Groceries Spots in Kanagawa Area

  • Kamakura Mameya Komachi-dori
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    4.0
    96 Reviews
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    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...

  • Himono Yamayasu (Hakone turnpike Branch)
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    4.5
    54 Reviews
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    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.

    昨日、根府川店で買った「アジのひらき」がうまかったです。本日、娘親子(横浜在住)が来てその話をしたら買って帰ると言うので少し遠回りしてここに来ました。ここは近年に新しくなって綺麗でした。駐車場は30台分以上あり外出自粛の中でお客は多い方だと思いました。アネスト岩田ターンパイクを降りてすぐなので箱根の帰りに寄っていくと思います。コロナでどうかと思いましたが入れ替わりでお客は多い方だと思います。アジや...

  • Suzuhiro Kamaboko no Sato
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    4.0
    51 Reviews
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    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...

  • Uirou
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    4.0
    59 Reviews
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    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.

    博物館入って右に併設されている喫茶室。 ここは小さいながらもなかなか雰囲気のいい店内なので行った時には必ず利用しています。 今回はこの季節ピッタリの「さくらさくら」を注文。 上層にほんのりピンクの桜ゼリー 中層に生クリームのムース 底の方には桜餡と、いろいろな食感が楽しめるなかなかの一品。 落ち着いた和風の店内でまったりと過ごすにはおすすめです。

  • Asahi Main Branch
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    3.5
    55 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Fujisawashi Enoshima 1-4-10
    This is a 15-minute walk from Enoden line’s Enoshima Station. On the road up to Enoshima Shrine, it has been picked up by various media outlets as a shop offering whole roast octopus senbei (rice crackers). The famous “whole roast octopus senbei” are rice crackers made from two-three plump press-cooked octopus. One can see the high temperature senbei press at work, and they are so popular as gourmet walking snacks that there will often be a queue of tourists lining up to get some.

    Very unique street food that is not seen in other parts of Japan, and it tastes really good - crispy and tasty! Be careful as it can crack and fall from your hand as it’s so crispy! U can also get...

  • Toshimaya
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    4.0
    110 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...

  • Inouekamaboko Shop Kamakura Eki-mae Branch
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    4.0
    17 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-4-4
    This specialty shop for kamaboko (seasoned fish paste) prepares minced fish only from carefully selected high quality portions of fresh white-fleshed “guchi” fish that are low in fat. In addition to simple steamed kamaboko, the menu features an array of beautiful fish paste products including hanpen (pounded fish cake) in the shape of lovely plum flowers and chikuwa fashioned in the shape of Shizukagozen flutes. There is also a branch in front of Kamakura Station, making it easy to visit while sightseeing.

    お昼休みに数限定で売り出すお弁当がお得で美味しい。私の今日の日替わりは2色そぼろご飯にお店の看板商品の小判上げが添えられていました。これで500円とはすばらしい。250円で白玉ぜんざいが買えますが、これも小豆を添加物無でにてあり母が喜びました。

  • Kosen
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yamanouchi 501
    A takeout sushi restaurant located close to Kita-Kamakura Station which exudes Japanese ambience. Kosen boasts a long history and Japanese master film director Yasujiro Ozu would often use the shop’s inari-zushi for bento boxes and give them out during filming. The restaurant’s specialty inari-zushi are much larger than usual and have an old-fashioned, salty-sweet flavor.

    With a long history, it is loved by the locals. Try the pack Y650 for light lunch or snack. For more refer to hiddenjapanguide.

  • Urari Marche Fish Market
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    Kanagawa Pref. Miurashi Misaki 5-3-1
    This fresh food center is located in Misaki, Miura City. Their Urari Marche offers fresh local fish like Misaki tuna and vegetables grown by city farmers. They have floating fish ponds, rental boats, and the sightseeing boat Niji-iro Sakana-go so guests can enjoy the sea around Misaki. Many people visit for concerts held in the public Seaside Hall.
  • Kamakura Ichibanya Komachi Shop
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    3.5
    16 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-7-36
    A hand toasted senbei rice cracker shop standing along Komachi-dori Street. The shop bustles with great numbers of customers drawn by the toasty aroma of senbei being grilled at the shopfront. The fresh-toasted crackers are perfect for enjoying while exploring the area. The shop offers an abundant variety of flavors, making its wares popular souvenirs as well.

    友人の店がここの並びにあるのでお煎餅の小袋を買って茶請けとしました。 ここは修学旅行の学生やインバウンドには評判の店なのであまり混んではいませんでした。 醤油のこげる香りが客を惹きつけるので、ここを通るときの楽しみの一つです。

  • Fuhan
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    4.0
    14 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Hase 1-7-7
    A three-minute walk from Yuigahama Station on the Enoshima Electric Railway. A rarity in the Kanto region, this shop makes and sells fresh fu (a type of wheat gluten dough). The shop’s fu manju buns, one for 180 yen purchasable at the shopfront, are made with smooth strained sweet adzuki bean pasted wrapped in fresh fu mixed with Japanese mugwort and other ingredients. The texture is superb. They are also perfect for enjoying on the go.

