6 Cafes And Dessert Shops You’ll Definitely Want to Go To in Kamakura ♡

While Kamakura is famous for its temples, it's also a great spot for visiting cafes! In this article, we'll introduce you to several cute and delicious dessert shops and cafes, from your standard to hidden gems. We hope this article is helpful! ♪

Our 6 Recommended Sweets and Cafe

There are many cute cafes and dessert shops in Kamakura. Here are the 6 shops we recommend! Please take a look ♪

Sakura no Yumemiya

This is a popular dango dessert shop on Komachi Walk. There are rows of cute and colourful dango laid out. They’re reasonably priced and easy to eat, so they’re perfect for walking around! If you’re ever on Komachi Walk please stop by!

Business Hours 10:00~18:00
Address 2-7-34 Komachi, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Telephone 0467‐25‐3815
Price From 999 yen


Floresta Kamakura

The doughnuts made at Floresta Kamakura are carefully handmade one by one in the shop. From classic doughnuts to cute animal-shaped ones, just looking at the display case is exciting ♪. It’s takeout only, so we recommend getting your doughnuts to take out and eating them while looking out at sea!

Business Hours 11:00~18:00
Address 1-3-4 Komachi, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture 248-0006
Telephone 0467‐73‐7371
Price From 999 yen (takeout only)


Mont Blanc Stand

This shop specialises in Mont Blanc, which is said to have a shelf life of less than two hours. They make it right in front of you when you order, so you can enjoy it fresh! The taste of the Mont Blanc in combination with the texture of the crumbly meringue hidden underneath is exquisite. ♪

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Business Hours 10:00~17:00
Address 1-1-12 Omachi, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Telephone 0467‐33‐4677
Price From 999 yen (Mont Blanc 600 yen)


This is a Bubble Tea shop with a cute squirrel logo. It has two branches; one in front of Kamakura station and the other in Hase. Not only do the drinks look cute, but their handmade tapioca, made without colouring agents or additives, is superb!

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Business Hours 9:00~19:00 
Address 1-5-27 Komachi, Cattleya Building 1F, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Telephone Private
Price From 1000 yen


Kissa Minka

There are many attractive cafes at Kita-Kamakura Station, which is next to Kamakura Station.  Among them, the cafe Minka in the mountains is an old folk house cafe, and the calm atmosphere is attractive.  Rich homemade pudding is recommended!


There are many charming cafes in Kita-Kamakura station, the station after Kamakura station. Among them, Cafe Minka, located in the mountains, is a cafe in a traditional house with a relaxed atmosphere. We recommend you try their rich homemade pudding!

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Business Hours 11:30~17:30
Address Yamanouchi, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture 247-0062
Telephone 0467‐50‐0221
Price 1000 yen-1999 yen



Last but not least is Yoridocoro. It is a teishoku-ya (restaurant offering set-meals), serving excellent fried fish, whose main concept is “exploring the everyday life of Kamakura”. Their food has a gentle flavour that will soothe the mind.

Business Hours 9:00~16:00
Address 1-13-10 Komachi, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture 248-0006
Telephone 0467-60-6170 (Lenbai Market Store) / 0467-40-5737 (Main Store)
Price 1000 yen – 1999 yen


What did you think? When we think of Kamakura, we tend to think of temples and things along that line, but there are also many wonderful cafes and dessert shops. All of them are Instagram worthy, so you’re bound to have a memorable time! Why not go and visit! ♪


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