you can eat at Toba1bangai
A wide range of seasonal seafoods gathered by the ama are available, including wakame seaweed in spring, abalone from spring to summer, turban shellfish from summer to autumn, and spiny lobster and sea cucumber from autumn to winter.
Make sure to enjoy the seafood of Toba, where the azure-colored sea is filled with minerals.
Popular dishes at
Kaneko no. 1 store
The only store in the mall that sells local sake, local beer, and shochu. Also sells homemade dried seafood, spiny lobster, shellfish, and confectionery.
Kaneko no. 2 store
In addition to Ise's famed Akafuku, offers various kinds of confectionery and rice crackers. The mall's only store selling Maruten's octopus sticks and cheese sticks.
A souvenir vendor that was founded 100 years ago. Filled with appealing merchandise such as Matsusaka beef, confectionery, seafood, crafts, T-shirts, shoes, and pearls.
Providing you with the finest and seasonal products.
Fine season-specific products (spiny lobster, abalone, oysters, dried seafood, wakame seaweed, etc.) are available at reasonable prices.
A store with a huge variety of merchandise including confectionery such as rice crackers and manju as well as Ise tea, Ise soy sauce, and various delicacies.
Kaneko no. 3 store
Offers a range of standard Ise Grand Shrine pilgrimage souvenirs, including Ise Sekiya pilgrimage abalone and various kinds of confectionery.
Maruta no. 2 store
Sells dried seafood prepared by drying seafood brought into Toba's Osatsu Port on the same day, as well as spiny lobster and shellfish from Ise-Shima
As well as Toba's famous Shell Leines cakes, also offers numerous wonderful products from Mie, such as Akafuku, pearls, and Matsusaka beef