Groceries Spots in Kanagawa Area

  • 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...

  • Yoroizuka Farm
    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.
  • Urari Marche Fish Market
    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.
  • Misaki Fish Market
    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.
  • Motomachi Union Supermarket Motomachi Branch
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Motomachi 4-166
    Located a five minute walk from Motomachi-Chukagai Station on the Minatomirai Line. A high quality supermarket focused on high quality and imported ingredients and foodstuffs. Union Supermarket sells fresh, natural fruit and produce, supporting local production for local consumption, and also offers a wide selection of meats and seafood chosen for quality and freshness. The store carries an abundant selection of other goods for making the meals served on your dining table more exciting, like cheeses from around the world.
  • Chikaramochiya
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Sakanoshita 18-18
    A Japanese sweet shop a seven-minute walk from Hase Station on the Enoshima Electric Railway. The shop is located on the approach to Goryo-jinja Shrine, which is dedicated to the superhumanly strong Kamakura Gongoro Kagemasa, hence the shop’s name, which references chikara mochi, rice cakes said to fortify the body, and the Japanese term for someone who is strong. Chikaramochiya’s delicately flavored sweets, carefully homemade without additives, have been popular since the Edo period. The shop’s famed Gongoro chikara mochi are made with smooth strained sweet adzuki bean paste wrapped in mochi rice cake. If you will be eating them the same day, be sure to get the “nama” or fresh type, made with freshly pounded mochi. The gyuhi (rice flour) type keeps for three days and makes a great souvenir.
  • Bashamichi Jyuban-kan
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Tokiwachou 5-67
    Bashamichi Jyuban-kan built in 1967 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Meiji period (1868–1912) is a western building with an architectural style from the time Yokohama Port was established. It has a tea room, a bar and a restaurant, and can be used for weddings and entertainment. You can see the good old days through documents that convey the flavor of civilization during Japan’s westernization. It is one minute’s walk from Exit 9 at Kannai Station on the Yokohama Municipal Subway Line.
  • 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...

    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Motomachi 2-80-9 Hillcrest Ogra 1F
    A New York-style bakery located along Daikanzaka. The chef is truly talented, having been involved in opening numerous bakeries and having won awards in contests. Inside, the bakery is filled with an abundance of breads and cookies. Examples include Hershey’s chocolate croissants and authentic bagels, as well as hot dogs. Come and enjoy the American flavors on offer. Visitors can have their fill of a variety of other choices as well, such as fresh side breads and Hawaiian-style donuts.
  • Kamakura Beniya Hachimangu-mae
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    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.


  • Kamakurahamu Tomioka Shokai Kamakura factory
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Iwase 961
  • 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.

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  • Ble Dore (Hayama Branch)
    Kanagawa Pref. Miuragunhayamamachi Isshiki 657-1
    A bakery and cafe standing along Prefectural Route 27 in Isshiki, Hayama Town. The establishment bakes and sells breads made with fermented butter, seasonal fruits, and Kamakura vegetables. There's also an eat-in space where you can enjoy fresh-baked bread, a popular place for many locals to start their morning.
  • Misaki Morning Market
    Kanagawa Pref. Miurashi Misaki 5-3806
    This is the morning market that opens in front of the Kawasaki fish market. The market operates every Sunday from 5 a.m. to 9 the morning. Around 30 different sellers set up shop. The market primarily offers tuna, but seasonal seafood, sea products, and other fresh vegetables, flowers, bread, pickles, beans, and even boxed lunches are for sale. The market throngs with locals and tourist every week, and at times, other entertaining events are sponsored also.
  • TIVOLI Yugawara Sweets Factory
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunyugawaramachi Doi 1-15-4
    This store directly operated by the head office of the gift cookie manufacturer Tivoli is located in 1-chome Doi, Yugawara-machi, Ashigarashimo County. With a theme of being a sweets factory that can be enjoyed with the five senses, there is a factory tour course that you can go on without a reservation and a confectionery-making corner (requires a reservation). In addition to selling baked confectioneries using mikan oranges grown in the prefecture, you can also get a taste of freshly made sweets in the cafe.
  • Uchiki Pan
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Motomachi 1-50
    A long-standing bakery founded in 1888 and located in Motomachi Shopping Street. Uchiki Pan is said to be the originator of Japanese “shokupan” a bread loaf. This famous shop has been frequently featured in the media. One of the shop’s most popular items is the “England” shokupan, which is made with hops instead of yeast. Made according to an original, old-fashioned recipe, Uchiki Pan’s shokupan is large and chewy, perfect for any meal. Uchiki Pan also offers a variety of other items, including sweet breads and French bread.
  • KIBIYA Bakery
    29 Reviews
    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.

    Great wine and the beef was sensational (the fish looked quite special also) 2500 yen for the beef set menu with salad and a small amount of baguette was good value. Highly recommend for a light...

  • VANILLABEANS Minato Mirai Main Shop
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Kaigandori 5-25-2 Sharail Coastlines 1F
    A café and sweet shop which uses only fair trade chocolate. Dedicated to deliciousness, VANILLABEANS imports cacao beans from locations around the world, including South America, Africa, and Southeast Asia. The shop’s chocolates are made according to proprietary recipes developed after researching the best ingredients to match with each variety of cacao bean. VANILLABEANS offers 33 varieties of bar chocolate, giving patrons the chance to taste the differences between cacao beans from farms around the world. Fitted with large and airy giant windows, VANILLABEANS is comprised of a shop, café, and workshop area. Come enjoy an original sweet or cacao beverage.
  • 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.


  • Gateaux de Voyage (Bashamichi Main Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Tokiwachou 4-42
    A Western confectionary shop located in 4 Chome Tokiwa-cho, Naka Ward, Yokohama City. The shop sells baked sweets such as the Yokohama Carriage Road Mille-Feuille, the horse hoof-shaped Carriage Road Horse Hoof Pie; and cookies made with domestic flour and wasanbon fine-grained Japanese sugar, as well as cakes, fresh sweets, and frozen cakes.

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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