Attraction

Local specialties

Mino-Ibicha tea
Mino-Ibicha tea
Famously preferred as the coarse-grade bancha tea used in offices of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Sencha green tea, premium green tea, hojicha roasted tea, matcha powdered green tea, etc.
◆Fine-grade tea up to mid-May.
Fuyu-gaki
Fuyu-gaki
Try the fruit known as the king of sweet persimmons. It has fine flesh that is sweet and juicy, soft and melting in the mouth.
◆Early Sep. to early Dec.
Mino-Ibi Gelato
Mino-Ibi Gelato
Three flavors: macha powdered green tea, hojicha roasted tea, and strawberry. Matcha and hojicha flavors are made with fragrant 100% Mino-Ibicha tea.
Ikeda Chappurin dessert
Ikeda Chappurin dessert
Co-developed with local high school students!
A trembling pudding made with Mino-Ibicha tea.
Strawberries : Mino Musume and Nohime
Strawberries : Mino Musume and Nohime
Mino Musume displays an excellent balance between acidity and sweetness and Nohime is characterized by a rich fragrance: both are delicious and served in classy Ginza restaurants in Tokyo.
◆Around Jan.–Mar.
Rice
Rice

Premium rice: Ibi Itadaki

Only cultivated in Gifu Prefecture, Hatsushimo rice is an elusive culinary gem. It is less sticky than other varieties and has a light, savory taste.
◆New rice on sale from November

Premium rice:Sakauchi Ryujin-mai koshihikari variety

Koshihikari rice is revered for its fragrance, gloss, and firm bite. Here, it is irrigated by the clean Sakauchi waters bequeathed in the Dragon God Legend.
◆New rice on sale from October

Ibi artisanal saké
Ibi artisanal saké
Shopping
Shopping
Ikeyu Hada skin lotion, baumkuchen cake, etc.
Michi no Eki Ikeda Onsen Roadside Station Ikeda