Gift Shop



Hours: Weekday 11:00 am-3:00 pm

    Sat/Sun/Holiday 11:00 am-4:00 pm




 !! Our shop will be open only on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 

during the winter season (by the mid-March).

    Friday  11:00 am-3:00 pm 

    Sat/Sun/Holiday  11:00 am-4:00 pm

Welcome to the Tsutsuji gift shop, a shop located inside the Tsutsuji cafe. Here you will meet a unique, fine selection of souvenirs - from Naoshima original products to the collectibles designed by artists. Grab a cup of good coffee and enjoy shopping!

Catalogs (prices are inclusive of taxes)

Souvenirs of Naoshima and Shikoku areas










SOLA SHIO (Sun salt)

Proudly handmade in the Fishing Park near Tsutsujiso, this salt will be a perfect seasoning for your dishes. Made from seawater collected from the Park and the natural sunlight.

500 yen











Pan mame (Rice puffs)

Traditional snacks used to be one of the most popular wedding favors in the Shikoku area. Made from 100% Ehime rice.

Brown sugar/ Nutty caramel/Citrus Iyo

430 yen














Olive oil Nagomi

Fresh, authentic olive oil made in Shodoshima, which is well known for great olives. For salads, soups, steaks and fish's all up to you how to use it!

860 yen 














Udon snacks (Fried Udon noodles)

We love to fry all the good, potatoes, chicken, and of course Udon noodles! Made of real Sanuki Udon noodles.

Soy sauce/Curry

430 yen


Udon snacks (chicken flavor)

Do you know what Kagawa prefecture is famous for? Udon noodles and roasted chicken. Enough said, I think.

300 yen

Yayoi Kusama Collectibles












A small (diameter: 5.5 cm)  pocket mirror designed by Kusama. Perfect for your makeup pouch!


756 yen each











Pumpkin key rings

Who would have imagined that these pumpkins would be THIS ICONIC on Naoshima!? But yeah, you will know why once you see them. With this key rings, your Naoshima memory will always be fresh!


1,620 yen each











Pumpkin TENUGUI cotton towels

Tenugui is Japanese traditional washcloths (Te=hands Nugui=to wipe) made by cotton. Can be used as a towel, an interior accessory, or even as your scarf! Enjoy the fusion of the traditional and the contemporary.

1,080 yen 



Postcards (Dancing Pumpkins)

Want to impress your friends? These postcards are exactly what you need. Great for birthdays and anniversaries!



486 yen each



Key chains

I hear you say "They're cute but kinda...uh...expensive, aren't they?" You will be surprised how sturdy these chains are - these heavy-duty key chains will be with your keys for years and years!


Pumpkin (Yellow&Red)/Dots Obsession

LOVE FOREVER/High Heel/Butterfly

3,024 yen each



Plastic folders

Your ordinary office supplies will be accented with these folders inspired by the artworks "Love Forever, Singing in Towada" at the Towada Art Center!


Pumpkin/Tulips/Towada A and B

432 yen each




Pumpkin cookies

This is one of the most popular items as a Naoshima souvenir. Cookies are tasty (Japanese squash [pumpkin] flavor) and the box is cute! If you visit Naoshima, this is what you must get.


925 yen












Imabari Pumpkin towels

There are countless numbers of Imabari towels out there, but you can buy this pumpkin towels only on Naoshima! You will be amazed how well they absorb water from the first time you use them. 

1,200 yen



Post Card (Hi, Konnichiwa!)

The Pumpkins are not the only one Kusama is famous for. These cheerful young girls appeared on t-shirts or stickers - and now on postcards! Perfect for telling about your Naoshima trip to your friends!

162 yen














Tote bags (Body Festival)

Simple tote bags made to commemorate "Kusama's Body Festival in '60s." Put your camera, wallet, and the Naoshima Area map in it and you're all ready to explore Naoshima!



540 yen

These are just a part of what we have at our gift shop. Some can be found only at us, some cheaper than other shops. We also have Lisa Larson collectives and regional goodies, all of which were carefully selected by us. We look forward to meeting you !