The ANA Group “TOCHI-DOCHI – a place for enjoying local charms of Japan”to open a limited-time pop-up shop at Nagareyama Otakanomori Shopping Center!Further expansion of the special selection to support consumption ofNoto Peninsula regional products at the Yaesu Exit Store

  • The ANA Group TOCHI-DOCHI Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit Store will open a two-day pop-up shop at Nagareyama Otakanomori Shopping Center (Nagareyama City, Chiba Prefecture) from Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, June 2.
  • As a carrier serving at Noto-Satoyama Airport, the ANA Group considers the TOCHI-DOCHI pop-up shop an opportunity to highlight the appeal of the Noto Peninsula and prevent the Noto Peninsula earthquake from being forgotten through the sale of products from the region and other measures.
  • Products have been carefully selected to introduce the Noto Peninsula region in Ishikawa Prefecture in cooperation with the Serendipity shop operating on the second floor of the Noto-Satoyama Airport and TOCHI-DOCHI buyers with vast expertise in regional products.




 ANA X Inc. (President and CEO: Shinya Kanda, Headquarters: Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Hereinafter ANA X) has endorsed the Noto Peninsula Support Special Selection Plan, and in collaboration with Kagamoku Co.Ltd (President: Seiichi Masue, Headquarters: Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, hereinafter Kagamoku) will open a pop-up shop at the Nagareyama Otakanomori Shopping Center operated by Toshin Development Co., Ltd. (President: Shinsuke Kuramoto, Headquarters: Setagaya City, Tokyo, Hereinafter Toshin Development).

 TOCHI-DOCHI is managed directly by ANA X and offers products carefully selected to highlight the unique appeal of Japan’s different regions while sharing the stories of the product creators, and also holds workshops and other events to connect customers with producers and their regions.

 The Ishikawa Prefecture Noto Region Special Support Plan was created by Kagamoku in support of the “For Noto, For Ishikawa – A Call for Supporting Consumption Project*” by Ishikawa

Prefecture that promotes nation-wide consumption of products from the prefecture. ANA X has organized the TOCHI-DOCHI pop-up shop in support of this project.

  • Details on the “For Noto, For Ishikawa – A Call for Supporting Consumption Project” can be found at:

 As the only airline company offering service at Noto-Satoyama Airport in the center of the disaster affected area, ANA X will support the recovery of the region through the sale of unique Noto Peninsula products at TOCHI-DOCHI.

 Going forward, ANA X will continue to work with local governments and organizations around Japan to share the appeal of Japan’s regions through the TOCHI-DOCHI Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit Store. Please look forward to future developments.