Wakamatsu-Kawada: Retail
Bingoya: Wakamatsu-Kawada
Wakamatsu-Kawada / Retail
Open 10am-7pm. Closed Mondays.

The main draw at this long-running folk craft store is probably their extensive selection of pottery - dishes, bowls and other tableware in various styles and price ranges - as well as a smaller selection of bamboo and lacquerware for the table.

The upper two floors of the five-level shop specialize in clothing and textiles, including blouses, shirts, scarves and work clothes, tablecloths and cushions, and fabrics and threads. Traditional toys and dolls and a range of paper crafts round out the collection.

The shop is closed on Mondays and various irregular holidays, so check their website before you make the trip.

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1 minute from Wakamatsu-Kawada (Oedo line)
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