Bags / Shoes / Other Decorations Spots in Hyogo Area

  • Kung Lung
    5 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Sakaemachidori 2-9-11
    This general goods and souvenir shop is located in “Nankinmachi,” Kobe's Chinatown. It features many China-themed fashion goods. You'll find kung fu uniforms in all sizes, People's Liberation Army uniforms, replica air force helmets, People's Liberation bags, and an assortment of other items that are hard to obtain in Japan. From T-shirts to nunchucks and authentic feng shui goods, this shop is popular with tourists looking for souvenirs. The nearest station is Motomachi Station.


  • Kakimoto Shoten
    3 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Motomachikoukadori 3-217
    A long-standing shoe store located in the Motomachi Koka-dori Shopping Street in Chuo Ward, Kobe City. Specializing in the famous shoe brand Converse, the store is widely known as a mecca for Converse lovers. Although small in size, the shop is packed from floor to ceiling with some 4,000 to 5,000 pairs of shoes. The shop carries many vintage products and rare models only sold for a limited period of time and is accordingly visited by Converse fans not only from across Japan but around the world.


    3 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Higashinada-ku Motoyamakitamachi 3-6-2
    NAIFS is a variety shop, which is popular with women. It sells daily goods and clothes which the owner traveled around the world to purchase. In the shop, it is crowded with colorful items ranging from Asian variety goods including Vietnamese, Thai and Indian to crockery from northern Europe. There is, particularly, a full range of crockery and kitchen items. Some items from overseas are recreated for easy use to suit the Japanese lifestyle. It sells a range of items not only to display and look at but also to be used in daily life. The closest stations are Okamoto Station and Settsu-Motoyama Station.

    地元の方に愛されている老舗の雑貨店でしたよ。 アジア各国から集めた日用品や食器を手ごろな価格で購入できましたよ!!

