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  • Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's Lobby Lounge Le Jardin
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Sekiguchi 2-10-8 Hotel Chinzan-so Tokyo 3rd floor
    This restaurant and lounge is in Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's lobby. Four different menus are available depending on the time of day. In the afternoon you can enjoy an authentic British teatime with a 3-level sandwich tray and baked pastries. Roast beef is served at dinner time, and a variety of champagnes with a snack are available during the premium champagne hour.
  • Hirome Market
    11 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kouchi Pref. Kouchishi Obiyamachi 2-3-1
    Located in 2-chome, Obiya-machi, Kochi City, Hirome Market is a large food market containing food stalls and other small shops. The large number of food stalls includes places offering local Tosa dishes, as well as a wide range of other cuisine including standard Japanese food, Chinese food, Italian food, Indian food, etc. Diners order their food from the food stalls and then take it to eat in the shared central dining area. There are also shops selling local souvenirs, massage providers, etc., making this a great place for shopping or relaxation. The walkways and eating areas within the Market have been given the names of famous spots in Kochi Prefecture, such as Ryoma Street, O-Joka Square (Castle Town Square), Igosso Lane, etc.

    After visiting the Kochi Castle we stopped by the Hirome-Ichiba Market and found a small noodle stand that we think is run by a husband/wife duo. No tables, just an "L" shaped counter that circles...

  • Demachi Futaba
    371 Reviews
    Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto-shi, Kamigyo-ku Ichimachi-dori Imadegawa Kamiru Aerosecho 236
    Located along Kawara-machi Street, this Japanese confectioner was founded in 1899. Their famous “nadai mamemochi” features red bean jam and red peas wrapped in freshly-made mochi. It has been around since the founding, and is a standard Kyoto souvenir, popular enough to see people lining up to get some.

    Went here because its the model store for Tamako Market. There is no queue when we went there. There's a lot of mochi disolayed. We only tried the mame daifuku , unfortunately we did not like it but...

  • es koyama
    Hyougo Pref. Sandashi Yurinokidai 5-32-1
    "A Western confectionary shop located a 10-minute drive from JR Shin-Sanda Station on the Fukuchiyama Line. The shop's most popular item is the ""Koyama Roll,"" a roll cake which was created during the grand champion tournament on TV Tokyo's ""TV Champion."" Created based on the idea that ""simple is best,"" the cake consists of rich whipped cream mixed with a touch of custard and wrapped in a carefully air-fluffed sponge cake. This tasty treat is further accented with a mildly sweet chestnut compote. The shop also offers other select Western-style sweets lovingly crafted by the shop's chef such as baumkuchen."
  • Nagai Shokudo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Gunma Pref. Shibukawashi Kamishiroi 4477-1
    Billed as reasonable, fast and tasty motsuni dishes, the Nagai Shokudo eatery along National Route 17 in Shibukawa City, Gunma Prefecture. This eatery was originally a stop for long distance truck drivers and bikers. However, due to its recent popularity from nationally televised variety shows, visitors come now from all over Japan. The motsuni dish with chitterling stewed in rich miso-based broth and the Gunma specialty konjac jelly is full of nutrition. The motsuni is also gift packaged and sold at the shop, or in their vending machines.
  • Rikuro Ojisan no Mise (Namba Main Shop)
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Namba 3-2-28
    This is a cheesecake specialty shop located in the Ebisubashi-suji shopping district near the Namba Station on the Midosuji Subway Line. The cheesecake with a base scattered with raisins soaked in homemade syrup, is baked in the kitchen in the store to provide customers with freshly baked cakes at all times. There is an eat-in space on the first floor and Riku Cafe ROOM is on the second and third floor. In the cafe, customers can enjoy freshly baked cake and sweets with originally blended coffee and tea.
  • Pelican
    87 Reviews
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Kotobuki 4-7-4
    A long-standing bread bakery founded in 1942 and located in Tokyo's Asakusa neighborhood. Renowned for its delicious breads which you can eat every day without ever getting tired of them, this popular establishment frequently sees lines of customers waiting outside to get in. The bakery makes only two kinds of bread- shokupan white bread and rolls. Only a limited amount of bread is baked each day, and the bakery frequently runs out of stock before closing.

    We heard of this bakery from a Japanese friend and decided to make a trip down Asakusa just for the bread. We didn’t know we need to make reservations so when we turned up nothing was left. We...

