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TENMONKAN

Tenmonkan, in downtown Kagoshima, is the number one shopping area in the southern Kyushu region.
The Tenmonkan shopping arcade has a roof cover to provide shade from the sun and also volcanic ash from Mount Sakurajima.
There are retail stores, boutiques, restaurants selling traditional Kagoshima food, café, and so on, lining the arcade. >>

Main streets in Tenmonkan

Yamakataya Department Store

Yamakataya

Yamakataya
The oldest department store in the area where you can buy everything from goods by the world's luxury brands, cosmetics and prepared food. It prides itself on providing a large selection that would meet the needs of any generation.



Dolphin-port

Dolphin Port

Dolphin Port
A place for eating and amusement situated in the waterfront with a view of Sakurajima and Kinko Bay. It is packed full of fun unique to Kagoshima including restaurants and cafe' s serving dishes made from local ingredients, local specialty goods and craft shops, and amusement facilities. >>


Kagoshima Brand Shop

Kagoshima Brand Shop

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The Kagoshima Brand Shop carries about 1,600 special local food products such as Shochu liquor and confectionery, and traditional handicrafts. >>


Amu Plaza Kagoshima
Amu Plaza Kagoshima

Amu Plaza Kagoshima
Kyushu's largest station building adjacent to JR Kagoshima Chuo Station.
There is a giant 60-meter diameter Ferris Wheel "Amuran"on the rooftop where you can have a panoramic view of the city of Kagoshima as well as Sakurajima, Kinko Bay and the city lights at night. >>

Frespo Jungle Park
Frespo Jungle Park

A shopping mall containing a cinema, games arcade and restaurants situated in the Yojiro district near Kinko Bay. >>

Opsia Misumi
Opsia Misumi

A large commercial establishment, consisting of clothing, sports goods, cosmetics and pharmacy shops. There is a concentration of major home appliance outlets nearby. >>

AEON
AEON

AEON
AEON consists of 205 shops including fashion boutiques, sundry shops and restaurants, food mall and food court. >>

Home Appliance Outlet
Home Appliance Outlet

Home appliance outlets, which originated in Akihabara, Tokyo and Nipponbashi, Osaka, are competing with one another all over Japan now. Various home appliances such as audio equipment, PCs and cell phones are sold inside the spacious shops.





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