Household Goods / Daily Necessities Spots in Kanagawa Area

  • 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.
  • Pop-up Book Shop & Workshop Meggendorfer
    Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture Yuigahama 2-9-61
    Located approximately 10 minutes from Kamakura station, this shop in Yuigahama specializes in pop-up books. They carry approximately 600 types of popup books ranging from items for kids to books for adults, and these enjoyable books are also popular as birthday or Christmas presents.
  • Kimura Botanical Garden Garden Club
    Kanagawa Hiratsuka-shi Tsuchiya 241
    Located in the residential area of Tsuchiya, Hiratsuka City, this botanical garden was established in 1960, and boasts an area of 3,000 tsubo (approximately 1,860 square meters), including an herb garden, vegetable garden, and huge greenhouse, where a variety of plants, from small potted plants to fruit trees and flowers, are displayed and sold. In addition to fresh vegetables grown in the garden and gardening supplies such as pots, the store also sells interior goods and other items, and boasts a strong following, especially among local residents.
  • Herb & Aromatherapy Shop Heartsease
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-13-10 Kamakura agricultural cooperative communication spot sale house
    This is an aromatherapy shop in the central market of the Kamakura City agricultural cooperative sales area. There is a crowded assortment of aroma oils and herb salts available in the white-themed interior.
  • Amaterasu Kamakura Main Store
    Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture Yuigahama 3-1-2
    This is a fashion and sundries select shop to facilitate Kamakura living. The items are all of fine quality that can be used comfortably for many years. It is located about eight minutes on foot from Kamakura Station’s west exit.
  • Kamakura Kotori
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Omachi 2-1-11
    This is a small shop selling interior and miscellaneous goods located in Kamakura Omachi. Their stationery items with lovely original illustrations are popular, and their stamps which feature illustrations with the store name “Kotori” (little bird) are sure to delight recipients of such souvenirs.
  • Kamakura Bidoro Komachi-dori Street Branch
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-7-35 first Komachi Building 1F
    This glasswork specialty shop is located in both Kamakura and Asakusa. In addition to stylish, brightly-colored mini glasswork with an appearance that changes amidst each season, the store also carries set products of traditional Japanese kiriko (cut) glass. Besides glassworks, the shop also stocks convenient and lovely miscellaneous goods and accessories. With two locations, one along Wakamiya-oji Street and one along Komachi-dori Street, this is a perfect stop if you are searching for Kamakura souvenirs.
  • R No.2 antique
    Kanagawa Kamakura-shi Inamuragasaki 2-4-21
    "This is the second store of R antiques, which was established in April 1999, and deals in antiques, mainly paintings. The ""R"" in the store name is an acronym for Revolution, Relax, and Recycle, and it is intended to rethink mass-production and mass-consumption society, and to aim for a leisurely, recycling-oriented society."
  • Natsutsubaki
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Sakura 3-6-20
    Located in the Sakura district of Tokyo’s Setagaya City, this is a miscellaneous goods store that features containers and utensils for everyday life. The store is set in an idyll and nostalgic Japanese house with products arranged on antique Japanese furniture. The shopkeeper has selected a variety of products that they feel contribute to a good lifestyle without any particular focus on certain categories of products. The store has an abundant line-up of products including clothing and bags from the vegetable-dyed brand Makimaro, which is popular for its simple and sophisticated designs. The shop also holds exhibitions that vary from month to month.
  • Der Kleine Laden Tokyo
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Motomachi 5-209
    A wrapping paper store which also sells paper towels and napkins located a five minute walk from JR Ishikawacho Station. The owner personally imports the products on offer from overseas, stocking over 1,000 different patterns. The shop also carries a variety of tools and specialty glues for decoupage. Der Kleine Laden Tokyo offers classes (reservation required), where you can use your favorite pattern to create an original decorative plate or flower vase.
  • flower shop PICCOLO
    Kanagawa Odawara-shi Kuno 3798-5 Odawara Flower Garden
  • Verda
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Sakae-ku Kosugaya 1-2-1
    This shop, located on the second floor of Kanagawa Plaza for Global Citizenship (Earth Plaza), is owned and operated by Nepali Bazaro, an organization which assists poor people in Nepal in being independent. The shop stocks a wide selection of Nepalese goods made by the hands of underprivileged people, including clothing; knickknacks; and coffees, teas, and other beverages. The shop also carries a wide selection of items imported from developing nations, and customer purchases not only contribute to the betterment of disadvantaged peoples but also promote international cooperation.
  • Actus Yokohama Store
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Kanagawa-ku Kinkocho 1-10 BAY QUARTER YOKOHAMA 5F
    This interior furnishing store is located on the fifth floor of Yokohama Bay Quarter right next to the Minatomirai Bridge a five-minute walk from Yokohama Station. The store primarily carries high quality furniture imported from Europe and other countries. One of the store's merits is its flexible order policy. In addition to sofas, chairs, tables, and other large furniture items, the store also sells candles and fragrances. In addition, the store carries a large number of children's furniture such as study desks and bunk beds.
  • Daniel Motomachi
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Naka-ku Motomachi 3-126
    This longstanding furniture store is located midway along the Yokohama Motomachi Shopping Street near Motomachi-Chukagai Station and Ishikawacho Station. The store can be identified by its giant, bright red chair out front, which is also a popular photo spot. In addition to its own in-house furniture brand Daniel, the store sells furniture from across the country and imported from companies in the U.S. and the U.K. The store also provides services such as made-to-order sofas, furniture repair, and carpet cleaning.
  • Don Quijote MEGA Don Quijote Kobuchi
    Kanagawa Sagamihara-shi Minami-ku Onodai 6-14-9
  • MEGA Don Quijote Minato Yamashita Head office
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Naka-ku Shinyama Shita 1-2-8
  • MEGA Don Quijote Kawasaki
    Kanagawa Kawasaki-shi Saiwai-ku Shinmeicho 1-44-1
  • MEGA Don Quijote Atsugi
    Kanagawa Atsugi-shi Tsumadaminami 2-chome 8-5
  • Don Quijote Mizonokuchi Ekimae
    Kanagawa Kawasaki-shi Takatsu-ku Mizonokuchi 1-13-5
  • Don Quijote Yokohama Nishiguchi
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Nishi-ku Minamisaiwai 2-15-5

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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