Shopping Spots in Kanagawa Area

  • Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Shinkou 1-1
    A historical structure built as a government-bonded warehouse during the Meiji and Taisho periods, and nowadays it has become a multipurpose-type facility which holds cafes and restaurants. From the open plaza facing the sea you can look out over Yokohama Port and the scenery of Minato Mirai, while the buildings are illuminated in orange in the evening and from midday, a different fantastic atmosphere is created. A great number of events are held to match the season.
  • Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport Yokohama
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Tsuduki-ku Ikonobechou 4035-1
    LaLaport Yokohama is one of the largest commercial facilities in Kanagawa Prefecture, and has a range of shops from large food stores to TOHO cinemas. It is very crowded on weekends and holidays so public transport is convenient. It is 10 minutes’ walk from JR Kamoi Station. A shuttle bus service is available.
  • Yokohama Landmark Tower
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Nishi-ku Minatomirai 2-2-1
    In the center of this tower building which is a symbol of the Minato Mirai 21 district in Yokohama is a multi-purpose facility which houses offices, a hotel and a shopping mall. The tower also has such facilities as an observatory, a multi-purpose hall and a merchant ship stone dock that has been reconstructed into a plaza. In particular, the highlight is the scenery from the “Sky Garden” observatory located on the 69th floor of the tower at a height of 273 meters. During the day, you can look out into the distance over the Minato Mirai district and in the evening, the whole surface of the sparkling night view extends into the distance.
  • Shonan T-Site
    62 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Fujisawashi Tsujidoumotomachi 6-20-1
    A shopping facility located a 15-minute walk from Hon-Kugenuma Station. The vast, bookstore and café-like interior is filled with bookstores and related, highly individual shops seamlessly joined together. With some 300 chairs and sofas scattered around the facility both indoors and out, visitors can come to relax and enjoy a book with a cup of coffee. A free community bus operates between Shonan T-Site and the north entrance of Fujisawa station, making access to the facility convenient as well.

    3 full blocks of stationery, clothing, lifestyle and concept designs makes this a traveler’s nook/haven. The cafe and restaurant serve good food and yummy drinks. I had to peel myself away when it...

  • IKEA Kohoku
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Tsuzuki-ku Orimotocho 201-1
    This Swedish furniture store is located right next to the Shinkaibashi bus stop a 20-minute ride on the Yokohama Municipal Bus. Inside the massive store, you can purchase some 9,500 originally designed pieces of furniture and home decorations. This particular location has concluded a cooperation agreement with Yokohama City and is engaged in a variety of initiatives, including energy conservation, local production for local consumption, and child and youth cultivation projects. As part of these initiatives, the store sells vegetables straight from farms in Tsuzuki Ward, and also operates a mobile hydrogen station.
  • Kamakura Mameya Komachi-dori
    97 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yukinoshita 1-5-38
    The Komachi-dori Avenue location of this Kamakura bean and legume specialty shop. The store is overflowing with bean and legume snacks of all kinds, including tasty treats made with peanuts, soy beans, and broad beans. An abundance of free samples are also provided. The shop’s small size snack bags, easy to finish in a single sitting, make great souvenirs.

    @tripadvisor:I’m not entirely sure why Mameya is listed as a restaurant:it is NOT. It’s a souvenir shop that sells lovely bean snacks. There are several outlets in Kamakura city: one in Komachi...

  • Suzuhiro Kamaboko no Sato
    51 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Odawarashi Kazamatsuri 245
    A theme park dedicated to kamaboko steamed fish paste operated by Suzuhiro, a kamaboko shop of long-standing located in Odawara. The park is filled with things to see and do. There’s a museum which introduces the history of kamaboko; classes which teach how to make kamaboko by hand (advance reservation required); a market where souvenirs such as kamaboko, dried foods, and fried delicacies are sold; and a bar where visitors can eat and compare kamaboko made according to different methods. The restaurant and all-you-can-eat buffet, serving the unique delights of Odawara, are also popular.

    We stopped by this store on our way to the kamaboko museum where we participated in the kamaboko making experience. Inside the spacious store there is a small bar counter with a tasting menu of...

