Kamakura Farmers' Market


Dec 8, 2016

It doesn’t get any more local than this. The Kamakura Farmers' Market (Renbai) is filled with locals out for their weekly groceries.

Even from the outside, you can sense a certain character to the place, molded over the decades since its opening in the 1920s.

Business starts early for the market, bustling with locals looking for the freshest and the best produce – sold to them directly from the farmers themselves. After all, the early bird catches the worm!

By afternoon, most of the good stuff would have be sold, so do come early. And if shopping at a market is not your thing, you can always chill at one of the nearby cafés while waiting for your friends and family.

Doesn’t it sound great? What are you waiting for? Hurry on over!





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