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Jizake-dokoro Tachibana Liquor Shop sources selected sakes directly from producers in Kumamoto and other prefectures. You would be excited when you see their huge variety of stock. On their website they say that they don’t sell online as they prefer to “serve our customers directly with our selected items”. So if you talk with them, “I love this type of sake…,” they would definitely give some recommendations. Even if you don’t travel all over Japan, you should be able to find your favourite brands here.
The Ashikita Dekopon Farmer's Market is known for its local fresh seafood, nursery and handmade pottery, as well as wine, fruits and ice cream.
Kumamoto's Kyu-jogakko-ato, a former girls' school-turned-retro cafe/shopping complex near Aso Shrine.