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I live in Japan and travel a lot domestically. Komachidori is by far one of the best shopping streets I have visited. I've been there many times, and it never disappoints. You can get SO MANY great gifts and souvenirs on that street.
A great day here in Kamakura, the wee shops & restaurants were just wonderful, we bought most of our gifts for home from here. Food in restaurants were also gorgeous, its said to be a smaller version of Kyoto & was just wonderful
I have lived in Kamakura for quite some time, so I end up going down to Komachidori once every few months or so. It never ceases to amaze me how crowded that street can get on weekends...or any day for that matter. Although crowded, it...More
Yes, it was full of tourists during cherry blossoms season; but that's part of the energy and charm. This street has store fronts on both sides, often packed with people but manageable.
We found silk scarfs, all kinds of food to sample, souvenirs shopping to...More
Really enjoyed our visit to Kamakura, there were plenty of souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants on this street. We spent half a day here including lunch. There were a lot of gift items featuring the shiba inu and we went crazy snapping up cute gifts...More
This long shopping street full of enticing cafes, restaurants, craft and souviners shops is must visit place. Just off the main road and parallel to it this street runs from the station square right up toward the main shine. Busy and full of life.
I have not walked up and down this street at least twice on two different trips. I just love it. Love the shops, food, nick Naks, watching people in the Japanese Kimonos. Beautiful and you remember why Japan is such a traditional country.