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Groceries Spots in Kanagawa Area

  • 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.
  • ILE du CHOCOLAT Kamakura Branch
    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.
  • 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.
  • mbs46.7
    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.
  • Asahi Main Branch
    36 Reviews
    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.

    Delicious crackers made of a real octopus made in front of you as you order! Theyre delicious and not to miss if youre visiting Enoshima Island. be careful of the wind as it can snap your fragile...

  • 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.
  • Hannari Inari Komachi honten
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-9-7 Twinkle Komachi Nakasugi Building 1F
  • 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.
  • Additive-free, home-cultivated natural yeast bread bakery Lumiere du b
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Hase 2-7-111F
    This bakery wants its customers to eat food that is safe with peace of mind. They use a stone mortar to grind their own wheat flour which incorporates husked barley, and they use items that are 100% natural such as yeast which requires fermentation, herbs, beer, seasonal fruits, and yogurt. The shop is easily identified by its statue of Charlie Chaplin standing out in front.
  • Waffle 21
    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.
  • Inouekamaboko Shop Kamakura Eki-mae Branch
    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.
  • 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.
  • Kamakura Ham Tomioka Shokai Komachi Main Store
    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.
  • Kamakura Mameya Komachi-dori
    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.
  • Kamakura Ichibanya Komachi Shop
    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.
  • Kamakura Goro Kamakura Komachi-dori
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-9-2
    A Kamakura confections shop located on Komachi-dori Avenue. Offering standards like Kamakura hangetsu and fresh mugita mochi as well as seasonal Japanese sweets patterned after flowers and other designs, Kamakura Goro bustles with tourists. Tableware suitable for everyday use is sold on the second floor.
  • Kamakura Beniya Hachimangu-mae
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yukinoshita 1-12-4
    A confectionary shop founded in 1954. All of the shop’s wide variety of sweets are handmade. The kurumikko, made with fragrant caramel and a heaping helping of walnuts sandwiched between two distinctive cake-like wafers, is particularly popular and a Kanagawa Prefecture specialty.
  • Kamakura Yasai Kobo
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-12-27 Tsuruoka Hall 1F25A
    This shop carries a variety of jams and pickles as well as smoked and vacuum packed foods, making it easy to give the flavors of Kamakura as gifts or souvenirs. In order to convey the true deliciousness of Kamakura vegetables, the shop’s pickles are less sour than usual, giving them a refreshing flavor that makes them deliciously addicting.
  • Kosen
    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.

Kanagawa Main 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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