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Shop Tabi-ji Kamakura Hase

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1-14-19 Hase B2, Kamakura 248-0016 Kanagawa Prefecture
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The staff, with a rich knowledge of the city, will help make a special memory for your trip. We will take you to see interesting things you would not find in guidebooks or on websites. The rickshaw's speed is faster than walking but slower than cycling, which makes it a comfortable, wonderful ride. Enjoy Japanese history, traditions, and the seasonal beauties from a rickshaw with our staff's omotenashi (hospitality).
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Russell R wrote a review Apr 2017
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This shop is on the way to see the great Buddha. Tabi are traditional Japanese socks that separate the big toe from the rest of the toes. They specialize in a outdoor shoe in the style of a tabi. They can be wore outdoors as they have a thin layer sewn on the sole. They allow for the feet's natural movement by separating the toes. My wife and I visited this shop on the way to see the great Buddha. It is a unique little store that specializes in Tabi socks and footwear. My wife bought a pair of footwear with rubber soles. The look a lot like shoes but separate the big toe from the rest of your toes. She claimed they felt so natural almost like being barefoot. She purchased some that were designed by an Okinawan Artist. They were colorful to say the least. The shop manager was very friendly and helpful. The manager did speak Japanese as well as English.
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