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  • Owakudani Kurotamago Kan
    43 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Sengokuhara 1251
    A tourism facility located in the Owakudani valley, a popular sightseeing spot in Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture. The facility’s famed “kurotamago” (“black eggs”) boiled eggs are cooked using the local geothermal heat and turn black from the influence of volcanic gasses; it is said one’s life is extended by seven years eating just one. You can enjoy a kurotamago in the facility or take some home as a souvenir. In addition to a souvenir shop, there’s a hiking trail where visitors can see the smoking grounds of Owakudani, Mt. Fuji, and the natural beauty of Hakone; an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant; and the Hakone GeoMuseum, where visitors can learn about volcanic Mt. Hakone.

    While visiting the area we stopped here to have lunch and also get out of the weather, unfortunately it was raining and foggy the day we visited. Very good selection of food to choose from and also...

  • gigi gallery+workshop
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yamanouchi 768
    This is a general store offering a workshop, gallery and shopping experience, and is a seven-minute walk from Kitakamakura. One-of-a-kind works of artists of different fields are lined up inside. In the workshop, one can reserve accessory, knit or small leather good production experiences.
  • Gallery Miyabi Main Store
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-5-8
    This is a souvenir vendor that operates two shops on Komachi-dori Street. They offer folding fans, Kamakura-style key chains and chopsticks that delight even foreign visitors. Since the more reasonable items can be bought for 100 yen or so, it is a popular souvenir shop for school trips.
  • Kamakura City Farmers’ Market
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-13-10
    A farmer’s market located a two-minute walk from JR Kamakura Station along Wakamiya Oji. The market first opened in 1928 and is known among locals as the “Renbai,” a contraction of its Japanese name (Nokyorensokubaijo). Local famers sell their goods here on a daily rotational schedule, and both locals and tourists come here to buy fresh vegetables and flowers direct from their producers. In addition to traditional Japanese vegetables, an abundance of Western vegetables are sold at the market, and this expansive selection, popular among local chefs, makes the market definitely worth a visit.
  • Koshigoe Fishery Cooperative Association
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Koshigoe 2-9-1
    Koshigoe Fishing Harbor is located a five-minute walk from Enoshima Electric Railway Koshigoe Station. The Koshigoe Fishery Cooperative Association office stands at the entrance to the harbor, and here from 13:00 onward you can buy deep fried seafood made with fish caught that very morning. The fish caught will vary depending on the season, but all varieties offered are fresh and delicious. A morning market is also periodically held at the site where visitors can purchase the freshest seafood at reasonable prices.
  • Café Nikura-san no Tezukuri Jam Akiya
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Onarimachi 2-10
    The Akiya location where this specialty jam chain was first established. Located on the Miura Peninsulafacing Sagami Bay. All of the shop’s safe and delicious products are made with select ingredients, including domestic and especially Miura Peninsula fruits, naturally cultivated plants, organically cultivated crops, and plants grown with reduced amounts of agricultural chemicals. The shop’s origin lies in the jams made with bitter summer oranges just for the Nikura family. Today, the store offers over 40 types of jams carefully prepared with the best sugars. Featured in numerous television shows and magazines, the shop has also been awarded the Yokosuka City Tourism Association’s Chairperson Award.
  • Kuraya
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yamanouchi 1385-3
    A shop located close to the Kencho-ji Temple and housed inside a remodeled private home dating to the late Edo period. The first floor is a gallery, while the second floor is a restaurant serving ozen meals made with hearty portions of Kamakura-grown vegetables. The shop’s ozen set meals come with such delicious dishes as kenchin-jiru (vegetable and tofu chowder), said to have been invented at the nearby Kencho-ji Temple.
  • Waraku
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yukinoshita 1-6-28
    A chopstick specialty shop located between Komachi-dori Avenue and Wakamiya Oji, which extends from Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. The shop carries over 1,000 varieties of chopsticks and chopstick rests crafted according to traditional craft styles found throughout Japan, including Kamakura-bori carving. Waraku also stocks an abundance of items relating to chopsticks such as chopstick boxes. Based on the belief that chopsticks can be a bridge to the soul and that they tie lives together, Waraku seeks to share the Japanese culture of chopsticks.
  • Toshimaya Okiishi
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-15-5
    This Western confection shop, part of the Toshimaya chain, stands opposite the main Toshimaya shop across Wakamiya Oji and offers seasonal cakes and eclairs. Cakes are sold on the first floor while the second floor is a spacious café. The shop’s unadorned cakes are all equally delicious.
  • Gallery Ya second
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-2-20
  • Teshimaya Kita Kamakura Sta.
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yamanouchi 510-5
  • Teshimaya Hase large the Buddha
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Hase 3-1-6
  • Teshimaya Kajiwara
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Kajiwara 4-1-1
  • Teshimaya Zushi
    Kanagawa Pref. Zushishi Zushi 1-2-7
  • Hotoriya
    15 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Hakone 161-1
    A commercial facility located close to Hakone Port in Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture distinguished by its tiled roof and Japanese modern-style exterior. On the first floor, famous Odawara shops stand side-by-side like an old post station town, a veritable treasure trove of souvenirs and culinary treats. Suzuhiro Kamaboko’s takoyaki-like kamaboko (fish dumplings) are particularly popular and can be enjoyed in the shop’s eat-in space. A meal, sweet, or lovingly-prepared cup of coffee can be enjoyed while gazing at Lake Ashi and Mt. Fuji from the cafes on the second floor.


