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Lots of restaurants and places to eat, just off the "main drag". Art galleries and souvenir shops round out the venue. It's convenient if you're in Karuizawa on Ginza street, but I wouldn't go out of my way to go there.
We went during the low season where half the shops were closed for winter. Quiet street to spend an hour or two. Try walking further in beyond the shops for a scenic walk into the ‘wood’. Try the cafe and local bakery. Local shops with...More
Church Street is one of the most modern building on Kyu-Karuizawa street with outlets selling chocolates, jams, souvenirs, food, etc. We were just browsing around and found a jam shop selling many different type of jams. When we asked, whats the best seller, the person...More
Hip and modern design, this strip is only for foot travelers. We enjoyed the Italian restaurant for lunch and looking around the quaint "Cowboys and Indians" shop. There's a historic Catholic church at the end of the street which is well worth the time to...More
Church Street is one of the nicest buildings in Kyu-Karuizawa Ginza, about 15-20 minutes walk from Karuizawa Train Station. You won't miss it once you are on the main street of Kyu-Karuizawa (old Karuizawa).
If you lose your way, like I did, to St. Paul's...More
Cute, quaint, but only slightly more interesting than any other street with souvenir shops. Not bad but not over-the-top thrilling. Second floor has a restaurant where you can eat with your dog (if that's important to you).
We were there last year in April, we went there with my old friends reunion party in our friends villa. The japanese food are very special & yummy also the shops there very interesting goods you can buy.