Gourmet < Souvenir

Welcome! The pride of our speciality products

Please enjoy some of the country's leading agricultural products and specialty products grown in the abundant nature and unique climate of this region.

  • Peaches


    In spring the whole region is pink with peach trees.
    The Sanage district of Toyota is called "Momo no Sato". Peach blossoms are in bloom everywhere in the spring, and in the summer an abundance of peach fruits are produced with wonderful taste, aroma, and appearance.
  • Jumbo pears

    Jumbo pears

    Certified by the Guinness Book of Records as the world's heaviest pear
    Toyota pears are known for their juiciness and crispness, and the "Atago" or Jumbo Pear, which boasts the highest production volume in the prefecture, was registered in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's heaviest pear in November 2011. (Weight 2,948 kg)
  • Blueberries


    Large and sweet Toyota blueberries
    In the Inabu district, the cultivation of blueberries takes advantage of the cool climate over 500m above sea level. Inabu blueberries are big and sweet. You can eat them at sightseeing farms, which also sell blueberries and souvenirs made from blueberries.
  • Wild yams

    Wild yams

    Toyots "Yume Tororo" are popular as gifts
    Wild yams, a speciality of Asahi, are wrapped in straw and presented as souvenirs. We recommend them as gifts or souvenirs of your travels.
  • Eggs


    Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries award winners
    Eggs that were award the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Prize. We sell eggs that contain plenty of iodine. There are also blue eggs and silky fowl eggs, which are said to be the secret to long life.
  • Gohei Mochi

    Gohei Mochi

    Local specialties
    It is said that long ago, rice was cooked until was hard, then crushed in a pestle, molded onto a wooden skewer, coated in sauce and baked in a hearth and served to guests. You can enjoy the rustic taste of the mountains, with the flavor of spices such as miso, sesame sauce, and pepper served up along with the fragrance of wood.
  • Hebo Cuisine

    Hebo Cuisine

    Subtle sweetness is addictive!
    It is a rural dish served in the autumn, with young bees and larvae cooked together with rice. You can see it served as a kamameshi-style or gomokumeshi-style dish at several restaurants. Some people might be hesitant at first, but once you taste a mouthful, you're likely to find it addictive. It is a highly nutritious mountain delicacy that you cannot normally taste.
  • Ayu products

    Ayu products

    Ayu is characterized by its distinctive fragrance.
    The Yahagi River flowing through the city and its tributary, the Tamoegawa River, are the prefecture's premier Ayu fishing spots. They become crowded with many anglers in the season between June and October. At the "yana" (weirs) along the river banks, you can enjoy ayu salt-grilled, as sashimi, deep-fried and in other dishes.