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Go to Deep Culture Street “Yokohamabashi Shopping Street”! (Part 2)

Yokohama Deep Culture Street
There is a "road" that you want to peep and walk.
deep culture street
To the place I've always wanted to go after hearing rumors.
"Yokohama is interesting!" There should be such a discovery here.

LET'S GO Yokohamabashi Shopping Street!! (Part 2)
2 minutes walk from Municipal Subway "Bandobashi Station" or "Yokohamabashi" and "Miyoshibashi" bus stops.

"Come over to my sister!" "This is delicious!" … How many people did you say just by walking around? Introducing one of them, "Yokohamabashi-dori Shopping Street"! Part 2!!

An arcade with a total length of about 350 meters.


"Hashizume Fruits" said, "I have delicious fruits, so check them out!"



This fruit and vegetable store has been in business for over 100 years, and is now run by the fourth generation. On the day of our interview, we were approached by Ms. Fumiko Takahashi, the older sister of the 4th generation president and the store manager. Many seasonal fruits are lined up in front of the store, telling the whole shopping street that the new season has arrived. However, what surprised me was that, although it has nothing to do with Deep Street, Fumiko's skin is light pink and smooth, probably because she eats a lot of vitamin-rich fruits!!

Across the street is a police box that watches over the safety of the shopping district. The whole street is really one town!

This is also a great restaurant for wives who think about the dinner menu!


The motto is "no cutting corners"! Boiled potatoes, which are indispensable in Japanese cuisine, look delicious and delicious ~

This shopping street has not only kimchi shops (check the first part !), but also many flower shops. (Honestly, I was surprised by the number!)

One of them, “Hanamirai,” has a wide range of foliage plants recommended for interior decoration. We also sell flower pots and gardening supplies.


Kuniko Baba, the wife of the president of "Hanamirai", is also a nice and kind person!


The medaka that the customer brought is also at the storefront. "Recently, elementary school students have stopped by the medaka, and we've had more conversations," he said happily. Wow! It's been a while since I've seen it, but there are lots of small killifish swimming around!


"Barber Yukawa". There are also barbershops that help you maintain your appearance. A gentleman who is a regular customer is wearing a beard sled.

Attracted by the energetic voice of "I'll be there!", I headed to "Yaoka" who sells fresh vegetables. It is said that it has also been established for nearly 100 years.


It is now run by the third generation, Mr. Naomichi Taoka. “Customers ask me, 'What do you recommend today? While choosing vegetables, it is a sight unique to the shopping district that flowers bloom in conversation between customers and shop staff.


They also sell broad beans, a seasonal ingredient, and burdock root that can be used as is for cooking!

If you walk further, a cute person will be watching the store at the storefront!


This is Leo, a toy poodle (6 years old), who is the mascot dog of Asami, a hardware store that sells futons, sheets, hot pots, and slippers. You work hard every day, Leo, do your best~~!!


On this side street, there is also the "Yokohamabashi Market" where kimchi shops and butchers are lined up. In this unique atmosphere, I'm excited to meet delicious things!


"Where is that shop?" Anyway, there are many shops, so information boards are also provided. We were very grateful to our interview team who visited us for the first time~!

Mmmm...!? Something is lively... I can hear chatter and loud laughter. "Where are you from??" I was invited to enter the shop by that happy voice!

"Tachinomi Nissho" where you can drink alcohol from 9:00 in the morning. The fresh fruit sour is popular because it is an affiliated store of the neighboring greengrocer "Nissho".


By 3:00 pm, the store was already bustling with people! Because it's a small store, it's attractive that customers who don't know each other can make friends. “I come here once a week!” said the man in the foreground, telling me about the appeal of this store. I was so drunk~ (I wanted to join...lol)


You might think it's a bicycle shop, but when you walk in, you'll smell the smell of coffee beans. It is recommended for taking a break in between shopping.


At the counter is Yoshinori Tanaka, the store manager. The coffee that was carefully brewed by hand drip is 250 yen per cup! It's too cheap ♡

……The second half was also full of wonderful encounters! Looking for ingredients for dinner, looking for a chat with the people at the store, I want to go there. I once again felt the charm of the "shopping street", thinking that it would be nice if there was a place like this near my house. What kind of road in Yokohama should I walk next?

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