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Kawasaki Daishi Nakamise-dori Stree

Kawasaki Daishi Nakamise-dori Stree

Stretching about 200 meters just right outside the main gate of Kawasaki Daishi temple, there is an age-old traditional rock sweets shop, an arrowroot dessert parlor, and a lucky pot-bellied Daruma doll merchants that's a sight; “oh, can you hear the rhythmical beats being pounded out on the taiko?”

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Rock sweet chopping mannequin

Rock sweet chopping mannequin

Gaze as our shops mannequins chop out chunks of rock sweets right before your eyes.

Wind chime bazaar

Wind chime bazaar

Every July we host a wind chime bazaar, where wind chimes from all around the country compete in magical song.

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Lucky pot-bellied Daruma dolls

Lucky pot-bellied Daruma dolls

Buy a fortune souvenir or even a pot-bellied Dharma doll and become that lucky person you've always wanted to be. Pop in and choose from hundreds of our Daruma dolls....cross your fingers!

Rock sweets

Rock sweets

You can hear the whack,thwack rhythms coming from this shop and it's a welcoming sound. Rock sweets are the arcade's beloved symbol. Press it between fingers and then pop it in your mouth! Mmmmm, delicious!

Kuzu mochi

Kuzu mochi

In the vicinity of the arcade about 10 shops line the street, and Kuzu mochi is Kawasaki Daishi's icon. Thinly sliced slabs of arrowroot rice cake, soy flour, and molasses never tasted so lovely.

Hand broiled rice crackers

Hand broiled rice crackers

We take every detailed step of our rice cracker broiling and soy sauce basting very seriously. As our special sauce seeps over the toasty rice cake, your taste buds will go into a state of shock.

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Hisashihisashimochi sundae

Hisashihisashimochi sundae

The “ladies' favorite” on arcade avenue would have to be the special Kuzu mochi sundae. Served in a regular cone cup, the harmony of soft serve ice cream in a rich flavor, arrowroot rice cake, and molasses topping is irresistible.

Tempura

Tempura

You'll be sorry if you don't drop by. Tempura is synonymous with sushi in Japan, we use the most premium class of sesame frying oil, and all of our fish are caught fresh daily in the Tokyo bay (Edo mae).

Japanese soba noodles

Japanese soba noodles

Generations old soba noodle restaurants dot the vicinity of Kawasaki Daishi temple. A taste only a master craftsman can achieve and an absolutely perfect balance of buckwheat aroma and noodles you can sink your teeth into.

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