Many flagship department stores such as Mitsukoshi, Takashimaya, Wako, and even Harrod's have shops located here.
All kinds of restaurants, ranging from European, Japanese, Chinese cuisine to Convenience Store Lunches and "Food Court" fast food are here.
Assorted Souvenier shops, Sundries Kiosks and Starbucks are here.
Website is in Japanese, but the links are all visual IPIX or photos of the shopping centre.
One of many, many department stores in the area, this particular one is located underground from East Side of JR Kawasaki Stn. There is a large collection of shops and restaurants, and in the central promenade are weekly events such as clearance sales, specialty food fairs, and the occasional "Enka" free promenade concert.
Hours of operation are generally from 10am to 9pm for shops, 11am to 10 pm for restaurants.
All East Side bus terminals are accessed from here.
Newly opened in Autumn 2002 (2nd stage was opened Autumn 2003), the architecture has a sort of Middle Ages Renaissance Meditterranean Village ambience.
Nice restaurants, gift and specialty shops, cinema village, live house, you may even plan to have a wedding is this picturesque area!
What to buy: Many posh shops for fashion, music, interior living. The more unusual stores feature a professional fishing gear shop, a guitar shop with professional and custom quality gear, a shop with vintage model cars, etc.
"Shotengai" = a collection of mostly mom-and-pop shops and restaurants lining a (sometimes) covered pedestrian walkway.
This sort of shopping centre is the most traditional and old-fashioned style.