Kagoshima’s No. 1 commercial district with its gigantic shopping arcade

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The street was named after the Tenmonkan Observatory (also known as Meijikan) which helped develop astronomy and almanacs during the Edo Era. Currently now known as Kagoshima’s premier shopping district, visitors can enjoy shopping and dining. There are plenty of restaurants which serve shochu and the famous Kagoshima delicacy of kurobuta (pork) shabu-shabu. In addition, choosing souvenirs isn’t too difficult here.
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14 Higashisengokucho, Kagoshima
(099) 216-1327

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