  • ca ca o Kamakura Branch
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-9-7
    This is a chocolate specialty shop in Komachi-dori Street, where one can enjoy chocolate made from precious Colombian cacao. Using the location name, “Komachi-dori cobblestone” is a popular gift or souvenir and “Ganache ice cream” is ideal to enjoy on the go. There is a rich variety of other take-out options to choose from.
  • Garage・Blue・Bell
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-4-14
    This is a British-style tearoom offering scones, seasonal cakes and pies, and is a five-minute walk from Kamakura Station. One can enjoy a relaxing time looking out over the garden, surrounded by antique furniture. On national holidays the café holds a “children’s day,” where one can enjoy teatime even if bringing small children.
  • KIBIYA Bakery
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Onarimachi 5-34
    This bakery popular with locals, hidden within the backstreets, is a few minutes walk from Kamakura Station’s west exit along Onari-dori Street. The bakery is replete with slightly sour, chewy bread known for its homemade natural yeast and organic domestically-grown wheat. The most popular item is a chocolate bread full of slightly bitter chocolate.
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Omachi 1-1-13
    This workshop known for its hand-kneaded, handmade natural yeast bread is around a 10-minute walk from Kamakura Station’s east exit. The shop is Full of hard breads and seasonal baguettes. “Vine ★ Me” is a voluminous yet healthy option, a crisp natural baguette filled with charcoal roasted pork from a local beef shop, fresh coriander and pickled white radish and carrot.
  • PALETAS Kamakura Main Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Onarimachi 15-72F
    This is a specialty frozen fruits bar in Onarimachi, Kamakura City. With fresh seasonal fruits grown with care by local producers, the recipes on offer make use of their natural sweetness and juice. A range of colorful, vibrant ice creams are lined up in the interior display window. The popular shop is occasionally featured in magazines as a purveyor of healthy sweets, with moderate sugar content and no artificial colors or flavors.
  • Kuzukiri Minowa
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Sasuke 2-6-1
    This is a popular Japanese-style sweet shop on the road from Kamakura Station west exit to Zeniarai Benzaiten Shrine. Guests of any age can spend a relaxing time in the simple, refined interior. The courtyard is a Japanese-style garden with benches and arbors. They make each person’s sweet to order, and with this freshness comes a unique elasticity and pleasant feeling of the sweet going down one’s throat. The easy-to-eat “kuzukiri” (kudzu starch noodles) with refreshingly sweet black sugar is a popular option.
  • Kurumi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yukinoshita 1-5-38
    This is an old Japanese teahouse established in 1968, around a five-minute walk from the entrance of Komachi-dori Street from Kamakura Station. Rebuilt in 2011, it nevertheless retains the calm and refined atmosphere of the time. The most popular choice is “cream anmitsu” (syrup-covered bean jam) where one can choose ice cream topped with vanilla or matcha powdered tea. The “Ogura Shiratama,” where one can eat many freshly-made doughy shiratama (rice dumplings) is another popular option.
  • Surugaya Hase-eki-mae Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Hase 2-14-11
    This Japanese sweets store is located just near the ticket gates of Enoden’s Hase Station. The main store is a well-established shop that was established in 1937. Their famous Kamakura Dora-yaki, in which raw dough is carefully baked one layer at a time and matched with their signature red bean paste, has been designated as a Kamakura Recommended Product by the Kamakura Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The branch in front of Hase Station does demonstrations and sales of dorayaki in the storefront, and one can also try fresh-baked dora-yaki which usually cannot be had at other places. Visitors can also purchase several varieties of dora-yaki such as the strawberry dora-yaki which is only available for a limited season.
  • Taiyaki Namihei
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Hase 1-8-10
    This is a taiyaki (fish-shaped pancake filled with bean jam) shop located along Yuigahama Odori, about three minutes on foot from Enoshima Dentetsu’s Yuigahama Station. Not only do they offer taiyaki made with carefully crafted honey-baked tsubuan (coarse red bean paste) and fresh, velvety smooth koshian (fine-grained sweet bean paste), they also have a full lineup of other items including natural yeast bread, yakisoba, and grilled piroshky. Guests will take joy in the sight of people in the neighborhood naturally congregate here to enjoy conversation with the jovial proprietor.
  • Betsubara Donuts Zaimokuza Branch
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Zaimokuza 1-3-10
    This donut shop which is only open four days a week is located approximately seven minutes on foot from Kamakura Station. They are well known for their delicious donuts made with generous amounts of chewy dough. They typically feature five to six kinds of donuts such as sugar and raspberry besides their most popular rum raisin donut. Grab a donut to eat as you stroll down towards Zaimokuza Beach.
  • Kaikoan
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Hase 3-11-2
    This restaurant is located within the premises of Hase-dera Temple. Guests can enjoy dishes prepared according to the teachings of shojin-ryori (Buddhist vegetarian cuisine) such as temple curry and temple pasta. The restaurant is slightly raised to have a nice outlook over the surroundings, allowing for a nice panoramic view of Yuigahama Beach during the meal.
  • Kamakura Karin Coron
    2 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-12-26
    Operating a store in Wakamiya-oji Street located about five minutes on foot from Kamakura Station, this shop specializes in karinto (fried dough snacks) and bean confectionery. They carry products that preserve traditional tastes with carefully selected ingredients and recipes. Additionally, they stock more than 30 types of products including colorful coated bean confectionery including some made with peanuts and sora-mame (broad beans). Guests will enjoy their special seasonal products that allow one to really sense the season.


  • Kamakura Chiffon
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-13-10
    Fluffy simple chiffon cakes here are so popular that they often sell out before the store closes. There are limited seasonal menus and those who particularly wish to get a cake before they sell out would do well to make a reservation. They also offer a cooking class on baking chiffon cakes.

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