Tokusanhin (特産品) is a Japanese term for specialty food products associated with particular Japanese regions.[1] Tokusanhin are often showcased in ekiben and packaged as omiyage (souvenirs).

Meibutsu Kamado, a kind of wagashi made in Kagawa prefecture.

Tokusanhin are a category of meibutsu, regional specialties.


See also

  • Meibutsu, famous things, usually associated with particular locales.
  • Miyagegashi
  • Pasalubong, a gifting tradition in the Philippines also involving regional specialties


  1. Japan's Socio-Economic Evolution: Continuity and Change (Japan Library, 1996), eds. Sarah Metzger-Court & Werner Pascha, p. 157.
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