A nostalgic retro space from the 1940s and 1950s where you can enjoy sundries while having a coffee and a meal.

Since its establishment during the Tenmei era, the restaurant has been handing down Japanese gastronomy to the present with a focus on wild river fish dishes. For family meals or large gatherings. Enjoy the traditional taste of Shibamata Ebisuya to your heart’s content.

We have been running a handmade soba (buckwheat noodle) shop in Shibamata, Katsushika-ku for more than 30 years. While offering many people the charm of freshly ground, freshly made, and freshly boiled handmade soba noodles made from our own flour, we also have the pleasure of looking at antiques, old folk tools, and old clothes. Don’t forget to buy a souvenir from the downtown area, starting at 250 yen!

In Shibamata, Katsushika, which retains the atmosphere of downtown Tokyo and is famous as the hometown of Tora-san in the movie “Otoko wa tsuraiyo,” kawachiya has been known as the place to go for eel, carp, and river fish for 250 years. We have maintained the same taste since our establishment. kawachiya started in the 1770s. As the number of visitors to the temple increased, farmers and couples started to open tea stores on the side in Shibamata, which was inconvenient because there were no tea stores. Kawasenke was one of them. Thanks to their efforts, we are now in our 10th generation.

We sell a variety of dried foods such as o-dashi (Japanese soup stock), shichimi pepper, and ama-natto (fermented soybeans).

“Tora-san’s face” is the motif of our store design, and our 400-year-old yaki-manju (Shibamata tamayaki), freshly baked hand-made bread, yomogi bread, red bean paste doughnuts for 100 yen, and chocolate egg coronets for 60 yen are very popular. We will help you enjoy Shibamata with traditional crafts of Katsushika-ku and fun souvenir stories.
Happiness will roll down to you like a ball rolls down.”

The Mrs.! This is a store where you can enjoy wearing clothes and accessories (bags, shoes, hats, etc.) from casual to formal, with an emphasis on comfort and fashion.

Highly rated by specialized magazines and the media, the company offers a series of original, well-designed miscellaneous goods that are sold nationwide, as well as the famous Shibamata T-shirts whose designs change every year. Our original products are suitable for both kids and adults. The designer will personally serve you.

The retro Showa-era store is filled with candy and toys. You can also play pinball or the nostalgic 10-yen game machine.

A store where customers can draw and make their own T-shirts. Family crests are dyed on the spot on various fabric products and can be handed over in 5 to 10 minutes. Shibamata limited edition products (Shibamata T-shirts, Dabo Bellybutton T-shirts, Toraneko goods) can be made and handed over within an hour if size is not available.

“We are a hand-baked rice cracker store on the approach to Shibamata Taishakuten. The store was established in Taisho era (1912), and the crackers are hand-baked in the store. There are more than 20 kinds of rice crackers in old-fashioned earthenware jars lined up in front of the store. You can buy them as you like.
We also have a large selection of other Shibamata souvenirs and gifts waiting for your visit.”

Established in 1887 as Shibamataya. Since then, it has been well known as a dining place. Souvenir: Kusadango (grass dumplings) is a specialty of the shop.

Takagi-ya is located in the middle of the approach to Taishakuten, which is full of downtown humanity. The wooden tile-roofed buildings on both sides of the approach were built in the Meiji and Taisho periods. The wooden tiled buildings on both sides of the approach were built in the Meiji and Taisho periods, and still retain the atmosphere of the time when they were first built. The specialty, grass dumplings made with Koshihikari rice, is a gem. Please stop by when you pay a visit to the temple.

We are an old-fashioned toy store. We have Daruma, Kendama, Otedama, Koma, Tora-san goods, and many other items that are fun to look at. Please feel free to stop by.

In 1862, long before the birth of Tora-san in the movie “Otoko wa Tsuraiyo,” when Tokyo was still called Edo, the Ishii kimono store was established on the approach to Taishakuten. The tea sweets and pickles that we served to our regular customers became popular, and after the war, we began operating under the name “Ishii” as a tea store for the good men and women who gathered at Taishakuten. After the war, we started business as a tea shop for good men and women who gather in Taishakuten. The oldest wooden store on the approach to Taishakuten is a 200-year-old building that has been protected and passed down from generation to generation.

Funabashi-ya was founded in Bunka 2 (2nd year of the Bunka era) and has continued to refine its “kuzumochi” to this day. The process of making Kuzumochi takes about 450 days, and the exquisite elasticity is created by the slow maturation process. However, in order to ensure that the rice cakes are freshly made, they can only be consumed for two days. Please try this “momentary bliss in your mouth”. In addition to the sweet dishes, the cafe also offers a set of noodles with kuzu mochi during meal times. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we do.

