Here, you can discover traditional handicrafts made by local women, from woolen socks and mittens to belts, aprons, and beaded head accessories, which are part of a Seto woman's folk costume. You'll also find earrings and silver jewelry. The shop offers a wide range of Seto-themed souvenirs, such as magnets, postcards, flags, as well as cultural items like CDs and a broad selection of books. Those with more practical taste can choose from beautiful pottery, handmade soaps, and body balms. The shop also has delicious treats, including a variety of locally made sodas, blackcurrant drinks, dried berries, and honey. And like any proper store, there's ice cream for the little ice cream lovers in the family as well.