doll” related products

1. Nana-chan's original embroidered T-shirt

MEITETSU SHOUTEN x Nakamura Shoten (Yamakatsu Denko Co., Ltd.) Nana-chan collaboration original T-shirt “Black crest”

    This is an original T-shirt with Nana-chan's embroidery, created by Yamakatsu Senkou, a dyeing company that produces black crest dyeing in Nagoya. A deep and appealing black that has been passed down from generation to generation at Yamakatsu Dyeworks. The beautiful black finish and round white bead pattern are impressive. In this collaboration with MEITETSU SHOUTEN, Nana's embroidery is included.

2. Nana-chan's original parasol with embroidery

MEITETSU SHOUTEN x Nakamura Shoten (Yamakatsu Senkou Co., Ltd.) Nana-chan collaboration original dyed parasol with black crest “Black crest”

    A traditional Japanese craft, a parasol made with Nagoya black montsuki dyeing. A rich, deep black that has been passed down from generation to generation. The beautiful black finish and round white bead pattern are impressive. Chic and modern design. Recommended for everyday use as well as special occasions. As an accent to your coordination◎

3.REGNIE x MEITETSU SHOUTEN original cookie tin

Nana-chan appears on the package! Enjoy colorful cookies

    This original cookie tin is an assortment of 9 types of cookies made by the long-established Western confectionery shop "REGNIE" in Nagoya. There are special cans that you can only buy here that give you a sense of the region, such as cookies made with Nishio matcha and Nagoya-style cookies made with azuki beans.

There are many other attractive original products! Check the event information on the official website! We look forward to your visit.

    Address: 1-2-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture Meitetsu Department Store Main Store Men's Building 1F
    Phone numberTel.052-414-6301
    Business hours 10:00-20:00

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~Souvenirs that can only be purchased here~ We have created an assortment of masterpieces that are designed with attention to design and fun in collaboration with local businesses. The lineup of original products that will excite both the gift giver and the recipient ranges from Japanese sweets and Western sweets to alcohol, noodles, miscellaneous goods, and apparel. ~Special store design~ The interior features contrasting colors on the left and right sides that make you want to take pictures, and the sales floor is reminiscent of an art museum. The ``God Pillar'' with a large shimenawa rope in the center of the store is popular with foreign customers as a photo spot.

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