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Confectioner Yokocho, Kawagoe
(3.1/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Lose yourself in the Japanese penny candy lane in Confectioner Yokocho, a traditional center of cheap candies and snack foods known as "dagashi." Let your mouth water as you see lollipops, gooey sticks, sweet potato snacks, and roasted rice dumplings, all displayed inside and outside old-style shops. Visitors of all ages can find something in this true, multicolored dagashi paradise of about a dozen antique wooden stores. Browse through multitudes of traditional cheap Japanese candies in Kawagoe, around an hour ride from Tokyo, or 30 minutes from Ikebukuro station to Kawagoe station. Using our world travel planner, Kawagoe attractions like Confectioner Yokocho can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Is little humungous should stop going to the kawagoe can enjoy scenery of the Catapult will be bought with nostalgia, nostalgia and sell candy Japan lined with pastry shop in number of stores.
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  • Children like to go the temple tried to go sightseeing. Well written reviews of other people was a little disappointing, because Monday was a holiday shop, you will be. I wanted to see all the shops. Tension has been raised from adult children, looking at Candy Mountain! In a pickle shop, know what to name articles. Shop filled with nostalgia and sweets as well as played with old toys and play equipment, children were happy. Took Monday off if you choose the day so I thought I saw all shops are good.
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  • Warehouse District off toward the West side, 20 sweet shop of the round I and lined. Big wheat gluten also saw in this street. And sold small dolls made from Ginkgo nuts only one shop, bought a tiger to celebrate, I went back.
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