Dokodemo i.i. Gourmet !

Links to food shopping sites and recipes: seafood, grilled chicken, fruit, confections, B-class cuisines, etc. Enjoy Imabari cuisines full of delicious food!

Ordering gourmet

Sites where you can order some of Imabari’s delicious foods!

Fruit, Juice, Vegetables

Confections, Bread

Kamaboko (boiled fish paste)

Alcohol, Coffee

Processed food etc.

Various specialties

Fruit, Juice, Vegetables

Noma Kajuen
Seasonal oranges grown in Ehime will arrive directly from our farms. We also have a good selection of processed products such as orange juice and jelly beverages.
Shimanami karano Okurimono
100% fruit juice made from oranges grown in the sun and sea breeze of the Seto Inland Sea.
Umi sora
We offer juice and jam made from oranges grown naturally without fertilizers and pesticides. (The next sale will start in December.)
Suigun Roman by Omishima SR
Juices are sold throughout the year. We have a good selection of about 50 kinds of oranges. Sales will start in October with green lemons. Savor it while experiencing the flavors of Omishima on the Shimanami Kaido.

Confections, Bread

Issho-do
Keiran Manju, a famous Imabari confection with about 200 years of history. An elegantly bite-sized pastry (2cm in diameter) filled with smooth sweet bean paste in a dough kneaded with eggs.
Poéme Honpo
We have a good selection of perfect souvenirs of Setouchi including long-loved Poéme.
Ichifuku Hyakka Seiko-do
In the 65 years since our founding, we have been making confections that are loved by everyone with the heart and skills to make the most of materials of Ehime. We look forward to your visit.
Paysan
Our simple hearth-baked bread is leavened in a short time, and the far-infrared effect makes it crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. (Refrigerator courier service available)

Kamaboko (boiled fish paste)

Uosada Kamaboko-ten
Since our foundation in 1871, we have been making kamaboko from fresh fish such as lizardfish, croaker fish etc. that swim in schools in the Seto Inland Sea. It is a traditional handmade product made by filleting each fish with a knife.
Kamaboko no Murakami
Enjoy the taste of five generations in Miyakubo, base of the Murakami Suigun, at home. If you are in Miyakubo, Oshima, please stop by our store.
Nakamura-ya Kamaboko-ten
We have a good selection of products including rolled Kamaboko, dainty fresh sea bream Kamaboko, deep-fried ball of natural fish paste, Kamaboko chips etc. A great gift or souvenir.
Ninomiya Kamaboko-ten
We offer freshly made Kamaboko such as rolled Kamaboko and Jako-ten that people in Imabari are familiar with.
Higaki Kamaboko
Please savor the hometown taste of our Kamaboko.

Alcohol, Coffee

Yagi Shuzo-bu
Established in 1831. Yamatan Masamune, local sake in Imabari. Its crisp taste cuts sharply just like the fabled swords of Masamune. It pairs well with local foodstuffs. We are offering a wide range of sake including sake that won awards in National New Sake Appraising and the Fine SAKE Award, and served in first class on ANA international flights.
Limone
As proud farmers, we have orange products including Omishima Limoncello, liqueur made from organic and chemical-free oranges grown in Omishima.
Coriolissha
The only coffee shop and bookstore in Oshima. We are offering fresh home-roasted coffee beans, and carefully-selected publications and used books.

Processed food etc.

Sanzo
Sauce for Yakibuta Tamago Meshi, a popular dish among fans of local delicacy. Its taste is unmistakably that of a specialty shop with delicious pork and domestic ginger. A cheerful meal like this is sure to pick you right up.
Hakata no Shio Ramen Sanwa
“Hakata no Shio Ramen” and “Hakata no Shio-dare sauce”, both bring out the taste of the ingredients.

Various specialties

Made in Shimanami
We offer specialties such as local confections, fruit and fish.
Omishima Minna no Ie
We offer delicious seasonal foodstuffs, farm crops, processed food, and groceries which make everyday life fun. We have abundant gifts from the rich nature in Omishima: vegetables and orange juice grown naturally without chemical fertilizers or pesticides, natural honey etc.
From Earth & OHANA
The owner, who had run a store that focused on Fair Trade and organic products in Tokyo for over 20 years, carefully selects the best local specialties!

Recipes

Why don’t you try cooking delicious Imabari cuisines?


Imabari Local Cuisines Promotion Association

How to cook Igisu-dofu, Imabari local cuisine


Imabari Local Cuisines Promotion Association

How to cook Tai no Ara-daki, Imabari local cuisine

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