Mano Kanko Centre

A long-established souvenier shop is the home to historic relics

Mano Kanko Centre is located next to Mano Imperial Mausoleum, and houses a variety of Sado specialties, such as Mumyoiyaki potteries, various sweets, and local Japanese sake. Sado red stones (akadama-ishi) are stones produced in Sado that are highly-prized for their colour, and are displayed at both the Imperial Palace and Ise Jingu Shrine. The stones are exhibited and sold at the Red Stone Garden, scattered with beautifully shiny stones. Meals are available for groups of visitors only, but any visitor can make use of the tea lounge with its view of the Osado Mountains and Mano Bay.

  • Gift Shops
448 Mano, Sado, Niigata 952-0313
Telephone Number
Official site
Payment Methods
Credit cards not accepted:
Assistance in Foreign Languages
Not available
Opening Times
8:00 - 17:00
April - November: Open 7 days a week / December - March: Closed
Not required (Reservation is required for dining.)
Facilities and Service
Tea room, restaurant (meals served upon reservation), inscription stones garden, etc.
Not Available
General Accessibility
Not Available
Transport Access
Ryotsu Port Approx 40 by car
Nearest bus stop
Manoguumae(Akadomarisen Line) Approx. 20 minutes on foot from bus stop
Cars:50, Buses:30
There is a monument to Shoin Yoshida (a leading samurai intellectual during the end of the Edo Period [mid-19th century]), in front of the adjoining Mano Imperial Mausoleum. It is inscribed with his poem, which is a one-and-only of its kind found in Sado.