Ami Premium Outlets

A popular outlet mall which opened 2 years ago, and has grown to include 150 stores

It’s a prominent outlet mall in the northern Kanto region with plenty of sightseeing spots in the surrounding area. There are lots of high quality products, many of them of American brands.
Business Hours
Saturday ( 10:0 AM ~ 8:0 PM )
Sunday ( 10:0 AM ~ 8:0 PM )
Weekdays ( 10:0 AM ~ 8:0 PM )
Ami Premium Outlets, 4 Chome-1-1 Yoshiwara, Ami-machi, Inashiki-gun, Ibaraki-ken 300-1161
(029) 829-5770


Filled with the power brands of America

The overriding attraction of outlets is its reasonable prices. In particular at Ami, there are plenty of American brands. For the men, there is Banana Republic, Gap and Coach. Along with the apparel of Polo Ralph Lauren, there are branch shops selling household goods such as towels and linens. As well, there are sports brands such as Adidas and Nike along with Theory which is a hit with women. In addition, Ibaraki Prefecture is an area which has a lot of golf courses in the northern Kanto region, so stores like Ashworth and Taylor Made are also popular.

High-quality household goods at a reasonable price

Ami Premium Outlets is also known for first-class brands of household goods. There are the pillows of Tempur and the functional kitchen goods of T-Fal along with stores dealing in electronic appliances. Also, there is Le Creuset, Tachikichi which sells tableware, and Sealy Beds which sell premium beds. The tea shop Fauchon has also recently become a topic of conversation with its opening of its first branch in a Japanese outlet here.

Get into the Food Gallery within a stylish interior

The first thing that draws your eyes is Sandaya Honten with its Kuro-Wagyu steak. The world’s cuisines are here for you with restaurants such as the Thai Keawjai, Delifrance with its recommended focaccia, Kim Kim Jang with its bibimpap, and the noodles of Miyatake Sanuki Seimensho. Independent restaurants such as the kaiten sushi Kaneki and Kobe Motomachi Doria are located in the corner at the northern end. If you want to know about tourism in the surrounding area, head for Ami Communication Center in front of the Food Gallery. There you will receive a guidebook on the area.

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