  • Himono Yamayasu (Hakone turnpike Branch)
    58 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Odawarashi Hayakawa 3-7-1
    A factory direct shop selling dried fish products located in Hayakawa, Odawara City. The tasty dried fish sold here are made in the shop's parent factory using fresh, local fish caught in the waters off of Odawara and Shizuoka. Located next to the entrance/exit of the Anest Iwata Turnpike Hakone driving course, the shop serves as a souvenir stand and rest stop for drivers and tourists. Visitors can sample the shop's dried fish at the front of the shop as well as in the rest area.


  • LAZONA Kawasaki Plaza
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Kawasaki-shi Saiwai-ku Horikawacho 72-1
    A large commercial facility directly accessible from JR Kawasaki Station. There are a variety of shops and facilities such as those dealing in fashion, interior, general merchandise, cuisine, services, and culture. With good access to the station, it's always lively. A roughly 60-meter diameter courtyard acts as the core of the community and has two stages where various events are held.
  • Uirou
    60 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Odawarashi Honchou 1-13-17
    Located along Tokaido Road in 1-Chome, Honcho, Odawara City, this established shop “Uiro” deals in pharmaceuticals and sweets while residing in a building that looks like castle. It began in the Muromachi period, when the Uiro family immigrated from China, bringing along their family secrets in medicinal work and receiving praise for the steamed confection made of rice powder they proposed for offering to country visitors. It became known as “uiro” for the family name and spread to many areas. This genuine “uiro” from the original family has been kept for 25 generations as a tradition, with its characteristic spongy texture and gentle sweetness. The uiro museum which uses the family storehouse built in 1885 features exhibits of products in which you can sense the craftsman spirit and learn the relationship to “uiro uri” of kabuki (free entrance, guides available.) There is also a sweets shop where you can enjoy handmade Japanese confections.

    こちらの蔵[明治18年(1885)築]を利用した[外郎博物館]を見学後、喫茶部で《琥珀のしずく(わらび餅)600円税抜 添付 写真参照》を楽しみました。 名前の通り [琥珀色]の[とろり]とした(わらび餅)を楽しめます。入口に《琥珀のしずく》と《春だより(自家製苺シャム入りムースに苺ソース)600円税抜》が掲示(添付 写真参照)してありましたので 近々 こちらを訪問予定で 苺好きな方は如何でしょ...