  • Hakone no Ichi
    11 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Yumoto 707
    A souvenir shop located in Hakone-Yumoto Station which carries a wide variety of Hakone specialty products, including standards like hot spring manju buns, famous local sweets, yosegizaiku wood mosaic items, local goods, and local sakes. The shop also sells products normally only sold at renowned hotels in the area, kamaboko steamed fish paste from a renowned shop in Odawara, and, including seasonally-limited items, some 40 varieties of bento box lunches which can be enjoyed on the Odakyu Electric Railway’s Romance car. Open until 9:00 p.m., visitors to the area are sure to be able to buy a few souvenirs here even after other shops in town have closed.


  • Tagaju
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Yumoto 702
    A local specialty product shop located in front of Hakone-Yumoto Station which carries renowned Hakone wasabi and wasabi products, items from the long-standing Suzuhiro Kamaboko shop in Odawara, and much more. The shop’s most popular item is its chunky, rough-cut wasabi paste. Perfect not only for Japanese food but all manner of meat and fish dishes, many come back to the shop time after time to buy more, and the shop gets a lot of send away orders as well. The shop’s shelves and display cases are lined with a variety of products, like grilled kamaboko fish paste made with a splash of brandy, and wasabi daikon horseradish, and many of the shop’s products can be found no place else.
  • Kikugawa Shoten
    22 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Yumoto 706-17
    This souvenir shop located in front of Hakone-Yumoto Station carries a wide variety of products including specialties and sweets of the Hakone/Odawara area as well as other local merchandise. Their famous product is the Castella-yaki Hakone Manju, a sweet dumpling in which white azuki bean paste is enveloped in sweet castella dough. The Hakone manju corner where a machine at the front of the store churns out fresh-baked sweets is often featured on TV programs. Wooden mosaic works, tsukemono and Odawara’s kamaboko are also best-sellers.

    My husband and I woke up early to explore Hakone but not many places were open for breakfast. (Around 8+ am) Then we spotted this shop with its fancy cake-making machine at the store front and we...

  • Yosegizaiku Uchihara
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Hakone 165
    This is a wooden mosaic specialist on the shore of Lake Ashi in Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture. The famous wooden mosaic of Odawara and Hakone is a turtle shell or checked pattern on a brightly colored wood block, often fashioned onto small items and accessories. Inside they offer a broad range of items from the skilled artisans, from traditional to favorites to more modern works made by young artists. The accessories easy to adapt into everyday life, like the Yosegi Button featured on television, are particular favorites.
  • Hamamatsuya Main Restaurant
    10 Reviews
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Hatajuku 138
    Jinbe Ishikawa invented “yosegi zaiku” (wooden mosaic work), a traditional craft of Hakone and Odawara, and this shop is run by one of his descendants. The artisans combine Edo period technique with modern sensibilities to create original goods. The items in this shop include beautiful and vibrant wooden mosaic art featuring geometric patterns, paintings made with machine saws, and inlaid woodwork with designs etched into the material. In the workshop on the second floor, you can hear the techniques explained and watch demonstrations. Take the bus from Hakone-Yumoto Station and get off at “Honjin-Ato.”

    Our group of 7 family members sought out this shop during our recent stay in the Hakone/Lake Ashi area. One of the tourist buses drops you right off at the shop - you want the Honjin-ato bus stop on...

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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