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usually, leave the station on the ocean side where you catch the streetcar. Nice walk with lots of unique shops. You can get a craft beer in some places and actually walk around with it, good luck finding a place to dump it though!
Komachi Street starts adjacent to the Kamakura rail station and will head towards the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. It is a nice shopping street that has many interesting shops (for locals and visitors). The merchandise varies from cheap souvenirs to expensive luxury items. There are many...More
We strolled down this street for about an hour. There are lots of interesting shops and restaurants. We found this street had less traditional tourist shops and more interesting shops. There were also lots of restaurants to chose from.
The street hosts many different restaurants and shops. From specialty shops with high quality goods to street food and souvenirs. Many restaurants among the street as well as dessert and ice cream shops.
Stroll through the street, window shopping and crowd watching as they stroll through the street window shopping and watching you. Grab a few bargains and choose a nice place to eat. The choice is varied and the quality is great. An easy way to spend...More
I grew up here. Used to be my backyard but every year I come back、 I find new places. Walking off the main street and explore the side street is fun too. So many stuff to see and some houses are beautiful around there. If...More
Walk to tsurugaoka machimangu is less than 10 minutes from kamakura station but taking komachi street, it took much longer for us. This street is packed with shops. Can't ignore the shops selling snacks from rice crackers to sausages. Wash down food with green tea...More