  • Tressa Yokohama
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Kohoku-ku Morokacho 700
    Surrounded by a citizens' forest and parks, this shopping mall is situated along Loop Road No. 2 and is also right in front of the Tressa Yokohama bus stop. The mall is split into north and south buildings divided by a road. Occupied by 220 establishments, the mall also has a 2,700-space parking lot which is free to use every day of the week. The mall sports an atmosphere reminiscent of France's Lyon, one of Yokohama's sister cities. Visitors can shop in the central Auto Mall area and in a variety of stores, and also enjoy a meal in the mall's food court. In addition, the mall holds a variety of events.
  • Yokohama World Porters
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Shinkou 2-2-1
    Located a five minute walk from Bashamichi Station on the Minatomirai Line. A shopping mall located in the new port area of Minato Mirai 21. The facility’s spacious establishments include fashionable clothing stores, interior design shops, lifestyle goods stores, and restaurants. There’s also a movie theater and even an amusement park, ensuring you can enjoy a whole day here. You can get taste of Hawaii in the Hawaiian Town area on the first floor, where you’ll find a variety of Hawaiian goods and popular Hawaiian souvenirs as well as Hawaiian food.
  • Terrace Mall Shonan
    Kanagawa Pref. Fujisawashi Tsujidoukandai 1-3-1
    This is a large shopping mall at the north exit of JR Tsujido Station, via a direct pedestrian deck. The lot is 3.6 times the size of Tokyo Dome, making it the largest in the Shonan area. Focusing on fashion, the mall rich in Shonan atmosphere also offers foodstuffs including well-known Shonan gourmet options, general goods, books and electronics goods. Enjoy a pleasant breeze from the terrace, or even a movie at the 4th floor cinema.
  • Mark Is (Minato Mirai)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Nishi-ku Minatomirai 3-5-1
    A commercial facility right in front of the Yokohama Museum of Art and connected directly to Minatomirai Station. The facility’s floors are divided into food, lifestyle goods, fashion, restaurants, and entertainment. Edible Garden, one of Japan’s largest mall vegetable gardens, is located on the fourth floor. The facility hosts a total 189 establishments and events are also frequently held here. From children to adults, the whole family can enjoy this shopping mall.
  • Sogo Yokohama
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Nishi-ku Takashima 2-18-1
    A department store connected directly to the east entrance of Yokohama Station via the central corridor running through the Porta underground shopping center. Sogo is also connected to the Yokohama Sky Building and Yokohama Bay Quarter via a pedestrian deck; since you never have to go outside, you can complete your shopping in the area even if it’s raining without ever getting wet. A wide variety of clothing and accessories can be found in Sogo, as well as an array of repair and maintenance services. There’s also the Sogo Museum of Art on the sixth floor, and fairs and bargain events are held periodically on the eighth floor.
  • Yokohama Takashimaya
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Nishi-ku Minamisaiwai 1-6-31
    A department store located a one minute walk from Yokohama Station. Takashimaya is both a convenient place to shop and for meeting up with friends. Takashimaya’s eight spacious floors aboveground and two below host popular men’s, women’s, and children’s fashion brand shops; cosmetics stores; interior goods shops; food stores; cafes; and restaurants. Family-oriented, the facility rents baby strollers and has amenities such as baby rest rooms. A variety of renowned establishments can be found in the eighth floor restaurant area. Meanwhile, you can appreciate paintings and other artistic works in the seventh floor art gallery.
  • Queen’s Square Yokohama
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Nishi-ku Minatomirai 2-3
    This is a commercial facility attached to Yokohama Minato Mirai Station. There are multiple shopping areas, a concert hall, art gallery, and a hotel. There are also regular events held at the Queen’s Circle, an event space in the center of Queen Mall.
  • Toshimaya
    109 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-11-19
    The home location of Toshimaya, a sweet shop which sells the classic Kamakura souvenir, the hato sablé. The hato sablé (“pigeon cookie,” named after its shape) was first made in 1897. The rich, buttery flavor has long been one of Kamakura’s go-to souvenirs. Located close to the Ni no Torii gate on Wakamiya Oji, the Toshimaya here also sells hato sablé goods found nowhere else.

    My colleague who has lived in Japan for a number of years that this is the must-visit shop in Kamakura. Its specialty is the thin bird cookies that it has been baking for decades. When I went there...

  • Yokohama Bay Quarter
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Kanagawa-ku Kinkouchou 1-10
    A shopping mall connected directly to and just a three minute walk from Yokohama Station. The fashionable building faces the sea and is designed to look like a cruise ship. Here you can go shopping or have a bite to eat while enjoying a sea breeze. The facility is also famous for its fabulous views at night. Bay Quarter hosts around 100 establishments, including fashionable clothing and interior decoration shops, restaurants, and cafes. The cafes, featuring outdoor terrace seating overlooking Yokohama Port, are particularly popular. There’s also a SeaBus boarding area, and you can hope on one to enjoy the sights of Minato Mirai from on the ocean waters as well.
  • Northport Mall
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Tsuzuki-ku Nakagawa Chuo 1-25-1
    "This shopping mall, designed around the concept of ""busy northport,"" is located a one-minute walk from exit 2 of Yokohama Municipal Subway Center Kita Station. A free play area for children between zero and five years of age called the Nosupo Hiroba is located next to the service counter on the third floor. The mall holds a variety of events rooted in the local community, including baby art classes, and a baby's birthday festival."

Kanagawa Areas


Kanagawa prefecture acts as an extension of the Tokyo metropolis that spills over into coastal towns, most notably Yokohama city, heavily populated and known for its Chinatown and seaside attractions. Just the right distance for a day trip out of Tokyo, Kanagawa is home to some of Tokyo's most accessible beaches, including around Kamakura, best known for its Big Buddha. Visitors can also travel a little farther afield for a weekend at Hakone onsen town.

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