Links

Cave D’occi Winery: Makigoya – Niigata City, Niigata
Enjoy the beautiful scenery with local wine, home-made sausages and craft beer.
docci.com

Saka-ya Yayoi – Yahiko Village, Niigata
Located near Yahiko Shrine, you can find a large selection of sake here.
sakaya-yayoi.com

Shasai-an & Hirashio – Yahiko Village, Niigata
This cafe uses the highest-quality ingredients for their cakes and confectioneries. The shop on the first floor has many handmade souvenirs. shasaian-hirasio.com

Kurihara Seika – Niigata City, Niigata
This homemade Japanese sweets shop makes confectioneries that are both elegant and delicious.
toyosaka-tmo.com

Saitama Royal Golf Club – Ogose Town, Saitama
Easy access from Tokyo and reasonable course rates
saitama-royal.co.jp

Utsunomiya Royal Golf Club – Utsunomiya City, Tochigi
This golf course is designed by world-renowned golfer Jack Nicklaus.
jgmutsunomiya.co.jp

Antique Shop Rin & Mohri Factory – Nagaoka City, Niigata
Mechanical and relief production
mohri-mhr.com

Ban-Yan – Nagaoka City, Niigata
An authentic Indian restaurant that is also popular among locals
tabelog.com
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The S Residence – Tsunan Town, Niigata
House of a family that moved to the countryside from Tokyo.
nora-s.com

Karl Bengs Kominka Gallery – Shibata City, Niigata
Residence, Studio and Gallery of oil painter Toshio Ikarashi
kominka-gallery.com

Cafe Yellow House – Tokamachi, Niigata
Take a break during the weekend at a cafe in Takedokoro, the village where Karl Bengs resides. Open on weekends only between May and November.
imgrum.net/user/cafe_yellowhouse

Lighting House – Kameido, Tokyo
Lighting House can manage projects of various scales including lighting, furniture, and interior design.
lightinghouse.co.jp

Ryuto-Ann– Niigata City, Niigata
A relaxing Japanese restaurant in downtown Furumachi that is good for big and small groups.
ryuto-ann.com

yosabei link

YOSABEI– Sado Island, Niigata
Inn opened in Spring 2016. Cafe and rental space for visitors.
sado-japanese-newold.jimdo.com

obuse link

Obuse Winery– Obuse, Nagano
Growing their own grapes without using chemicals.
http://www.obusewinery.com/