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Yamato Station Antique Market. Over 200 vendors sell Japanese ceramics, art, kimonos, kokeshi (vintage dolls), instruments, jewlery, handmade items, plus much more.
Dobuita is one of the famous Yokosuka scenes that I enjoy visiting every now and then because it is completely different during day and night
Yokohama Chinatown is the largest Chinatown in Japan and a must place to visit in Yokohama
Find lovely traditional Japanese hand towels at two Yokohama souvenir shops.
Are you interested in Samurai swords? Sankai-do is a sword shop that has been operating for more than 100 years in Kamakura. It is located right in front of Daibutsu.
Kamakura's "Shato" specializes in washi and other paper items, such as stationery, elaborate envelopes for presenting monetary gifts, hand fans, and paper dolls.
Azalea is a huge underground shopping mall that runs below much of the commercial area of Kawasaki City, and includes underground tunnels running directly to many of the major buildings and train stations in the area.