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Tsunenari

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2-14-20 Hase, Kamakura 248-0016 Kanagawa Prefecture
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Kamakura Rickshaw Tour

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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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fizzylicious wrote a review Dec 2019
Christchurch, New Zealand107 contributions8 helpful votes
This shop stands out. I looked up and down the whole street before returning here and buying yoseki the Japanese marquetry. I feel I am buying heirlooms for family and friends back home and in addition supporting the artists who have perfected their crafts. The lady who assisted me was utterly charming and showed me video of the work being done by Japanese artisans. おみやげにとてもまんぞくしています。  
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Date of experience: December 2019
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MeeRooGuy wrote a review Aug 2017
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We found Tsunenari on our way back from the Great Buddha. We were looking for something "Japanese" to take home and found it to be the perfect place. You won't even notice that it's a shop until you go inside. We bought several paper fans and chopsticks to take home to family and friends. My wife bought a necklace made of local Kamakura seashells and a hand-crafted wooden ring. I got some Japanese sandals and a couple of paper (washi) wallets. The staff were all very nice and provided us with English brochures of some of the items at the store. A great stop for those wanting Japanese souvenirs. It's about halfway between the Great Buddha and Hase Station.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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