Nakamise is a shopping street which extends for about 150 meters from the main gate of the Heiken-ji temple. Tankiri candy is also called Tontoko candy or Sarashi candy, and it is a hard candy made by mixing soybeans, sesame seeds and ginger. Moreover, it is said to have the ability to alleviate colds.More details
Food Tour in Kawasaki!!!
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Tankiri candy (Sarashi candy) of Kawasakidaisi became very popular because of its old-style taste and the rhythmical sound which comes out on its process of cutting the candy in pieces. There are as many as six candy stores along the Nakamise of Kawasakidaishi which stretches for about 150 meters in front of the temple. After walking along the Nakamise and watching the candy making performance in Nakamise Grilled beef is waiting for you in Korean town in Kawasaki.Add to trip planner 27
There a lot of yakiniku restaurants and korean grocery stores in Korean Town. It is called "cement street" and loved by locals. (Quoted from Kawasaki City Tourist Association website). Nightlife In this part of Korean Town, retro and unpretentious BBQ restaurants line the street. Each restaurant shines with its select and uncomparable taste. Nightlife in KanagawaMore details
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza is a large-scale commercial facility directly connected to JR Kawasaki Station West exit that has about 300 speciality shops for fashion and gourmet, as well as a cinema and gym. There are a variety of shops that offer fast fashion, household electric appliances, household goods, a supermarket, as well as spaces where you can enjoy Japanese snacks and fresh dishes. You wil...More details
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Miyoshino Confectionery (Mukogaoka-Yuen, Kawasaki) - Traditional Japanese Confectionery Making Workshop