Located on the approach to Taishakuten, the restaurant was established in 1901 and was used as a model for the movie “Otoko wa Tsuraiyo,” and was built as a set for the Ofuna Film Studio. The restaurant was built as a set for the Ofuna Film Studio as a model for “Otoko wa Tsuraiyo”. We use fresh mugwort for our famous grass dumplings and red beans from Tokachi, Hokkaido, which are cooked in a sweet and light sauce. You can also enjoy seasonal flavors such as cherry blossoms, chestnuts, lemon, and yuzu.

Handmade monaka in the shape of Shibamata’s famous Yagiri no Ferry. The sweet, mildly sweet tri-color bean paste is very popular. It is a popular souvenir.

We are a pioneer in the Taishakuten area. Our original products: Shibamata agarwood, Shibamata sandalwood, etc.

We have a large selection of nostalgic and new items from the Meiji era to the present. Please come and find your own shining treasures. We look forward to working with the local people for many years to come.

“Our motto is to have a cheerful store where you can feel free to sample our products and enjoy communicating with our customers.
Please come and visit us.”

Our store has been operating as a grass dumpling specialty store since the previous generation. We use a lot of dried mugwort from Nagano Prefecture, so the color is very dark and the smell of mugwort is very pleasant. The sweet red bean paste is not too sweet and goes well with the dango, and is homemade and additive-free, so you can enjoy it with peace of mind.

The store is located in front of the Taishakuten gate in Shibamata, and is a long-established tsukudani shop with a light flavor and shallow cooking that brings out the best of the ingredients. We are proud of our “Asari”, “Konago”, and “Tarako Kombu” which are cooked from raw.

We have a variety of tsukemono that will please both local and national customers.

The dough is made from polished brown rice. The rice is made from Koshihikari rice produced in Ibaraki, and each piece is baked by hand over a long period of time. If you have a large quantity, please let us know!

“Our store was established in Fukagawa in the first year of Meiji era (1868) and has been operating in Shibamata since 1934. We have been in business in Shibamata since 1934. The “Ame Kiri Ondo” demonstration held on Sundays and holidays, except in summer, is designated as one of the “100 Best Sounds and Scenery in Japan” by the Ministry of the Environment.
The recommended candies are Sekitome candy with three kinds of medicinal herbs, Anko candy with soft homemade red bean paste, and Kinako candy with molasses made from Yonaguni brown sugar and Kinako kneaded together, which are the best-selling products, and the only candy specialty store on the approach to Shibamata Taishakuten.”

“We are a folk craft store on the approach to Shibamata Taishakuten. With the themes of “Folk craft is nice” and “Japanese color in daily life”, we purchase products from all over Japan that suit modern lifestyles and propose traditional aesthetics and worldview. We have newly added “Magical Sachet that Brings Good Luck” to our highly acclaimed original Money Luck series.
It went on sale on December 21, 2013, and on the next day, December 22, a customer who purchased the magic sachet that brings happiness bought a lottery ticket and reported with joy that he won 24 million yen.”

The “hajiki monkey” has been a specialty of Shibamata since the Edo period.

“This is a memorial museum for , the spiritual home of the Japanese. The dumpling shop “Kurumaya” in Katsushika Shibamata has been recreated. There are also displays of props and sets related to the filming of the movie, a moving diorama, and a
The museum also has a “Enjoying Railroad Travel with Tora-san” corner and other attractions.”

Our sole action policy is to put the highest priority on the interests of the local community, where people living in the community can interact with each other in a lively manner, and our management policy is to hope for the prosperity of all businesses and to function as a “comprehensive lifestyle center” that serves as the “core” of the community. We are working to strengthen our community-based financial functions.

“Shiatsu, masseuse, massage 1,000 per 10 minutes Acupuncture, moxibustion treatment 3,000
The treatment will be performed by nationally certified personnel. Healthy tea, herbal tea and Chinese tea 360~.
A variety of rare tea sets are available. The store manager, who is a certified tea concierge, will consult you on your tea selection.
Come and visit Kazu International, where the concept is health take-out.”

New Year’s Shimenawa Decorations for Sale

New Year’s Day: Four-way prayer meeting. February 3rd: Setsubunkai. April 7: Teishakuten Appearance Prayer Service. April 8: Flower Festival Children’s Music Parade Memorial Service. April 9: Buddhist memorial service for all believers. August 17: Buddhist memorial service. November 3: Water god ceremony. November 12: Okai Ceremony. Annual prayer: From October 1 to December 20. KAZEIFUJI (windbreak guard): accepted from October 1 to December 20. Awarded from January 15 to the end of March of the following year. Recitation meeting: 16th of every month. Recitation: 20th of every month at the graveyard.