  • mano
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Nakayamatedori 2-18-11F
    A shop carrying knickknacks from Mexico and other Central and South American countries. The shop is filled with colorful, distinctive knickknacks from Central and South America, such as misanga bracelets, animal statuettes, and crosses painted in eye-catching colors completely unlike anything from European nations. The shop also carries a large number of colorful skeleton and skull decorations connected to Mexico's great Day of the Dead celebration, as well as cute clothing accented with gorgeous Mexican embroidery in flower and other patterns.
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Kitanagasadori 3-11-8 Roggatsu Building 1F
    A brooch themed select boutique. The shop is filled with brooches created by Japanese designers as well as antique brooches from around the world. Here you'll find all manner of broaches, including ceramic, glass, bead, resin, embroidered, and more. The shop's handmade designs are produced by over 40 designers. The shop also sells bags, accessories, dresses, and other apparel which will look perfect with a brooch.
  • Bag Tanaka
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Hinado 390-1
    This bag specialty shop is on National Route 178 in Hinado, Toyooka City. They manufacture and sell more than 20,000 items at reasonable prices including bags for business and casual use, women's bags, travel bags, wallets, and belts. They also sell local sake and souvenirs, and hold hands-on workshops for making items like tote bags.
  • Kaban no Yakata
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Toyooka-shi Kamiyoshidai 12-1
    This bag store is located in Kamiyoshidai, Toyooka City. It has approximately 30,000 bags from Toyooka, boasting Japan's highest production volume, on display and for sale. The store has a variety of bags such as formal bags, ladies' bags, bookbags and bags made with canvas. In the experience workshop, you can experience making miniature bags, triangular coin purses and business card holders (reservation required).
  • Russian goods Irie no Hotori
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Yamamotodori 2-9-15
    Located in Yamamoto-dori in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture is this Russian goods store with its hard to miss, colorfully decorated shop window. Lining the shelves and drawers of this shop are hundreds of different kinds of matryoshka dolls (Russian nesting dolls). Works of art from artists not normally found in Japan are also on sale here. And they sell lots of other items that shopkeepers themselves purchase, such as a diverse range of dishes and kitchen utensils, accessories, old badges, and handicrafts. Medovukha, a Russian honey-based alcoholic beverage and also sold here, is easy to drink even for women who are not regular drinkers.
  • Tofuku Nankin-Machi Main Store
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Sakaemachidori 2-8-9
    A Chinese gift store located in Nankinmachi, the Chinatown of Kobe, handling a wide range of items including souvenirs, as well as kitchen utensils, items and ingredients used for cooking Chinese food. They also sell Chinese food stuff which is hard to get hold of in Japan. Their many varieties of the traditional mooncake are very popular. The blooming tea, which consists of flowers that open when hot water is poured on to them, is also extremely popular. The store has a similar feel to a large supermarket and is easy for tourists to wander around. The nearest station is Motomachi Station.
  • Rollo
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Kitanagasadori 3-12-71F
    Rollo is a handicraft store located on Kitanagasa-dori Street in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, which mainly sells European antique buttons from 1950 to the 1970’s. The shop is an amalgamation of the fabric store RolloStock and the handicraft store gor, which coincided with a move in February 2017. If you love handmade goods then this is the shop for you with lots of colorful buttons that look like sweets, fabrics, charms, and ribbons, etc.
  • minima
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Kitanagasadori 3-12-8 Assigned building 1F
    Minima is located about six minutes on foot from JR Motomachi Station. This is a select shop for girls in Kobe Torwest. The store has a stylish white exterior surrounded by many trees, and many women who like the cute items come to visit. The shop sells cute clothes and there are also miscellaneous goods selected from Japan and overseas. There are a lot of possibilities for mixing and matching among this clothing, and there is also such as minima original clothing and accessories to match. Accessories such as blouses and earrings with graphic designs which cannot be ignored are very popular.
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Sakaemachidori 2- 2- Nitto Bldg. 1F
    TANDEY is a bag brand which began in Kobe and has become popular based on the concept of “a simple bag which can be used for a long time”. The appeal with these bags is that you can custom order a bag to your liking while discussing such things as the color, lining of the canvas or leather and the design. Their bags which are carefully cut and sewn piece by piece by the craftsperson are articles of rare beauty, the charm of which increases with use. It is also popular as a souvenir of Kobe. The nearest station is Motomachi Station.
  • Jewelry Showbi
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Kitanagasadori 2-4-1
    A jewelry store right next to Hankyu Sannnomiya Station, you can find original and order-made gems at this popular shop. Because overseas manufacturers are part of the group, you'll find many accessories with rare designs that you won't see elsewhere in the country. With a host of fresh, unique, and affordable designs, even connoisseurs will find something to satisfy them. The order-made wedding rings are especially popular.
  • De La Nature
    Style / Fashion
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Sakaemachidori 2-1-1
    This general goods store is on Sakaemachi-dori Street in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture. It is well-known among locals who like variety shops, and it is filled with a variety of goods that the owner bought in France and other European countries. Several items only have one copy available. From kitchenware to utensils, toiletries, foliage plants, buttons, and more, you’ll find plenty of items meant to help create a natural and comfortable environment. The stylish “Marche baskets,” designed in France and produced in Morocco, are one of the shop’s standard items and come in many colors and designs.
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Kaigandori 3-1-5 Coast Building 1F
    This boutique is located on the first floor of the “Kaigan Building,” which was built in the Meiji period and has been designated a “Registered Tangible Cultural Property.” It operates on the theme “Live in Kobe in ‘interior art mode’ with your family or significant other.” There are many unique and refined items created by European designers available. In addition to accessories, utensils, and other general goods, there’s clothing as well. The nearest station is Motomachi Station.
  • clueto
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Sakaemachi Dori 3-2-2
    A boutique in Sakaemachi, lined with unique variety shops and cafes and packed with Kobe charm. This store sells original canvas and linen bags, leather goods, and more. Items are made of high-quality natural materials such as Tochigi leather and Kurashiki canvas. The more you use them, the better they'll feel when worn, eventually transforming into perfect fitting one-of-a-kind pieces. Their simple tote bags and Kurashiki canvas 2-way backpacks have appeared in movies and on television.
  • Moriyama Glassware Co., Ltd.
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Kotonoochou 2-2-7
    A specialty store dealing in top-of-the-line tableware preferred by chefs worldwide. It is across from the railroad tracks about a five-minute walk from Sannomiya Station. The glassware company puts its 50 years of experience to use in pieces that exemplify the appeal and possibilities of the Moriyama brand. The simple yet bold designs of their work can be found at famous hotels and restaurants internationally as well as in Japan.
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Motomachidori 2-1-13
    This variety store is run by Roushouki, the famous pork bun shop. It's across from Nankinmachi Square. They sell original merchandise featuring pig and panda motifs. In China, South Korea, and Taiwan, pigs are auspicious animals that are considered symbols of wealth. The shop's gold pig piggy banks come in small, medium, and large sizes; they make the ideal Nankinmachi souvenir. In addition to yellow pigs that are said to bring luck with money, they have peach-colored pigs said to bring luck in love and blue pigs that improve luck overall. There are many items you'll only find there, like their girl Moon Dragon Kewpie dolls wearing cheongsam and their boy Roushouki Kewpie dolls in changshan.
  • maRe maRe DAILY MAKRET Harborland umie Mosaic Store
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Higashikawasakicho 1-6-1
    "A shoe shop in Kobe Harborland Umie, a city landmark. ""Mare"" means ""sea"" in Italian. They sell items that go along with their concept of ""wearing different shoes every day."" The Kobe port town brand shoes are known for being so comfortable you'll feel as though you're walking in nature wherever you are. Other items besides sneakers include pumps, sandals, and boots that will fit your mood or coordinate with your outfit on any particular day."
    Style / Fashion
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Kitanagasa-dori 2-30-69
    An imported shoe shop at Piazza kobe, an underpass shopping street in Sannomiya, Kobe. The shop looks chic from the outside and sells a selection of fashionable shoes that you'll only find there. They're known for their wide variety of unique items such as the GIANNI DEL PRETE Italian shoe brand and the Portuguese brand Perlato. There is also an array of accessories such as pouches and bags that go with the shoes.

Hyogo Areas


Hyogo prefecture stretches from the north coast to the south coast on the western end of the popular Kansai region, encompassing verdant mountains, urban beaches, and fantastic historical sights. The prefecture's main attractions lie along the south coast at Kobe, the prefectural capital, a pretty harbor city best known for its production of the renowned Kobe beef, and Himeji, the home of Himeji Castle, one of the country's most beautifully preserved feudal castles, perched magically atop a hill.

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