What to buy in Komatsu(Ishikawa)? Recommended Komatsu Souvenir List. Available at Komatsu Station and Online Shop!

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We have compiled a list of the most representative souvenirs and sweets that can be purchased at Komatsu Station. From classic local specialties to special sweets, these are all masterpieces that are full of the essence of Komatsu.

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The Hokuriku Shinkansen is finally open between Kanazawa and Tsuruga. With the improved transportation convenience, it becomes more easier to experience the hidden charms of the Hokuriku region. With the opening of the extension section, Komatsu Station will also become a stop on the Hokuriku Shinkansen, making it easier to travel to the southern part of Ishikawa Prefecture. In this article, we have compiled a list of the most representative and classic souvenirs and gift sweets of Komatsu that can be purchased at Komatsu Station. From classic local specialties to special sweets, these are all masterpieces that are full of the essence of Komatsu. They are also available in the online shop, so if you want to feel Komatsu through sweets, be sure to check it out!

Komatsu Machiya Library (こまつ町家文庫)

[Complete Collection of World Literature Jam] 1 jar (100g) from 650 yen (tax included) *Varies by type/Best before: 12 months from date of manufacture

Located in the old town, a 5-minute walk from Komatsu Station, the relaxing second-hand book cafe "Komatsu Machiya Bunko" creates original jams using local ingredients, named after the titles of world-famous literary masterpieces. No additives or artificial colors are used, preserving the deliciousness of the ingredients. Packed with seasonal flavors, these healthy jams are perfect for both home use and as gifts.

☆: You might find a jam from your favorite work! If you like literature, don't miss this!
Click here for the introduction to the "Komatsu Machiya Library" (in Japanese only)

■Komatsu Machiya Library Address: 46 Yokaichi-cho, Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture
TEL: 0761-27-1205
Open: 11:00-18:00 *Reservations required for weekday lunches
Closed: Sun, Mon, Tue (irregular holidays) *Please check the business calendar.

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Bakery "Azumaya" (パンあづま屋)

[White Sand] 1 bag (2 pairs) 260 yen (tax included)/Best before: 2 days from the date of manufacture

Bakery "Azumaya" is a long-established bakery based in Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, that delivers "nostalgic and adorable" flavors. Their representative product, "White Sand", has been loved for over 70 years and has remained the same since it was first released. Each batch is carefully hand-painted with cream, allowing you to enjoy the harmony of bread and cream until the last bite. Although each batch contains the volume of two slices of bread, it has a light texture. It is a popular item not only as a bread that can be used in daily life, but also as a souvenir.

☆: The cream, bread, and packaging have all remained the same since they were released more than 70 years ago!
Click here for the introduction article about "Bakery 'Azumaya'" (in Japanese only)

■Bakery "Azumaya" Komatsu Station Main Store
Address: 112 Doiharacho, Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture
TEL: 0761-22-2625
Open: Weekdays 8:30-18:30, Sat, Sun and holidays 9:00-18:00
Closed: Wed, 1st and 3rd Thur

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Yodogawa

[Chadama (Wasanbon sugar, Kaga Bocha, Matcha)] 10-piece stand pack 486 yen (tax included) *Varies by type/Best before: 40 days from date of manufacture *20 days for matcha

This is a popular product from "Yodogawa", a confectionery workshop located in a residential area of ​​Komatsu City, Kofudai, Ishikawa Prefecture. Sencha cookies are coated with Wasanbon sugar, Kaga Bocha tea, and matcha powder, and then baked until fragrant and crunchy. They come in two types of packaging, a standard pack and a box, and the sophisticated design makes them perfect for both home use and as gifts.

☆: In summer, chill it in the refrigerator before eating.
Click here for the introduction article about "Yodogawa" (in Japanese only)

■Yodogawa
Address: 2-96, Kofudai, Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture
TEL: 0761-47-0883
Open: 11:00-18:00, [eat-in] 11:00-L.O.16:00 *Wed~Fri only
Closed: Mon and Tue

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Nakaishi Food Industry

[Komatsu Rinzu] 1 bottle (approximately 6 servings) 1,575 yen (tax included) / 1 year from date of manufacture

Komatsu Rinzu is a popular product from Nakaishi Foods, a noodle manufacturer that is particular about tradition and taste. It is made using high-quality wheat flour from Komatsu, beach salt from the Noto Peninsula, and round potatoes, a specialty of Kaga, and is kneaded with the rich underground water of Mt. Hakusan. You can enjoy the thin, moderate chewiness that is unique to Komatsu udon, as well as its smooth texture that does not stretch easily. It can be stored at room temperature for one year, so it is sure to be a hit not only for home use but also as a gift.

☆: If you want to taste the deliciousness of freshly made noodles, head to Aji no Nakaishi Nadaimen Juku, which is directly managed by the company!
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■Aji no Nakaishi Nadaimen Juku
Address: 78, Hizuemachi, Komatsu City
TEL: 0761-44-8338
Open: Weekdays 11:00-14:00, Sat, Sun and holidays 11:00-15:00
Closed: Tue
*New Year's holiday: Closed from 12/31 to 1/3, normal business hours from 1/4

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Yamaki Food Industry

[Ataka specialty Sekisho Senbei] 5 pieces for 330 yen (tax included) / 120 days from date of manufacture

Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, is home to the site of Ataka Barrier, famous as the setting for the Kabuki play Kanjincho. Hand-baked rice crackers branded with the names of people connected to the area, such as Benkei, Yoshitsune, and Togashi, are popular as a souvenir from Komatsu. These rice crackers, made by Yamaki Food Industry, which was founded in 1905, have a subtle sweetness and simple taste and are loved by people of all ages.

☆: Maybe you can feel the wisdom, benevolence, and courage represented by these rice crackers.
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■Yamaki Food Industry
Address: 45-309, Ataka-cho, Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture
TEL: 0761-22-6033 (main office)

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