Ibaraki a Land of Charm

Explore the easily accessible Japanese prefecture of Ibaraki, a beautiful land full of history and nature.


Signpost and Statue of the last Shogun, Yoshinobu
(Left) Signpost in the starting point of the Tsukuba-michi Road. It’s about 4km (2.5 miles) stretch to Tsukubasan-Jinja Shrine. (Right) Statue of the last Shogun, Yoshinobu Tokugawa and his father Nariaki Tokugawa: Kairakuen Garden.

Ibaraki is a quiet Japanese prefecture in northeastern Kanto with centuries of history living on in the numerous early-Edo-period shops, or misegura, still standing today. Though it is only about an hour train ride from Tokyo, Ibaraki’s rustic characteristics and incredibly well-preserved historical landmarks distinguish it from neighboring prefectures.

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IBARAKI sense: a place to touch Ibaraki in Tokyo

Ibaraki sense is a shop that gathers the best that the prefecture has to off er all in one place in the luxurious Ginza shopping district in Tokyo. Even the design of the shop reflects the charm of Ibaraki through their use of materials, like warm natural wood and stone found in the region, and each corner represents a unique region of the rich Ibaraki prefecture.

Hours: Shop & Cafe / 10:30am – 8pm, Restaurant / 11am – 11pm (- 9pm Sun & Holiday)
Address: 1-2-1, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: 6-min from Ginza Station (Tokyo Metro) on foot or 3-min from Yurakucho Station (JR) on foot

Ibaraki sense


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