Sights in Toyama

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Masunosushi Matsukawa

"Masunosushi" or "masuzushi" is one of Toyama’s most famous local foods. This type of sushi consists of sushi rice topped with fresh trout, which is wrapped in

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Masunosushi Honpo Minamoto

This sushi shop specializes in "masunosushi" or "masuzushi", a famous local dish in Toyama. It consists of sushi rice topped with trout, wrapped in green bamboo

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Toyama Glass Studio

At this glass studio, visitors can watch glassworkers creating their masterpieces, buy original pieces and even make their own original blown glass or paperweig

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Hotel Dormy Inn Toyama

Just a few paces from Toyama Castle, this casual hotel offers its guests a "tennen onsen", or natural hot spring bath. Convenient amenities make this suitable

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Toyama Station

First opened in 1899, this is the largest train terminal in Toyama city. The building includes a department store, food hall and restaurants serving Toyama's fa

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Sushi Ei

Founded in 1948, this sushi restaurant serves fresh seafood and is renowned for its long history. With just one shop in the beginning, they have now expanded to

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Ogiichi Masuzushi

This small shop is no regular sushi restaurant. Here, they sell so-called masuzushi, a large round of sushi rice topped with fresh regional trout and wrapped up

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D&Department Toyama

With a concept of "long life design", this shop sells regional arts and crafts, as well as furniture and homeware, all designed to accompany you for the rest of

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Sato Memorial Art Museum of Toyama

One of two museums on the Toyama Castle grounds, this structure opened in 1951 and houses the private collection of Sukekuro Sato. This entrepreneur was also a

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Hotaruika Museum

This unique firefly squid museum is located directly on the coast of Toyama Bay and is one of Nerikawa City's main attractions. Here, visitors learn all about t

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Shiroebitei

Located right beside Toyama station, this restaurant serves one of Toyama's signature produce: shiroebi, white shimp. Shiroebitei's two best-known dishes are sh

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Sushi Tama

This restaurant is a local chain of “conveyor belt” (kaiten sushi) sushi restaurants. Each plate is designated with a price and at the end, the server will tall

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Toyama Castle

Originally built in 1543, the Toyama Castle grounds have been converted into a public park with free access. The castle was destroyed and rebuilt four times bet

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Toyama Glass Art Museum

A short walk from Nishicho Station, this museum features collections of works by local artists in its permanent collection and, throughout the year, holds speci

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Imizu Jinja Shrine

Located next to Takaoka Old Castle Park, this used to be the most important Shinto shrine in the former Etchu province, now Toyama Prefecture. The provincial ca

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Han Bun Ko

Han Bun Ko is a factory, workshop space and handmade souvenir shop situated in Takaoka City. It is a part of the worldwide trend of maker spaces. You can learn

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Green Hotel Kisen

This traditional Japanese ryokan (inn) features a natural hot spring. Usually, ryokans only provide futons, but Green Hotel Kisen also offers beds. One-day visi