    気付かないで通り過ぎてしまいそうです。昔の駅の切符売り場みたいです。ふまんじゅうですか。初めて食べました。トロける美味しさでした。お店に似合った味なんです。

  • Misaki Fish Market
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    Kanagawa Pref. Miurashi Misaki 5-245-7
    A fish market located in Miura City. Officially known as the Miura City Misaki Marine Products Regional Wholesale Market, most people just call it the Misaki Fish Market. Boasting one of the greatest intakes of tuna in Japan, visitors can watch the frozen tuna auctions which take place here from the viewing gallery on the second floor. There's also a diner on the market grounds where you can eat dishes made with fresh seafood and local vegetables.
  • ILE du CHOCOLAT Kamakura Branch
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-3-7
    This is a French confectionery and chocolate shop on Wakamiya-oji Street, a three-minute walk from Kamakura Station’s East Exit. The sweets lined up inside take the cute shapes of fish and shellfish, inspired by the Shonan sea. Popular as a souvenir, the chocolate is made from carefully selected cacao beans and contains no artificial flavors or colors. The crispy shellfish shaped tart “raw shell pie” is a popular sweet featured numerous times on television.

    Super cute store. We tried a variety of items and my favorite was the strawberry shell jean (pie crust with fresh cream inside). We also got the matcha madeleine which was super soft with a really...

  • Yoroizuka Farm
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    Kanagawa Pref. Odawarashi Hayakawa 1352-110
    A facility hosting a restaurant, patisserie, boulangerie, and direct sale shop operated by pastry chef Toshihiko Yoroizuka and located in Hayakawa, Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture. The facility adjoins the former site of Ichiyajo Castle, a castle built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, enemy of the Odawara Hojo clan. The facility is situated in an area offering a superb view of Sagami Bay. The farm’s concept is “local production for local consumption.” The colorful cakes lining the shop’s showcases as well as the course meals and desserts offered in the restaurant are made with an abundance of local Odawara ingredients. There’s also a market selling fresh picked vegetables and fruits.
  • Wagashi Ki-no-kuniya Main Store
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    3.5
    10 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Fujisawashi Enoshima 2-1-12
    Wagashi Ki-no-Kuniya was founded in 1789 as a travelers lodge, however two generations ago they began making manju buns and other Japanese confectionaries. Their Meoto (Couple) Manju, certified as a Fujisawa tourism special product, is made from a mixture of white and brown handmade azuki red-bean paste which includes sake and brown sugar respectively. Also available are their popular scallop shell shaped Ice Cream Monaka.

    江ノ島名物の夫婦まんじゅうを食べました。食べたのは、写真のつぶあんです。小さくて一口で食べれました。歩き疲れた体にちょうどいい甘さでした。

  • Amalfi Dolce
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
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    1-3-14 Shichigahama Beach, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
    This western-style sweets shop is in 1 Chome Shichirigahama, Kamakura City. They offer a wide variety of seasonal cakes and pastries, including the Amalfi regional specialty Delizia al Limone. They also sell original goods like Shiirasu meringue cookies made with Shonan whitebait and sea lettuce, and Shichiri Sabouret made with lemon and Kamakura salt.

    しらすあおさのクッキーなど湘南らしいスイーツが楽しめる。特におすすめは塩レモンのクッキー。お土産にも喜ばれます!

  • Waffle 21
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    4.5
    7 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yukinoshita 1-9-29 Shangri-La Tsuruoka 2F
    This waffle specialty shop is located on the second floor of a mixed-use building along Wakamiya-oji Street. Fresh cream is stuffed into the raw batter which is then baked to a fluffy finish, and the shop offers many waffle variations. Generally, eight varieties such as custard, cocoa, raisin, and matcha green tea are available. It only offers takeout, making it perfect for souvenirs or to eat on the go.

    奇をてらわずとにかく実直にシンプルにものづくりされているお店です。老若男女問わず好まれる味。クリームたっぷりなのに甘さ控えめがうれしい。

  • Kamakura Ham Tomioka Shokai Komachi Main Store
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    4.0
    7 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-2-19 Sagamiya Building 1F
    This is a long-established shop for Kamakura ham that has been in business for over 100 years since the Meiji period. The Kamakura ham brand got started after receiving its secret ham production method from businessman William Curtis, who came to Japan soon after Japan’s ports were opened to international trade. Their signature Nunomaki Ham product is carefully cut pork which is prepared through a special method involving being thoroughly smoked with cherry wood chips. This high quality ham is sold wholesale to the finest hotels.

    鎌倉ハムの本店が小町通りにありました。友人がお土産を買いたいたとの事でついて行ったのですが、美味しそうだったので私もお買い物しました。ハムやソーセージなど要冷蔵商品が多いですが、ジャーキーなど常温で持ち歩ける商品もあったのでお土産にも便利だと思います。

  • Potatis
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    4.0
    7 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Prefecture Kamakura City Shichirigahama 1-3-12 KAMAKURA 310
    A French fry and shake restaurant standing along National Route 134 on the Shichirigahama beach in Kamakura City. You can select from among three different French fry shapes and 10 dip varieties. The restaurant's shakes are vanilla based and can be customized with a variety of flavors to your preference.

    Great energy charging point. Good french fries with so many different dips. They also offer sandwiches and shakes which are unexpectedly pretty good. The place is facing right to the ocean. Good...

  • Dankazura Kosuzu
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    4.0
    42 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-13-4
    Located along the approach to Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, Dankazura Kosuzu is a charming soba and warabi mochi shop with a swaying willow and looks like it could appear in a historic drama. The shop’s soba is springy and smooth. The warabi mochi starch dumplings are made with rare domestically grown bracken starch, and their chewy yet melt-in-your-mouth texture has delighted many tourists. The shop’s warabi mochi can also be brought home as a souvenir.

    I love the Warabi-mochi (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warabimochi) at this place. Its great to eat in, take out, or have the sweet goodies sent to your home by Kuroneko Yamato delivery service...

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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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