Shopping Mall / Shopping Street Spots in Gunma Area

  • Keyaki Walk Maebashi
    12 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Bunkyocho 2-1-1
    This two-story shopping mall, surrounded by a row of Japanese zelkova trees, is an eight-minute walk from Maebashi Station. The mall is host to 150 establishments and is anchored by the large Apita Maebashi Store supermarket, which carries everything from food to daily necessities to clothing. The mall also has a movie theater, large bookstore, and electronics store. The mall is popular with all types of people and is used for everyday shopping, dates, and family outings.


  • Waterfall Station - Fukiware-no-taki Falls
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Gunma Pref. Numatashi Tonemachiokkai 3-2
    This waterfall station is located approximately 20 minutes along National Route 120, from the Kan-etsu Expressway Numata Interchange. It is a rest area near Fukiware Falls, a nationally designated natural treasure. There are restaurants and direct sale vegetable stores, as well as free toilets and parking. The direct sales stores sell a wide range of cheap, fresh produce such as corn in the summer and apples and mushrooms in the autumn. The restaurants sell local dishes such as Ginger Roast and cutlets made with Joshu Mochi pork and dishes made with fresh, local vegetables, which are popular thanks to being homemade and having a relaxing flavor.
  • Tsumuji Nakanojo Creative Communication Center
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Gunma Agatsuma-gun Nakanojomachi Nakanojomachi 938
    A multi-purpose shop located along National Route 353 in Nakanojo Town, Agatsuma County. The shop is home to the tsumuji cafe, which offers meals and desserts made with local ingredients and in-house roasted coffee, the tsumuji Shop, which has local traditional handicrafts and other goods, a footbath fed by the Shima Onsen hot spring, and other facilities. There's also a plaza where various events are held including examples of folk entertainment and surrounding the plaza are a selection of eateries and general goods stores including a gelato shop and bakery.
  • Luomu no Mori
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Gunma Agatsuma-gun Naganoharamachi Kita-karuizawa 1984-239
    A forested resort facility located in Kitakaruizawa, Naganohara Town, Agatsuma County. The resort building was built during the Taisho period and is the oldest western-style building in the area. It includes the surrounding forest and offers a variety of different facilities. In addition to their Forest Adventure Asama attraction, there's a cafe in the woods with hammocks for you to relax in, a book store, a gallery, and other interesting locales. They also hold special events designed to let people experience nature.
    Gunma Ota-shi Ishiharacho 81
  • SMARKISESAKI (Smark Isesaki)
    Gunma Isesaki-shi Nishi Obokata Cho 368
  • AEON MALL Takasaki
    Gunma Takasaki-shi Munadakamachi 1400
  • TSURUYA Maebashi Minami (TSURUYA Maebashi Minami Shopping Park)
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Kudenmachi 668-1
  • LiRiCA (Maebashi Lirica)
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Kokuryomachi 2-14-1
  • Takasaki OPA
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Gunma Takasaki-shi Yashimacho 46-1
  • AZALEA MALL (Tatebayashi Azelea Mall)
    Gunma Tatebayashi-shi Kusunokicho 3648-1
  • Kaken Plaza WOW2 gokan
    Gunma Pref. Otashi Uekinochou 253-1
  • UNICUSTAKASAKI (Unicus Takasaki)
    Gunma Takasaki-shi Iizukamachi 1150-5
  • Power Mall Maebashi Minami
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Niiborimachi 18
  • Garden Maebashi
    Gunma Maebashi-shi Koyaharamachi 472-1
  • MarketCity Kiryu
    Gunma Kiryu-shi Aioicho 1-124-1
  • Akamal
    Gunma Pref. Takasakishi Nakaomachi 44-1
  • Shibukawa Shopping Plaza
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Gunma Shibukawa-shi Shibukawa Tatsumicho 1815-42
  • E'site Takasaki
    Gunma Takasaki-shi Yashimacho 222 JR Takasaki Sta. Higashiguchi
  • Supermarket Mall Isesaki
    Gunma Isesaki-shi Miyakomachi 3423-15

Gunma Areas


Gunma prefecture is synonymous with onsen. Natural hot spring water sources throughout the prefecture have given rise to a series of small onsen towns, each set among luscious mountains. At Kusatsu, Ikaho, and Minakami, traditional indoor and outdoor bathing experiences are served hand in hand with irresistible onsen-themed food, including steam-cooked eggs and custard pudding.

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